Free Lifetime Backup for Gmail, Facebook, Twitter

by on January 31, 2010
in Internet, Web 2.0

backupify-logoWe have always looked for the best backup tools and services as none of us would like to lose our data. Social networks and other websites don’t offer any kind of backup tools to save our data – but that’s where Backupify comes in!

Backupify is an online backup service that backs up all your online accounts in one place i.e Amazon Cloud Service. You can use Backupify’s free Amazon account or store your data in your own S3.

You have data locked up in Gmail, Facebook, Twitter, Google Docs, Basecamp, and all the other online services you use.


Backupify is not just about backup, it is about controlling your data yourself instead of having it stored in hundreds of services all around the web.

Here are the services that Backupify supports at the moment:

  • Flickr
  • Twitter
  • Google Docs
  • Photobucket
  • WordPress
  • Delicious
  • Zoho

Services that are yet in beta now include:

  • Gmail
  • Facebook
  • Hotmail
  • Blogger
  • FriendFeed

Other online services like YouTube, Tumblr, RSSFeed etc. coming soon.

Is It Secure? Yes, it sure is! Security is their highest priority. They use Amazon’s data center because of the security features they offer. Backupify’s system was designed by top security experts who previously worked on sensitive data systems like billing software.

Backupify is offering these services completely free for new users for a limited time. This offer ends on January 31 (TODAY!).

Get your Backupify account now!

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  • hafeezcentre

    That's great. Cool resource. Thanks.

  • holy cow

  • Anonymous

    Thanks a lot for a bunch of good tips. This service looks good – at first glance. I have read your privacy statement, and – if I’m reading wrong – it seems that do not encrypt their data, but stored as text / XML.