Amid all the debate around cloud services from Amazon, Google, Sony and Apple, it’s easy to forget that RealNetworks announced its own cloud plans some time ago with its Unifi service. It was due to launch earlier this year, but then things went rather quiet. Well, Unifi has launched now, albeit only in one country – Germany – with mobile operator Vodafone. The service gathers users’ music, video and photos to make them accessible to a range of devices, including computers, iPhones and Android devices. “Real’s direct-to-consumer product was delayed by one quarter in order to ensure a successful launch with Vodafone,” spokesperson Barbara Krause tells the Seattle Times. Vodafone Germany is charging £2.99 a month for 10GB of storage (around $4.35), with 30GB costing £4.99 and 70GB costing £9.99.

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