The Carbon Backup app has finally arrived on the Google Play Store. The app was previously available in several Beta versions and now a stable version for the Android OS running devices has been rolled out by the Company.
Carbon Backup app enables an Android user to store his backup data on the Micro SD card attached to his device or on the PC. However, the premium version of the backup app allows the user to store his backup data in cloud services such as Google Drive, Dropbox and Box. A user can even schedule his backup in an automatic way and even synchronise the data to Android devices with the premium version of the Cloud Backup app.
Android users can download the Carbon app for backup from the Google Play store choosing between the two available versions. The first version is the ad-supported one that is available free for download whereas the premium version of the backup app is available with a price tag of $4.99 and does not feature any ads.
However, the backup app is not available for Motorola devices due to the presence of a bug that breaks up the mechanism of the backup.
For those who do not know about the Carbon app, the Backup app is a product that came into the market as a result of dedicated hard work of an individual named Koushik Dutta. The same man is responsible for the development of the ClockworkMod Recovery app along with some other apps to his name.