You probably forgot that Amazon once offered a OneDrive competitor, but the service, called Amazon Drive, is ending next year so that Amazon can focus its consumer cloud storage offerings on photos and personal videos.
“Over the last 11 years, Amazon Drive has served as a secure cloud storage service for Amazon customers to back up their files,” an Amazon email to customers notes. “On December 31, 2023, we will no longer support Amazon Drive to more fully focus our efforts on photos and video storage with Amazon Photos. We will continue to provide customers the ability to safely back up, share, and organize photos and videos with Amazon Photos.”
Customers who still use Amazon Drive—which I believe was once called Amazon Cloud Drive, based on this 2015 write-up—will need to download their files from the Amazon Drive website before December 31, 2023. The service will work normally until January 31, 2023, at which point customers will be able to view existing files but not upload new files.
Amazon notes that customers can continue to use Amazon Photos to back up and store their personal photos and videos. Apps are available for iOS, Android, and Desktop, and Amazon Prime members get free, unlimited full-resolution photo storage and 5 GB of video storage. (Non-Prime members get 5 GB of free storage for photos and videos.)