Syncplicity , a startup who entered the crowded market of online storage and file synchronization service providers last April , has raised $2.35 million in Series A funding from True Ventures and other private investors, including technology industry veteran Frank Marshall . The announcement comes almost 10 months after the company raised $250,000 in seed funding from relatives, friends and some angel investors. Like a plethora of at-least similar services, you can use Syncplicity to store, share, backup and synchronize files from your computer onto the cloud. Syncplicity will remain in beta for now and offers a free account for anyone signing up, which includes 2GB and 2 computers to sync. Also, for every friend you invite you get an extra 100MB in storage in your account up to an additional 3GB.