Necessity of combining all cloud storage
Compared with traditional local storage, cloud service seems more convenient. Knowing that wherever you are, you can access all cloud storage from any computer, tablet or smart phone as long as there’s Internet available. As more and more clouds come into the market, more and more people choose to employ multiple services because it’s possible to get a considerable amount of free storage if sign up to several of them. Having a lot of free space is great, but navigating to different sites for management is not that easy. Fortunately, MultCloud simplifies the process.
How to access all cloud storage in one place with MultCloud
MultCloud is a web app that enables you to manage multiple cloud services just from this single site so there’s no necessity to install other sorts of software on devices, which generally makes better use of storage facilities, too. Here you’re able to preview documents, transfer files across cloud services, upload and download files, share to your friends, etc.
In order to access all cloud storage in one place successfully, what you need is only a MultCloud account. Anyway, you’re also allowed to experience without signing up.
There have been more than 20 clouds supported: Dropbox, Evernote, Flickr, Amazon Cloud Drive, Amazon S3, WebDav, Google Drive, Box, SugarSync, OneDrive, CloudMe, Cubby, MyDrive, WEB.DE, Yandex, Hidrive, BaiDu, MediaFire, ownCloud, Alfresco, ADrive, Hubic, MySQL, MEGA and FTP/SFTP. Any one mentioned above can be added in MultCloud.
The fastest way to move documents among them is to drag the target file then drop it to another while you can select “Copy” or “Copy to” option through contextmenu as well.
What’s more, MultCloud realizes scheduled file copy even after computer turn off.
MultCloud has Cloud Sync function now. There are eight ways to help you sync between two cloud services.
Don’t worry about data safety
When MultCloud helps you access all your clouds with one login successfully, it ensures data safety at the same time. MultCloud uses 256-bit encryption in data transmission and the authorization system is based on OAuth which is a standard authorization framework that enables third-party applications to access some cloud accounts without username and password required.