This article provides a new way to backup Dropbox to Google Drive without manually downloading and uploading. Click it to learn how it copies Dropbox to Google Drive in an easy and secure way.
If you’re looking for free cloud storage, Dropbox and Google Drive are good choices. Though Dropbox, and Google Drive are similar in some aspects, they are different in some certain fields.
At first, you get several gigabytes of free storage just for creating an account. By installing a small Windows app, you can get the ability to synchronize that storage with the hard drive on your PC, where you can manage them using Windows Explorer. You can sync and backup files and folders with other PCs or Macs, access them from portable devices, and share them with other people.
But when we dig deeper and get past those similarities, we can see important differences among these services. Reviewers love to turn this sort of comparison into a horse race where they can declare a winner.
But, depending on how you plan to use an online file storage service, one might be a better fit than others. In this article, we introduce in detail to help you make the right choice.
We have been customers and supporters of Dropbox, because it is an earlier famous cloud drive. We see how the service becomes robust, and how its reliability, sharing and team features keep the management of our documents and files simple and secure.
However, the later updates of Google Drive have made us re-evaluate the functionality and pricing of Dropbox. Google Drive is more flexible because of all kinds of Google apps. And if you use Gmail, you can own a Google Drive.
So, many people start to give up Dropbox and try Google Drive, then a question comes: how to backup or transfer files from Dropbox to Google Drive?
Manually downloading then re-uploading is undesirable if the data are too big because it will cost a lot of time to deal with them. Luckily, in this article, we will introduce a FREE web-based cloud to cloud backup service, MultCloud to you.
As a cloud file transfer service, MultCloud can not only integrate multiple cloud drives in one place for bulk backup/transfer or sync files between cloud drives without downloading and uploading; but also supports scheduled cloud to cloud backup at a regular interval to keep your data safe. It has following merits:
After knowing these situation, you may want to know how MultCloud helps move Dropbox files to Google Drive. Sure, let’s see how it works.
Before starting doing the backup process, one account is needed. If you do not want to create it, you could click "Experience without signing up" option to get one temp account so you can test it.
After logging in MultCloud, click on “Add Clouds” button, select Dropbox below to add. Follow the same way to add Google Drive to MultCloud.
Tap on “Cloud Transfer” button, enter in below interface, select Dropbox as the source, select Google Drive as the destination, click “Transfer Now” and wait for the process to complete.
As you can see, you can backup Dropbox to Google Drive in just 3 steps with the help of MultCloud. It’s obvious to see MultCloud also has “Cloud Explorer” and “Cloud Sync” in addition to “Cloud Transfer”.
For “Cloud Explorer”, it can help manage multiple cloud drives in one place so that you can access files from each account easily; for “Cloud Sync”, it can help create sync relationships from one account to other. Currently, there are 8 different sync modes. If you want to sync from Dropbox to Google Drive, that’s a good choice.
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Multcloud Key Features
Transfer files in clouds, FTP and WebDav for easily file management & information delivery.
Sync two clouds or directories in two clouds through two-way sync or one-way sync.
Combine multiple cloud storages into one and manage them like in Windows explorer.