Dropbox vs Google Drive
Dropbox is released earlier than Google Drive. Google Drive, as a rising star, has many attractive aspects. For example, its price is cheaper than Dropbox. People can directly edit Google document in Google Drive. There are many Google apps that make Google Drive easier and more interesting to use. But we must admit that Dropbox is more professional than Google Drive, and Google Drive still has a long way to go before it can take Dropbox’s place as king of the cloud storage markets.
Many Dropbox users want to try the new Google Drive, they asked how can they export files from Dropbox to Google Drive on forums. There are many answers. One is downloading target files from Dropbox to local disk then re-uploading to Google Drive. I don’t suggest using this way, because it will waste lots of time. Now, with the development of software engineering, a multiple cloud storage manager called MultCloud emerged!
MultCloud helps you export files from Dropbox to Google Drive
MultCloud offers many functions to let you backup, sync and move files betwen cloud services. With MultCloud, you can export files from Dropbox to Google Drive directly. Now, let me show how to do it.
First of all, you should have an account of MultCloud. Register one please! Enter you preferred email, type a username and password. This process is totally FREE! MultCloud also supports experiencing without signing up.
When you confirm your registration in your email, you can log in MultCloud. You see, its interface is friendly and simple. Next, select a cloud to add to MultCloud one by one. Dropbox is the first. Select it and click “Next” button.
Clouds supported by MultCloud are: Box, Amazon S3, Amazon Cloud Drive, SugarSync, Alfresco, Hubic, Evernote, OneDrive, MEGA, CloudMe, Cubby, MyDrive, WEB.DE, Yandex, HiDrive, MySQL, Flickr, MediaFire, ownCloud, ADrive, BaiDu, WebDav and FTP/SFTP.
This page is the beginning of authorization to access Dropbox account in MultCloud. Type an catchy remembering display name of your Dropbox account then click “Add Dropbox Account”. Follow the instructions to finish connecting Dropbox to MultCloud.
Then you can add Google Drive to MultCloud in the same way. The only difference is that Display name will be default as Google Drive. After you have added the two cloud drives in MultCloud, you can backup Dropbox to Google Drive quickly.
The first and also the easiest method is dragging. Select the target file then hold down left mouse button and drag it from Dropbox to the destination Google Drive. (See picture below)
Another method is copying. You can also try “Copy to”, they are similar more or less. From the right-click context menu you will find the two operations.
If you select “Copy to”, there will be a pop-up window as the following picture. Notice that there is an optional box “Move” on the left bottom. If you check it, the original file in the Dropbox will be deleted after transferring, which is the same like “Cut” operation.
what's more, the latest version of MultCloud supports scheduled file copy, so you can export Dropbox to Google Drive regularly.
Learn more: Sync cloud drive. MultCloud added cloud synchronization function since 4.0 version.
Another good news is that MultCloud released a Google Chrome app. If you are using Google Chrome browser, we highly suggest you install it. You can add this extension from here: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/transfer-to-google-drived/dhkemmehlndncfkilljmpeacciajkfag. And visit here to learn how to use it.
Actually, you can use functions above and other options to backup, sync or transfer data and files across clouds. MultCloud is such a web-based application that helps you easily transfer files between Dropbox and Google Drive. It also supports other popular cloud services. To ensure the safety of your personal information, MultCloud uses 256-bit encryption in data transmission, so I think it’s 100% safe for you to use MultCloud. Now enjoy MlutCloud!