Why Google Drive & Dropbox integration is necessary?
A few years ago, Google officially released a cloud storage named Google Drive to compete with old brand cloud service - Dropbox. There is no doubt that Google Drive is more flexible than Dropbox because of many interesting Google apps that relate to it. But there is a fact that many people still use Dropbox no matter for what reasons. And Google Drive still has a way to go before. It can take Dropbox’s place as the king of cloud mountain (for example, copying the public link for a shared file in Windows Explorer is a needlessly complicated affair).
The competition between Google Drive and Dropbox seems a problem to users: which should you give up? In order to balance the use of the two cloud drives, sometimes Google Drive & Dropbox integration is necessary. Users don't need to think which cloud I should give up, on the contrary, use Dropbox Google Drive together. They can backup, transfer and sync between two clouds easily.
MultCloud integrates your cloud storage accounts
MultCloud is a web-based integration service that allows anyone to create connections between cloud services. This integration allows you to transfer, move, backup, sync Google Drive with Dropbox.
MultCloud also provides integrations between cloud drives including:
Dropbox, Google Drive, 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.
To integrate MultCloud with your Google Drive, Dropbox, you should sign up an account of MultCloud at first. That is very easy. See the picture below, it only need your email address, username and password.
Next step is signing in MultCloud and selecting a cloud to add. In this article, I select Google Drive first and click “Next” button to go to the next page as the following picture. Its display name can be customed.
When you click “Add Google Drive Account” button, you’ll be prompted to grant access to it in order to complete the integration process. This means that you’ll give MultCloud technical access to your cloud service account. But they are still kept in their original cloud drives. MultCloud can only be allowed to access into your cloud drive accounts with your own permission. Thus there is no need for you to worry about the privacy and security of your data.
Now Google Drive has been added in MultCloud successfully, which enables MultCloud users to directly manage any files in Google Drive. Then you add Dropbox in MultCloud in the same steps, thus connecting Google Drive to Dropbox with MultCloud is finished. This integration feature saves time and effort, as the users no longer have to download their files from one cloud drive to local disk then re-upload to another. Transferring files between Dropbox and Google Drive in MultCloud becomes very easy.
The Google Drive & Dropbox integration is available at no additional cost to all MultCloud users. MultCloud is FREE for everyone to use. Now you can cut, copy, copy to or dp other do operations from right-click context menu in MultCloud web interface on any browser or operating system, and backup, sync data and files between two clouds.