Why is it necessary to link Dropbox to Google Drive?
Dropbox came out earlier than Google Drive. Since a cloud drive is so handy nowadays as it saves space on users’ portable drives, mobile phones and computers; it syncs and backs up all your files throughout all your devices, its cross-platform compatibility and best of all, you can get storage space for free(larger space may be paid). Sharing big or multiple files is also made easy while it securely keeps your files away from public computers.
The question is, with the release of Google Drive, especially the desktop sync app for Google Drive which is a Dropbox killer. Google Drive obviously makes the most sense if you’re already using Gmail or Google Apps. The survey shows that people usually use Dropbox for their Microsoft Office documents and Google Drive to store Google documents before. But now, Google has added the ability to store any type of file on Google Drive, not only Google Docs, but also Word and so on. So I said Dropbox killer above.
The fact is that many people still use Dropbox, for personal or business use. They seem to have an affinity to Dropbox but most users face a problem of how to backup or sync data between DropBox and Google Drive. If only there were an application that links Dropbox to Google Drive! MultCloud would be a great Google Drive Dropbox integration tool that manages them in one interface.
Put simply, MultCloud is a multi-cloud manager that allows you to backup, transfer and sync data among different clouds. The point is 100% FREE and its security is high. MultCloud applies 256-bit AES Encryption for SSL in data transfer. It doesn’t save users’ data and password. More information please click here. Registeration in MultCloud is also very simple. Enter your preferred email, username and password. Then check the confirmation in your email to finish.
Link Dropbox to Google Drive with MultCloud
Next to that comes the most important part of this tutorial--how to link Dropbox to Google Drive with the help of MultCloud.
Log in MultCloud and select Dropbox first, click “Next” to go to the next page.
Supported clouds in 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.
In this page, you can customize display name. I suggest you type an easy-to-remember one. Click “Add Dropbox Account” button, you will be taken to a page that needs you to authorize Dropbox being added to MultCloud. Once you agree, adding Dropbox to MultCloud is completed. Then you can add Google Drive in the same way.
Now, linking Dropbox to Google Drive is easy, because they are all in one interface. Main operations are transferring files between Dropbox and Google Drive by dragging, copying, etc. More operations please see the right-click context menu: delete, cut, rename, share and so on. Or switch to Transfer panel to do scheduled file copy task.
Learn more: Sync cloud drive. MultCloud added cloud synchronization function since 4.0 version.
There is a Google Chrome extension of MultCloud. If you are using Chrome browser, we highly recommend you to add this extenstion: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/transfer-to-google-drived/dhkemmehlndncfkilljmpeacciajkfag. Click here to learn how to use it.
Now you can use Dropbox Google Drive together by MultCloud. This web-based application doesn’t need any other plugins. If you use multiple cloud storages and want to backup, transfer and sync data among them, MultCloud will do you a favour.