Manage Multiple Cloud Drives: More Storage, More Trouble
A growing number of people nowadays prefer to put their personal items into a cloud drive such as Dropbox, Google Drive or Onedrive. But all of these cloud services have limitation on storage. Thus one often creates multiple accounts on several services for more storage. Here comes a question: how can we manage all these multiple cloud storage accounts more efficiently? Every time we want to locate a certain file, we find it really annoying to switch between these accounts. An advanced way for us to manage multiple cloud storage accounts at the same time would be much preferable.
Manage Multiple Cloud Drives in MultCloud
MultCloud is a free application designed for multiple cloud drives management.
By now, MultCloud allows its users to put their Box, Dropbox, Google Drive,
Sky Drive, SugarSync and Amazon S3 accounts all into it. Thus they don't have
to login or sign out each time when they want to switch between different accounts.
The authorization system of MultCloud is based on OAuth, which is a standard authorization framework that enables third party applications to build up a connection to HTTPS services without username and password required. In this case, it's 100% safe for you to use MultCloud.
The most practical function in MultCloud is the seamless move function. You can move files from one cloud drive to another in the way you did in Windows Explorer with the help of MultCloud. No more need to download from one and upload to another.
Uploading to and downloading from different cloud drives in MultCloud is as easy as performing such operations in one cloud drive alone. The only difference is that you need to access into a cloud drive first by clicking mouse button once. There's no limitation on data traffic in MultCloud.
In addition, you can distinguish different files (format: JPG,GIF,DOC,XLS,PDF) by previewing them in MultCloud first. More formats will be supported later with next upgrade.