Features of Google Drive

  1. Supports all kinds of files. Users can create, share all kinds of files, such as video, photo, doc, pdf, etc.
  2. Google Docs is built in Google Drive, users can do cooperative office with others at the same time.
  3. Cloud storage is safe and supports visit from anywhere, include PC, MAC, iPhone, iPad, Android and other devices
  4. Powerful search function, supports searching by keywords, file type.
  5. Users can share file or folder with anyone, and decide whether them have permissions to view, edit, comment on your file.
  6. Integrate many Google service, such as Gmail, Google+ and so on.

However, Google Drive provides 15GB to users for free. So many users create multiple accounts for more storage. There are also other reasons why people own different Google Drive accounts. Sometimes, more accounts make more trouble. So only if there is a multi-cloud management application! Now, the wish has come true!

FREE Multi-Cloud Management Application-MultCloud

There are many multi-cloud management applications in the market, some often charge you a monthly fee at least, some are totally free. MultCloud is a 100% FREE one. It is a web-based application released in June 2013 and supports Google Drive, Box, Dropbox, Amazon S3, SugarSync and SkyDrive very well so far.

So if you have more than one Google Drive accounts and you want to move files between different Google Drive accounts, MultCloud is a good choice.

Easiest Way to Move Files Between Google Drives with MultCloud

First, you should sign up in MultCloud, it's as easy as sign up in other forum, only need your email, username, password to create an account. When you log in, you鈥檒l see the main screen. Click "Connect Your First Cloud Service" to continue.

Welcome to MultCloud

Choose Google Drive and click "Next" to go to the next page.

Select Google Drive to add to MultCloud

Now, you can type a "Display Name" as "Google Drive1" and then hit "Add Google Drive Account" to follow the guide to complete add the first one Google Drive.

Add Google Drive Account

In order to distinguish the two Google Drive accounts, we type the latter display name as "Foogle Drive2".

Two Google Drive have been added in MultCloud

After we have added two Google Drive accounts in MultCloud, it's time to show how to move files between these two Google Drives easily and seamlessly.

Put simply, there are three way to move. Dragging, copy&paste and "Copy to".

Method1: Dragging is the easiest way. Dragging target file from one Google Drive to another directly. (see the following picture)

Move Files Between Google Drives by Dragging

Method2: Copy&Paste is copying target file in one Google Drive and pasting it in another Google Drive like operate in Windows Explorer. (see the image below)

Copy and "Copy to" options

Method3: If you selected "Copy to", in the pop-up window, choose "Google Drive1" and click "Transfer" to go. "Move" is an optional box. If you checked it, the file will be deleted in Google Drive2 after transferring, please refer to the following screenshot.

"Copy to" Setting

If you doubt the security of MultCloud, don't worry, 256-bit encryption is applied on the data transmission in MultCloud. As for the authorization system of MultCloud, it is based on OAuth. OAuth is a standard authorization framework that enables third party applications to access multiple cloud accounts without username and password required.

Other features of MultCloud

In addition, you can distinguish different files (format: JPG, PNG, GIF, DOC, XLS, PDF) by previewing them in MultCloud first. More formats will be supported later with next upgrade. You can also share files to Twitter and Facebook with MultCloud and quick search files before moving.

Multcloud Key Features

  • Cloud Transfer

    Transfer files in cloud drives, FTP and WebDav for easily file management and information delivery.

  • Cloud Sync

    Sync two clouds or directories in two clouds through two-way sync or one-way sync.

  • Cloud Explorer

    Combine multiple cloud storages into one and manage them like in Windows explorer.