Storing photos in online cloud services
Nowadays, mobile phone and Internet are very developed. People take many photos via their mobile phones everyday. At the same time, they also share photos to others very soon through Internet. If they want to remember the beautiful moment, they should save the photos in some places. The digital photos, of course, storing in hard disk is OK. But now, the most used devices are mobile phones rather than computers. And the storage of mobile phone is less than computer’s volume usually. On the mobile store hundreds and thousands photos, it is easy to be full. Don’t worry, with the development of mobile Internet, users could save photos from mobile local to remote cloud services. For example, Flickr, INS app and so on. But for private pictures, just a cloud drive is OK, so many people choose OneDrive, Google Drive, Dropbox, MEGA or Amazon Cloud Drive, etc.
On the computer, the situations are similar too. With more and more, larger and larger data, the local hard drives’ spaces become smaller and smaller. And in order to touch easily, or say, access on the way, storing files in cloud is a wise choice. So many people copy and save their pictures from local to cloud services too.
Transfer photos from OneDrive to Google Drive?
When talking about cloud drives, many people may think of OneDrive and Google Drive. Since they are two big and traditional computer technology enterprises. Microsoft released OneDrive, formerly known as SkyDrive. From the latest popular Windows 10 operating system, OneDrive is a built-in program. OneDrive has huge numbers of users without doubt, many users choose OneDrive as their first cloud drive with a Microsoft account can continue. Thus, they upload photos from local to OneDrive online cloud to save space and touch easily.
Maybe for various reasons, people want to switch to Google Drive. With a Google account, users can use almost all Google apps, Google Drive is easy to active too. So how to move photos from OneDrive to Google Drive? Methods are several, but here, we focus on MultCloud.
Transfer files from OneDrive to Google Drive by MultCloud
MultCloud is a tool based on website, you can use it on either PC or mobile phone. To put simply, it is a web app, so on any devices through Internet, people can handle it. Visit MultCloud’s url to start, you can experience it without signing up or sign in it after creating an account. In a word, MultCloud is free to start.
In MultCloud, add OneDrive and Google Drive separately. Because MultCloud applies OAuth as authorization system and both OneDrive and Google Drive support it, so that you don’t need to input password in MultCloud. The last authorization step will jump to the clouds’ official web pages.
Added successfully, under Cloud Explorer, you can view files in OneDrive and Google Drive, then select photos you want to move. By the way, in MultCloud, it is able to preview jpg, png, gif, pdf, xls, doc; text files such as txt, html, js files. To move photos, you can copy&paste from context menu, or drag&drop directly.
Under Cloud Transfer interface, you can do professional transfer task like schedule, overwritten, filter, etc. If you want to use Google Drive and OneDrive together and don’t give up any one, MultCloud has cloud sync feature that may help you a lot. There are eight sync ways: simple sync, mirror sync, move sync, cumulative sync, update sync, incremental backup sync, full backup sync and two-way sync.
MultCloud is a multiple cloud storage manager. It support up to 30 clouds now, if you plan to transfer photos, and other files across different cloud service, it is a simple solution. To connect to Google Drive, MultCloud has a chrome extension, details please refer to here.