No more fussy to share Dropbox with Google Drive
It seems quite messy to share Dropbox folder with Google Drive just like syncing any other two different cloud services in a very traditional way - downloading files from one cloud first then uploading them to another again. So, some users choose to use only one cloud. However, this is not a long-term solution to some degrees, especially for free users. A good news is that, if you connect Dropbox to Google Drive via MultCloud, file transferring among clouds will be as easy as winking. You can even directly sync Google Photos to Dropbox through the official site of Google Drive under MultCloud’s help.
What does MultCloud do?
We may compare MultCloud to a huge storage case. It’s a free web app that unifies all cloud services in one place so that you’re able to manage them centrally and conveniently.
Apart from Dropbox and Google drive, there are more than 20 clouds supported by MultCloud: Evernote, Amazon Cloud Drive, AmazonS3, WebDav, Box, SugarSync, FTP/SFTP, OneDrive, CloudMe, Cubby, MyDrive, WEB.DE, Yandex, Hidrive, BaiDu, MediaFire, ownCloud, Alfresco, ADrive, Flickr, hubiC, MySQL, MEGA and Egnyte.
In this case, you can not only share Dropbox folder with Google Drive, but also backup OneDrive to Google Drive, combine Evernote and Dropbox, etc. Plus, it allows you to add several accounts from one provider as well like setting up multiple Dropbox accounts on one computer.
How to share Dropbox with Google Drive via MultCloud?
Since MultCloud is web tool, you don’t need to download any client. It’s possible to move or copy data through a browser directly, saving much local space. Thus, no matter Windows or Mac, no matter computers or phones, you can access your cloud storage from any device. Now, let’s go the first step, getting one MultCloud account.
After signing in, add Dropbox and Google Drive accounts one by one. (about data security)
Then, Google Drive Dropbox integration is finished. You can realize Dropbox to Google Drive transfer and vice versa in multiple ways:
▪ Directly drag and drop.
▪ Copy options from contextmenu.
▪ Employ Transfer Service.
▪ Use Cloud Sync function where provides two-way sync.
If you need to share Dropbox folder with Google Drive regularly, as pictures show above, schedule tasks are also available.