How to deal with multiple clouds?

Google drive and OneDrive are two well-known cloud services which are no more strange to many people:

  • Google Drive was released in 2012. It’s free to use provided you have a Google account. Of course, the service also offers upgrade options to every user with charging a monthly fee. You can use Google Drive to store&share files with others and the Google Drive office suite allows collaborative edit of documents, spreadsheets, forms, etc.
  • OneDrive, formerly known as SkyDrive, was launched in 2014. You’ll get 5GB free with a Microsoft account. OneDrive enables you to store any file type and it’s integrated tightly with Microsoft Office. Besides, this service has been built into Windows 8 and Windows 10.
Anyway, due to some reasons, a lot of people employ both of these two clouds at the same time while some are using multiple accounts of Google Drive or OneDrive. In this case, management becomes a common problem. When you wanna sync or transfer data between them, you should download then re-upload files umpteen times, which seems very time consuming. What if there’s an app that lets you complete all operations with just one login? MultCloud will be your right choice.

Sync Google Drive with OneDrive via MultCloud

MultCloud is a web tool to help you access all cloud storage in one place. It can not only sync Google Drive with OneDrive free. Since more and more cloud storage are emerging on the market, more than 20 clouds have been supported by MultCloud: Dropbox, Evernote, Flickr, Amazon Cloud Drive, Amazon S3, WebDav, Box, SugarSync, CloudMe, Cubby, MyDrive, WEB.DE, Yandex, Hidrive, BaiDu, MediaFire, ownCloud, Alfresco, ADrive, Hubic, MySQL, MEGA and FTP/SFTP.

Getting a MultCloud account is the first step in order to connect OneDrive to Google Drive. It’s possible to experience without signing up, too.

Second, add accounts. You’re capable of adding several accounts of the same provider. For services which support OAuth authorization, user name&password won’t be required.

Integration is finished! That means it’s time to sync OneDrive with Google Drive. Select what you want to copy/move then directly drag them or try Copy options from contextmenu to transfer Google Drive files to OneDrive. Other features like “preview”, “share”, etc are also available for management.

Another way to transfer files from one cloud to another is under “Transfer” tab where realizes schedule task as well even after power off.

Update: MultCloud has a special Sync Service since its 4.0 version. There are eight sync ways in total.

Suppose that you are looking for any document urgently, just type keywords or the suffix in the search box. MultCloud has the ability to search across clouds for you.

At last, there’s a Google Chrome extension of MultCloud now. Click here to learn the instruction.

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