Google Photos or Dropbox?
It used to be a pain to get photos off of phones and to the web where we could share them with other people, but both Dropbox and Google Photos make it easy. Still, these two services provide different storage limits, sharing options, and editing tools.
However, part of users feel very inconvenient to manage two cloud storage at the same time. For example, if they wanna sync Google Photos to Dropbox, it seems that they have to download all files from one first then upload to another. But this would not happen when there exist hundreds of photos. So must give up one? No, you don’t have to! Working as a free file transfer online platform, MultCloud can deal with it perfectly.
Sync Google Photos to Dropbox through MultCloud
No matter you intend to export Google Photos to Dropbox or on the contrary, MultCloud does the trick. Plus, there have been more than 20 clouds supported by MultCloud: Evernote, Flickr, Amazon Cloud Drive, Amazon S3, WebDav, Google Drive, Box, SugarSync, OneDrive, CloudMe, Cubby, MyDrive, WEB.DE, Yandex, Hidrive, BaiDu, MediaFire, ownCloud, Alfresco, ADrive, Hubic, MySQL, MEGA and FTP/SFTP so that you can easily transfer files from one cloud to another. Now let’s see how sync works.
Since Google Chrome browser has developed the extension of MultCloud, with this tool installed, you’ll find the button TRANSFER TO CLOUD when visiting Google Drive each time.
As known, Google Photos is also listed in Google Drive. You should make pictures show up under My Drive above all.
In order to get a better experience, we suggest you create a folder here.
Click TRANSFER TO CLOUD. You’ll be taken to the login page of MultCloud. Sign in or experience without signing up.
Tick the box and click OK. ( Make sure cloud drives have been added in MultCloud.)
It’s ready to transfer Google Photos to Dropbox. You’re able to select the specified folder.
By the way, MultCloud can sync Google Photos to Dropbox even after power off through scheduled task.
Know more about MultCloud
When right clicking a document under File Manager in MultCloud, you can view many options like Copy, Preview, Rename and so on. Preview supports doc, pdf, xls, jpg, png, gif, txt, html, etc.
Considering easier file searching, MultCloud also enables you to search across clouds by typing the keywords or suffix in the search box.
Update : Now you can use MultCloud's Cloud Sync service to do sync Google photos to Dropbox directly, there are 8 sync ways in total.
Generally, apart from syncing Google Photos to Dropbox, You can find more functions here. Want to backup FTP to Google Drive? Want to let Box sync Multiple accounts? ... Then, come to MultCloud where you can deal with them handily.