Today, there are so many different kinds of cloud services in the market that lots of people had created several accounts for different use. Common such as Dropbox, OneDrive, Google Drive, etc. They created accounts either same brand or different. But when it comes to manage files in these cloud drive, you should log in relevant management web page or install relevant client application. Actually, no matter what ways of single management will make more trouble. So here I recommend you a way of unified multi-cloud management.
MultCloud is a free multi-cloud management application. Some user don’t like to install client software, but keen to operate on cloud service directly. Because MultCloud is a website built entirely app designed for multiple cloud drives management so you can try it.
We know that there are some other multi-cloud manager, but many of them are paid or free trial limited days. by contrast, MultCloud is 100% FREE so far. About security, don’t worry, MultCloud uses 256-bit AES Encryption for SSL when data transferring. MultCloud states it does not save the password of your cloud drive accounts and does not save your data or files as well. By the way, the authorization system of MultCloud is OAuth. OAuth is a standard authorization framework that enables third-party software to build up a connection to cloud drives without inputting username and password. Above mentioned Google Drive, OneDrive and Dropbox support the OAuth authorization. The file transferring across different cloud drive with MultCloud is on server level. At last, there are already some review or test article about MultCloud on the Internet, you can also Google to get more knowledge about MultCloud.
Next, I will show you how to use MultCloud step by step. First of all, enter MultCloud official website, click “Create an Account” in the middle of the page to start registering and activating in your email. Then sign in MultCloud to enter the main screen. It will ask you to select a cloud to add in the beginning.
Following are services supported by MultCloud:
Amazon S3, Google Drive, Box, Dropbox, SugarSync, OneDrive, Copy, Bitcasa, BaiDu, FTP/SFTP, WebDav
Cubby, CloudMe, WEB.DE, MyDrive, Yandex, HiDrive
Select your target cloud drive, I take Dropbox as an example here. Click “Next” to continue. Type an easy to remember display name. Then click “Add Dropbox” button will jump to Dropbox login page, enter your own Dropbox username and password. Logged in successfully, then agree MultCloud access to Dropbox. Thus Dropbox has been added to MultCloud completely. Now you can add other cloud drives you want to use MultCloud to manage in the same way.
The operations with MultCloud interface are similar to common cloud services management panel. For example, you can upload files, download files and create new folder by clicking the three buttons on the top of MultCloud screen. Of course, when you selecting destination file(s)/folder(s), right click you will find more operation options. Include: delete, move, copy (to), share, etc. If you forget a file where you put in, you can try the quick search box in the right top of MultCloud panel, which will help you find out all files in cloud drives that conform with the keywords quickly. MultCloud also support preview some pictures or documents.
Besides these basic functions, MultCloud has a another feature is moving/transferring files between cloud drives, and vice versa. You can copy a file in Dropbox first, then paste it in GoogleDrive. You can also directly move by dragging and dropping. Because all the processes are on the cloud, so we can ignore the bandwidth and system configuration. The transmission speed is very fast. Thus saves the trouble of downloading to local disk then re-uploading to another cloud service.