How to manage different cloud services with an interface

The double need to have more and more storage space to store music, photos and documents and to have them always available, even on the move, encourage us to use more and more cloud storage services. This storage method is completely replacing the classic physical hard disks that are not useful for having files available anywhere. This need has proliferated the free and paid offer of many services in the cloud, where you can store huge amounts of photos, videos, and documents. I challenge anyone if they do not have more than one, just because the free offers have a limited capacity, so we have activated several. Google Drive, Dropbox, Sky Drive, Box, Mega or others, where we keep important files stored, even to keep them safe. The problem that arises in these cases is that often the documents are scattered among the different accounts and we do not remember how we have divided them among the various accounts.

Multiple cloud services in one with MultCloud

If you are in this situation, surely you are looking for something that can simplify access to all your data on the different cloud accounts, because it is not easy to manage all at the same time. For this reason it would be useful to have a single platform from which to organize all the files stored in the various accounts. There is a web-based application that is able to fully respond to this need. It’s called MultCloud.

MultCloud is a free application that allows multiple cloud users to manage all files online from a single interface and transfer or synchronize files between different cloud units like Google Drive, OneDrive, MEGA, box, pCloud, WebDav, FTP server, etc. with a single application.

How the MultCloud service works

MultCloud is one of the most interesting cloud services to seriously consider. It stands out for its unique features compared to other cloud aggregators. In particular, that of copying files directly from one account to another, without the need to copy them first on the computer and then move them to another cloud service. MultCloud’s interface is very intuitive and works very well, even if the file transfer is done by copying and pasting and not by drag-and-drop, much more immediate.

The minimal interface of MultCloud, has a bar on the left of the screen where all the accounts connected are present. You can also search across all accounts. Almost all cloud services are now supported by MultCloud. These include Dropbox, Google Drive, SkyDrive, AmazonS3, Box and SugarSync, Mega and many other. Among the best known cloud services are CX, SpiderOak and Wuala. The only flaw found is that MultCloud is not yet available for smartphones. We are waiting for this to happen as soon as possible, so that it can be the perfect solution.

You can choose the version that suits you best, because there is a freeware and Premium version of MultCloud. You can have more privileges and more features with a monthly and annual fee. The Premium version has a monthly subscription of $7.99 and the annual subscription is $69.99.

Synchronize data on multiple clouds

One of the most interesting features of MultCloud is the ability to synchronize data on different cloud services. “Bidirectional Synchronization”, “One-Way Sync” to achieve synchronization between cloud services. Synchronize files to a cloud storage after they have been changed to the other cloud. Synchronize all files in a given folder from one Cloud to another. Schedule backup of cloud or cloud to cloud synchronization at regular intervals, such as daily, weekly, or monthly.

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