MultCloud-A Service provider that really helps us!
MultCloud as its name said, is a fabulous app that integrates all your cloud drives in one place. Please let me explain why we fully endorse this program:
We have clients from many sectors and have to work in many environments and utilize many different cloud services. Who is to say Google Drive is better than Dropbox? What about OneDrive, Sugarsync, Amazon S3 or box? MultCloud is compatible with the services we work with and we have not had any problems up to now.
In other words, even though I personally prefer Dropbox, Im still finding it difficult to completely abandon all of the other cloud storage services. Luckily, MultCloud makes managing multiple cloud services incredibly simple - and you dont even have to install any plug-ins, which making is a perfect service to use on my Samsung Chromebook.
Nexts how the app works: first, you sign up for a 100% free account at MultClouds website, then you select the services you want to manage. In my case, I decided to add my Dropbox and OneDrive accounts first, although you can also select Google Drive, Box, Amazon S3, SugarSync, CloudMe, Cubby, MyDrive, WEB.DE, Yande, HiDrive, even FTP and WebDav.
Once you have added cloud drives in MultCloud, you can manage them easily. There are many operations from right-click context menu, such as rename, cut, copy, preview and share. A quick search bar in the right top of MultClouds interface that helps the users to instantly locate a certain file among multiple cloud drives. Once a keyword is entered, MultCloud will immediately filter the related files throughout all the cloud drives. In this way, all the different cloud drives can be seen as a whole one.
The most practical function of MultCloud is the seamless moving function. You can move files from one cloud drive to another directly like the way you do in Windows Explorer. No more need to download to local from one then re-upload to another. Thus saves your time.
To ensure the safety of your personal information, MultCloud uses 256-bit encryption in data transmission and the authorization system of MultCloud is based on OAuth. Which is a standard authorization framework that enables third party applications to build up a connection to HTTPS services without username and password required. In this case, so its 100% safe for you to use this multiple cloud storage manager.
To sum up, MultCloud is a great practical multiple cloud storage manager. If you have a Chromebook and also use cloud services outside the Google ecosystem, it might even be a must-have for you.