Have you ever felt disappointment, when you forget where you transferred those important files? Do you have several cloud drives such as different account in Dropbox, OneDrive, and Google Drive? If you want to manage these cloud drives, it is troublesome to login each account, and then do some upload, download or synchronized operations. Now MultCloud can combine them together to manage just by logging once and manage your files in multiple cloud drives like the Windows Explorer, and perform operations such as upload, download, cut, copy, paste, move, delete, rename, new folder, etc. MultCloud 3.3.0 supports 19 services: OneDive, Google Drive, Dropbox, Amazon S3, SugarSync, Box, Copy, HiDrive, WebDav, FTP/SFTP and so on. Each account does not limit, you can free to use and manage all of your cloud services here!
Some newly added features with MultCloud Version 3.3.0 are:
- Add Alfreco to MultCloud.
- Add aDrive to MultCloud.
- Allow user to modify the break exception for the transmission between the cloud services.
Some of the other important attributes of this online service are as follows:
Enter MultCloud website in your browser, then click “Create An Account” to get started. If you activate your account in your verification email, you can log in successfully.
Add Cloud Drives
Now you can add all of your cloud drives accounts in one place, if you click
to add a cloud drive, rename this cloud drive for identify this account simply in MultCloud, then you can use the same way to add another cloud drives.
Cloud File Manager
MultCloud can manage your files in multiple cloud drives like the Windows Explorer, and perform operations such as upload, download, cut, copy, paste, move, delete, rename, new folder, etc. Such as: File Sharing can share the files with your friends; File Search can search for files and folders across cloud drives through keywords; File Preview allow you to online view some office documents such as DOC, PDF, XLS, etc.
MultCloud supports scheduled transfer function. It allows you to set the daily, weekly or monthly in the specific time for data transmission. It also supports to send an email to you after completing the transmission and inform the result. You’ll get 2TB of data transfer off the bat, and up to 10TB* transfer on the free plan. If you require more data transfer than this, the MultCloud costs start at around $4.99 per month (or $42 per annum – 30% discount if you pay yearly in advance). Considering the convenience, the cost is nominal in your books.
MultCloud is your good helper to manage files and transfer files across cloud drives. I certainly believe that most of us here are utilizing more than one account need MultCloud to provide more convenient. If you have had any personal experience with MultCloud, please let us know with your comments below!