MultCloud Review- Ease to Use and FREE Multiple Cloud Storage Manager

Why we need multiple cloud storage manager-MultCloud

Today, people not only back up their data to local hard drive or external hard disk but also to cloud service now. Cloud drive is also used to store all kinds of files so that they can get them anywhere and anytime via the Internet. Many users have created multiple accounts on several services for more free storage. Such as Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, MEGA, Amazon S3, etc. More accounts, more trouble. Luckily! A multiple cloud storage manager – MultCloud emerged! Compare to some other multi-cloud management, MultCloud have these advantages: It is FREE to register and use, while some others provide you limited days of free trial. MultCloud also allows you to try it free through its Experience without signing up feature. MultCloud is a web-based application, while some others are desktop based. So where is Internet and device, where you can use MultCloud.

Knowledge of MultCloud

Multcloud as a great multi-cloud management app that it supports services now including more than 30 brands: Dropbox, Dropbox for Business, Google Drive, Google Drive for G suite, Box, Google Photos, Amazon S3, Amazon Cloud Drive, SugarSync, Backblaze, Alfresco, hubiC, Backblaze, Evernote, OneDrive, OneDrive for Business, MEGA, Egnyte, pCloud, CloudMe, Cubby, MyDrive, WEB.DE, Yandex, Put.io, HiDrive, MySQL, Flickr, MediaFire, ownCloud, ADrive, BaiDu, WebDav and FTP/SFTP. It is without doubt that more and more services will be supported in the near future. The most practical function of MultCloud is the seamless moving function. You can transfer files from one cloud drive to another direction for example: move files from one OneDrive account to another 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 and energy. 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 it’s 100% safe for you to use this multiple cloud storage manager.

Main Features of MultCloud

  • Directly Upload Files to Cloud Service
  • Move Files between Cloud Drives
  • Share Files (social websites and email)
  • Quick Search(quick search bar)
  • Preview Files (jpg, gif, png, pdf, xls, doc)
  • Eight ways to sync files between clouds

How to use MultCloud:

First, you should sign up in MultCloud, which is as easy as register another website, enter your preferred email, username and password please, and confirm your account in the email and log in. Another method to enter in is clicking the Experience without signing button.

Create a MultCloud Account:

In MultCloud, you will see its friendly and simple main interface. It’s time to add cloud services to MultCloud. Following the instructions to grant MultCloud access to the account you are connecting from. Each connector has a different set of instructions.

Select cloud to start:

After you have added target cloud drive in MultCloud, you will see files in cloud drive and you can manage them easily from the context menu.

Dropbox displayed with its directories:

You can download/upload files and create a new folder, cut, delete, copy&paste files by right-clicking file or fold. Under Cloud Explorer, left lists except for clouds, there is a share management center.  From there, you can enjoy MultCloud’s powerful share functions!

Conclusion

In fact, MultCloud’s key features are transfer and sync. But the title of this article said “Manager”, so I only introduce MultCloud’s management function under Cloud Explorer but ignore transfer and sync here, if you are interested in them and hope you can sign MultCloud and switch to Cloud Transfer and Cloud Sync interfaces to try or commit task-, hope MultCloud will help you a lot.

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