Last updated on April 13th, 2018 at 06:49 am
MultCloud Review – Easily Manage Multiple Cloud Files
Today we are living in a cloud society. In the cloud world, we installed and used many cloud apps on our computers as well as mobile phones. We not only stored our files in the cloud storage services but also edited files online such as editing photos and word documents. Clouds not only help us save space on the local hard disk but also let us touch our files anywhere easily.
There are many kinds of cloud services. Cloud drives, traditional FTP, and WebDAV, etc. Some apps and programs also have cloud functions such as Evernote, Flickr, MySQL, etc. Some cloud vendors even developed several cloud products, for example, Amazon S3 and Amazon Cloud Drive. For users, in fact, people use more than one cloud tools in their life. Dropbox with Google Drive or Box with OneDrive. It is hard to give up a one even though own multiple accounts becomes a headache. More cloud accounts could get more free storage and enjoy each character. If they can be used together in one place and reduce troubles, life will be simpler. There is software released by the third-party company to combine several clouds in one window, manage them all at once. But here, we are going to recommend to you is not a software but a website. To be exact, it is a web app based on the website – MultCloud.
Overview of MultCloud
MultCloud has no client, thus saves your downloading and installing time. You are able to visit the website through any browser on any system any device: computer, pad, phone all are no limitation. MultCloud supported clouds are: Dropbox, Dropbox for Business, Google Drive, Google Drive for G suite, Box, Amazon S3, Amazon Cloud Drive, SugarSync, Backblaze, Google Photos and Put.io, Alfresco, hubiC, Backblaze, Evernote, OneDrive, OneDrive for Business, MEGA, Egnyte, pCloud, CloudMe, Cubby, MyDrive, Yandex, HiDrive, MySQL, Flickr, MediaFire, ownCloud, ADrive, Baidu, WebDAV and FTP/SFTP. If your clouds are in it, you can register and try while reading this article. If your clouds are not in it, don’t worry, continue to read, please. MultCloud has two way to start: normal create a free account and click Experience without signing up. If you choose the latter way, MultCloud will give you a temp and random username and password, you could bundle your email address and change the password later as you wish.
How to use MultCloud
After logging in MultCloud, the first thing you should do is adding clouds to it. Most clouds support OAuth authorization system so that you don’t need to input username and password in MultCloud, the last authorized step is in cloud’s official web page. After adding, you can see your clouds are listed on the left side of MultCloud’s Cloud Explorer interface. Besides clouds, there is a Share management center on the left panel. By the way, there are no limits on accounts numbers in MultCloud, either same brand or a different brand.
Under Cloud Explorer, you can manage your clouds and files in clouds like under Windows Explorer. Right-click a file in the cloud and select options: create a new folder, upload to cloud, download to local, delete, rename, cut, copy and paste, copy to, preview, share, view properties, etc. MultCloud has a search box on the right top, you can find your target files fast with related keywords. You can transfer files from one cloud service to another via copy&paste, copy to settings, drag&drop mouse. Other two highlights of MultCloud here are Share and Upload. The former has different kinds of shared link, share management center, edit share folder permission, etc. The latter can upload URL instead of files to the cloud, MultCloud will help you convert the download link to end file finally.
In Cloud Explorer, you can do easy transfer task, if you want to experience complex transfer mission, please switch to Cloud Transfer interface. Set target and destination at first, the directory can be not only the whole cloud service but a folder in the cloud is OK. Then set options like overwritten, filter, email notification. The advanced setting is scheduled, you can set daily, weekly, monthly transfer. MultCloud supports transferring even after power off. MultCloud has a task manager to check all transfer task and above-mentioned upload task.
Another MultCloud’s key feature is sync, now switch to Cloud Sync interface to have a look at it. Type a task name, decide source and destination, select a sync way and set additional options, some are similar to transfer. Default sync way is one-way sync, you can click the arrow to convert to two-way sync. Other sync ways are mirror sync, move sync, cumulative sync, update sync, incremental backup sync and full backup sync. Choose them from the drop-down menu or in options. As a transfer, sync supports schedule too, and you can check sync task from MultCloud task manager.
I think it’s necessary to have a glance at MultCloud’s task manager. You can enter it by clicking the button the top right of the window. You could search task, commit the task again or cancel it, or delete it or view logs.
Unlike single cloud app, MultCloud is not a cloud storage service, it has no storage space but spends traffic when transferring and syncing. Register MultCloud to get free 2TB, and you can get more through its points system. Entering the system by clicking the gift button on the top right too. There are three methods to get points: Share MultCloud to SNS (10 points). Recommend other people to register MultCloud (10 points). Use MultCloud Share to share your files (2 points). thus, unlimited traffic is possible, you can enjoy MultCloud forever.
MultCloud has an extension of Chrome browser. With the extension, you can access Google Drive web edition easily, transfer files between Google Drive and other clouds easily, we highly recommend you to install the app on your Chrome. MultCloud has multiple languages: English, Germany, French, and Chinese. We welcome people all around the world to try this interesting app