As we all know, in today’s information age, cloud drives are very convenient and our lives have become closely connected to various cloud services. Our data is spread across multiple online cloud drives, including Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive, MEGA, etc.
We also know that it’s hard to manage and transfer all those files, not to mention transferring them! But we still can’t avoid managing and transferring important data across multiple clouds.
Fortunately, this problem that has been plaguing us for a long time has finally been solved. The tool is called MultCloud and it has a completely free version.
MultiCloud is a web-based cloud storage manager, which enables you to manage your cloud storage services using a simple interface that integrates all functions. No need to switch between cloud drives, you can rely on MultCloud to enjoy a smooth experience of managing data stored on different services.
It not only provides an easy way to access and manage files through this web application but also provides a smooth user experience and intuitive user interface.
MultCloud makes transferring files very simple by using copy/paste or sync between two cloud servers. You don’t need to be online for the entire process, because MultCloud does all the data transfer for you.
As far as I know, there are still several products on the market with a similar operating model to MultCloud. They are Otixo, CloudFuze, Mover. io. Otixo is robust but unfortunately, it always changes their price plan without any notice and the most tiresome part is that the largest plan of Otixo offers 50GB monthly bandwidth. Mover. io focuses on syncing files between accounts and it’s less useful for browsing data through multiple accounts. CloudFuze does a great job of managing multiple clouds together but it’s very expensive to transfer files across clouds. If you have a lot of data to migrate, then the cost to you is particularly high. In view of these circumstances, MultCloud can be the best cloud storage manager.
MultCloud has the following functions:
Transfer Files across Clouds Directly
Without MultCloud, you need to download files from one cloud and then manually re-upload them to another account. Now, you don’t have to do this anymore. After adding your accounts to MultCloud, you can copy and paste or drag and drop files between cloud accounts directly like you are doing it through your Windows Explorer.
Transfer Your Data Offline
With traditional methods, you have to spend internet traffic and keep your device on. With MultCloud, you can turn off the device and the service will transfer the data automatically.
My SQL and FTP Backup
It not only allows you to transfer files between multiple cloud drives but also you are allowed to back up your website, database, projects from unexpected disasters.
Share Files Publicly or Privately
MultCloud provides an interface to manage private and public links between multiple clouds. You do not need to open all accounts to check files shared with others.
This feature helps to arrange the exact time when data is automatically transferred from one cloud drive to another. You don’t need to open the device all the time, the operation will end automatically.
In order not to check the transmission status manually, you can configure the reception of email notifications. You will receive a message when the transferor synchronization is complete. The system will also notify you of transmission failures and failures.
How to Use MultCloud?
Signing up for MultCloud is easy. You can use the “Sign Up Now” or “Guest Access” option (if you just want to test) to access MultCloud.
After logging in, you will see a dashboard, as shown in the second image below.
To add a cloud drive, you need to click on “Add Clouds”. Here is an example of adding Google Drive and G Suite.
Click on “Google Drive” below to add, click on the “Next” button, and authorize MultCloud to get access to MultCloud.
After that, you will find that Google Drive has been added to the left panel.
Follow the same way to select G Suite to add and both clouds will be listed on MultCloud.
As you can see it’s very easy to add your clouds to MultCloud for management. After adding your accounts to MultCloud, you can transfer files across clouds directly without downloading and uploading. If you want to migrate Google Drive to G Suite, you can click on “Cloud Transfer” to make it. Click on “Cloud Transfer”, select your Google Drive as the source, select G Suite as the destination, click on “Transfer Now” and you will see the task begins.
With all of these benefits above, MultCloud is one of the must-have products for anyone who needs to manage to sync and moving files between multiple cloud storage.
While I’m surprised that they don’t have an app for mobile phones, I think it would make it much easier to transfer files on the go. Even though I used the web version of MultCloud on my phone and was able to transfer files, the app is still much better.