How to organize all your clouds in one place

Direct access to Dropbox, Mega and many more.

cloud storageOnline storage has changed the way we store and share files. The oldest will remember exchanging files with floppies and later CD and DVD. Then made cheap external drives, which at one point stopped depending upon an extra power supply and were easier to transport.

Today, it is common to share files using sticks or pen drives, external drives or even SD cards. But increasingly it is more common to use services online such as Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, Apple cloud, Dropbox, Box, Mega and hundreds of names that offer several gygabites of free cloud storage, or even payment, so that you make backup copies or simply to share or store documents, music, pictures or videos.

Either because you take advantage of the free space in the cloud of various services or simply because you are using a service for every thing, you’ll have multiple accounts to which you have to access separately via web browser or via official app.

Some time ago that there are solutions to this problem that help you to manage your cloud from a single virtual space. In the past we’ve talked of Jolicloud, one of the first, but there are many more. Let’s take a look at what offer and why you will be useful.


We started with an old acquaintance, MultCloud, which as its name suggests, made of multitude where to access your space Drive, SugarSync, Dropbox, OneDrive, Amazon (up to 26 different names) and even FTP servers.

It has free and paid version. The free is more than enough for most, since it is limited to 2 TB of data traffic per month. In this sense, the purpose of MultCloud is, in addition to viewing your content in the cloud, move it or copy it from one service to another. In the paid version, for example, then up to schedule those copies if you do not want to do it manually.


Another good Centralizer of cloud services is Otixo, which allows login with up to 35 clouds like Amazon Cloud, Dropbox, Drive, Overdrive or even your Facebook, Flickr and Evernote accounts.

Otixo is accessible via web or with the help of its official apps for Windows, Mac, Android, and iOS. As in the previous case, it offers a free plan limited to 2 GB monthly bandwidth use. In addition, Exchange is a secure and encrypted between cloud servers.


With Koofr you will also have tools for Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, iOS, using WebDAV and with its own extension for Google Chrome. As incentive, automatic backup of photos and videos, files that more space to occupy, in your smart phone and tablet.

You can connect the most popular services (Dropbox, Google Drive, Overdrive, Amazon Cloud Drive) and make copies of files between them using TLS/SSL encryption.

Koofr free plan is limited to 2GB per month, but offers accounts of payment in installments and subscription menual.


As an alternative to the above services, odrive is also compatible with many online storage systems. From here you can see them and filter them according to the use you want to give them. Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, Amazon Cloud, Box, services via app like Facebook, Instagram, or Slack even protocols like FTP or WebDAV.

Odrive well combines ease and transparency with the encryption of files to copy a service to another, or to your computer (that Yes, in the paid version). It has application for Windows, Mac, Linux.

The free version just offer used bandwidth limitations, although the paid version, in addition to encryption features automatic synchronization by using rules.

Air Explorer

If you only want to centralize your cloud services through Windows, with Air Explorer you can log in to all of them from a single program.

It is compatible with OneDrive, Google Drive, Amazon Cloud Drive, Box, Dropbox, Mega, Media fire, WebDAV and FTP, among others.

Air Explorer is free, its paid version has special features, as encrypt files before uploading them to each of these services. Also, supports multiple simultaneous a same service account.


Similar to Air Explorer, CloudBuckIt offers a program for Windows from which to centralize your online storage services.

On this occasion, the free version provides file encryption, unlimited accounts or simultaneous uploads/downloads (limit puts your connection speed to the internet).

Moreover, it is compatible with many services, such as Drive, Dropbox, Amazon, Mega, Evernote or any FTP server. In terms of the program itself, it has tabs to view comfortably on multiple accounts.

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