5 Most Popular Apps for Cloud Storage
Apps for Cloud Storage: There exist free apps which help you keep track, manage, and transfer all the files you have on all your cloud storage services, and these apps and tools let you do it for free.
Here they come:
This free app is available for Android, iOS and on the Web. ZeroPC lets you manage files from multiple cloud providers, including Dropbox, Google Docs, Box.Net, SugarSync and Evernote. This app also works with content storage services including Picasa, Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, Instagram, as well as with social media. ZeroPC gives you 50GB of free storage.
There are doo apps for iOS, Android, Mac OS X. What makes stand out doo is that you can do powerful search across all of your storage in a single step, and not only browse through all of the data. The feature uses sophisticated ways to search, including voice on devices that support it. Now a full-blown Windows 8 app as well as a Windows desktop app as well are available.
This app is for iOS and Android, but it also works in any browser so that those with PCs and Macs can use it as well. What is unique about hojoki among all the cloud storage unifiers is that it focuses on working process. That’s using hojoki, you can access tasks, contacts, and more from multiple services, and not only shared documents. You can have discussions and create group tasks, and so on. Note that the free version allows only one account per app and works for only five people per workspace. You’ll have to pay a small fee per person per month if you want more options.
This app lets you search across all of your cloud-based storage services to find the files. Besides, you get useful tools once the files are located. For example you can drag and drop from one service to another. Primadesk can manage social networking services such as Google+ or Facebook, and it allows you to use really nice tools for sharing your files with others. This app includes free storage space. However, the free version gives you 1 GB of storage for up to ten accounts. For more storage space and more accounts, you’ll have to pay.
5. Cloud Save
This Chrome extension is rather limited, but it’s much easier to use than the other apps exposed here. Cloud Save lets you easily save whatever you find on the Web to any one of multiple cloud and other Web-based services, including Picasa, Dropbox, Facebook, Box.net, Flickr and other services. To do so, right-click an item on a web page such as a photo, select Cloud Save, and then select the service where you want keep the file.
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