Everyone seems to have at least 3 cloud accounts now – whether it is Google Drive, OneDrive, or DropBox. It’s a little bit annoying when you forget where you transferred those important files that you need as soon as possible. Instead of just searching through all of your clouds, wouldn’t it be nice to have an app that somehow combines them, and makes life easier for you by allowing you to navigate through all of them at the same time? The good news is that such an app actually exists.
MultCloud 3.0 Beta: What is it?
The MultCloud 3.0 Beta already has a growing user base that seems happy with the current service. Who wouldn’t want to login just once and use all of their cloud storage? Yes, you read that right. You log in just once through the app, and you can centralize all of your data without needing to have another 10 tabs open.
At this point, you’re probably thinking that it’s too good to be true, and the security of their service will be lacking – that is not the case with the MultCloud. It relies on website connect and data transfer using 256-bit AES encryption for SSL, it does not save or cache your data and files on their servers, and it also does not save your password.
MultCloud 3.0 Beta: Specifications & Features
Using MultCloud is like trying to move a picture from your C hard drive, to your USB. You can upload files, download them, cut, copy, paste, delete and even share them – without having to worry about power failures, or just simply the OS crashing on you.
It’s safe to say that we all have that story of how we lost all of our data, because there was a storm outside and the power got cut off. MultCloud uses a new background of transmission technology, that allows the server to get all of the data without having the device to be powered for all of the process.
Key feature – scheduled transfer!
Another feature that I found quite interesting, and has helped me with sharing files with friends, and colleagues is the scheduled transfer. When you’re working on a mutual-project that has tight deadlines, forgetting to transfer the files to the cloud storage is like signing your own death sentence.
You can set the software to automatically transfer data daily, weekly, or even monthly. It also helps with keeping track of your work in a safe environment.
The file manager allows the user to preview some office documents such as DOC, PDF, XLS, and also search all of your cloud storages through keywords.
MultCloud 3.0 Beta: Community & Supported Platforms
MultCloud is a free software beta that offers support for clouds such as: DropBox, Box, AmazonS3, WebDAV, Google Drive, OneDrive, SugarSync, FTP, Copy, Bitcasa, Cloudme, Cubby, MyDrive, WEB.DE, Yandex, HiDrive, Baidu – with more cloud storages to be supported in the near future.
We have no clue how long this service will remain free for use, so it’s best to create an account and start using it today. You can do so by going to their account creation page. If you’re having trouble with the software, there is a little but tighy community that will most likely respond to your every question. It’s also a place where you can give feedback so the developers can fix bugs, and add other features – their forum can be accessed right here.
If you are still having problems getting started there is a nice tutorial page that you can check out. On it you can find all the frequent questions answered. The great thing about is the fact that you won’t have to wait around for answers.
- All your information is protected through 256-bit AES encryption for SSL. This means that you can login once through the app and have all the sensitive information protected.
- You can centralize de data of all cloud storage platforms in an efficient way.
- The app is currently free. It has a fine-looking interface that anyone can get accustomed too quickly.
- Uploading and editing files is as simple as moving stuff around in your computer storage.
- Ability to schedule transfers and file modifications in advance.
- I have read many reviews for the central management platform on TheTechHacker, Cnet, PC Advisor and other major publications. I have also had the chance to play with it for a while and I was surprised to see that no cons were signalled by them, or during my experience with the software.
All in all, MultCloud 3.0 is an extremely useful service that can greatly simplify our lives. This web-based application will make it possible for you to move files on the cloud with ease, while securing the safety of your data.