Transfer files from one Google Drive account to another, or to Dropbox, OneDrive, Box and other cloud drives, vice versa.
MultCloud is a free web-based tool to help transfer, migrate, backup, or sync files from one cloud to another and access all your online files on different clouds with a single login. Over 30 cloud services supported, including: Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive, SharePoint, etc. Some use cases: * Transfer files from Dropbox to Google Drive * Migrate or move data between two Google Drives * Backup FTP, WebDav to Google Drive * Sync OneDrive with Google Drive Key Features: * Directly transfer files from one cloud to another. * File transfer in background, allowing you to close browser. *Transfer cloud data offline without going through compyuter. * Schedule automatic data transfer between two cloud services. * Free for cloud-to-cloud transfer and sync. Website: https://www.multcloud.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/multcloud Twitter: @multcloud Customer support: [email protected]
- (2022-05-30) Talha Anwar: there is no tera box cloud
- (2020-08-22) satyam chouhan: best cloud transfer
- (2020-07-24) Alastair Martil: I find this extension is one of the most useful and helpful ones, I've ever had the pleasure of using. That's being said while using the free service. The limitations of the free service are things such as files being transferred separately instead of multiple simultaneous transfer lines. It takes a bit of patience in that respect, but it's a very small price to pay. In case there are those who think it does not let you transfer files from a google drive to that of your friends because you use a Chromebook, and it will simply not allow you to add the other drive without including your friends drive as a secondary account on the Google account, try doing it from a PC or mac, or try incognito. Bottom line: Multicloud is a fantastic app and I find myself wishing I was as smart as those who created it. I have played with many other extensions very few can do I have respect for as I do Multcloud. They don't tell you any lies or bait you into installing and going through the motions only to Spring a paid service onto you at the last minute. Kudos, to the makers for being responsible and accountable Stewards of technology, and taking care of those of us less saavy in the often occult like world of tech
- (2020-01-01) J. Hoffmann: Would not work. Did nothing.
- (2022-09-06, v:2.0.4) Richard Hoefer: Question re privacy practices, info collecting. Is this just to enable the ext to be operational?
Google doesn't really give enough information, or maybe the devs don't not sure. I understand from using Android many years that numerous apps re: permissions and access to various data that on the face of it seems like "Why would they need that?" (just for example: share location data). But then you come to find out in tech threads that the permissions are required to enable the app to work at all, usually due to some Google back-end requirement re access to different parts of Android OS. .... Thus, I ask: What is the reason you need all the personal data you collect? I'm not saying this is bad, I'm just seeking clarity re the why. Thank you