MultCloud: Combine & Manage Your Cloud Drives Online Together

kely to put all data in one of them. because storing different files in different cloud drives is a safer way. Classification is a good habit.

Above mentioned UNLIMITED refers to single cloud drive, the more you paid, the more cloud storage volume you get. On the contrary, some people prefer to create multiple cloud drive accounts for more storage free to use. Either same brand or different brand.

At the same time, you might as well use a tool named MultCloud to manage and combine all your cloud drives in one place. This way is easy and timesaving. MultCloud is a multi-cloud management application, it supports not only popular cloud drives: Box, Google Drive, Dropbox, Amazon S3, BaiDu, SugarSync, OneDrive, Copy, Bitcasa. But also: FTP/SFTP, WebDav. CloudMe, Cubby, MyDrive, WEB.DE, Yande, HiDrive. The principle of MultCloud is adding above services in it first, then users can browse data in all cloud drives on the interface of MultCloud or transferring files across different cloud drives.

Maybe you want to ask, is it really safe to use MultCloud? Yes, it is. Because, MultCloud can only be allowed to connect to your cloud drive accounts with your permission. MultCloud itself does not save your cloud drives’ password, let alone save your files and data. Users can remove authorize to MultCloud on the original service anytime. What’s more, MultCloud is applied 256 bit AES Encryption for SSL in transferring data, which is an advanced encryption that can effectively protect your data from being intercepted, tampered and cracked.

Now MultCloud is totally FREE and has no other usage restriction. Only need to create an account to enjoy MultCloud.


Visit and sign up. Confirm your registration in your email. then you can log in MultCloud.


The main interface of MultCloud is asking you to select a cloud to add. In principle, when you adding service, will jump to the original service page to authorize automatically. Thus will prevent important data be captured by third party application(MultCloud). Here, I take Dropbox as an example, Dropbox supports for the OAuth authorization. OAuth is a standard authorization framework that enables 3rd app to build up a connection to cloud services without username and password required. See picture below, click “Allow” button to let MultCloud access to your Dropbox account. (tips: GoogleDrive, Box, Copy, OneDrive, Bitcasa, etc. also support for the OAuth authorization).


After you have added cloud services in MultCloud successfully, you can switch cloud drives from the left panel, and execute common management operation in cloud drive, such as uploading, deleting, renaming, cutting or moving and so on.


The most practical feature of MultCloud is seamless moving between different cloud drives. First method: right click target files and select “Copy to”. In the pop-up window, select the receiving service.


Another method is Copy&Paste likes in Windows Explorer. But I think the most simplest and quickest method is dragging and dropping. All these methods save the trouble of downloading then re-uploading.


Drag&Drop is also suitable for date uploading from local hard disk to cloud drive. Not only the speed is fast but also supports batch uploading.



MultCloud is developed by AOMEI Technology. AOMEI Partition Assistant and AOMEI Backupper are two of its famous products. The present is the Big Data Age. So AOMEI expanded into the development of cloud storage application and released MultCloud. MultCloud is now a website built entirely app. The advantage is you don’t need to install any plug-in. The weakness is you have to use it with the help of browser, and not supported very well on pad or mobile phone. AOMEI will develop MultCloud desktop client and mobile device app in the future. Also, new function will be added such as synchronizing. Let us wait and see!

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One Response to “MultCloud: Combine & Manage Your Cloud Drives Online Together”

  1. jaboacmei
    September 12, 2014 at 1:56 pm #

    how to share file with MultCloud:

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