How to Synchronize Folders with Multiple Cloud Storage [Android]
Couple of decade back, when computer or mobile was only unveiled or conceived, 1mb memory was so-called ‘enough’ storage for people like us. But, over the time, experts have developed and provided us with the support of more memory. Along with that, now we have started stocking tons of music, documents and a lot more other stuffs in our hard drive or internal memory.
There are several great cloud storage services i.e. Google Drive, Dropbox, Box, Bitcasa, OneDrive and so forth. Unless you would like to spend money on cloud storage, I am pretty sure that you have multiple accounts on multiple services. If I am right, you could possibly face a problem with lots of accounts. You are unable to consolidate all the accounts in a single place to have a destruction free browsing experience.
In case you are on PC, you may use Otixo or Jolicloud that helps you to link up multiple cloud storage accounts and use them all from one place. Having said that, if you are a mobile user and wish to get the same thing, here you go. FolderSync is definitely a fantastic free Android application that will assist you to synchronize your internal memory with various cloud storage.
You can download FolderSync at no cost. But, the free version includes some restrictions. Therefore, in order to get all the offered features by FolderSync, you should purchase the premium version that amounted to Rs. 176.39 (INR). You can install FolderSync on all latest Android mobiles as it is available for Android 2.1 and later versions.
FolderSync offers numerous free and paid cloud storage support. You can use the subsequent cloud storage accounts together.
- Amazon S3
- Dump Truck
- Google Drive
- Ubuntu One
And two or three more. Not just these cloud storage providers, but also it has the support of
Top features of FolderSync
It comes with a variety of handy features. You can get access to and synchronize multiple cloud storage accounts. Aside from that, it provides a built-in File Manager, two-way synchronization, backup/restore settings. In addition, you can integrate Tasker to perform all the synchronization on a regular basis or at predefined time. Even though, the free version comes with advertisements but you cannot find any ad within the premium version of FolderSync.
The latest updates brings Android Lollipop support. That means, now you can find Material UI in FolderSync. Before implementing the Material UI, the earlier visual design had also been not so bad. Mainly because it offers some options by swiping, you will find an elegant design since the swiped window will contain your entire destructive options list.
Looking at all of the features and cost of the premium version, it is confirmed that FolderSync is actually great and a must have application. The premium version’s costs is comparatively lower than other similar apps.
What is your opinion relating to this app?