AnyTrans for Cloud provides a central hub to manage your cloud storage
The power of the cloud, man.
With the proliferation of Cloud Storage providers over the years, having to use multiple programs to manage them is a chore. App company iMobie have turned their sight to the cloud, after creating successful (over 10,000,000 users) management apps for both iOS and Android. AnyTrans® for Cloud connects to the most used cloud-based storage services and provides the user a way to centrally manage them all from one login.
Everything is securely held behind SSL-256 encryption, and the service can work with Google and Apple Two-factor-verification methods. You can sign in by creating an account, or you can use Google, Twitter or Facebook single-sign-in for ease of use. Dropbox, Box, Google Drive, Onedrive, iCloud, pCloud, and even Facebook can be connected to the service and synced from your device or even between different services, all at fast speeds. You can use the max bandwidth of your connection with AnyTrans, even when you’re limited on speeds with some of the individual services.
Using the API calls of each individual service, you can start a transfer between two services and then even go offline – AnyTrans will keep the transfer going, all inside the cloud. With no bandwidth limitations, you can free up space on your cloud drives easily and quickly. AnyTrans works on Mac, PC or through the WebApp so you can use it on any of your devices.
You can also share files easily and securely, with a host of choices such as via a link, email or social media such as Facebook, Twitter, and Google+. There are security options for password-protecting the shared files, validity time for the download link and the ability to limit how many times it can be downloaded.
I’ve been using it for a few days now, and am really enjoying the convenience of a central hub to manage my cloud storage. Setup was a breeze, create a login, link your cloud storage providers and that’s it.
Currently, AnyTrans Cloud is now available and you can sign up here. Users can register today to get priority access, a free Premium, and an extra exclusive gift.
Do you use anything to manage your cloud storage? Let us know in the comments.
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