Advice Request Software for multiple clouds (Air explorer / Expandrive): opinions, altenatives?

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LASER_oneXM

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Hi,

currently im running some few clouds. Using upload/download clients or even the browser in order to mange your files in the cloud is not very comfortable.
I found this two solutions:

*) Air explorer
*) Expandrive

Anyone of you guys has experience using this products ? Any alternatives ...? :)

My accouts: Google Drive, Dropbox, box, OneDrive, BackBlaze, PowerFolder, Asus Web Storage, IDrive
Im also running pCloud (500GB, Lifetime) but this provider has already a file explorer itergration, so i dont need to use a web browser or a client from pCloud.
Thx !!
 

upnorth

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Hi,

currently im running some few clouds. Using upload/download clients or even the browser in order to mange your files in the cloud is not very comfortable.
I found this two solutions:

*) Air explorer
*) Expandrive

Anyone of you guys has experience using this products ? Any alternatives ...? :)

My accouts: Google Drive, Dropbox, box, OneDrive, BackBlaze, PowerFolder, Asus Web Storage, IDrive
Im also running pCloud (500GB, Lifetime) but this provider has already a file explorer itergration, so i dont need to use a web browser or a client from pCloud.
Thx !!
I created a basic guide on OneDrive that perhaps could work for you, but since it's from 2022 it more then likely needs an update. Check it out if you like and let us know. I'll try to see if I can confirm the steps also with the latest version, but will have to do that later this week or the upcoming weekend.

Where it says " Use your business mail " you would instead use your personal account, unless you actually have a business account.
 

ruve

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Jan 2, 2024
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To those finding this from a google search, let me add another app that's been working fine for me: RAIDRIVE. Just google it. It creates a drive (virtual) that allows access (in real time) to your cloud. Of course you must be connected to internet for it to work.
 

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