Whether you're an individual or a business owner, you can use oDrive to access all of your cloud storage services in one place.
- Unify dozens of different cloud storage services in one place
- Share files through web links and modify them with passwords and expiration dates
- Automatically sync your hard drive's files to the cloud
- Huge amount of cloud services supported
- Free for up to five synced accounts
- Impressively strong security protocol
- Sharing services aren't as robust as they could be
- Requires subscription plan for syncing more than five accounts
- Web interface could use some work
The rise of cloud storage has taken the world by storm, and we could be looking at a near future where almost all of our most important information and memories are digitized and stored remotely. But as cloud storage becomes more accessible, convenient, and as the volume of services that offer cloud storage expand rapidly, it's going to become increasingly hard to remember exactly what is stored where. While there's no small number of cloud storage services around, there's no one size fits all solution for everyone. That's where oDrive comes in. Who needs one size when you can fit all the sizes inside a single box and access them at your leisure? oDrive hasn't met a cloud storage service it can't make a part of the family. This all-encompassing service takes the cloud storage services you use in your day to day life and puts them all together in a single package. That means that no matter how you sort the things you need to store, you can have access to your personal and business documents all in one single source. The diversity offered is pretty impressive. From Google applications like Gmail and Drive to communications platforms like Slack and Instagram to more traditional cloud storage platforms like OneDrive and Box, the integration features are top notch, and they can all be accessed with a single password and sign-in. But what really makes oDrive special is its unlimited syncing with your hard drive. While a service that lets you access all of your cloud storage is useful, a service that integrates what's available remotely with what's available locally is a game changer. Files can be edited locally and then automatically changed on your cloud server, and you can access any files without having to actually save them to your machine - a lifesaver when you're working with the limited storage capacity on many computers. It accomplishes by using placeholder files in place of real files, giving you the advantages of working on a real document without having to deal with any lasting clutter on your PC. Automatic backup services allow you to select the most important files and folders on your computer and automatically save them to the cloud. That means that whenever you make changes locally, you can rest easy knowing that there's a replica copy floating securely in the digital space. oDrive works just as well as a business service as it does a form of personal software, and it's in large part due to the flexible sharing functions built into the app. You can create any number of different share groups so that you can compartmentalize the various assets your different teams need to use, and all of these groups can be assigned password protection to ensure that only the right eyes reach each folder. Expiration dates can also be set and assigned to specific members.