Sync everything you have Online into one place….

A couple of weeks ago i discovered an app that does something i always wanted to do – Link all apps that host my online files.

Every photo myself and Triona take on our phones are backed up to a single dropbox, but i also have a dropbox for work and for personal stuff like music. Add to that my Google Drive and my OneDrive and all of a sudden, all that free online storage becomes dispersed. Now add all those Facebook , Twitter and Instagram photos i have and you have about 10 locations for all my stuff online.

Then i find odrive….and shit just got sorted !!!


Link all your Apps

To add an app to odrive, double-click the app folder and login. This gives odrive permission to connect directly to your account, so you can sync your files to your desktop.

You can use odrive with Dropbox, Facebook, Google Drive, Gmail, Instagram, Microsoft OneDrive, Salesforce, and Oxygen Cloud, with many more integrations in the works.

Access multiple accounts from the same app

odrive makes it easy to access multiple accounts from one place. There is no need to login and out of your accounts to switch between them. Add as many accounts as you need.

Progressive Sync for only what you want

odrive’s lightweight Progressive Sync technology syncs files and folders as you browse into them. This way you aren’t forced to sync tons of files you don’t need.

Unsync your folders to save space

odrive allows you to remove files or entire folders from your computer by unsyncing them. Your files stay safely stored in your app’s storage and can be easily accessed again anytime.

Unlink your app from odrive

No longer using Dropbox? You can easily unlink any app folder from your odrive. You’ll have the option to keep the files on your computer or discard them if you no longer need them.

Communicate your data securely

Files in transit are always securely encrypted.

Your odrive folder connects and authenticates directly against the third party app of your choice (Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive, etc.) This means we never see your passwords and we do not store or copy any of your files.


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