5 Best Cloud Manage Apps For Android – Last week we talked about cloud storage taking a look at the applications dedicated to individual services trying to highlight the differences, taking into account the fact that, in the end, they all have the same purpose and now tend to offer the same advantages.
Today, however, we are aiming for something else, something a little more varied and less obvious: we see 5 of the best Android apps that allow you to manage different cloud storage services at the same time.
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5 Best Cloud Manage Apps For Android
We had already talked to you about CloudMagic and maybe you will remember it because it proposes itself in a different way than the competition.
In fact, the software is not known to the public for managing files on different accounts, but above all for the possibility of adding different services and then carrying out a single large search , so as to avoid embarrassing situations such as ” I don’t remember where I uploaded that file “.
The services available to you range from Dropbox to Microsoft Office 365 , passing through iCloud and Gmail. In short, practically nothing is missing and if you usually use many accounts it is definitely for you.
Pros : Free, many different services, great, intuitive search
Cons : it does not offer other particular functions
SanDisk Memory Zone
Even SanDisk Memory Zone is not an absolute novelty for AndroidWorld readers since our Lorenzo Delli had reviewed it last summer.
For all those who have lost it, however, we briefly summarize the features: free, intuitive, with a good division of the internal memory , but above all with the possibility of adding your Box, Dropbox, Google Docs, Picasa, SugarSync, SkyDrive and even accounts. Facebook .
As if that weren’t enough, the tool of the company of the same name also allows you to back up your phone by choosing which service to load it on. Would you dare ask him for more?
Pros : free, excellent integration with various accounts, possibility to backup, well-finished interface
Cons : not received
ES File Manager
It was updated just a few days ago, changing the interface and adding many other functions, but the one for which it enters our column by right is obviously the support for cloud storage.ES File Manager allows you to use Dropbox, Google Drive, SkyDrive, Box, Sugarsync, Yandex and Amazon S3 .
Practically everything you could want, not to mention that you can use it (perhaps it would be better to say “you must”) as a file manager , also because it is the features for which it was born and has had the opportunity to spread among users.
Pros : Free, feature-rich, support for major cloud services, good interface
Cons : not received
ASTRO File Manager
Let’s face it: when you are looking for a file manager ASTRO is one of the first you see and install. Complete , with a pleasant and elegant UI , intuitive and with support for USB sticks .
Difficult to find some defects, especially if we add support to some of the most famous and used cloud storage services: Google Drive, Dropbox, Box, SkyDrive and, as if that weren’t enough, Facebook .
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You will undoubtedly end up loving it also because, just like ES File Manager, it primarily performs the essential function of letting you browse the memory of your phone. If you’ve never tried it, now is the time to do it.
Pros : free, great graphics, support for the most popular cloud services, simple
Cons : some users complain of small bugs and small shortcomings
Hojoki Cloud storage
The last app that we propose is not exactly one of the best known, but it is undoubtedly one of those that most impressed us.
We don’t know about you, but we often find ourselves collaborating online with several people, which means, for convenience, relying on cloud storage and many other services “on the cloud”.
Imagine the effort of notifying everyone for everything every time, using tons of apps or tabs on your browser. Hojoki allows you to combine a whole range of services in one place to make collaboration easy and immediate .
You can use Drive, Dropbox, Box, Evernote, CloudApp, SkyDrive, BaseCamp, GitHub and so on … The list is endless. You have what to indulge yourself.
Pros : free, excellent web version, a lot of services at your disposal,
Cons : Occasional login problems