Transfer Your Files Between Cloud Storage Services with Rainbow
Cloud storage has been vital to PC and smartphone users for quite some time. These online storage services allow us to easily store and access our private data, as well as share it with friends and family. The different services vary in terms of aspects such as space, syncing abilities, and speed. But overall, they all serve the same purpose: to keep your files safe.
If you use more than one cloud storage service, you may grow confused regarding which file is where. To avoid the confusion of having to look for a particular item, its’ a good idea to sync data between all your accounts. XDA Forum Member Vasilis77 created a helpful application that allows you do such a previously tedious task with just few clicks.
With Rainbow, you can transfer your data between Dropbox, Bitcasa, Box, Pogoplug, OneDrive, Google Drive, and SugarSync. The application has simple UI, but serves its purpose as intended. All you need to do is sign into your account and choose which files should be transferred.
You can geat started with Rainbow by visiting the application thread.
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