iOS: You probably don't store all your files in one cloud service. For example, you may have links and notes in Evernote, documents in Google Drive, and images in Dropbox. Octonious not only browses and searches through all of these services, but also lets users create "collections" to share with others.
You'll need to grant access to those three services, and you can connect only one account for each. Once you're set up, Octonius has four basic parts:
- Flow: Latest updates in any of your accounts.
- Browse: Browse your accounts.
- Search: Universal search for all your accounts.
- Collections: Group files from different accounts.
For any file, you can swipe from the right to add a note to it, add a reminder, add it to a collection or share it (through email or Evernote only). Collections are really handy as you can group together files from various places and share the whole collection, which appears as an email in your recipient's inbox with downloadable links for all the files. The download links are to the original files and Octonius doesn't seem to store them on its own servers.