Windows/Mac/iOS/Android/WP: Wrangling multiple cloud storage accounts with files scattered across all of them? Jumptuit is a new service that offers a single master account for all your accounts, a unified search box to search all of them, and one app you can use to browse, stream or move files around .
Jumptuit connects to services including Dropbox, OneDrive, Google Drive and Box. Once they're all connected, you can use the Jumptuit app to find music files, photos, movies or other documents in any of them. You can open files in the Jumptuit app, or move them from one device to another or one cloud account to another, which is especially useful. For example, you can stream movies from Dropbox or music from Box in the same app on any device, and copy documents from OneDrive to Google Drive quickly.
The service has native apps for the iPhone and iPad, Android phones and tablets, Windows, Mac and Windows Phone, and a webapp you can use for access where the native apps aren't installed. I asked a rep from the service how it would protect user privacy, and was told that Jumptuit never sees your password for any of the services, and only logs in through third-party authentication services (Facebook Connect, Twitter, Google and OAuth. The app explains its required permissions before connecting to any service.
Here's the catch: Jumptuit is free for any combination of four devices and cloud services. If you want more, it will set you back $US10/month or $US100/year. If you don't use a lot of devices, or you only have a few cloud services, it can help — but the more you use, the less useful it is, and the price is fairly hefty.