Cloud Commander Displays All Your Cloud Folders In One Place

Cloud Commander Displays All Your Cloud Folders In One Place

Mac: Hopefully, you’re backing up all your data in multiple places. This might include using both Dropbox and Box, or Flickr and Picasa. Unfortunately, this redundancy makes it hard to browse all those files. Cloud Commander helps organise it all.

When you first load up Cloud Commander, you’re shown all of your various cloud storage services. From there, you can easily browse each folder and organise your files. The nice part of Cloud Commander is having it all in one place. You can connect to all your cloud services in one place, view everything at once, and easily check your storage for each at a glance. From there, you can look at files, move things around or Quick Look at anything inside the folders.

Cloud Commander ($6.49) [Mac App Store via MacWorld]

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