Some do it in sneaky, behind-the-scenes ways. Take online storage. Please. Every tech company that can draw a cloud is getting into the online storage arena with free storage. Wouldn’t it be nice to manage all that free storage from one app?
My Files Manages My Files
Storing your files in an online cloud service is rather easy. The model is Dropbox which gives you free gigabytes of storage but also integrates storage with thousands of apps.
There must be big money in online storage because all the big tech dawgs are dipping their toes and nose deep into the pile.
Apple has iCloud. Microsoft has SkyDrive. Google has Drive. And there are plenty of others.
So, I got to thinking about all this free stuff. Each of those online cloud storage services wants me to use up the free storage and then pay for more storage by the month.
Wouldn’t it be cool to have an app that manages multiple free storage accounts and treats them as one?
Enter My Files to manage my files.
That’s it. One app, multiple online storage accounts.
Use My Files to search for files across all your free storage accounts. Share files via email, iMessage, or upload to the web.
My Files keeps track of the free space and moves files from one service’s folder to another service’s folder to keep you from using too much storage to the point where you’d have to pay.
It’s like getting 25 gigabytes of storage for free.
What’s not included? No option to use Apple’s iCloud. Yet. When that comes it will be perfect. As it is, you’ll still get change back from $2.