So far as I know, no one is making any money with online cloud storage. Yet. But here’s a free and easy way to use your Mac to sync a folder of files to six different online storage services. Think ‘right click‘ and done.
MacDropAny. Almost. Any.
The good news is that MacDropAny is free and works spectacularly well to sync a folder of files on your Mac to any one of six popular online storage services.
These include DropBox, Box, Copy, Google Drive, iClouDrive, and even Microsoft’s SkyDrive. That’s a hefty list, but doesn’t include iCloud or Amazon CloudDrive (**Note: the developer says to use his iClouDrive app to sync files to iCloud).
Still, free is free, and simple is simple, and that’s what MacDropAny is. Simple.
Install MacDropAny. Choose a folder on your Mac to sync or backup to an online service.
Then, select a service from the MacDropAny menu of cloud services. Finally, select where you want the folder to sync.
MacDropAny does the rest, automatically, behind the scenes. Did I mention it’s free?
Any folder on your Mac can be synchronized and backed up with any of the six cloud services on the list.
That’s the good news. In other news, MacDropAny is an app created by Sebastian Hallum Clarke of New Zealand. He’s a teenager. A smart teenager with a number of very clever, highly useful Mac apps, including a new favorite called Quicksand which is mostly amazing. Open a file on your Mac and it’s automatically synced to a popular cloud service.
This kid is going places.