We’re being enticed to use the cloud with dozens of services which offer free online storage. Wouldn’t it be cool to control the major cloud account services from one app? And then aggregate all the free storage available to create one large cloud storage?
AirFile is half way there.
This Mac, iPhone, and iPad app manages most of the popular cloud services from a single app. Which ones? Dropbox, Box, Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, Copy, Bitcasa, SugarSync, Amazon S3, was well as WebDAV, FTP and sFTP, even DreamObjects.
Once you setup your account information for each service, AirFile displays a Finder-like interface to view and manage files for each service, even giving you the option to transfer files between cloud services, all from a single control center. AirFile even handles multiple accounts, so you can segregate personal and business.
Because most of the cloud services offer free gigabytes of storage up to a maximum, I would like to see an aggregation feature added to AirFile. Storage from your Mac spread across multiple cloud services to grow the storage amount without paying extra.