Techies, by nature, are curious and have an irritating habit of trying out any type of new software, gadget or device that they can get their hands on. The result is a collection of tutorials, software setups, program snippets, articles, books etc. on computer hard drive and multiple storage accounts across the web. Amidst all the learning drive, tech-savvy people lose passwords to these accounts and get frustrated with syncing each account separetely. There can be two ways to handle such situation; either stick to one storage account and buy all the storage needed or use odrive and manage all your storage accounts from one place.
You can add a storage account to odrive when you give permission to connect directly to your account, after that you can sync your files to your desktop. You can use odrive with Dropbox, Facebook, Google Drive, Gmail, Instagram, Microsoft OneDrive, Salesforce, and Oxygen Cloud, with many more integrations in the works.
It does not matter how many accounts you have for a single storage space. You can link all of these accounts to odrive and never again worry about logging out of one account to get into another one. Another smart feature of odrive is its lightweight Progressive Sync technology which syncs files and folders as you browse into them instead of syncing tons of files you don’t need. This way you can save the storage space and sync only the most important files to your account.
All the files in transit are securely encrypted which means that odrive does not see your passwords nor it stores or copy any of your files.
odrive is definitely a blessing in disguise for me and I am off to getting all my documents at one place. You can also download the beta version for free from here and share your experience with us.