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We've compiled a list of 10 free and paid alternatives to cloudGoo. The primary competitors include Koofr, MultCloud. In addition to these, users also draw comparisons between cloudGoo and odrive, Cloud Combine, Gennarino. Also you can look at other similar options here: Backup and Sync Software.

Koofr is a safe, secure and simple way to store, backup and share your documents, photos, videos...

It's free app, which can combine cloud drives for Dropbox, Box, Google Docs, SkyDrive...

An app that makes it easy to manage, access, and share all of your files from one place. Integration into over 20 services, full desktop sync, placeholder files, a robust web client, and advanced sharing capabilities.

Gennarino shines the clouds! He helps you to get up to 50GB of free cloud storage at one place.

CloudCube is the powerful management tool for for browse and sync data with your cloud storages.

Remote File Manager is the powerful intuitive file browser and viewer for iOS.

Save any files from the internet to Google Drive without downloading it to your computer and...

Create the cloud storage you need for free. Think big.

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cloudGoo Overview

Create the cloud storage you need for free.
Think big.

Create as much space as you need for your photos, videos, music, and files. Simply connect and stick together free storage drives with cloudGOO. cloudGOO works with Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, Amazon Cloud Drive, Box, iCloud (on iPhone) and many more. You can connect an unlimited number of accounts to cloudGOO for each supported cloud storage provider

cloudGoo Features

tick-square Cloud Storage

cloudGoo Platforms

iPad Android iPhone

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