Access All Your Cloud Online Files in One Place with OTIXO

Having several free online storage accounts give you lots of space to store your files, but it very difficult to manage all these files same time. And also it difficult to remember which file are saved in which service. But with the help of OTIXO you can access and manage all your online files in one single place. With OTIXO web service you can connect services like Dropbox, Box, Google Docs, SugarSync, Picasa, MobileMe, Amazon S3, FTP sites and WebDav drives in one place. You can get 250 MB of free bandwidth usage for per month or pay $9.99 for Unlimited Bandwidth Usage.

Getting Started

selecting cloud services

Selecting Cloud Services

To use the free service go to Otixo and signup for free account. After the signup choose the cloud service that needs to be linked to the Otixo account. All popular cloud apps are supported just select your service and continue.

Adding a Display Name

Adding a Display Name

Enter your name and click ‘Authorize’. A request will be sent to the cloud service provider and you may need to sign in to confirm. Click ‘Grant access’ to sync the account.

Files from a Linked Cloud Service

Files from a Linked Cloud Service

After the authorization of your Online account, you can see all you online account at one place. All the cloud services are listed in a panel on the left. To view files in another cloud, simply click it and and files will be synced.

Otixo File Actions

Otixo File Actions

Now from the above toolbar you can copy or cut and then paste files from one connected cloud service to another. You can also rename and delete files. Click Download to save the file locally or upload a file from your PC to a cloud account.

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Sidharth Rathore is Tech Blogger and Gamer, who love's to write about Mobile Tips, How to Guides, Google, Microsoft, Android and Games. Sidharth Rathore lives in Agra, India. And the co-editor and admin of Technobuzz

  1. Gaurang March 1, 2012 at 4:57 am

    Great tool as it becomes difficult to manage multiple cloud accounts at the same time.

  2. Carl Jenkins March 17, 2012 at 10:32 pm

    Not as powerful and not as many Cloud Services as the SMEStorage service, and pricy at $9.99 per month….think I’ll stay with what I have but nice to say this aggregator space becoming competitive.

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