odrive uses OAuth with the most popular services to allow extremely simple, seamless signup, login, and linking of your storage. There are no additional usernames or passwords to keep track of and odrive never sees your credentials.
odrive supports OAuth with Google, Microsoft, Facebook, Amazon, and Dropbox
In this example I've used Google to signup and odrive has automatically linked my Google Drive storage. From here you can use the web client to browse (detailed listing or gallery view), upload, download, share, rename, and delete your linked data. (Learn more here)
odrive supports over 20 additional storage types, so make sure you link the rest of your storage to get access to everything in one place!
Even though the web client is an powerful tool on its own, odrive really shines once you start using the desktop client and agents.
Download and install the appropriate client from the links at the bottom of the main web client page. There is no limit on the number of clients you can install.
The odrive desktop clients provide advanced sync capabilities utilizing a progressive sync engine and placeholder technology.
Once you have the client installed you can immediately browse and sync all of your storage.
Placeholder files represent your files (.cloud) and folders (.cloudf) in the cloud, but do not take up any local disk space.
Interacting with placeholder files within Finder and Explorer works the same way as any normal file. Just double-click to browse or open. Files and folders will be synced, on demand, based on your interactions.
New files that are added or existing files that are updated are automatically synced to the cloud.
Updated about a month ago