Jolidrive: Organize All Your Cloud Storage In One Place

There are so many websites out there offering you a place to store your data in the cloud. It can be hard to keep track of everything, and logging into each site individually can be a serious pain and time waster. The cloud is meant to make life easier, but logging into a lot of different services to make the most of all the available free space is certainly not adding efficiency to anyone’s life.

Enter Jolidrive, a place where you can link all of your cloud storage accounts and get access to all the different services from one place.

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Jolidrive offers a slew of services that can be connected. Box, Dropbox, YouTube, Facebook, Google Drive, Skydrive, Instagram, Flickr, Tumblr and more are available. It only takes a few seconds to connect each of them, and once you do, you can get access to all of your files in one handy place.

For many of the services, you can even edit the files right from the Jolidrive page, so there is literally no reason to leave the site to manage your files.

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The interface for Jolidrive is very slick and easy to navigate. Each of your connected services is listed on the left side of the screen, and clicking one will open up the files and folders available on the right side of the screen. From here, you can do pretty much whatever you want with the files, all without needing to go the individual sites.

Sites like YouTube allow you to view your videos and videos from your subscriptions right from within Jolidrive.

Features:

  • Access all of your online storage services in one place.
  • Use sites like Box, Dropbox, YouTube, Facebook, Google Drive, Skydrive, Instagram, Flickr, Tumblr and more.
  • Edit and manage files directly from the website.
  • Easy to use interface.
  • Mobile and desktop version of website.

Check out JoliDrive @ http://www.jolicloud.com

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