Cloud storage nowadays play a huge part of our lives. They are also replacements for the usual thumb drives and external HDDs that require you to carry around and consumes space. Naturally cloud storage services become more and more popular when the cloud can provide you with more space (virtual) and consuming much less space (physical) at the same time.
If you look into the market there are plenty of options for you to get into cloud storage; there is the most famous one Dropbox, iCloud, Google Drive, and Microsoft’s very own OneDrive. Plenty of us would be using at least one of these services. Some of us use multiple combinations of these cloud storages which can be pretty confusing at times when you’re looking for a specific file in one of these storages.
Fret not, help is on the way. A forum member of XDA Developers which goes with the username Vasilis77 actually developed a helpful application which would help sync multiple cloud storages. It is called Rainbow and what it does is it helps you transfer your files between the different cloud storages with just a few simple clicks. It’s got a very simple UI to use and you only need to sign in into your cloud storage accounts to use the service. Get it here.
Source: XDA Developers