AirFile for Mac
AirFile is a streamlined Mac OS X and iOS application that enables you to access and manage the files in various cloud services, such as Dropbox, Box or Google Drive from a single desktop user interface. It also allows you to transfer files between cloud services and between your local disk and cloud services.
The application features an intuitive main window divided into 2 panes, which make it ideal to transfer files. After connecting to at least one account, you can view the files and folders in that location as a detailed list containing the following information: name, date modified, size and kind. Files can also be sorted based on a criterion.
Furthermore, AirFile supports numerous cloud services: Dropbox, Google Drive, SkyDrive, Box, Copy, SugarSync, as well as the following network servers: WebDAV, Amazon S3, FTP and SFTP. Connecting to one of the cloud services is a simple procedure, as it requires only the username and password.
Navigating contents in a service is just like browsing the files in the Finder. The app even shows the path location and number of selected and total files in a folder. To transfer files between cloud locations, just use the “Copy / Move to the left and right” command from the contextual menu of files.
Moreover, AirFile also comes with other smaller features, such as creating a new folder, opening a selected file with a certain app, previewing it using QuickLook, duplicating, permanently deleting files and sharing it via email, as a shortened URL and emailing it as attachment.
To conclude, AirFile is a great software solution for people who use multiple cloud services at once. The app makes it a breeze to delete, upload and copy files between cloud services. It works just like a simple file browser and the price / value ratio is excellent.