Cloudswave Score for Otixo
Rating based on 4 Critic Reviews
Erez Zukerman, on Tech Hive
While Otixo supports a wide range of cloud-based storage services, it doesn't support everything. For example, I use CrashPlan to back up my entire computer to the cloud, but Otixo doesn't offer a CrashPlan connection. Still, if you use more than one cloud storage service and are sometimes not sure which files are where, Otixo can come in handy.
Melanie Pinola, on Life Hacker
If you're using more than one cloud storage service (hard not to, with all the free space being thrown around), managing your files between them can be tricky. Otixo gives you a centralized view of all your online files for easy copying and pasting between accounts from the web interface or through a mapped drive on your desktop.
Otixo is ideal for anyone who utilizes more than one file storage service that is supported by the site. The current list includes a number of very popular services, including Dropbox and Google Docs. The user can save time and make file management far more convenient. Files can be accessed through a single account from anywhere with an internet connection. The user can click and drag items to move them around without having to log in and out of their accounts.
Justin Stravarius, on AppStorm
It’s the annoyance of accessing many different cloud apps for every single task that ticks me. But now with Otixo in the mix, that’s not a problem at all. The friendly, intuitive interface and the ability to switch between multiple accounts blazing fast are the two strong suits of Otixo. I’ve decided to use Otixo on a daily basis, but I would like to know how much data I consume at constant intervals, if not in real time.
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