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odrive is a free service that makes it easy to manage, access, and share all of your files from one place. odrive supports integrations into more than 20 storage services, has full bi-directional desktop sync clients, CLI-based clients (including Linux), zero-knowledge encryption, placeholder files, a robust web client, advanced sharing capabilities, and more.
You can use odrive with:
Office 365/Microsoft OneDrive for Business
S3 Compatible Storage
Google Cloud Storage
Link as many accounts as you need, even multiple accounts on the same service.
The separate odrive Sync Agent, which supports Linux, Windows, and MacOS, provides advances users with a flexible, scriptable interface to odrive's powerful Progressive Sync engine. Use it to bring cloud access to almost any environment.
Subscription that costs about $9 per month. Price may vary depending on commitment and so on.
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Cross Platform, Able to connect to onedrive for business, manual sync, selective sync, Scheduled sync supported If Unexpected error happens on system files, sync will stopped (temporary solution are...See why people do not like odrive 😡 Post your review
The only usefulness is locked behind a paywall so I uninstalled it.
I simply want a program that will sync specific files/folders on my PC to cloud storage. With the free version of this program you have to move all your files/folders into one odrive folder. That's bizarre and undesirable.
Looking for an alternative. Will update when I find one.
Megasync works well enough and gives you 50 GB of free storage.
[Edited by MaximilianKohler, June 10]
I'm an Engineer at odrive, so I'm definitely not the most neutral person on the planet regarding this, but I genuinely feel that you still get a ton of value out of our free version.
For anyone curious, here is a post that goes into everything, in depth, so you know exactly what you get in the Free and Premium options. I know it can sometimes be a little bit unclear because we have a lot of different features. https://forum.odrive.com/t/what-is-free-vs-paid-premium/961/4
Another tardy reply here (sorry), but we've continued to work on addressing user issues and adding new features, so it may be worth another look now.
Little worrisome that their blog hasn't been updated since 2016 and some of their Twitter reviews seem to have broken profile pics.
Glad to hear @TonyMags!
A good service with a little lack of PR wouldn't hurt. odrive's been around for years ad looks like they'll continue to be..
and for you mr. odrive, use zapier for god's sake :)) and please update your content automatically. david has a just point on this one
Leaves after its uninstalling a lot of junk files, registry entries, and even non-removable (the usual way), labels/icons (for example, in the left sidebar of the Explorer): -3 stars.
Sorry about that initial experience. We have since corrected the Windows uninstall so that it does not leave residue around.
I love it and hope they can get it to work with the new Google Drive Backup and Sync features. I can't use it until then.
I know this comment is coming very late, but the product has improved by leaps and bounds over the years and is definitely worth another look.
Strongsync. Subscription is too expensive.