AirFile - Cloud Manager for OneDrive Business and Office 365

Developer: Tuyen Dinh

Current Version: 2.8.2

Last Updated: 9 months ago

Download Size: 5.7 MB - Download


AirFile lets you manage multiple Dropbox, Box, GoogleDrive, OneDrive, OneDrive for Business, Bitcasa, Copy, OwnCloud, FTP, SFTP, WebDAV, Amazon S3, DreamObjects in one place.

#1 Dropbox, Box, OneDrive, OneDrive for Business, FTP, SFTP, Amazon S3, WebDAV app in the App Store!

#2 Productivity app in the App Store!

Are you looking for an app that allows for accessing multiple Dropbox, multiple Box, multiple GoogleDrive, multiple OneDrive, etc.? AirFile is exactly an app designed for this use case.

It allows you to add multiple clouds, email multiple files, upload any files to clouds, download photos and videos onto the device, sort files with many different options, transfer files between clouds, edit and save text files back to clouds, restore deleted files, and a lot more.

AirFile supports most of popular clouds: Dropbox, Box, GoogleDrive, OneDrive, OneDrive for Business, Bitcasa, Copy, SugarSync, ownCloud. It also supports many network servers: WebDAV, Amazon S3, DreamObjects, FTP, SFTP.

***** SamAustralia: "To me, it was very helpful. I have tried many other apps, non of them was able to help me with what I wanted to do with my cloud accounts like AirFile. It is good."

***** Rhoknee: "Elegant yet effective - It love this app. It is so well designed yet it does what it does so effectively. I can move files or even folders between my cloud spaces with so much ease. It has helped me organise my spaces."

***** DavidPro59: "It’s amazing app! - It’s amazing app, it makes dropbox better. Now I can managed and transfer files between my dropbox account and my company accounts (GoogleDrive). Thanks!"

- Accessing two Dropbox accounts, one for personal use, the other for company use.
- Transferring files between two cloud accounts.
- Emailing one or more files as attachments.
- Uploading any files from any apps to any clouds.
- Downloading videos from clouds to the device for offline use.
- Sorting files by modified date, name, size or kind.
- Copy files from Dropbox to GoogleDrive, and vice versa.
- Open a text file in your Dropbox, edit the content, save back to your Dropbox.
- Restore deleted files right in the app.
- Share public links to any files.

- Slick design.
- Fantastic user experience.
- Dual panes makes file transfer so simple.

- It uses OAuth protocol to access your data. It does not store your password.
- We respect user privacy. AirFile does not send and use any user data.


Release Notes:

- Fixes a bug that causes Box login to be blank after granted access


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 2.2.0
Review by Need-a-Nerd

Essential App - This is a great app for supporting mutiple cloud accounts. And with Sharepoint and OneDrive for Business support, its an almost essential app for any Mac user that uses 365. The author is very responsive on issues and suggestions (I had a OneDrive issue but he resolved it right away). Well worth the $9.95.

Found helpful by 4 out of 4 people
Version 2.8.2
Review by ethanbrand

Mac app store restriction - Buyer beware…the Mac app store version does not allow access to your local file system. They state this on their website, but I didn’t see that until it was too late, and now I’m out $$$. The seller needs to update this listing to reflect that you can’t upload local files to a cloud service, like S3, for example.

Found helpful by 36 out of 37 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 2.8.2
Review by MTT727

Missing some important ones... - No support of iCloud or Amazon Cloud (non-S3). The (Vietnam) site is moribund. I expected better for $9.99.

Found helpful by 5 out of 6 people
Version 2.8.2
Review by 1pp1k10k4m1

Very well done - PROS: • Made managing my online storage a breeze. (3 Dropbox accounts, 4 OneDrive accounts, Copy account, Box account, 3 Google Drive accounts, etc) • Stable • Couldn’t be much easier to use • Accurately reflects available and used storage • Well worth the $ CONS: • Files (and larger than 70 or 80 MB) often fail to upload to ANY storage provider, I’ve had this issue with OneDrive, Google Drive, and Dropbox so far, tested on all of the accounts I listed related to those services). I think it must be the program because it works great with the original apps, it times out with Airfile, so I’m thinking maybe there is a timeout setting the developer could raise? I dunno, but I’d like to see that fixed. I can’t ding it a star for now, but if it weren’t fixed, it would be a 4 star program (in my mind, even if I can’t later edit this). OTHER THOUGHTS: If you have multiple accounts, this is definitely the best tool to manage them as of this writing (12/20/2014). It actually enhances the services themselves! Makes Dropbox a more pleasant experience for me without having to sync everything to my computer! (bc I don’t have 5TB of storage available on my laptop and hate plugging in an external drive every time I need to access a single file…)

Found helpful by 4 out of 6 people
Version 2.8.2
Review by Cyberqar

FINALLY found this! - I’ve been searchign for an app like thsi for a few days. I need to clean up my messy Google Drive and this is *exactly* what i was looking for. Simple, fast, easy and obvious to use. The worst part is the name. “AirFile” says nothing abotu what it really does. I’d recommend something more direct like Cloud File Control or Cloud File Manager and maybe the next person will find it easier then I did!

Found helpful by 3 out of 3 people
Version 2.8.2
Review by djadamjay

Love the app but where are the Mac app updates? - Lots of new features in the iOS app, like Mediafire cloud capabilities. Seems the Mac app doesn’t get as frequent feature updates as the iOS app.

Found helpful by 3 out of 3 people
Version 2.8.2
Review by WaterMark2

Doesn’t Work for OneDrive for Business - Okay app for Dropbox and OneDrive but doesn’t work with OneDrive for Business in spite of what it says in product description. What a waste - no product support (developer’s website is bad joke). I’m out $$ and still no way to reliably manage OneDrive for Business files from my Mac. Don’t waste your money.

Found helpful by 2 out of 3 people