MultiDrive for Google Drive
Developer: pick tim
Current Version: 1.5
Last Updated: 26 days ago
Download Size: 32.2 MB - Download
The only one app in App Store that allows you to work with multiple Google Drive accounts.
MultiDrive is a Google Drive native app that combines multiple accounts support, advanced syncing and sharing features with elegance and simplicity. Built for the power user, MultiDrive extends Drive's web functionality to your desktop by integrating tightly with Mac so you can get work done.
- Support multiple Google accounts.
- Access your Google drive files directly from Finder include Google docs files.
- Selective syncing of folders and files.
- Realtime sync the change files, folders in Google Drive to local.
- Realtime sync the change file, folders, from local to Google drive.
- Work with Google Drive files when you are offline. Your changes will sync automatically next time when you online.
- Easy open and edit Google docs (docs, spreadsheets, slides) files in app with multiple accounts.
- Desktop notifications.
- Built-in quick public sharing (no need to visit browser) .
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Most Helpful Reviews
Best way to manage multiple Google Drive accounts - I active use 5 different Google Drive accounts for personal and business use and this app has been a game changer. The selective sync functionality work pretty well and now i can access all my G-suites application across all my accounts. Update: New update fixed Sync badges in FinderSync issue, now i could create public share link for files from Finder window.Good work!
Verry Buggy App - Unusable - App was very buggy. Windows often failed to load the first time. Removing last account entry crashes the app completely. No document functionality at all. Attempting to open a document results in just a blank window. At best it seams to only do directory syncing, which the google drive app already does, so not needed. Grabbed it for its claim to be able to open the documents internally without using a browser, but that seams to be an epic fail.