Cloud Storage Services are important to users

Nowadays, cloud storage services are more and more popular in computer users. Users stored their data to local hard drives, external hard drives, NAS drives, and cloud storage services. They all have its own advantages and disadvantages. For example, if you store data to the local hard drive, it is very convenient, but it may take a lot of space of your hard drive, and once your hard drive broken, you need face the problem “data loss”. Cloud storage services are different with others. You can sign up an account on the website, and then, you can use it to store data online with no physical hard drives. You can use your data stored on the cloud storage services on any computer in anywhere with sign in your account.

Cloud storage services provides users limited free space to use. Considering the limited free space, many users has created multiple accounts or using multiple cloud storage services to store more data. CloudMe and Cubby are two different famous cloud storage services. If you use those two cloud drives to store your data, you may need to migrate data between CloudMe and Cubby. Well, how to migrate data between CloudMe and Cubby?

The ways to migrate data between CloudMe and Cubby

The traditional way to move files between cloud drives should be download files from one cloud drive to a local hard drive, then, re-upload them to another cloud drive. However, this way is complex. You need to open two website and the download and upload speed will be influenced by the size of files, and the network speed.

Fortunately, there is a more convenient and easier way for cloud transferring free. Here we highly recommend you an application MultCloud. With the help of MultCloud, you can put multiple cloud drives into one free App for managing files and transferring files across Cloud Drive easily. MultCloud supports many cloud drives free, including CloudMe, Cubby, Google Drives, AmazonS3, Dropbox, Box, OneDrive, FTP, Amazon, Mydrive, WEB.DE, Yandex, Hidrive, Baidu, MediaFire, ownCloud, Alfresco, ADrive, Flickr, HubiC, Mysql, Evernote, MEGA, SugarSync. How to migrate data between CloudMe and Cubby with MultCloud? You can follow the guide below.

First, open the website of MultCloud, click “Sign up” or “Create an Account” to start using MultCloud.

sign up

Input the information needed to create MultCloud account.

create account

Then, you can add your cloud drives to your MultCloud. Click Add Cloud Drives, then, select CloudMe, click Next.

add cloudme

Type in the information of your CloudMe account to add it to MultCloud.

cloudme account

Then, use the same way to add your another cloud drive Cubby to MultCloud.

Notes: You can still add more cloud drives to MultCloud if you have, so that you can manage your multiple cloud drives on one place. All the cloud drives will be listed at the left pane of the page.

After adding cloud drives to MultCloud, you can use it to migrate data between CloudMe and Cubby. Click Transfer at the top.


Then, select the directory you want to transfer and the target directory you want to save the files to between CloudMe and Cubby.

migrate data between cloud drives

It’s possible to sync Google Docs to Evernote in this step but the premise is that both Google Drive and Evernote have been added. (Update: MultCloud developed cloud sync service start from 4.0 version.)

Finally, click Run Now to launch the program.


  1. MultCloud provides you to set up schedule task for migrate data.
  2. MultCloud allows you to set up a notification after the task completed.

MultCloud provides you many other utility for managing your cloud drives. You can use it to combine Dropbox and OneDrive accounts, migrate files from MEGA to another cloud storage service, etc.

Multcloud Key Features

  • Cloud Transfer

    Transfer files in cloud drives, FTP and WebDav for easily file management and information delivery.

  • Cloud Sync

    Sync two clouds or directories in two clouds through two-way sync or one-way sync.

  • Cloud Explorer

    Combine multiple cloud storages into one and manage them like in Windows explorer.