Thanks to my self-diagnosed addiction to trying new things out, which I have my tech guru friends to thank, I have decided to test out CloudHQ and see what it’s all about. These same friends are the same people who tempted me to try out all sorts of other online and cloud-based services, so it makes sense that they have enlightened me in regards to the very existence of CloudHQ.
My CloudHQ Toolset
Here is a rough list of the assortment of services that I currently use and hope to unify and/or streamline with CloudHQ…
- 3 Google Drive Accounts (1 paid upgrade)
- 1 Dropbox (paid upgrade)
- Evernote *Especially the Skitch app extension*
- 3 Gmail Accounts (personal, college, and work)
- And probably a few more that I can’t even recall
Okay, I’ve been using cloudHQ for a few days now and it is flat-out epic (plus it saves me a boatload of time on the regular). I use a handful of cloud services (Google Drive, Dropbox, and Evernote just to name a few) and I dreaded the task of determining where I had saved a file, but this is no longer an issue.
Thanks to cloudHQ, everything I save to either Google Drive or Evernote automatically goes into my Dropbox. This is huge for a blogger such as myself because since I use apps such as Skitch with Evernote to capture screenshots and images to post on my blog. This used to be a daunting task from start to finish, but CloudHQ does all of the legwork and makes my life just a tad bit easier.
All in all, give CloudHQ a shot and see if they can streamline your life as they did for me!