Air Explorer and Air Live Drive are two software applications that allow you to access your cloud storage accounts in different ways. Air Explorer integrates multiple clouds from various servers and displays them in its own interface. You can easily view, upload, download, and transfer files between clouds using tabs and a split screen. Air Explorer also supports encryption, scheduling, synchronization, versioning, and other features. It has better upload and download performance since it controls the whole process instead of using the Windows File explorer.
Air Live Drive mounts your clouds as disk drives in your computer
Air Live Drive, on the other hand, mounts your clouds as disk drives in your computer. You can use your usual tools or programs directly on the files in the cloud without downloading them. You can work with your clouds as if they were local drives. Air Live Drive also supports encryption and synchronization.
Air Explorer and Air Live Drive support the most popular cloud services
Both Air Explorer and Air Live Drive support the most popular cloud services, such as Google Drive, OneDrive, OneDrive for Business, Box, Dropbox, Mega, Yandex, Naver, pCloud, InfiniCloud, SharePoint Online, SharePoint China, Opendrive, Backblaze, Koofr, Owndrive, Nextcloud, etc.
The choice between Air Explorer and Air Live Drive depends on your preferences and needs. If you want to have your clouds as disk drives in your computer and use them as you are used to do with the local drives, you should go for Air Live Drive. If you want to manage the files in your clouds with better performance, synchronization and more features, you should go for Air Explorer.
Many of our customers use both applications to get the best of both worlds.