Jumptuit Acts As A Hub To Access All Your Cloud Data In A Single Place

Cloud storages have become cheap and reliable as compared to most of the portable storage devices. Many free cloud services like Surdoc and Cloudup offers huge storage space to keep a backup of all your data from different devices. Cloud services like Dropbox, Google drive, etc., offers a limited storage space, but they have plenty of useful features and add-ons to enhance its functionality. So, most of the users have multiple cloud accounts for different purposes. Today I’ve come with a new application called “Jumptuit”, which brings all these cloud data in a single place to quickly access it. Here’s how it works.


Jumptuit is a cloud data managing app available for Windows, Mac, iOS, Android and Windows Phones. You can download the app using the link at the end of this post. To start with Jumptuit, first you have to sign up with your email id in the web interface. Then you can start downloading the app to your different devices and log in using that account you’ve created. As of now, Jumptuit supports more than  sixteen popular cloud services like Dropbox, Google Drive, Facebook, YouTube, Box, etc. So, you can connect all your accounts to Jumptuit and access all the data in a single place.


To connect different cloud accounts to Jumptuit, click the “Source” button in the app. It will display all the supported services, then select the one you need and log in to start the sync. An interesting feature in this application is, you can move the data from a cloud account to the other one right from the app. Since, all your cloud accounts have been connected in a single place, you can organize the scattered data as you need. Also, there will be a common search bar for all these accounts to find the data quicker than before.

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Another important feature in this application is, you can manage your Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn accounts from Jumptuit. In the application settings, you can connect all these accounts and share posts from your Cloud accounts. Jumptuit can be accessed from four devices for free, if you want  to use more than that, you need to buy a premium account. It will be around $10/month or you can pay $100/year to save some money and use the premium service. Try  this app in your different devices and share your experience with us in the comments. Thanks for reading, do share this post with your friends.

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1 thought on “Jumptuit Acts As A Hub To Access All Your Cloud Data In A Single Place”

  1. your link to the external website you are talking about in your article includes a comma in the link. just a headz up.

    Fine article otherwise.

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