Unclouded App Finds Duplicate and Large Files on Your Cloud Storage

Dropbox is an excellent cloud storage service, but they give only 2 GB of online storage for free. And this 2 GB of cloud storage space does not take more than a month to get completely filled up. Unlike the local hard disks, it is not easy to search the cloud storage services for the files that are taking up all the space. But now you can use the free Unclouded app for your Android smartphones to analyze your Dropbox and Google Drive accounts, find duplicate files, see which type of files are taking the most space, list the files in the order of their modified dates and more.

The Unclouded app supports only the Dropbox and Google Drive cloud services as of now. As you launch the app, it shows you prompt to add use both or either of these accounts. As usual, you have to give access permission for the Unclouded app in Dropbox or Google Drive. After this you can see all your files and how much space you have used on the selected cloud storage in the Unclouded app.

Unclouded App for Android


Touching the menu on the top, you select a mode of listing files for this app – list duplicate files, list files by modified date, list files by category and so on. The duplicate mode shows all the duplicate files on your cloud storage. You can delete the duplicates and recover some of the space. You can also list files by their modified date and see which of the files have been added recently. The category mode allows you to find out what type of files are taking most of the space – audio files, video files, documents etc.

Unclouded App for Android

From the Unclouded menu, you can also open the settings for this app. But there is nothing much in the name of options on the settings screen. There is only one option that allows you to change the status bar color with the same color as the app.

Unclouded App for Android

Conclusion: Unclouded app is helpful when trying to get rid of duplicate files on your cloud storage and finding what type of files are consuming most of the space on your cloud account. It supports both Dropbox and Google Drive and support for more cloud services is promised in the future.

You can download the Unclouded app for Android from https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.cgollner.unclouded.