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What is Cloudpipes

Cloudpipes is a file organisation tool to be used in together with Dropbox.

Cloudpipes allows you to create pipes on your device which allow you to transfer data seamlessly to/from Dropbox and allows for a lot of possibilities. It lets you schedule when to grab your data or put your data up on Dropbox.

Cloudpipes is NOT a syncing solution. It does not guarantee two-way synchronisation of your data. (However it can perform one-way syncing).

What is a Pipe

A pipe creates a link between a local folder and a remote folder (on Dropbox).

A pipe can either upload files from a local folder to a remote folder, or download files from a remote folder to a local folder.


For now: Android.


Website Reviews:

To cut it short, if you’re looking for an effective solution to automate personalized data transfers back and forth between your Android device and Dropbox storage, Cloudpipes might prove to be a godsend.


Whether you’re a person who needs to schedule your daily activities or someone who simply wants a hassle-free day, Cloudpipes will be a great help for you.


An excellent tutorial by Samer on Freewaregenius: How to automatically sync your PC folders with your Android

Video Reviews:

Excellent review and walkthrough by Ben fron the UploadtheDownload series.

Android Play Store Reviews:
Tomas on 27 Jun 2012 at 17:59

Amazing! Great app! Works fluently! Quick response from the developer. I’m satisfied.

John on 19 Jul 2012 at 09:18

Excellent program Allows me to automate my file trsnsfers so that I always have critical data files available when needed. Easy to use and works perfectly.

Scott on 25 Jul 2012 at 06:36

Excellent app, wonderful Dev One way sync is Exactly what I want, for backing up files. Dev is on XDA and promptly responds to comments. Will gladly buy Pro version as soon as available.

Cesar on 17 Sep 2012 at 07:52

Awesome… Like a moron I did a fresh install of CM10 and lost a whole bunch of stuff. THEN I stumbled onto this magnificent app. I’ve automated a whole bunch of stuff so that the next time I’m an idiot, I’ll have my pictures backed up nicely. Great job!

Pete on 21 Sep 2012 at 22:27

Does what it says on the tin So far so good. Good to be able to download a whole folder…been after this for ages

Joon Sunn on 23 Oct 2012 at 08:48

Works well! Should’ve been a feature on Dropbox.