Unclouded, a new app which is launching today, is able to give you a level of insight into your online storage usage that you may have never had before. The app not only informs you of how much storage you’ve used on a cloud drive, but is also able to show you your largest files and folders, and group them by category and item, locating duplicates, and more.
While overuse hasn’t been such a major issue since the move to cloud services, the cost of additional monthly charges makes it necessary for the visibility of all files, to make sure that they can be easily viewed and managed. The app also allows you to see the largest files and folders, group them by category and time, locate duplicates, and more. The app also works offline.
Uncloud’s creator, Christian Göllner, was inspired to produce the app when his own account had grown to host an unorganized mess of roughly 170,000 files.
“I needed software to tell me which files and folders are using my space, what type of files – photos, music, etc. – [they were], when they were created or modified, and I also needed to clean my duplicates,” he explained. “Nothing like this was out there, so I decided to create it.”