Found app – find Files Both on Mac and Cloud Service
Found app is the power to find files both on Mac and personal cloud service for fast and accurate result
Do you have an account on the personal cloud services like Dropbox, Google Drive or Google docs, I’m not sure if you do not have it one, too bad if don’t you have one which of them, if you already have all or one of which account of personal cloud service, you can directly integrate all or one of which account of personal cloud service with found app, this app is works like a spotlight on your Mac, that able to index and find the files in a snap with simply typing the partial word prefixes, if the spotlight is only capable of indexing and find files on a local hard drive, different with found app that is able to give you the search results both on Mac and personal cloud service.
You do not need to login into the personal cloud service provider account, just one time you integrate all or any of the accounts of personal cloud service with Found app and you can directly search and find the file that you saved on a personal cloud service drive, you do not have to worry about security of personal data such as passwords and login, because the Found app has store all logins and passwords with secure encryption into your Mac keychain. With the Found app you can quickly get back files that have recently downloaded or used only by typing a few characters words.
Documents, Downloads, movies, folders, music and picture can you find for easy and fast, as well as all files that exist in the personal cloud service drive like Dropbox and Google Docs or Google Drive, Found app can also find attachments files in your Gmail account, so you will very easy to get the files in the cloud drive and attachments in your Gmail without login, just re-download or drag files to copy files from search results to a desktop or a folder to be accessible without internet connection. You can also do a preview for any files of search results, So you will be even faster to find target files both on Mac and personal cloud service.