Rclone Browser Fork With Fixes And Enhancements

Rclone Browser fork

Rclone Browser is a fairly popular cross-platform GUI for Rclone. Its development was stopped in 2017, but a Rclone Browser fork was created recently to fix some "small not working bits and pieces", like the transfer progress not working, while also adding some enhancements.

Let me tell you a few things about Rclone, in case you haven't heard of it, and then continue with Rclone Browser. Rclone is like rsync, but for cloud storage. The command line tool can synchronize files between your filesystem and cloud storage services like Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, Nextcloud, Yandex Disk, Dropbox, Amazon Drive and S3, Mega, pCloud, and others (and having WebDAV, FTP and SFTP support), as well as directly between cloud storage services. It also supports mounting these cloud storage services so you can access your files using desktop applications.

Rclone Browser is a Qt5 GUI for Rclone that runs on Windows, Mac and Linux. The tool exposes many of the Rclone features to an easy-to-use interface. Using it, you can browse and transfer file from / to cloud storage services (even encrypted), perform file operations like rename, move, or delete, mount the storage with the click of a button (on Linux and Mac), and even stream videos hosted in the cloud using VLC or mpv.

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