Air Explorer has been reviwed by Vector, a relevant japanese web page.
List of changes:
-Added new cloud: 4shared.com
-Fixed: Baidu accounts couldn’t be added on some computers
-Select item in the list by typing.
-Folders tree is sorted alphabetically
-Added Hebrew translation (Thanks to Mor).
-Added Dutch translation (Thanks to Francis and Boni).
-Added Danish translation (Thanks to Lasse).
The website Pjoy has worked in an interesting manual, full and in Japanese.
You can see it here: http://pjoy.net/?p=6593
Power Folder is a European cloud storage that give you 5GB of free storage. Since Power Folder can work with WebDav, you can include it in Air Explorer:
1-Enter in https://www.powerfolder.com/ and click in “Register for Powerfolder free”.
2-Fill the gaps with your data.
3-Open Air Explorer and open the accounts window and choose WEBDAV.
7- Then, a window with a form opens. Fill it with your email, password and the Powerfolder WebDab server FOLDER (my.powerfolder.com/webdav/FOLDER).
Now, you can use the Power Folder cloud in Air Explorer.
You can use several accounts of OneDirve or the others cloud servers (Google Drive, Dropbox, Box, Mega, Yandex, Baidu,..) in your PC thanks to Air Explorer.
Does Air Explorer use external or own servers to any function?
Air Explorer never use intermediary servers.
When Air Explorer upload and download files, it doesn’t use any external server for the management of them. The files go directly from the local disk to the cloud you choose.
When the files are exchanged between two servers, the files don’t go through any external server, they pass by your computer which functions as an intermediary.
The account settings are also saved locally on your computer.
In this way, your files and configurations always are private.