Air Explorer, the multicloud manager

Air Explorer 2.3.5 new version


List of changes:

-Updated Mega.
-Updated Naver.
-Added an option in the View menu to mount cloud drives as local drives in Windows using the Air Live Drive tool.
-Keep file dates when uploading files to OneDrive for Business.
-Updated Hungarian translation (thanks to SEDATIVE).
-Updated Russian translation (thanks to Timofey).
-Updated Chinese translation (thanks to GT Wang).
-Updated Dutch translation (Thanks to Jan).


Files History in Air Explorer

Air Explorer supports now the History feature for Google Drive, Dropbox, Box and OneDrive for Business.


When you open the History window you can see the previous versions of your file.


When you select the file version you are interested, click right button and choose “Download” or “Restore this version”.


Then you can restore old versions of you file.


Air Explorer 2.3.4 new version

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List of changes:
-Fixed Naver.
-Improved stability.
-Updated Korean translation (Thanks to JaeHyung).
-Updated Polish translation (Thanks to Janusz).
-Updated Lituanian translation (Thanks to Hobis).

File lock function for Box in Air Explorer

Air Explorer has included some of the Box utilities as the lock function, the collaborators and the metadata features.

Use the lock function is very easy in Air Explorer.


When you select a file and have clicked to lock it, a window opens to ask you how long you want to have it blocked.


Then the file will be blocked during the selected time and nobody will be able to modify it until the set time has finished.


Air Explorer 1.4.0. for Mac, new version

new version 1.4.0. for Mac

List of changes:

-Added Naver Cloud support (네이버 클라우드).
-Reduced memory usage.
-Shows a different icon for folders that are shared with other users.
-Added synchronization filter option.
-Fixed, in certain cases although all the sync tasks were done correctly the program reported that some tasks failed.
-Auto-refresh folders always before synchronizing.
-New option to start the synchronization automatically when the comparison finishes.
-Updated HiDrive.
-Updated OneDrive for Business.
-Updated DropBox.
-Updated Google Drive.
-Updated Box.
-Updated OneDrive.
-Fixed Mega.
-Export Goolge docs files to Box.

Air Explorer 2.3.3, new version

air explorer new version 2.3.3

List of changes:
-Fixed Mega.
-Added versions history support for Google Drive.
-Added versions history support for Dropbox.
-Added versions history support for Box.
-Added versions history support for OneDrive for Business.
-Export Goolge docs files to Box.
-Added /filter parameter for the startsync command to exclude some files in the synchronizations.
-Option to delete the local files permanently instead of sending them to the recycle bin.
-Updated Japanese translation (Thanks to Tilt)
-Updated Korean translation (Thanks to JaeHyung).
-Updated Russian translation (thanks to Timofey).
-Updated Brazilian Portuguese translation (Thanks to Igor).
-Updated Polish translation (Thanks to Janusz)
-Updated Czech translation (Thanks to Tobiczech).
-Updated Chinese translation (thanks to ILI GPU).

Collaborators support for Box in Air Explorer

Air Explorer has included some of the Box utilities as the lock function, the collaborators and the metadata features.

The collaborators for Box works like share folder in Google Drive, OneDrive and OneDrive for Business. But, in Box, it has some peculiarities. The first is that in the others clouds, the name in Air Explorer is “Share” and for Box, the name is “Collaborators”.

For Box, a collaborator is an individual who has been invited into a file or folder. You can find more information about collaborators here:


When you open “Collaborators”, a window opens to manage the collaborators permissons. In the next link, you can find information about the Box permissions levels:


Collaborators Box folders are shown in grey or blue like in the Box web.


Share folder support in Air Explorer

Air Explorer already supported sharing links, now it supports share folder for Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive and OneDrive for Business.
When you share links:
1) The files are read only.
2) The recipient doesn’t need an account.
3) Doesn’t use up other person clouds quota.
4) Password protection is available  in some accounts and clouds.
When you share a folder:
1) It is allowed read/write access
2) User must have an account.
3) Use up the other person quota.
4) Manage the permissions.
When you choose “Share folder” you can manage the permissions that you give, for example, read only permissions or read/write permissions to the other user.
 When you have shared a folder, the folder icon changes for Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive and OneDrive for Business. Shared Box folders are shown now in grey or blue like in the Box web.