Google makes it easy to search the entire World Wide Web from one search box. However, searching for your own files in Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, and other cloud storage services usually is much more difficult. Luckily, it is easy to change that and to search for all of your own information stored in the cloud from one search box.
If you are storing information online in Dropbox or Google Drive or any of a dozen or so other files storage services in the cloud, Xendo might be a very useful tool for you. I store thousands of documents and email messages in the cloud and often ask myself, “Where did I put that?” Xendo has now solved the problem for me.
Xendo allows you to search your own documents and email messages on Google (and all its services), Dropbox, Evernote, Pocket, and more online services from one search box. Unlike other services that search your files on just one cloud storage provider, such as Dropbox or Google Drive, Xendo searches everything. You can find notes you’ve written in Evernote, links you’ve saved in Pocket, and calendar events in Google Calendar. In addition, Xendo works on both Windows and Macintosh systems.
Xendo searches and indexes your information on a surprisingly large number of cloud-based services, including all these: