Kloudless, a service which strings together cloud storage services like Dropbox and Box and lets you move files into them from your Gmail inbox has launched a Firefox plugin and said that it plans to focus on India as a market.
The free service integrates your cloud storage services with Gmail. It raised a new round of venture funding from investors including Tim Draper of Draper Fisher Jurvetson and David Sacks of Yammer to expand to the Indian market.
Kloudless is like the plumbing between all your storage services like Dropbox, Box, Google Drive and SugarSync. It sits in your inbox and when you receive a file that you want to store away on the cloud, just hit the move button and select the folder you want to move it to. It currently supports Gmail and is platform partners with cloud storage providers, such as Dropbox, Google Drive, and Box.
Once you install the browser extension, you need to connect your storage accounts like Dropbox to Kloudless. A “Move” button appears next to attachments.
You can also setup rules to your inbox to automate certain functions. For instance, you could setup a rule to move all e-mail attachments coming to you to a particular folder in Dropbox automatically. Sort of an automatic backup of all your attachments.
The company monetizes its service with premium features geared towards people using Kloudless at work and cross cloud data management tools for IT managers, Vinod Chandru, the co-founder of Kloudless told NextBigWhat in an e-mail. Chandru went to UC Berkeley to study engineering and hails from Chennai.