For more about Rclone, check out our article: Rclone Synchronizes Files Between Multiple Cloud Storage Services (Command Line)
- allows to browse and modify any Rclone remote, including encrypted ones;
- allows to upload, download, create new folders, rename or delete files and folders;
- uses same configuration file as Rclone, no extra configuration required;
- supports encrypted .rclone.conf configuration file;
- simultaneously navigate multiple repositories in separate tabs;
- lists files hierarchically with file name, size and modify date;
- all Rclone commands are executed asynchronously, no freezing GUI;
- file hierarchy is lazily cached in memory for faster traversal of folders;
- can process multiple upload or download jobs in background;
- drag & drop support for dragging files from local file browser for uploading;
- streaming media files for playback in players like mpv or similar;
- mount and unmount folders on macOS and GNU/Linux;
- optionally minimizes to tray, with notifications when upload/download finishes.
RcloneBrowser does add easy access to the Rclone configuration – simply click “Config” on the RcloneBrowser “Remotes” tab, and it will launch a new terminal window with the Rclone configuration.
Tip: The RcloneBrowser user interface lets you select a local file or folder when uploading to a cloud storage service, however, it can also copy / move / sync files from one cloud storage to another. To do this, you must enter the exact path to the file from the other remote source, like this:
To make it easier to install, I’ve uploaded RcloneBrowser to the main WebUpd8 PPA, for Ubuntu 16.04 and 16.10.
To add the PPA and install RcloneBrowser in Ubuntu 16.10 or 16.04 / Linux Mint 18.x, use the following commands:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:nilarimogard/webupd8
sudo apt update
sudo apt install rclone-browser
If you don’t want to add the PPA, you can grab the deb from HERE.