Air Explorer and Air Cluster they are not available natively for Linux, only for Windows and macOS. If you need to install it in your distro you can do it with WINE, although the positive thing is that it is for Android mobile devices, this also opens another possibility and that is to install it with emulators like Genymotion. Well, but… what are these applications really? What can they be used for? Well, the truth is that they are two unknown to many, but they have been really practical for me to transfer files from one cloud storage service to another.
Say that Air Explorer allows you to sync data from your local computer and upload it to a cloud storage service (it supports quite a few, even NAS), or you can also move a file or folder from one cloud to another. For example, imagine that you pass from MEGA a folder to JottaCloud. Well, that's what Air Explorer helps you with. In addition, it has a manager that will allow you to pause, resume, manage where you pass the content, and you can even choose the type of copy or synchronization that you want, such as a total copy, only the modified files or those that are not present anymore, etc.
That in terms of Air Explorer, but there is also another development of this European company and it is a software called Air Cluster. This other one will remind you of the well-known LVM, and that is that Air Cluster will help you unite all your clouds in a single space. In other words, imagine that you have 50 GB in MEGA, 5 TB in JottaCloud, and 15 GB in GDrive, well, with Air Cluster you will be able to have centralized "as a single space" to manage all your clouds, that is, as if you had 5065GB.
If you like what you read here and would like to make use of these two programs to make it easier for you to work with your storage spaces, then you can know more details and download the software here: