Generally the storage services in the cloud and social networks are only limited to transfer files between very specific services, according to the ability that gives each one. That is, between Facebook and Flickr can easily transfer files, but not between Instagram and OpenPhoto or between Picassa and 500px. To solve the problem and integrate with each service to exchange files with others, there Pi.pe.
Pi.pe will allow us to transfer files, photos, videos, documents or any other files from one service to another, with a few clicks. The number of services that can interact with each other reaches 12: 500px, Facebook, Facebook Pages, Flickr, Instagram, Mixi, Myspace, Openphoto, Photobucket, Picasa, Shutterfly, SmugMug and Russian social network Vkontakte.
All the files and folders that we have stored, for example in Photobucket, we can see them from Pi.pe. From this step, it is easy to check off all the files you are going to transfer to another service, destination that we will have to specify. Interestingly, I have given the list of services which we can work, is augmented with other services to which you can export only files. These “extras” are Amazon Glacier, Amazon S3, Box, CX, Dropbox, Evernote, Orkut, Sugarsync, YouSendIt and YouTube. Once we indicate the program to change the file storage location we want, Pi.pe proceed with the operation and notify us by email when finished.
Each file can carry a description, tags or comments. In the case of Facebook also will ask if we want to upload files to the Timeline or what level of privacy we will give in the social network.
In sum, Pi.pe is a really useful tool for those discharged in several of these services at once, although they miss very used services like SkyDrive and GoogleDrive as integral parts of the program.