If you use rclone on your terminal but you also want a graphical application for your Linux computer or even for your Android device, these open source programs can help you.

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Rclone Browser (Linux)

Rclone Browser is a simple GUI for rclone and it’s available on Linux, Windows, macOS and BSD. You can download the package as an AppImage from https://github.com/kapitainsky/RcloneBrowser/releases. You can also install it from AUR on Arch Linux.

Run the program and do double-click on your remote to open a file browser. Click “Config…” to edit or create a remote (using rclone CLI).

Rclone Browser

The file browser is very intuitive and you can upload and download files, mount the remote on your computer and get file properties.

Rclone Browser

When you click “Download”, a window will display and you will be able to select the destination and some rclone options.

Rclone Browser

RCX (Android)

RCX - Rclone for Android is a cloud file manager, that uses rclone as its backend. You can add remotes or import your rclone.conf file (you may not see Amazon S3 on the list when adding a remote, but it’s fully compatible, I’ve added it by importing my rclone config file). Run rclone config file on your computer to find where this file is located.

RCX - Rclone for Android

This app should work fine, but on my old smartphone (from 2014), sometimes RCX closes unexpectedly. With this app you can do what you usually do with a cloud file browser: download and upload files, rename, create folders, etc.

RCX - Rclone for Android

RCX - Rclone for Android