Who Uses This Software?

This File Sharing solution is used by thousands of companies. Whether your business is project-oriented, or requires collaboration with multiple partners,you can customize Pydio to meet your own needs

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  • Free Version
  • Free Trial
  • Deployment
    Installed - Mac
    Installed - Windows
    Mobile - Android Native
    Mobile - iOS Native
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Vendor Details

  • Pydio
  • pydio.com/en
  • Founded 2012
  • France


With over 1 million downloads worldwide, translated into 27 languages, Pydio is one of the world's largest Open Source file sharing project for the enterprise. Formerly known as AjaXplorer, Pydio (Put your data in orbit). provides a unified filesharing and synchronisation solution that works cross platform on Windows, Mac, Linux, as well as on iOS and Android mobile devices. In contrast to online file sharing services, users retain full ownership and control of their own data.

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PYDIO Features

  • Access Controls/Permissions
  • Audit Trail
  • Collaboration
  • Document Management
  • Drag & Drop
  • Electronic Signature
  • Encryption
  • Messaging
  • Real Time Synchronization
  • Search/Filter
  • Workflow Management

PYDIO Reviews Recently Reviewed!

Pydio admin for 9 years

Feb 06, 2019

5 / 5
Ease of Use

4 / 5
Features & Functionality

5 / 5
Customer Support

5 / 5
Value for Money
Likelihood to Recommend: 8.0/10 Not

Pros: I have been a pydio host howler for more than 9 years now, Pydio have always been a pleasure to use until now.

Cons: Pydio cells, the push to cells have caused a huge drama, features that have been working flawlessly for many years are now being pushed off a cliff whole they keep pushing users to upgrade to cells. Cells don't have a currently working sync client, some bad issues with file handeling and not easily backed up. A pretty bad situation.

Overall: First 8 years have been a pleasure starting off with ajaxplore moving along fine to pydio and onwards until recently cells release and hard push. I can't give Pydio a bad review tho since it's still in the works, but the early pish was a total flop since so many critical features are not sorted out. If they really wanted to keep the user base, they shouldn't have pushed cells so fast and make the php core still available with longer support and at least release a cells sync client before the hard pushing.