WavePad allows you to open files from Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive or SoundCloud. Dropbox, OneDrive and Google Drive are cloud-based storage services that let you upload, store, access and share your files from anywhere. For Dropbox the first 2 GB, for OneDrive the first 5 GB and for Google Drive the first 15 GB of storage are free, but additional storage packages are available for a monthly fee.
SoundCloud is an online Audio distribution and streaming platform. SoundCloud allows users to upload 3 hours of audio for free, but additional allowance is available for a monthly or annual fee.
To set up this option, you need to have an existing Dropbox, SoundCloud, Microsoft, or Google account.
Using 'Download file from Cloud Service...' option under the 'File' menu of WavePad, you can choose one of the above cloud services. After authenticating with your account, you will be able to navigate through the folders to select the desired file and open it in WavePad. It should be noted that Dropbox only allows you to use the 'Apps\WavePad' folder with WavePad.
WavePad allows you to save your audio files and WavePad projects to different cloud services including Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive and SoundCloud. Audio files can be stored on any of the mentioned platforms while project files can only be stored on Dropbox, OneDrive and Google Drive. The audio files will be uploaded under the 'Apps\WavePad' folder in your Dropbox home.
Using 'Upload File to Cloud Service...' option under the file menu, you can choose any of the above cloud services. You can then choose whether to save what you have as a Wavepad project or as an audio file. Then, you can navigate through the folders and type in a name for your file, and click on 'upload'.
Make sure the content you are uploading is your own, otherwise it may be removed by the cloud service due to copyright infringement.