Backup to pCloud


WordPress Backup to pCloud has been created to backup your blog and its data, regularly. Just choose a day, time and how often you wish your backup to be saved in your pCloud!


  • Here's a screenshot of it in action


Once installed, the authorization is one step process –
When you first access the plugin’s options page, it will ask you to authorize the plugin with pCloud. Type your email and password and press the button.

Minimum Requirements

  1. PHP 5.2.16 or higher with cURL support
  2. A pCloud account


Plugin doesn’t work

Initiated a backup twice and crashed the website both times. Plugin never backed anything up to my pCloud account either. Just created a WordPress Backups folder with nothing inside.

Still needs improvement

The 2.0 version is a huge improvement, but still far from being an efficient backup solution.
While the plugin was doing its job, my website (hosted on a Namecheap shared plan) became unreachable to visitors with a “resource full” message. This does not happen with any other backup plugin, meaning that the zipping process should be probably revised.

Saves my backup straight to my cloud!

The backup time varies depending on the website size and hosting location but even when it takes slightly longer, I get my site backed up straight into my pCloud account which is pretty great.

New version works perfect!

I’ve been waiting a long time ago to get updated version of this plugin and finally I saw there is a new version. Just tried and did a backup of my whole WordPress site directly to pcloud account (10 GB free!).

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Contributors & Developers

“Backup to pCloud” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.