CloudMounter for Mac is a reliable system utility that allows mounting different cloud storage and web servers to your Mac as local disks. Mount Microsoft OneDrive, Google Drive, Amazon S3, Dropbox, FTP, and WebDAV and access them as folders in Finder, as if they are located on your machine. Mounting cloud storage as a local drive on Mac with CloudMounter was never easier!
The CloudMounter utility allows you to manage the connections via the status bar, and you get to use it with any server that is using the FTP and SFTP protocols, with your OpenStack, Dropbox, Google Drive, or OneDrive accounts, or with Amazon S3 and WebDAV servers.
To keep everything safe, CloudMounter also integrates support for cloud storage encryption. Since everything is protected with a decryption key, even if other people get access to your data they will not be able to access the content.
CloudMounter For Mac Features
Mount cloud storage as a local drive and work with online files the same way as with local ones.
The app makes your cloud accounts easy to reach. Mount multiple Dropbox, Google Drive, and Microsoft OneDrive account without having to transfer files to your computer.
You can mount Dropbox accounts as drives without installing them on your computer and copying the content to your local drive. CloudMounter for macOS allows you to upload files to Dropbox just as if you were moving them to a local folder in Finder.
OS X WebDAV and Amazon S3 browser
Store any number of files of any size in your Amazon S3 or on WebDAV servers and get easy access to them with the app.
Amazon S3 file manager
The tool brings your work with Amazon S3 storage to the next level. It is easy to mount your favorite secure online storage to Mac as a removable disk. This gives you the possibility to conveniently manage your data in your Amazon S3 account, choosing whether to connect to Amazon’s entire account or mount S3 selected buckets. This software supports all AWS regions, including EU (Frankfurt) and Asia Pacific (Seoul).
Mount FTP and SFTP server as drive and manage your online files as if they were stored on your machine — all using the tool. The app safely stores all your server settings and passwords are kept safe in Keychain.
Connect to your web servers through standard or secure FTP protocols, map FTP as local drive in Finder and access your online files as local ones — view, delete, create, as well as upload to and download files from your remote server. With the app, you can conveniently view the full file structure of a website or a file server.
Secure Cloud Storages
Cloud Mounter keeps all files in your Clouds thoroughly protected. Encrypt Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive, Amazon S3 as well as the files on FTP/WebDAV servers.
CloudMounter offers you the possibility to establish as many different connections as you like, and the setup procedure is quite straightforward. You can readily open the connections manager by opting to add a new drive in the CloudMounter status bar menu.
All established connections will be added automatically to the CloudMounter status bar menu, but keep in mind that you must manually mount each drive to be able to access its content.
Worth mentioning is that the drives will remain mounted only as long as the CloudMounter application is running. On the other hand, CloudMounter is able to remember your settings between sessions: on the relaunch, it will automatically mount a connection left active.
Pros And Cons of CloudMounter For Mac
|Access online files the same way as local ones
||Paid application for otherwise free cloud storage
|Compatible with a variety of cloud services
||Only available on Mac
||Mac OS X 10.11 and higher version
||Cloudmounter Software For Windows V 3.6.611
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CloudMounter eliminates the need to use native clients for accessing certain cloud services, or Amazon, WebDav, and FTP/SFTP servers. All the available connections are controlled through the same app, and you get to access and manage the content by using the Finder. You get to save up both desktop space and processing resources.