Mountain Duck
Mountain Duck
3.2.1

5.0

Mountain Duck free download for Mac

Mountain Duck

3.2.1
09 October 2019

Mount server and cloud storage as a local disk.

Overview

Mountain Duck, based on the solid open-source foundation of Cyberduck, allows you to mount remote volumes in Finder on OS X and File Explorer on Windows. Access remote files as if they were on a local disk, and edit them with your preferred applications. A minimalist user interface in the menu bar allows you to quickly mount remote volumes. Bookmarks are shared with Cyberduck if installed.

All major protocols are supported to connect to just about any server or cloud storage, including WebDAV, Amazon S3, Microsoft Azure, OpenStack Swift, FTP, and SFTP.

Unlike other solutions, installation on OS X requires no administrator privileges and zero system extensions.

What's new in Mountain Duck

Version 3.2.1:
  • Cannot reveal file in Finder from notification (macOS)
  • Failure authenticating using SSH agent (SFTP) (#10800)
  • Failure overwriting existing file (Google Storage)
  • Cannot open connection profiles (.cyberduckprofile) (macOS)
  • Missing hostname verification in TLS handshake when connecting through HTTP proxy
  • Deleted folders visible when working with versioned buckets (S3)

4 Mountain Duck Reviews

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Stevie24
02 February 2016

Most helpful

Great software. Saves a lot of time. Perhaps you can tell Apple how to implement ftp functionality into the finder as for the last 15 years they seem not to be able to do that.
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Version 1.0.14
cig0
07 January 2019
Again, as with Expandrive, makes no sense at all to pay this money for an app which functionality is superseded several times by completion apps like CloudMounter (to name a similar app), and superseded by magnitudes when talking about ForkLift and Commander One -- all these apps cheaper than this one?
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Version 2.6.7
4 answer(s)
Mindplay
Mindplay
16 January 2019
Superseded... how?
https://mountainduck.io/comparison/
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Mcr
Mcr
18 January 2019
@Mindplay:
Superceded in that products like Mountain Duck is a 'one trick pony' where the primary focus is establishing a connection, mounting the connection so it can be accessed in Finder. Programs like Forklift, PathFinder, Commander One, also support all the major cloud protocols, seamless connection and mounting, PLUS add on top of that top notch file management tools that surpass and enhance Finder, such as dual pane UI, file sync, folder compare, bulk renaming, file hash compare, sorting and grouping, and many more features. And cost less than $39. The comparison you point too only compares Mountain to other products that just mount and connect. $39 to mount a server so sit shows in Finder? Really?
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bdikkat
bdikkat
02 May 2019
@Mcr - But ForkLift can't mount Dropbox folders that you've 'selectively synced' not to appear on your Mac, whereas Mountain Duck can.
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Lee B.
Lee B.
18 August 2019
@MCR : PathFinder uses macOS Finder FTP which is read-only.
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Rob-h
07 June 2018
"Mount server and cloud storage as a local disk." - what if the 'server' is a NAS unit or another Mac sitting on your own network with SMB shares on it?
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Version 2.5.1
Lounge-Deluxe
26 June 2016
Looks great but I need Amazon Cloud Drive support! 'Unlimited' storage space at only 5 bucks a month, surely lots of folks will use this right?
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Version 1.4.3
3 answer(s)
Rob-h
Rob-h
07 June 2018
I bought in to that but sadly they have now discontinued it.
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Lee B.
Lee B.
18 August 2019
@Rob-h: obviously they didn't.
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Rob-h
Rob-h
19 August 2019
"In June 2017, Amazon announced the end of availability for the unlimited storage tier in its consumer-facing Amazon Drive service."
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Stevie24
02 February 2016
Great software. Saves a lot of time. Perhaps you can tell Apple how to implement ftp functionality into the finder as for the last 15 years they seem not to be able to do that.
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Version 1.0.14
$39.00

5.0

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • OS X 10.11.0 or later
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