CloudMounter
CloudMounter
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CloudMounter3.6

06 May 2020

Mount web servers as local disks.

Overview

CloudMounter is a cloud manager for easy work with data stored on multiple cloud services.

CloudMounter makes working with multiple cloud storage services easy by letting you access and manage your data through your Mac’s Finder. CloudMounter works with all popular services such as OneDrive, Google Drive, OpenStack Swift, Amazon S3 and Dropbox. Not only that - the app also allows you to connect to remote FTP, SFTP, FTPS and WebDAV servers the way you would connect to any shared location in your local network.

You can also increase cloud security with data encryption. Encrypted files cannot be read without a decryption key, so even if someone gets ahold of your data, they won’t be able to get into its contents. With CloudMounter your login data is protected as well, credentials you enter are stored in Mac OS Keychain and sent directly to the servers and storage accounts.

What's new in CloudMounter

Version 3.6:
Added:
  • Support for Mega.nz
  • Support for Dropbox Business
  • Support for Google Team Drives (G Suite Business)
  • Support for dark mode on macOS 10.14 and higher
  • Support for new regions in Amazon S3: cn-north-1 Beijing, eu-north-1 Stockholm
  • Support for OpenSSH keys for SFTP connections
  • Setting to control the lifetime of files in the cache
  • Setting to control the frequency of disc content updates
Improved:
  • Compatibility with some WebDAV servers
  • Compatibility with different FTP servers
  • CloudMounter is now notarized and Apple confirms that it does not contain any malware
  • Speed of file renaming on BackBlaze
  • Work with BackBlaze accounts with restricted access
Fixed:
  • Exceptions when working with Dropbox
  • Crashes when copying a large number of files
  • Lots of other minor fixes and improvements

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How would you rate CloudMounter app?

17 Reviews of CloudMounter

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Virtualruffy
26 November 2018
Version: 3.4

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Question: The most important cloud drive I would like to mount is iCloud. Yet, there is no mention of it. So will CloudMounter be able to support it eventually or not at all?
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polocanada
04 May 2020
Version: 3.5
It's 2020 and still not thumbnails on images. This is a really huge drawback.
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Virtualruffy
26 November 2018
Version: 3.4
Question: The most important cloud drive I would like to mount is iCloud. Yet, there is no mention of it. So will CloudMounter be able to support it eventually or not at all?
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2.5
iMacWare
26 May 2018
Version: 3.2
It's nice, but very pricey and they want you to upgrade for $$$ on every version...
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kbrennan206
06 March 2018
Version: 3.1
I had very simple needs for a cloud software - I wanted to be able to access my Amazon S3 buckets as though they were drives on my Mac so I could use a tool such as BeyondCompare to do file comparison and synchronization between the bucket and my external HDD. CloudMounter was the best tool that I found that made this task relatively effortless and transparent. I cannot speak to its efficacy for other tasks but if I have other needs for cloud access, I will definitely look at CloudMounter first.
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Runner1
01 August 2017
Version: 2.1
It works ...
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john-1234
25 July 2017
Version: 2.1
Ha, just found out the software does not mount the cloud service as a local drive, but as a remote drive! So my DiskOrder does not recognize it! Is it on purpose? Command ONE can!
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cubanpete
13 July 2017
Version: 2.1
What's wrong here macupdate? The top right corner shows 0 ratings even though the app has 22 ratings and 4,5 stars! Please fix.
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ososX
01 April 2017
Version: 1.2
Been using the app for a month now with DB, OneDrive, GDisk and some local network drives. Till now it worked flawlessly. The upload/download rates depend on where I am (work/home) and the time of the day. Maybe its a bit faster than Cloud Commander that I use too. For the local network drives the rate is very high. The ability to view the cloud drives as local drives is excellent and the little menu from the menu bar is convenient too. A con is the inability to generate links for sharing folders or files (Cloud Commander has this ability for some clouds like DB). I give it 5*s nonetheless.
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FhimaMike
09 March 2017
Version: 1.2
a handy cloud manager that saves my disk space when the data encryption feature becomes available?
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Lounge-Deluxe
31 December 2016
Version: 1.2
I've been testing CM for a couple of days now with OneDrive and ACD, and so far all is good. However there's no built-in way to encrypt files processed through CM unfortunately, and BoxCryptor doesn't seem to recognize drives mounted through CM. So I'll probably won't continue with CM because of this, pity for me.
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