Mount cloud storage as local drive on Mac

CloudMounter for Mac

CloudMounter for Mac

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CloudMounter for Mac is a reliable system utility that allows mounting different cloud storages 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 local drive on Mac with CloudMounter was never easier!

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Features and Highlights

Finder Integration
Mount cloud storage as local drive and work with online files the same way as with local ones.

Cloud Services
The app makes your cloud accounts easy to reach. Mount multiple Dropbox, Google Drive and Microsoft OneDrive accounts without having to transfer files to your computer.

Dropbox client
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).

FTP/SFTP/FTPS Client
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.

FTP Connection
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.

Note: 15 days trial version.

Also Available: Download CloudMounter for Windows

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What's new in this version:

CloudMounter 4.6
- Added: file preview on WebDAV connections for Nextcloud servers

Improved:
- the process of large files uploading to Backblaze
- performance when working with files on S3, FTP, Mega, and Backblaze
- handling of offline files and folders
- files encryption

Fixed:
- creation and deletion of folders on some WebDAV servers
- crash when unmounting SFTP connections
- issues with uploading some files to OneDrive
- errors with disks connection


CloudMounter 4.5
- Improved: integration with Dropbox
- Improved: encryption of file names
- Fixed: issues with retrieving public links on S3 connections
- Fixed: errors during files upload
- Other minor fixes


CloudMounter 4.4
Added:
- ability to work with folders offline (available when using native mount type)
- support for new European regions in Amazon S3: eu-south-2, eu-central-2
- support for new Middle East regions in Amazon S3: me-central-1, il-central-1
- support for new Asia regions in Amazon S3: ap-southeast-3, ap-south-2, ap-southeast-4
- support for new Canada region in Amazon S3: ca-west-1

Improved:
- the process of uploading files to OneDrive
- performance when working with large files on certain connections: Dropbox, OneDrive, Google Drive, WebDAV, and SFTP
- performance when handling connections with a large number of files

Fixed:
- issues with the display of modification dates on some FTP servers
- issues with the file list refreshing
- crashes on macOS 11 and earlier
- issues with automatic disk mounting at application startup
- Lots of other fixes and improvements.


CloudMounter 4.3
Added:
- PPK (PuTTY generated) key format support for SFTP servers
- FIDO/FIDO2 compatible hardware authentication keys support for SFTP servers
- Two-factor authentication (2FA) support for SFTP servers

Improved:
- preserving the original modification date of files when uploading to Google Drive
- editing and saving files on online drives
- working with OneDrive and Google Drive
- rename and move folders on Amazon S3 and Backblaze

Fixed:
- issues with UI translation
- crash when downloading files from OpenStack Swift
- crash when downloading zero-size files from Backblaze
- an error when connecting to Backblaze with Application Keys


CloudMounter 4.2
- Improved: work with SFTP servers

Fixed:
- file permissions when saving files to an SFTP server
- displaying of icons for mounted disks on the desktop
- errors during online disk encryption
- open at system logon issue on macOS 13
- error when copying folders to the local disk from online disks
- crash during disk mounting


CloudMounter 4.0.759
Added:
- new native mount type (available for macOS 11.3 and later)
- ability to work with files offline (available when using native mount type)
- Amazon IAM support
- ability to work with symbolic links on online connections
- ability to create a shared link on Google Drive

Improved:
- work with Google Drive
- work with pCloud
- work with some WebDAV servers
- work with SFTP servers

Fixed:
- crashes when working with some WebDAV servers
- an issue with saving edited files to online drives
- file list displaying on some FTP servers
- memory consumption when working with Mega
- wrong modification date on some SFTP servers
- Lots of other fixes and improvements


CloudMounter 3.11.698
- Improved: the display of CloudMounter's icon in the Finder's sidebar on macOS Monterey
- Fixed: modification date change when viewing a file on macOS Monterey
- NOTE: If you have several OneDrive accounts connected, wait until all the uploads are finished before installing the update. After the update, all OneDrive accounts will be removed and you will need to reconnect them again.


CloudMounter 3.10.694
- Improved: work with Dropbox
- Fixed: an issue with files editing on FTP when Remote Path is entered
- NOTE: to use Dropbox connections it is highly recommended to update CloudMounter to the latest version


CloudMounter 3.9.690
- Added: ability to sort connections

Improved:
- contextual menu on Amazon S3
- file name encryption
- moving files and folders on Amazon S3 connections
- creating FTP connections

- Fixed: moving large files on Amazon S3
- IMPORTANT: files encrypted with name encryption in version 3.9 can be accessed only with CloudMounter 3.9 and later, CloudMounnter for Windows 1.6 and later, Commander One 3.2 and later.


CloudMounter 3.8.680
- Added: native support for Apple's new M1 chips
- Added: support for multipart upload on Amazon S3 connections
- Improved: overall performance and stability on macOS 11
- Lots of other fixes and improvements (thank you for your continued feedback!)


CloudMounter 3.7.637
- Changed: The current version of CloudMounter requires macOS 10.12 and later
- Added: support for new region in Amazon S3: Africa (Cape Town), Europe (Milan), Middle East South (Bahrain), AP (Hong Kong)
- Added: an option to use path-style addressing to access S3 connections
- Added: support for AppleScript
- Improved: work with Google Drive
- Improved: work with OneDrive
- Improved: work with pCloud
- Improved: work with Amazon S3
- Improved: work with different WebDAV servers
- Improved: work with different FTP servers
- Improved: GPU and power usage on some Macs
- Fixed: some crashes while working with Amazon S3
- Fixed: connection to some SFTP servers
- Lots of other fixes and improvements


CloudMounter 3.6.611
Added:
- support for pCloud
- support for two-factor authentication on Mega
- “Copy the shared link” option in the context menu for OneDrive disks

Improved:
- work with Google Drive
- error handling while working with BackBlaze
- file renaming and moving on BackBlaze

Fixed:
- an issue with adding new Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, Box connections with the disabled “Auto mount at application start” option
- an issue with handling files with umlauts in a filename on Mega
- setting the wrong Content-Encoding when uploading to Amazon S3
- connecting to SharePoint via WebDAV
- an issue with defining home directory on SFTP
- crashes while working with Amazon S3
- crashes while working with Mega


CloudMounter 3.5.585
- Added: support for Mega.nz
- Added: support for Dropbox Business
- Added: support for Google Team Drives (G Suite Business)
- Added: support for dark mode on macOS 10.14 and higher
- Added: support for new regions in Amazon S3: cn-north-1 Beijing, eu-north-1 Stockholm
- Added: support for OpenSSH keys for SFTP connections
- Added: setting to control the lifetime of files in the cache
- Added: setting to control the frequency of disc content updates
- Improved: compatibility with some WebDAV servers
- Improved: compatibility with different FTP servers
- Improved: CloudMounter is now notarized and Apple confirms that it does not contain any malware
- Improved: speed of file renaming on BackBlaze
- Improved: work with BackBlaze accounts with restricted access
- Fixed: exceptions when working with Dropbox
- Fixed: crashes when copying a large number of files
- Lots of other minor fixes and improvements (thank you for your continued feedback!)


CloudMounter 3.5.584
- Added: support for Mega.nz
- Added: support for Dropbox Business
- Added: support for Google Team Drives (G Suite Business)
- Added: support for dark mode on macOS 10.14 and higher
- Added: support for new regions in Amazon S3: cn-north-1 Beijing, eu-north-1 Stockholm
- Added: support for OpenSSH keys for SFTP connections
- Added: setting to control the lifetime of files in the cache
- Added: setting to control the frequency of disc content updates
- Improved: compatibility with some WebDAV servers
- Improved: compatibility with different FTP servers
- Improved: CloudMounter is now notarized and Apple confirms that it does not contain any malware
- Improved: speed of file renaming on BackBlaze
- Improved: work with BackBlaze accounts with restricted access
- Fixed: exceptions when working with Dropbox
- Fixed: crashes when copying a large number of files
- Lots of other minor fixes and improvements


CloudMounter 3.4.546
- Fixed: listing of folders content with a large number of subfolders on Amazon S3
- Fixed: renewal of a free disk space
- Fixed: backup to online disk via some backup tools


CloudMounter 3.3.540
- Added: support for FUSE for macOS 3.8.0
- Improved: overall performance when working with FTP, WebDAV, S3, OpenStack, Backblaze
- Fixed: an issue with displaying the status of the encrypted folders
- Fixed: file deletion issue on some connections while renaming using another register (occurred on macOS earlier than 10.13)
- Fixed: the display of CloudMounter's icons on other drives in a sidebar


CloudMounter 3.2.527
- Fixed: errors when uploading files to Google Drive
- Fixed: an issue with Box.com connection stability


CloudMounter 3.2.523
- Added: creation of a bookmark in the Finder's sidebar Favorites tab
- Added: the ability to choose a folder for cache on a different drive
- Improved: uploading speed on BackBlaze B2
- Improved: displaying of errors when working with BackBlaze B2
- Fixed: errors when working with the files with special characters in filenames on BackBlaze B2
- Fixed: work with some FTP servers


CloudMounter 3.1.504

Fixed:
- crash when working with Google Drive and Dropbox
- connecting to some FTP servers (ASUS FTP and others)
- connecting to some SFTP servers with configured Remote Path
- an issue with disk naming containing “:”
- crash when connecting to some WebDAV servers
- crashes when using a slow/unstable Internet connection
- an issue with OneDrive disks disappearing


CloudMounter 3.0.489

Added:
- SSO support for OneDrive
- Microsoft Cloud Germany (office.de) support for OneDrive
- support for Box.com
- support for Backblaze.com
- support for vBoxxCloud.com and vBoxx.com
- an ability to choose server endpoint for Amazone S3
- support for new region in Amazone S3: cn-north-1 Beijing
- an ability to work with “Shared with me” folder on Google Drive
- an ability to mount via FUSE as local drive.
- an ability to create symbolic links on SFTP
- an ability to mount to WebDAV servers with untrusted HTTPS certificate

Fixed:
- an issue with disk naming on macOS 10.13
- errors upon uploading a large number of files to Dropbox
- an issue with prevent sleeping mode when an error with the uploading occurs
- an issue with wrong modified timestamps on FTP/SFTP servers
- Lots of fixes and improvements (thank you guys for your continued feedback!)


CloudMounter 2.2.350
- Fixed: the issue with names of disks when mounted on macOS 10.13


CloudMounter 2.1.345

Improved:
- overall performance and energy consumption with Dropbox connections
- functioning with the files containing spaces, "/" and some ASCII characters in their names

Fixed:
- updating files when changing the existing files or adding the new ones
- connecting to SFTP servers with key authentication files after the app's restart
- saving updated files to Amazon S3, OpenStack Swift, FTP and SFTP servers


CloudMounter 2.0.337

Improved:
- downloading files from Google Drive, WebDAV and Microsoft OneDrive

Fixed:
- saving updated files to Amazon S3, OpenStack Swift, FTP and SFTP servers
- encryption hanging on certain Microsoft OneDrive files


CloudMounter 2.0.335
Fixed:
- crashing at startup
- file damage as part of renaming the unencrypted file in the encrypted directory


CloudMounter 2.0.333
- Improved: Google Documents are now moved to Trash when deleted
- Fixed: deleting Google Documents during Google Drive encryption (such files will now be skipped)
- We bring our sincere apologies to those who were affected by this bug discovered in the latest update. By no means it was our intention to cause such inconvenience to our users


CloudMounter 2.0.332
- Added: cloud storage encryption
- Added: a new type of connection for OpenStack Swift (Object Storage), with Keystone authentication services v.1 and v.2
- Added: context menus for Dropbox, Google Drive, Amazon S3
- Added: the option to enable/disable "Keep extended attributes" for a specific cloud storage
- A lot of other minor fixes and improvements (thank you guys for your continued feedback!)


CloudMounter 1.2.277
- Added: support for Amazon S3 buckets in the following regions: US East (Ohio), Asia Pacific (Mumbai), Canada (Central), EU (London)
- Fixed: a crash when opening an S3 bucket in an unknown region
- Fixed: a crash when uploading large files to OneDrive


CloudMounter 1.2.1
- Improved: queuing of files for downloading/uploading
- Improved: handling of files with extended attributes when the "Keep extended attributes" option is disabled (an error no longer appears)
- Fixed: listing of directories with a large number of files
- Fixed: errors when working with Dropbox
- Other minor fixes