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Mount Cloud Storage as Local Drive on Mac with “CloudMounter”

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Google Drive, Dropbox and One Drive are three of the major cloud platforms nowadays. It’s normal for people to use different cloud platforms at the same time since each offers limited storage space and it’s good to have more options in case you reach the basic limit and do not want to pay for a subscription.

Managing different cloud storage accounts can be confusing, but there is a single app that integrates all those platforms in Finder: “CloudMounter”. It allows you to mount remote drives in Finder and browse through them as if they were local.

Finder Integration

CloudMounter is compatible with One Drive, Google Drive, Amazon S3, Dropbox, SFTP servers and WebDAV.

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You can connect to your web servers through standard or secure FTP protocols and access your online files as local ones.

With CloudMounter you do not need to install Dropbox, Google Drive or One Drive clients. All you have to do is sign up with your account and move your files to those platforms as if you were moving them to a local folder in Finder.

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You can easily sign up to all your accounts that are available from the menu bar.

CloudMounter costs $29.95 but you can use all the features for free for 15 days if you download the trial here.

  1. Alex Alex

    Hey, nice review! I am Alex from Eltima Software, the developer of CloudMounter. Please, contact me at alex.campbell@eltima.com, we have lots of interesting stuff here. Maybe you will be interested in reviewing other products as well.

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