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Cloud drives mounted locally on your macOS desktop

Unite Google Drive, OneDrive, Dropbox, Amazon S3, FTP, WebDAV, and other supported cloud storages and web services in your Mac’s Finder. CloudMounter accomplishes this task easily and reliably, letting you browse the mounted disks as local folders. Copy, paste, move, and manage files without switching between apps.
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Everything in Finder

CloudMounter removes the separation between local and network files by letting you navigate cloud drives in Finder. Another great plus is the presence of the offline mode. Enable it and stay productive, no matter the Internet connection.

Available Cloud Storages and Web services

Most known and publicly available clouds can be accessed by CloudMounter and brought straight to your Finder catalog. Encryption is a useful bonus in addition to the other advantages you get from such connections.

Drag and Drop to Dropbox

Add Dropbox drives to your list of physical devices. Go through the folders and run any operation with a click.

Transfer files directly to and from your local disks without a separate upload/download operation. This is the way cloud services are meant to be used - with speed and convenience.

Google Drive on Your Hard Drive

CloudMounter accesses the data stored in your Google Drive as if it’s located on your computer. Mount as many accounts as you wish and easily transfer files among them. The app offers a seamless way of file editing, uploading, and managing.

You get all that without the need to open your browser - use the Finder and save some time.

OneDrive Support for Mac

Have the most convenient work with the files stored in Microsoft OneDrive. CloudMounter allows you to add, copy, and delete files like they’re located on your hard disk. Mount and unmount at any time without any risk to your data’s security or integrity.

Amazon S3 and Backblaze B2 Compatibility

This opens up even more opportunities to mount remote disks and work with cloud files. Choose the right service for you.

Access Amazon S3

Work across all Amazon Web Service regions, whether you’re in the EU, Asia Pacific, or Canada. Choose any bucket filesystem you want to mount. It’s just like inserting a flash drive, except you get access to the limitless cloud (if you’re subscribed to Amazon, that is). Besides that, CloudMounter also supports work with S3 and IAM-compatible services.

Backblaze B2 Backup

Get more utility out of your Backblaze B2 account. Interact with files directly on a remote cloud, foregoing the need to download them.

And you’re not limited to a single account, either - any number of them can be accessed at the same time, free of any restrictions on the part of CloudMounter.

FTP, SFTP, WebDAV, OpenStack

These protocols can be found on a local network as well. CloudMounter is truly universal, making it easier to safely add any drive to your collection.

FTP/SFTP Remote Connection

Any servers that run the FTP/SFTP protocols are a suitable resource for CloudMounter. If you have the required credentials - namely, server address and login info - you’ll get all available files as a single folder in the file browser of your choice. Removing and pasting is possible as well.

Mount WebDAV

WebDAV is another server option that works. You can view, edit in live mode, or manipulate files, not having any need for network transfers - since CloudMounter will do the job for you. Use the disk freely, as you would with any other folder.

OpenStack Storage

If your remote drive runs on OpenStack, no worries - we’ve got that covered. It will be connected with remarkable ease and made available in Finder.

With direct access, you can focus on the important things, instead of setting up and configuring the connection. View files or send them back and forth - your choice.

Box, MEGA, pCloud

These popular services are all about file sharing and storage - a perfect fit for CloudMounter.

Box Files and Docs

Box is already simple enough, but CloudMounter takes it to the next level - no need for a separate client. Add it to the native macOS file manager with all the features of a standard folder.

Works perfectly with editing software and such. No need to overcomplicate things. All the files are now in your hands.

MEGA Services on Desktop

Do you have a bunch of files and folders up on MEGA? This popular service is one of the many CloudMounter-compatible storage platforms.

Look through the files and pick up the ones you need right on your Mac. A breeze to use, and it opens up massive opportunities in regard to cloud storage.

pCloud Accounts

Are you a pCloud user? CloudMounter has that covered as well. The benefits are easy to see - instant access to any pCloud resources on your account! It will appear as a folder in your desktop file manager, easily modifiable and usable right off the bat.

Keep Your Data Safe

With CloudMounter, expect nothing less than complete protection. Your files on the supported cloud storages and web services will be encrypted and unreadable from different devices or apps.
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FTP File
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Amazon S3
Amazon File
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Encrypt data
What customers say
    I’ve regularly used ExpanDrive and the native Mac client from Google, until recently. CloudMounter is simply the best of both worlds.
    Steve Harman Steve Harman


This all-in-one cloud manager for Mac is fully compatible with macOS 10.14 and later. Requires 57.46MB of free space, latest version 4.7(1404). Released 11 Jul, 2024.

4.8 rank based on 436+ users , Reviews (255)
CloudMounter featured in App Store