In today’s age of affordable high-speed unlimited Internet connections and low-capacity SSD drives in Apple’s MacBook range, cloud storage services are becoming more and more popular. This is great news for those of us don’t want to carry around removable disks to transfer data from one place to another, or have to keep all our media on local drives; you simply need to upload your files to a cloud server, and are then able to access them whenever you need to.
This handy utility, from Eltima Software, is a centralized client that is able to manage information on the most popular cloud storage services, directly from the Mac Finder. CloudMounter allows mounting cloud accounts and web-servers to your Mac as local disks, thereby giving you the tools to oversee all of your cloud accounts from a single point of access.
Key Services include:
- Google Drive.
- Microsoft OneDrive.
- Amazon S3.
- WebDAV servers.
- FTP, FTPS and SFTP servers.
A stand out feature of CloudMounter is that you can choose one of your Dropbox, Google Drive and OneDrive accounts and manage them via Finder for free.
The app's simple interface and intuitive navigation makes this particular utility very easy to use; you simply launch the app, choose the service you need, populate your login details and away you go.
Along with connections to cloud services, CloudMounter also allows you to connect to remote FTP, SFTP, FTPS and WebDAV servers, in the same way that you would connect to any shared location on your local network.
You can connect to various accounts including Google Drive, Dropbox, Amazon S3, and OneDrive accounts, as well as (S)FTP and WebDAV servers.
The CloudMounter service is as safe as possible, as your login data is securely stored in your Mac OSX Keychain and is sent directly to your cloud service’s servers via SSL-encrypted channels.
Overall CloudMounter is a superb way to access all you cloud services from one place. The interface is aesthetically pleasing, it is very easy to use and can be navigated by users of all levels of expertise.