The top 10 solutions for mounting cloud storages

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These days everything is in the clouds, cloud storage we mean. Cloud services provide us with lots of space and the convenience of accessing your images, documents, and all important data from any spot on the planet. However, working with the clouds is much more convenient and professional when you can mount them as disks on your computer. This way you can work with multiple cloud storages just as if they were regular drives on your Mac. A good quality solution will let you work with any cloud storage you need without even realizing it is all online, providing with all needed options and menus for flawless file operations.

In order not to make a mad dash somewhere and download the first available personal cloud software, we have prepared the list of best solutions. We really hope that after reading it you could find the one you like the most and proudly call it as “My cloud software” and stop your further search. So here we go.


Here we listed the best 10 apps that allow mounting cloud storages

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Requirements: OS X 10.10+. 32.15MB free space. Version 3.4.546. (9th Sep, 2018). 5 Rank based on 58+ users, Reviews(25)
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CloudMounter is a neat little utility for mounting cloud storages and remote web servers on your Mac as local disks. It integrates with Finder and lets you mount the following cloud storages and remote servers: Dropbox, Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, Amazon S3, FTP, SFTP, FTPS, WebDAV, and ownCloud. You can mount as many accounts of each cloud or server as you need. Working with remote files feels just the same way as working with local ones, with the difference that you don't have to save them to your computer. This cloud software will securely store your server settings, while passwords are kept safe in Keychain. You can work with FUSE and OS X’s native file handling capabilities. Note that App Store edition of this app doesn't support FUSE.

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Commander One

This classy dual-panel file manager that lets you perform various file operations with ease and even without using a computer mouse. It offers hotkeys for any action, a handy switch to show and hide hidden files as well as lets you manage large amounts of files and folders at once. Additionally to having two panels, Commander One lets you open an unlimited number of tabs in each panel. This app works with archives of various types and lets you work with compressed folders just as if they were regular ones. It lets you mount such cloud services as Dropbox, Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, Amazon S3, ownCloud, and works with FTP and WebDAV protocols.

Commander One

ExpanDrive

This service is a network drive for cloud services. It lets you mount Amazon S3 storage, Amazon Cloud Drive, Google Drive, Dropbox, Box, Microsoft OneDrive, FTP and SFTP, WebDAV, OpenStack Swift, and more. It may be the most versatile mounting solution in terms of how many cloud types it supports. It offers smooth access to files without the need to sync them. However, it doesn't offer a vast list of other options.

ExpanDrive

Mountain Duck

This app is developed for mounting server and cloud storages as local disks in Finder on Mac and in File Explorer on PC. Just as previous cloud accounting software, it allows you to work with cloud storages and remote servers just as if they were local disks on your computer. Mountain Duck works with the following storages and servers: Amazon S3, SFTP, FTP, WebDAV, Azure, and OpenStack Swift. The app is available for Windows and for Mac OS.

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NetDrive

This cloud desktop app offers direct access to multiple cloud storages from your computer. To connect to an online storage you just need to enter login information, and a storage will automatically appear as a virtual drive on every start of your computer. It works with a large number of remote servers and online storages: Dropbox, Google Drive, Box, Microsoft OneDrive, Amazon S3, Amazon Cloud Drive, SFTP, FTP, WebDAV, and more.

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DirectNet Drive

DirectNet Drive is a cloud management solution for Windows OS. It allows you working with remote storages as if they were local disks by simply dragging and dropping the files on Windows Explorer. You can watch movies and listen to the music directly from an FTP cloud server without any effort. When editing some documents stored on a remote server there is no need to save a local copy and then upload it again after you are done editing. DirectNet Drive works with FTP, SFTP, and WebDAV servers.

DirectNet Drive

TntDrive

Next on our list of best cloud applications is TntDrive. It is a simple app with a narrow focus. It only works for Amazon S3 and is only available for Windows OS. It provides you with an easy access to Amazon S3 buckets and files as if they were saved on your computer.

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Gladinet

Gladinet is a cloud app that offers on-demand access to cloud storages via mapped drives and works with Dropbox, Google Drive, Box, OneDrive, Amazon S3, FTP, WebDAV, and Azure. This service helps you keep your files synced across clouds, file servers, desktops and mobile devices no matter where they are located. It lets you access file servers from anywhere from mobile devices. You can consolidate file servers from remote offices.

Gladinet

WebDrive

Created with IT managers in mind this file transfer client offers a simple interface. It is available for Windows and Mac OS. It lets you work with cloud storage and corporate servers via one access point. With WebDrive, you can edit files on FTP and corporate SFTP servers the same way you would do with files stored locally on your machine. Also it supports Dropbox, Google Drive, Amazon Cloud Drive, Box, Microsoft OneDrive, Amazon S3, WebDAV.

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Transmit

Transmit is the Mac OS X FTP client that is fast and lets you work with FTP and SFTP servers, Amazon S3 storage, and WebDAV servers. With this app, you, can manage websites, do backups, or upload photos. With Transmit Disk feature, it is possible to mount supported servers and storages in Finder even when Transmit is not operating.

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So there you have it - top cloud apps for mounting clouds on your computer. Choose the one that works for your machine and for your needs and enjoy working with all storages from a single spot.

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This all-in-one cloud manager for Mac is fully compatible with MacOS 10.10 and later. Requires 32.15MB free space, latest version 3.4.546 released 9th Sep, 2018

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