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Mount Google Drive as network drive on Mac

View and edit online documents directly on macOS. Open cloud drives in Finder. CloudMounter lets you mount Google Drive, S3 buckets, Dropbox, and other cloud filesystems. Multiple Google accounts can be connected at the same time. Additional features, including encryption, Keychain support, and Finder integration will help you.

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Mount Google Drive

CloudMounter can make your Google Drive accessible as a drive in Finder. Instead of using the Google Drive web interface, you can just click and drag. With this tool, documents can be edited and saved straight to cloud storage without having to re-upload them. Other file types can also be viewed without downloading.

CloudMounter opens up a lot of possibilities for cloud file management, such as using desktop batch renaming and sorting tools.

Connect More Accounts

Two or more Google Drive accounts can be accessed simultaneously.

Transfer Files Between Cloud Drives

Copy and paste to instantly send files from one mounted drive to another.

See Shared Files and Folders

CloudMounter folders include shared and viewed files in addition to your own.

Why we choose CloudMounter

CloudMounter is a fast, convenient way to access cloud drives. It has lots of advantages over browser interfaces, including the ability to mount multiple cloud accounts. At the same time, it’s completely secure.

macOS Keychain

In order to provide more privacy and safety, CloudMounter does not store your login info. Instead, it relies on the Keychain.

Finder Integration

Mounted drives support all Finder functions - copying, moving, linking, folder creation, and deletion, regardless of the cloud service.

Highly Compatible

CloudMounter supports all popular cloud drive providers, including Google, Dropbox, OneDrive, MEGA, Amazon S3, OpenStack, and other supported services.
Finder Integration
Mount cloud storage as local drive on your Mac to manage your cloud files like local ones in Finder. Besides that, CloudMounter features an offline mode of working with files. Have all your files within reach, regardless of the Internet connection.

How to mount Google Drive on Mac via CloudMounter

You can use CloudMounter to overcome Google Drive limits by mounting several free accounts. Here’s how to add one:
Open the CloudMounter window.

Select Google Drive.

 Google Drive in CloudMounter
Enter your account credentials and specify other options.
Click "Mount".

It can now be found under Locations in Finder. You can quickly upload to Google Drive by dragging files over to this folder.

All supported services

CloudMounter lets you mount google drive as local disk as well as other cloud storages and various servers.

Frequently Asked Questions:

There are repositories for software such as google-drive-ocamlfuse, which lets you accomplish this task. If you don’t have any other options, Google Drive can be opened in the browser.
You can go to, press the big + and choose "File upload". Alternatively, you can mount the drive with CloudMounter and paste the file in its directory.
CloudMounter is the easiest way to do this. Try the app - you’ll add your Drive to Finder in no time.

Protect Cloud Storages and Web Services

Enable Google Drive encryption to make your files inaccessible to the service provider. Add another layer of safety at the press of a button. No need for additional apps.
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What customers say
    • 4.8
    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

Overall rating 4.8
based on 255 reviews


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

4.8 rank based on 436+ users, Reviews (255)
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CloudMounter for Windows
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