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Eltima-Cloudmounter for Mac

Eltima-Cloudmounter for Mac


Mount cloud storage as local drive on Mac

CloudMounter is a reliable system utility that allows mounting different cloud storages and web servers to your Mac as local disks. Connect to Microsoft OneDrive, Google Drive, Amazon S3, Dropbox, FTP and WebDAV servers in Finder, as if they are located on your machine.

Secure Cloud Storages

CloudMounter keeps all files in your Clouds thoroughly protected. Encrypt Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive, Amazon S3 as well as the files on FTP/WebDAV servers.

Integration with Finder

Mount cloud storage as local drive and work with online files the same way as with local ones.

Cloud Services

CloudMounter makes your cloud accounts easy to reach. Mount multiple Dropbox, Google Drive and Microsoft OneDrive accounts without having to transfer files to your computer. Moreover, you can use one of each of these cloud services with the encryption for free.

Dropbox client

You can mount Dropbox accounts as drives without installing them on your computer and copying the content to your local drive.

CloudMounter allows you to upload files to Dropbox just as if you were moving them to a local folder in Finder. Mount all your Dropbox accounts including one of them without charge.

Mount Google Drive

Work with all your online sheets and docs as with local files. CloudMounter lets you mount numerous Google Drive accounts on your computer and one of them for free.

Even though you are working with your Google Drive files as with local ones, you won’t need to save them on your Mac.

OneDrive for Mac

With CloudMounter your Microsoft OneDrive accounts can be set up as local drives, making working with them as easy as with any local folder on your computer. And there is no need to copy anything to Mac to be able to fully manage the account content. Choose your main OneDrive account and manage it in Finder for absolutely free.

Amazon S3 browser and pCloud

Store any number of files of any size in your Amazon S3 or pCloud and get easy access to them with CloudMounter.

Amazon S3 file manager

CloudMounter brings your work with Amazon S3 storage to the next level. It is easy to mount your favorite secure online storage to Mac as a removable disk.

This gives you the possibility to conveniently manage your data in your Amazon S3 account, choosing whether to connect to Amazon’s entire account or mount S3 selected buckets.

CloudMounter supports all AWS regions, including EU (Frankfurt), Asia Pacific (Seoul), US East (Ohio), Asia Pacific (Mumbai), Canada (Central), EU (London) and China (Beijing).


Being integrated into Finder CloudMounter makes it possible to set up your pCloud accounts as local drives. Connect as many pCloud accounts as you wish and get a flawless account to them all from one spot.

Thanks to CloudMounter handling your online files is easy, fast, and convenient: copy, transfer files between online accounts, edit, create, view, or simply delete right from Finder.

FTP/SFTP/FTPS, WebDAV and OpenStack Swift clients

Mount FTP, SFTP, WebDAV and OpenStack Swift servers as drive and manage your online files as if they were stored on your machine — all using CloudMounter. The app safely stores all your server settings and passwords are kept safe in Keychain.

FTP/SFTP Connection

Connect to your web servers through standard or secure FTP protocols, map FTP as local drive in Finder and access your online files as local ones — view, delete, create, as well as upload to and download files from your remote server.

With CloudMounter you can conveniently view the full file structure of a website or a file server.

WebDAV client

Connect to and mount WebDAV server as disk on your Mac. Thanks to CloudMounter you get full control over remote files on the server — create, view, upload, etc.

CloudMounter uses multiple connections for file transfer as well as for browsing and deleting of remote folders.

Mount OpenStack Swift cloud to Mac

Connect OpenStack storage to your Mac as removable disk. With CloudMounter you can access your private OpenStack cloud as if it has been a folder on your Mac, but without occupying any drive space.

Mount as many OpenStack servers as you need, manage your online data and transfer it between the servers – all directly from your Finder window.

Box, BackBlaze and Mega Client

Access numerous Box, BackBlaze and MEGA accounts from one spot via CloudMounter. Handle your online documents directly from Finder.

Box cloud service

Connect to your Box account right from Mac Finder thanks to our Box client for Mac. Make Box file sharing more convenient with our cloud drive manager.

CloudMounter lets you use Box document sharing without copying the content on the Mac hard drive. Take control of file management: download from and upload files to Box cloud service easily.

Backblaze cloud storage

With CloudMounter you can connect to Backblaze B2 Cloud Storage on macOS computer as if it was a local drive. Work with online files without saving them to computer, manage your documents from B2 Cloud account directly.

Get the access to Backblaze B2 account from Mac Finder thanks to our cloud manager. Any number of accounts can be mounted at the same time.


Make it possible to connect Mega cloud storage as a local drive to your Mac computer thanks to the all-in-one solution – CloudMounter.

Map innumerous MEGA accounts and have seamless access to them all right from Mac Finder. Work with your online MEGA files without copying them to your computer and stealing your precious hard drive space.

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