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Developer(s)Electronic Team, Inc.
Initial release12 July 2016 (2016-07-12)
    Operating systemOS X 10.10+
    PlatformMacintosh, Windows
    Size17.3 MB
    Available inEnglish
    TypeFTP client, Utility
    LicensePaid with Trial

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    CloudMounter macOS application was released on July 12 2016. It functions as a tool for mounting drives and cloud storage, as well as increasing encryption and security. It also works as an effective file management system, and is compatible with FTP, FTPS and SFTP file transfer protocols. CloudMounter is available in both Mac App store and standalone editions, with a few differences between the two. It can be downloaded either from the App store, or straight from the developers’ home page.


    CloudMounter has been designed to let users easily manage multiple cloud storage accounts. It is compatible with OpenStack, OneDrive, Dropbox, GoogleDrive, Amazon S3, and other leading cloud storage services. Once installed, CloudMounter functions as a versatile access point for all your online storage, letting you access them in much the same way as you would a standard hard drive. This means that rather than having to log on and access your cloud storage via a browser or desktop app, you can get to all your saved files directly through the CloudMounter application. In addition, managing your files via cloud services means that you’re able to save space. Most cloud storage services provide users with a certain amount of free storage to make use of, ranging from 2GB for Dropbox to 30GB for OneDrive. By using cloud storage, while accessing it in the same manner as you would a local drive, you can save valuable space on your hard drive.

    CloudMounter is designed to provide a high level of convenience through its file and folder management systems, while also saving you disk space by letting you manage and access your online storage as if it were a standard drive. It simplifies the process of moving files around by allowing you to access all your online storage directly through the app. This means that downloading or uploading data is the matter of a few clicks, or a simple drag and drop. Usability and convenience have been prioritised in the development of CloudMounter, ensuring that users can get to grips with it as quickly as possible.

    Encryption Feature[edit]

    CloudMounter increases the security of your online files by placing encryption on them. When saving files to your cloud storage systems, CloudMounter uses sophisticated algorithms to ensure that all stored data is completely secure and safe from any unauthorised access. While cloud storage services generally provide a certain level of security, CloudMounter is able to boost this level to make sure no one can get to your saved data. CloudMounter does not save any login data to a cloud, meaning that the risks of your folders being illegally accessed are considerably lower.

    CloudMounter’s encryption works by using algorithms to control access to files and folders. The algorithms ensure that all data is encrypted and not visible in its original form. The only way that you can see the data is by unencrypting it using the keys saved within the CloudMounter app. This means that any files you’ve uploaded to your cloud storage service via CloudMounter will only be accessible from your CloudMounter account. As a result, the preexisting security provided by these services will be considerably boosted, ensuring that all saved files and folders are completely safe.

    Connect Cloud Storage Space as a Local Drive[edit]

    The greatest benefit of CloudMounter is that it can mount cloud storage in the same manner as a local drive. Compatible with a range of different cloud services, CloudMounter lets you create a shortcut to your files, accessible via the Finder tool on Mac. You can search through your cloud storage in exactly the same manner as you would a local drive. As a result, you can save considerable amounts of disk space by keeping all your files and folders saved online, but still accessible in a few clicks.

    The mounting feature of CloudMounter is the main thing that makes it stand out from other similar products on the market. Due to the prevalence of cloud storage for both personal and business purposes, the number of people using cloud services has risen exponentially year on year. However, despite the popularity and usefulness of cloud storage, accessibility has always been an issue. While cloud storage services are extremely convenient, the lack of synchronisation with desktops has been a constant issue. By letting you mount a cloud storage in the same way that you would use a local drive, CloudMounter lets you access a wide range of different storage systems with a few clicks. Once you’ve mounted your cloud service, you can keep track of operations and tasks with the icons applied by CloudMounter. A number of different status icons are applied to your files and folders, letting you see which file transfers are in progress, which ones are complete, and which ones require your attention.

    CloudMounter’s versatility is also something that sets it apart from similar services. Many tools for mounting cloud storage as a local drive only focus on a single storage provider. However, CloudMounter is compatible with a range of different providers, including: ·Dropbox ·Google Drive ·Microsoft OneDrive ·Amazon S3 ·WebDAV ·FTP, SFTP and FTPS In addition, you can use more than one account of the above services with CloudMounter. In fact, there’s no limit to the number of accounts you can mount using the application.

    Operating System Support[edit]

    CloudMounter has been designed for 100% compatibility with macOS. The application functions through the Finder tool present in all Mac operating systems. In addition, CloudMounter benefits from regular updates that ensure it is always working at full capacity, and compatible with the latest Mac updates and operating systems.

    CloudMounter is available as a paid application. You can get a 15 day free trial in order to test out the application and see if it is the ideal tool for you. However, after 15 days you will need to buy a license in order to continue using the app. Once you have purchased a license, you’ll be able to benefit from all relevant support provided by the CloudMounter team.

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