CloudMounter : Mount Cloud Storage as Local Disks in Mac

Two remarkable trends have taken over in the past few years – first is that the cloud storage providers are giving huge amounts of storage space either free or at very affordable costs, and the second is that all the newer Macs are coming with low capacity SSD storage media. So even if you have a 128 GB SSD, you can still have access to multiple terabytes of storage space using a range of cloud storage services.

But using a number of cloud services becomes a hassle if you use all the different client apps. Instead, you can use CloudMounter system utility on your Mac and access all of your cloud storage accounts as if you are accessing any local disk. CloudMounter mounts all of your connected cloud storage services in your Mac as a disk drive. If you are using this utility then all of your cloud storage accounts can be accessed from a single point as displayed in the screenshot below:


Unlike the clients of various cloud services, CloudMounter does not work by syncing the files back and forth from the local disks and the cloud servers. When you are using CloudMounter, you are working directly with the files on the cloud. You can use a number of different cloud storage services through CloudMounter. It supports Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive , Amazon S3, Dropbox, FTP, FTPS and SFTP servers, WebDAV servers, OpenStack Swift storage system.

CloudMounter supports data encryption for all the cloud storage services and other protocols. You can setup data encryption for any of the cloud services and then only you would be able to access the files from that cloud storage and only through CloudMounter. If you access it through any other app or client, you will see encrypted files.


You can try CloudMounter for free for 15 days, and after that you can upgrade to the full version if you find it useful. People who store a lot of files on the cloud will definitely love it very much.

You can download CloudMounter from