CloudMounter, The Perfect Way to Manage Cloud Storage Accounts on your Mac

When you get to that point where you start to run out of hard drive space on your Mac the first step you take to keep your files is with cloud storage. Well at least I do. Over the years, cloud storage has become more and more popular. Whether that is Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, Amazon S3, etc., you can generally count on then to hold the extra files mounting up on your Mac. The great thing about some of the cloud storage is you get a certain amount of GB free to hold your files. What I tend to do is have an account with a number of storages. That way I won’t need to pay for the monthly fees.

CloudMounter app by Eltima is very helpful because with having accounts for so many cloud storage accounts you need a way to get easily manage them from one single access. CloudMounter is prefect and allows you to connect your Google Drive, OneDrive, DropBox, FTP servers, WebDAV servers and Amazon S3. Once you download the app and login you will be able mount cloud storages and web servers as local disks to your Mac.

CloudMounter keeps for files safe and secure and uses Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) with a 256-bit key length to translate data into a different form. The app also utilise the MacOS keychain to kept passwords secure. CloudMounter doesn’t store your log-in details and encrypt all your data. If your account somehow gets hacked and someone access it from a device that isn’t authorised then all they will see is data which will make no sense.

The developers do promise constant updates to improve CloudMounter so you will see more and more useful features.

The full price license with lifetime upgrade for your Mac cost $44.99 and is well worth it to have all your cloud storage in one place. There is a 15-day trial of CloudMounter, this allows you to check how good the software is before fully committing. After the free trial is up you can continue to use one account for Dropbox, Google Drive and OneDrive with no limitations.

Now if you only have one or two cloud storage accounts then you might not find CloudMounter completely useful. It best works if you have a number of accounts to manage. Try it out and do let us know what you think.