CloudMounter is the ideal tool and FTP client for managing your cloud storage. It’s been designed for maximum compatibility with a range of different storage providers, meaning that you can use it alongside OneDrive, GoogleDrive, Amazon S3 and more. CloudMounter makes it as easy as possible to use these systems, integrating them into your computer’s search functions. This means that you can directly search for files and folders without even opening your cloud storage, once you mount cloud storage as local drive.
On top of that, CloudMounter offers improved encryption. While most cloud storage providers offer a certain level of security, CloudMounter boosts the encryption to keep your files as safe as possible. Plus, CloudMounter lets you mount FTP drives and WebDav folders. It’s completely user friendly and once set up, it takes a matter of seconds to manage folders and upload new files to your cloud storage. CloudMounter is available for both Windows and Mac, meaning that it’s the ideal service for most users.
Like CloudMounter, Air Explorer is designed to let you manage files and folders in your online cloud storage. It offers compatibility with plenty of different cloud storage systems. On top of that, it lets you easily move files between different cloud providers, as well as uploading or downloading to and from your MacBook devices. Air Explorer boosts encryption, meaning that your files will be safe and more secure than they would otherwise be. It also has automatic file transfer and sync features. This means that you can ensure your files are backed up to a cloud at certain points.
You can also schedule transfers depending on what your needs are. There’s the option of using command line tools to customize Air Explorer, but unless you’re an expert, this is a feature you probably won’t need. Unfortunately, Air Explorer doesn’t provide the kind of integration offered by CloudMounter. But if you’re looking for a program that works well with multiple different clouds, this might be the ideal one for you.