Yoo-hoo! CloudMounter runs natively on Mac computers with Apple silicon: M1 and M2 series!
Alternative OneDrive client for Mac
Move files between cloud storages
Alternative OneDrive Client for Windows
All Your Accounts in One Place
From one Cloud Storage to Another
Encrypt Cloud Storages and Web Services
Support for Keychain
Multiple Cloud Management
How to connect to OneDrive via CloudMounter
Mounting Microsoft OneDrive with the help of CloudMounter is easy and will not take a lot of time. It’s as simple as ever to access your OneDrive folder. Just follow these steps, and your OneDrive cloud storage will be added to Finder like any other cloud storages or remote server:
Download the app and set up CloudMounter on your computer.
Open the app. The following window will be displayed on the screen of your computer.
Find Microsoft OneDrive icon from the list and left-click it. An authorization window will appear.
Proceed with logging into your Microsoft OneDrive account.
Once everything is ready, click Mount to map OneDrive as a network drive.
CloudMounter makes it possible to connect multiple accounts of Microsoft OneDrive and provides simultaneous access to them from within the native file system of your computer.
CloudMounter supports mounting Microsoft OneDrive not only on macOS but also Windows.
OneDrive is a cloud storage from Microsoft - a service that, using the Internet, copies specific files to a server computer disk. The principle of work of each service is the same:
- Connect the service to your computer.
- Select the folders that you want to upload to the network.
- That’s it. The program will do the rest on its own.
It is available for free to all Microsoft account holders. Windows 10 also uses OneDrive to sync system settings, visual settings, themes, app settings, and even Microsoft Edge tabs, browsing history, and saved passwords.
All supported services
I’ve regularly used ExpanDrive and the native Mac client from Google, until recently. CloudMounter is simply the best of both worlds.Steve Harman