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Cloudmounter – Connect pCloud as a Local Drive

pCloud continues to be a popular cloud storage service enjoyed by many users, but there might be a way to make the service even better. With the cloud storage management solution CloudMounter, users can access all their pCloud accounts as if they were local drives on their MacBook in Finder, and even access multiple pCloud accounts simultaneously.
Yoo-hoo! CloudMounter is now natively compatible with Apple M1-powered Macs!

What is pCloud?

pCloud is a cloud storage service that first appeared in 2013, and has garnered a lot of fans through features such as its integrated media player, excellent file syncing, and file recovery features. One feature that really stands out is the option for zero-knowledge pCloud Crypto encryption available to customers at an extra charge, which affords users the very highest level of privacy and security for all pCloud file transfer activities.As well as syncing local files to the cloud and making backups, you can also configure synchronization for pCloud with WebDAV and other remote server protocols. pCloud isn’t the biggest cloud storage provider around, but the performance and features of the service make it a worthy alternative for bigger names like Google Drive and Dropbox.

Guarantee Secure Access to Remote Servers and Cloud Storage Services

While pCloud offers stronger encryption as an optional extra, CloudMounter’s end-to-end encryption means that all your cloud files are secured automatically when you use the service. That doesn’t just go for pCloud: Google Drive, Amazon S3, Backblaze, and other cloud storage accounts also benefit from the extra encryption, including any files accessed through server protocols where security measures may not come as standard.
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Mount pCloud Storage as a Local Drive

CloudMounter allows you to link any pCloud accounts you have with Finder, so you can then browse all your cloud storage as if the files were stored on a local drive. This means that you can manage all your different accounts through a single interface, making it simple to move, edit or delete files between your different cloud storage resources.

Unlimited Connections

There’s no limit to the amount of cloud storage accounts you can access at the same time with CloudMounter. You can even access multiple accounts from the same service simultaneously, allowing you to, for example, swap files between your personal Google Drive account and a work account without having to waste time logging in and out of different accounts.

Move Files Across Clouds

With CloudMounter it’s easy to move files between your different cloud storage or remote servers. Furthermore, CloudMounter doesn’t need to save files to your computer to move them, enabling better performance and reducing memory demands on your device.

A Mac Client for Finder Integration

Using CloudMounter lets you manage all your cloud storage through Finder, so you don’t have to waste time getting to grips with different desktop clients or browser-based access for every single cloud storage. Simply use Finder as you normally would just as if you were managing local files. It’s fast, familiar, and convenient, and also means you save on operating power by not having multiple cloud storage programs running at once.

Top Choice for Cloud Storage Management

With its intuitive interface and end-to-end encryption as standard, CloudMounter has become the go-to cloud storage client for many satisfied users. Compatibility with a wide range of cloud storage providers combines with a range of useful features to make CloudMounter an essential utility.

MacOS Keychain Support

CloudMounter doesn’t store any of your personal information to provide a private and secure cloud storage management solution. CloudMounter stores any passwords you use in macOS Keychain to be protected with encryption when interacting with third-party servers.

Seamless Finder Integration

External servers and cloud storage services can be navigated with just a few clicks thanks to CloudMounter’s seamless integration with Finder on macOS. Mount unlimited pCloud accounts and navigate them through a single interface for unmatched ease and efficiency.

Ongoing Cloud Evolution

The team behind CloudMounter are always at work looking at ways to make the service better for the many users who use the service to enhance their use of cloud storage, like adding native Apple Silicon support and forthcoming iCloud integration.
pCloud is fully compatible with macOS devices. Simply download and open the installer, follow the instructions and you’re ready to go. Native pCloud Mac M1 compatibility is also featured.
Some users might find services like Google Drive and OneDrive better for collaborative tools, but overall pCloud is a terrific cloud storage provider that consistently earns high review scores.
pCloud is arguably one of the most secure cloud services around. It’s based in Switzerland and adheres to strict privacy laws, while the optional “pCloud Crypto” feature ensures zero-knowledge encryption for all your files.

All Major Cloud Storage Providers Supported

CloudMounter is compatible with all market-leading cloud storage providers, including pCloud, Amazon S3, Google Drive, One Drive, Backblaze, Dropbox, and more. Additionally, CloudMounter can also leverage remote server protocols like FTP, SFTP, and WebDAV. Simply download the program, log on with your regular account details and effortlessly browse and manage all your mounted cloud storage drives through Finder.

CloudMounter Languages

  • Czech
  • German
  • English
  • French
  • Italian
  • Japanese
  • Korean
  • Russian
  • Spanish
  • Chinese
What customers say
    I’ve regularly used ExpanDrive and the native Mac client from Google, until recently. CloudMounter is simply the best of both worlds.
    Steve Harman


This all-in-one cloud manager for Mac is fully compatible with macOS 10.12 and later. Requires 49.65MB of free space, latest version 3.11.698. Released 16 Dec, 2021.

4.8 rank based on 436+ users, Reviews (255)
AppStore Editors Choice
CloudMounter for Windows
You can now mount your multiple cloud storages as local disks on your PC too.