NEWYoo-hoo! CloudMounter runs natively on Mac computers with Apple silicon: M1 and M2 series!
Protect Cloud Storages and Web Servers
Increase the security of your online accounts and remote servers. Encrypt files stored in Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive, Amazon S3, FTP/SFTP/WebDAV servers. Have all your files thoroughly protected.
Map WebDAV to your computer
Сonnect to a remote WebDAV server via CloudMounter to gain total control over your online files. Map WebDAV as a hard drive and edit, copy, move, browse, delete files, etc. with ease.
CloudMounter allows mounting multiple WebDAV accounts at the same time to your computer and facilitates your workflow with no need to save data on your computer.
Access files from different servers
Handle files stored on different servers from one spot. Move them around without copying them to your computer. Save precious space for more important data.
Establish WebDAV connection via CloudMounter and work with your online files as with the local ones. Thanks to seamless integration into the native macOS file manager dealing with online files is super easy and fast.
Why users decide on CloudMounter
CloudMounter is not only a handy WebDAV client Mac solution but also perfectly works with a great variety of other cloud storage services and protocols. In addition, the app reduces the risks of keeping sensitive data online to the minimum thanks to the encryption feature.
macOS Keychain support
Your personal information is securely protected in our WebDAV client. When logging in to your online accounts your passwords are sent to the servers through encrypted channels as they are stored in macOS Keychain.
Finder Integration support
Mount your various cloud accounts in Finder’s sidebar where they can be accessed and worked with as if they are your local drives. Have more convenient work with your online files.
More Cloud Storage Services
A better quality product is our main goal that is why we never stop improving CloudMounter adding more cloud storage services to the list and expanding CloudMounter’s features. More cloud services will be added in the near future.
How to mount WebDAV as a local drive
Seamless work with the files stored on WebDAV server is possible via CloudMounter. To mount a WebDAV server as a drive follow the steps below:
Download and launch CloudMounter on your computer.
Add a new WebDAV connection by clicking the corresponding icon.
In the invoked window choose the connection name, paste a WebDAV URL, indicate your account username and password.
Frequently Asked Questions
WebDAV client establishes a connection between users and a web server so they can upload and download files. With the help of WebDAV clients users can edit and collaborate on files on a WebDAV server.
Navigate to “Go to” in the Finder menu and choose “Connect to Server” on your Mac computer. Enter the address of your WebDAV server, click the “Connect” button. After that, select the type of connection, enter the username and password of an account to access the folder. Click “Connect”. You have connected to the specified folder using the WebDAV protocol.
Remote access via WebDAV is comparable in security to user password-based VPN access. The only difference is the increased attack surface of WebDAV due to the open port 443. The best way to provide additional protection to any type of Web connection is to require client certificates along with password authentication.
The most convenient way to connect to a WebDAV server is to use CloudMounter. The app has a harmonious integration into Finder allowing dealing with WebDAV server as with a local drive for more efficient file management.
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
CloudMounter for Windows
You can now mount your multiple cloud storages as local disks on your PC too.