Amazon S3 Client For Mac

CloudMounter is a must-have tool for laptop users with low-capacity SSD-drives. You can easily mount most popular clouds as disks without having to download online files on the hard drive. As well as secure cloud files with data encryption. Choose one of your Dropbox, Google Drive and OneDrive accounts and manage them in Finder for free.
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CloudMounter adds one more platform! You can now mount your cloud storage accounts on your Linux computer too. Get it now!

Mount cloud drive as local disk on Mac

CloudMounter is a solid system utility for mounting cloud storages and web servers as local disks to your Mac. Connect to Dropbox, Google Drive, Amazon S3, Microsoft OneDrive, (S)FTP, WebDAV and OpenStack Swift servers in Finder, as if they are all hosted on your computer.


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OpenStack Swift

Amazon S3


And Amazon S3 is the only cloud storage service that it supports so you can say that it is a dedicated Amazon S3 client for Windows. Get this software from above link and then install it. After that, connect your S3 bucket in it for downloading and uploading files. 3HUB is a easy to use, Simple Amazon S3 client specially designed for Mac OS X. With this software user can directly access to there Amazon S3 online storage, upload, download, set permissions, share with friends and many more.


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Key characteristics of CloudMounter

CloudMounter is a very safe and comprehensive tool with a vast spectrum of supported cloud services and protocols.

Cloud data encryption

CloudMounter keeps your online files protected with advanced encryption standard. Thus reducing cloud risks to minimum.

Integration with Finder

The integration with Finder is smooth and logical. Makes using the app even easier and comprehensive.

Constant updates

We never stop improving and adding more cloud support to our product. Whatever ideas or concerns you have — our tech specialists are happy to help.

Secure Your Cloud Storages

CloudMounter allows encrypting Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive, Amazon S3 data as well as the files on FTP/WebDAV servers and OpenStack Swift object storage.
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Seamless integration with Finder

CloudMounter is your perfect hub between online storages and your computer. It makes working with remote hosts as easy as if the data was stored on your computer by letting you communicate with the clouds and remote servers from the comfort of Finder.

Status icons in Finder

CloudMounter visualises what's going on with your online files by adding info icons.
Your cloud files are not kept on the hard drive. You can save the hard disk space by mounting cloud services like Dropbox (2GB), Google Drive (15GB), Microsoft OneDrive (30GB), etc.
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'Getting started with CloudMounter is as easy as entering your credentials and clicking the Mount button.'
'What CloudMounter does is keep management all together in one app, so connecting and disconnecting is easier and faster, and Finder integration is a huge plus.'

Amazon S3 Client For Mac

'Managing different cloud storage accounts can be confusing, but there is a single app that integrates all those platforms in Finder: “CloudMounter”.
'Uninstall all your other service apps, saving the RAM and CPU of the Mac with ease.'

Supported platforms

CloudMounter is available for other desktop and mobile platforms. Get the access to online storages with this ultimate cloud manager on any device you have.
freeThis all-in-one cloud manager for Mac is fully compatible with MacOS 10.10 and later. Requires 32.15MB free space, latest version 3.4.546. Released 7th Sep, 2018.

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Amazon S3 is an useful web service that provides unlimited storage at a very cheap rate. It is a good place for people to backup their files to and also for webmasters to offload their images/scripts to reduce their server load. In Windows and Mac, there are several applications that allow you to access Amazon S3 from the desktop. To name a few – CloudBerry S3 Explorer, Cybderduck and S3Hub. In Linux, there are very few S3 desktop clients available and the only way out (for me) is to use S3Fox extension for Firefox. That is until I found DragonDisk.

Amazon S3

DragonDisk is a desktop client for the Amazon S3 Service. It currently supports Linux and Windows, and with plans to expand to Mac and mobile platforms. It comes with Window explorer style of user interface and its users can easily manage their files with drag and drop.

Using DragonDisk in Linux

Linux users, download the tar version of the DragonDisk software. Extract the tar file to your Home folder.

Open the DragonDisk folder and run the dragondisk script. When prompted, click “Run”.

Go to “File -> Amazon S3 accounts“. Click “New” and enter your Amazon S3 access and secret keys. You can also choose to use HTTP or HTTPS protocol.

One good thing about DragonDisk is that you can encrypt your S3 account so others cannot access your account just by opening the application.

The main user interface comes with two pane. You can decide which pane to use for local and remote files. Generally, I would prefer to use the left pane for local directory while the right pane for the S3 storage.

Transferring of files (to and from S3 account) can easily be done by highlighting, dragging and dropping.

DragonDisk features

There are several features that I like in DragonDisk.

Metadata editor

After you have uploaded your files to your S3 account, there are several properties that you can set:

Reduced Redundancy Storage

ACL permissions

HTTP headers (and expiry date)



Define whether the file should be accessed with HTTP or HTTPS protocol and should it be signed or as a torrent.

Folders synchronization

DragonDisk allows you to synchronize your local and remote folder. In another word, you can easily use DragonDisk as a backup software, much like the TimeMachine in Mac.

You can even configure the synchronization options whether to replace the files if it exist in the remote location.

Other useful features

  • Support for versioning
  • Proxy support.
  • ACL inheritance.
  • Support for CNAMEs
  • Copy and move files between Amazon S3 accounts
  • Detailed operations logs

In term of popularity, Dragon Disk is mostly unheard of. But when it comes to functionality, Dragon Disk is definitely one of the best that I have come across, not to mention that it is free and supports Linux while most S3 clients don’t. If you have not tried it, I urge you to try it now.

Amazon S3 Sync Client Mac

Let us know if you know of any other free S3 desktop client for Linux.

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