Mountain Duck 2.6.4 – Mount Remote Storage in Mac Finder

Mountain Duck 2.6.4 – Mount Remote Storage in Mac Finder

Mountain Duck is a nice application for you who wants to mount your remote/cloud storage in Finder. By using this application, you will see your remote storage as a local drive which you can freely mount and unmount. It is pretty similar to ExpanDrive software for Mac. The new version of Mountain Duck 2.6.4 for Mac is now available for download.

Features

There are many features but these are the main features you can find in Mountain Duck full version.

  • Supports Google Drive, Dropbox, FTP, Amazon S3, Google Cloud, Azure, WebDAV, OneDrive and Backblaze
  • Simple and easy to use
  • Finder integration
  • Client side encryption
  • Support Microsoft Azure Blob Storage

ExpanDrive performs very well on Mac OS X Mojave, it is pretty fast. Mountain Duck 2.6.4 also has a good speed. If you want to compare features between ExpanDrive and Mountain Duck, you can check it here.

Download Mountain Duck for Mac

You can download the installation file using this link. Simply double click the dmg file and then drag the Mountain Duck icon to the Application. Simply as that. We have tested this application on Mac OS X Mojave and it works very well.

How to Use it

To connect to your cloud storage, simply click the icon in the top right panel and then click New Bookmark. Then select the protocol you want to use.

You will then need to enter the username of the service. You can also change some default settings via Preferences page as follow.

Once you are connected, you should see your files on Finder. You can then open and manage your remote files directly from your Mac without having to open web browser.

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For more information, please visit the official website.

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