Mountain Duck is a handy tool for mounting server and cloud storage accounts as local drives in Finder and Windows Explorer.
Based on Cyberduck, by the same developer, Mountain Duck can connect to FTP and SFTP servers, WebDAV, Amazon S3, Azure and OpenStack Swift storage.
Full support for secured SSL connections, strong ciphers, public key and two factor authentication keeps your communications safe at all times.
Setup is easy, particularly on the Mac: there's no admin privileges or installation required.
And once Mountain Duck is running, there's no more work to do. You're able to browse remote files and open them with any application, just as though they were on a local drive.
If you regularly work with cloud storage then Mountain Duck could save you a lot of time and hassle.
What's new in v4.6 (see full changelog for more)?
- [Feature] Segmented downloads with multiple connections per file
- [Feature] Skip uploading newly created empty files to server in "Online" connect mode
- [Feature] Notification when available disk space is lower than 100MB determined by quota on server
- [Feature] Support email@example.com cipher (SFTP) (#8554)
- [Feature] Tremendously faster uploading folders with many files to vault (Cryptomator, OneDrive, Google Drive, Backblaze B2) (#10849)
- [Feature] Substantially faster uploading folders with many files (OneDrive, Google Drive, Backblaze B2)
- [Bugfix] Connect mode setting not preserved when editing bookmark (Windows)
- [Bugfix] Support Elliptic Curve (EC) based client certificates for authentication (WebDAV, Windows)
- [Bugfix] Root directory instead of user home mounted after first connection (SFTP)
- [Bugfix] Ordering of URLs in context menu (S3)