Cloud Commander with Dropbox, Box, OneDrive and Flickr
By De Voorkant
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*** Please note that the Office365 protocol has changed and no longer works ***
Connect to all your Cloud accounts and only download what you need. Cloud Commander lets you browse file details or thumbnails of images and PDF files without downloading the files to your Mac. To transfer files, you can drag files from one account to another (between two Cloud Commander windows) or from and to the Finder. You can open another Cloud Commander window using the File menu or the keyboard shortcut ⌘-N.
Files can be previewed with Quick Look (click the Quick Look (eye) button, or press the Space bar to toggle the Quick Look window).
Right clicking on a file or selection will show a menu with options Open With, Rename or Delete.
Double click opens in the default application. When a file opened with Open With was changed, Cloud Commander will ask if the changes should be save back to the Cloud.
Supported connections include:
* Microsoft Office 365 OneDrive for Business *** NO LONGER WORKS ***
* Google Drive
* Copy (www.copy.com)
* FTP / SFTP / FTPS
As with the iOS version of Cloud Commander, please let us know what you miss on email@example.com. In upcoming releases, the order in which new features are made available will be determined by popular demand
What's New in Version 3.7.6
- Box upload API change
- Gave in to popular demand and removed the prominent red user interface
Exactly What I Needed
Paying way too much for Dropbox. So I wanted to move files from Dropbox to OneDrive without downloading from Dropbox then uploading to OneDrive. That’s all I wanted this app to do and it works great. It also moves entire folders.
No instructions included, so read the app description copy.
Decen but missing one piece of Functionality
This app does a great job of letting you navigate a cloud based data store. It sisgns in effectively, lets you navigate teh files natively. The one thing missing is the ability to mount the cloud store as a drive/device in the operating system. ExpanDrive does that, but its not worth really paying 10 times the price of CloudDCommander.
Cute but limited
Its really only a browser. Its missing basic management functionality like the ability to move files around.
For $5.00 it migth be usefu if all you need to do is inspect and delete stuff...