Cloud Commander OneDrive Edition (supports Microsoft Office 365 OneDrive for Business)
By De Voorkant
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A special edition of Cloud Commander for OneDrive and OneDrive for Business (Office 365).
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.
What's New in Version 3.7.4
New in 3.7.4:
- Uses the new Box API - Box stopped supporting the API used by Cloud Commander
- OneDrive for Business AD FS improvement
- More accurate file dates in different timezones
- Stability improvement and other bug fixes
- Improved Office 365 SkyDrive Pro, included ADFS (federated login) support
- Preferences added to change drag and drop behavior
- Show available space for cloud accounts (depends on support of the Cloud Service API)
- Drag and Drop now supports move, copy and delete (when dropped on the Trash)
- Full screen support
A good start; helpful but not a complete solution
I'm glad you made it, and glad you let me use it today, for free. It's almost working well, but uploading files never seems to complete. I'm uploading big audio files. The progress bar eventually fills up, and much later, looks exactly the same. When is my file ready? I can't tell.
I was able to create folders while waiting on a file to upload, though, and that's already a time saver.
I'd say I recommend this, but only with reservations: it's not doing the job perfectly, and it's not giving a crucial piece of user feedback (is the file uploaded? If not, why not?).
Limited file upload capability
I use this application with MS Office 365 OneDrive for Business. I’ve attempted to upload a wide range of both file sizes and file amounts. There seems to be a size limit of around 100MB for reliable upload to OfB. Above that, the upload won’t complete to varying degrees (20%? 50%? 99%?). As for the max amount of files, that seems to be around 200 for files that add up to a total size around the size limit I mentioned.
I don’t know if this is an intentional limit to push users into the $5 version, or a fault with the OfB API, or shoddy programming, but it is pretty disappointing overall.
Good but needs a “sync” option
Good app for viewing and managing onedrive for business. Preview feature is great to read a file without opening it in a full program.
What this app really needs is the ability to sync siles/folders to onedrive for business like the naitve MS app does on the Windows side. That would take it from warm to hot!
- Category: Business
- Updated: May 08, 2014
- Version: 3.7.4
- Size: 7.0 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: De Voorkant
- © 2013 De Voorkant BV
Compatibility: OS X 10.7 or later, 64-bit processor