Last Updated on March 19, 2021 by admin
Mountain Duck, based on the solid open-source foundation of Cyberduck, allows you to mount remote volumes in Finder on OS X and File Explorer on Windows. Access remote files as if they were on a local disk, and edit them with your preferred applications. A minimalist user interface in the menu bar allows you to quickly mount remote volumes. Bookmarks are shared with Cyberduck if installed.
All major protocols are supported to connect to just about any server or cloud storage, including WebDAV, Amazon S3, Microsoft Azure, OpenStack Swift, FTP, and SFTP.
Unlike other solutions, installation on OS X requires no administrator privileges and zero system extensions.
What’s new in Mountain Duck
- Dutch (Nederlands) Localization
- Failure renaming files (OneDrive, Sharepoint)
- Allow to copy URLs for multiple selected files using context menu
- Previously cached files may not immediately update with later version available from the server (macOS)
- Degraded system performance with open sync menu and many transfers in progress (macOS)
- Faster folder indexing in background
- Specific error message on quota failure in Finder (macOS)
- Refresh all observed folders in Finder when choosing Reload in context menu (macOS)
- Do not synchronize new folders created in Windows Explorer prior renaming (Windows)
- Failure to check for lock on server opening previously open document in “Online” connect mode
- Empty folder contents after reconnecting when offline in “Smart Synchronization” mode
- Reappearing previously removed folder