NetDrive is a paid application for Windows and Mac that is designed to let you mount any cloud storage drive like a traditional hard drive.
- Cloud storage as a virtual drive
- Background uploading
- Multiple Mount Options
- NAS storage as a virtual drive
- SFTP to securely transfer files
- Team Plans for Businesses
- Treat any cloud storage drive like a real HDD
- Upload your files in the background
- Keep files synced across cloud services
- Treat NAS storage like a virtual drive
- Works with most cloud storage services
- Only offers 7-day free trial
- Cheapest plan is only a subscription
NetDrive is a simple application that lets you treat any of your cloud storage services like a local drive that you can access using your OS of choice. The service supports most modern cloud services including Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive, Box, AWS, Amazon Drive, Google Cloud Storage, and FTP. The application is available as a free 7-day trial, but if you want to continue using it, you have a few options. The yearly subscription option is the cheapest at $19.90 a year, but if the idea of a subscription isn't your cup of tea, there are a few other options too. You can pay for one year of support and 1 version upgrade for $49.95 or get lifetime support and lifetime upgrades for $99.95. The lifetime price is a little steep compared to the subscription, but if you think you'll use the app for five years or longer, it might be worth it to upgrade. Once installed, the app will ask you which cloud services you want to connect and mount onto your system. Select all those that apply and supply the login credentials and then you'll be able to access your cloud services through NetDrive. The same company also has a companion application called CloudSync that will allow you to sync your files between two cloud services and your PC, efficiently keeping three copies of your files for backup. Overall, NetDrive is an easy solution to keep the files on your cloud service accessible just like native hard drives, even if the price for the software is a little expensive. The extensive cloud service support and the ability to move files using Windows or Mac make this application worth it, however.
It's a great idea but very buggy. If you're not careful you can lose work as it randomly fails without you noticing...only when you go to retrieve your work and it's nowhere to be found do you realise. I'm looking for an alternative after wasting USD$50 on this...their support is useless too
Bad design, looks like a bad FTP client, mount point did not show on finder. Uninstall is asking my root password in their application (very smart).