How to connect to CloudMe via WebDAV


With the fast-paced development of the global network it was harder and harder to use it for just reading and viewing of the documents. It was essential to develop a way to collaborate on online documentation in real time without having to write content offline and then upload it to servers. The IETF working group was created in an effort to develop various extensions to HTTP that would allow users all over the world to easily collaborate on online files. WebDAV (World Wide Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning) has begun in 1996. With the help of this extension one can copy, move, edit and share files via a web server. WebDAV can be used with shared apps that feature file locking and revision tracking possibilities. For more information on OSX WebDAV usage continue reading.

CloudMe via WebDAV

Here we'll talk about connecting to your CloudMe account via WebDAV, which WebDAV client for Mac you can use, how to mount WebDAV on your computer, and how to make WebDAV access easy and effortless.

CloudMe can be mounted as a network drive on Mac so that you can work with your online documents as if they were stored locally. To do so, you'll need a good quality WebDAV file manager for Mac where you can fully benefit from WebDAV file sharing.

To connect to CloudMe via WebDAV protocol, use the following:

  1. Server: https://webdav.cloudme.com.
  2. Login: Your CloudMe username password.
  3. A reliable WebDAV software.

How to connect to WebDAV with CloudMounter

CloudMe via CloudMounter

CloudMounter is a highly recommended app that knows how to connect to WebDAV and is easily the best WebDAV client for Mac OS. With the help of this WebDAV tool you can mount a remote WebDAV server on your Mac and manage your remote files conveniently. You can mount as many WebDAV accounts as needed for the easiest file transfer for Mac among servers without having to save the files to your hard drive. Not only CloudMounter is a friendly little app, it also is pretty secure - all your login details for your servers are kept in macOS Keychain and are only used by CloudMounter when you are logging in to a dedicated storage. This app joins its forces with Finder by integrating smoothly with it and providing you with the most convenient file management experience.

CloudMounter also supports FTP/SFTP servers, Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, Amazon S3, and OpenStack storages.

CloudMounter

Requirements: OS X 10.10+ , 13.1Mb free space
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