Backblaze B2 client for Mac

With Commander One, you can connect to your Backblaze cloud storage account from your Mac and access and manage files as you would do with local files. Using Commander One means there’s no need to copy cloud files to your hard drive, saving storage space and allowing you to manage all your files directly in the cloud.

Multiple accounts

Commander One allows you to connect multiple Backblaze cloud accounts to Mac, and there’s no limit on the number of accounts you can connect. The app serves as a handy one-stop platform where you can manage all your cloud accounts, making it easy to move files between accounts.

Move files between clouds

Commander One's Backblaze B2 client streamlines file transfers across different cloud storage services. Seamlessly move files between Microsoft OneDrive, Google Drive, and Backblaze accounts. There is no need to install several applications at once and download files to your computer, which significantly saves space on your hard drive.

How to access Backblaze B2 cloud storage on Mac


Download and install Commander One on your Mac.

Download the app

Launch the software and open Connections Manager.

Now click to the Connections manager

Select Backblaze B2 from the list and enter your connection details in the appropriate fields.

Choose Backblaze B2 client

Once your account is connected, you will be able to manage all your Backblaze B2 cloud files.

Backblaze B2 client security

Why users choose Commander One

Commander One is a popular Backblaze B2 client for macOS that’s easy to use. You can connect an unlimited number of accounts to macOS across popular cloud storage providers like Google Drive, Amazon S3, OneDrive, and so on, managing all your files across multiple accounts as if they’re stored locally on your Mac hard drive. There’s no need to download any files to your computer, which saves storage space. You can also have an unlimited number of connections active simultaneously.

Commander One’s dual-panel view means you can open multiple files and directories across all your remote servers and cloud accounts on your MacBook at the same time, which makes editing files and transferring them between accounts a breeze. There’s a handy search tool to ensure you can find files, as well as features aimed at more advanced users, such as support for hotkeys and the Command Line bar. 

Users trust Commander One to keep all their files and accounts safe. The app uses Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) with a 256-bit key length, ensuring the security of all your personal data and information. Enable Commander One’s encryption feature for added security. 

Cloud connection manager

Commander One makes it easy to connect and manage your Backblaze B2 cloud storage accounts as well as cloud storage accounts from other providers, and you can also easily connect to FTP, SFTP, FTPS, and WebDAV remote servers. Below you’ll find some more information about the app’s connectivity options.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes! You can manage your Backblaze accounts individually by logging into each one, but the easiest way to manage your files on Mac is to install Commander One and connect multiple Backblaze accounts, so you can view files as if they were stored locally on your hard drive.

To connect to Backblaze B2, download and install Commander One, then launch the software on your Mac. Then open the Connections Manager and select Backblaze B2. Input the connection details, including account ID, application key and bucket, in the appropriate fields. 

The handy step-by-step guide above will help you connect your Backblaze B2 account to your Mac using Commander One, and you will be able to drag and drop files between multiple accounts using the dual-pane view. You can find plenty of documentation on Backblaze B2 on the Backblaze help site. For help using Backblaze with Commander One, you can check out the help section here or contact