No need to install Dropbox – Commander One lets you map Dropbox as network drive on your Mac, so you can easily access multiple Dropbox accounts without copying or syncing files to your hard drive. Using Commander One you can download and upload files directly from Finder to your Dropbox accounts.
Any number of Dropbox accounts
Safe access to Dropbox
Keep Safe Web Protocols
Why users love Commander One
Commander One is a reliable, powerful FTP client for macOS that’s easy to use and saves space on your MacBook’s hard drive. Offering dual-panel view, you can have multiple folders across various cloud storage accounts and servers open simultaneously, making file management a breeze.
The intuitive interface supports any type of file and allows you to open unlimited tabs at once, as well as offering the option to set up hotkeys for your most frequent actions, saving you time. For more advanced users, the Command Line bar offers the ultimate control over your files, with the built-in Mac Terminal emulator.
As well as being an excellent FTP client for Mac, Commander One is an all-around file manager that lets you move, copy, delete, and edit files from multiple servers or mapped cloud drive accounts as if they were stored locally on your Mac. There’s a powerful search tool to find files, a built-in viewer, and root access, giving you complete control over all your files. You’ll also find support for popular plug-ins, adding versatility to the app.
Commander One lets you add Dropbox, OneDrive, Google Drive, Amazon S3, and more cloud storage accounts, giving you total control.
Finally, Commander One is a safe, secure way to manage your files. The app uses the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) with a 256-bit key length, ensuring your personal data stays secure.
Support for encryption on online connections
- Web services (FTP, Amazon S3, WebDAV)
- Cloud storages (Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive and more)
How to map Dropbox as network drive on Mac
You should then be able to work with your Dropbox files by mounting your account as a drive (so you can access your files via the Dropbox API).