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Easy-to-use WebDAV client for macOS – Commander One

Commander One is a reliable WebDAV client Mac solution with an intuitive dual-panel interface and lots of handy features for the best connection experience with remote servers. Move, edit or delete your online files on the server, copy files from one WebDAV server to another in a couple of clicks.

Multiple connections

Map as many WebDAV servers as needed at the same time with this Mac OSX WebDAV client.

Mount server as a disk

Access online data as any other folder on your Mac by mounting the WebDAV server as a local drive via Commander One.

Transfer files among servers

Transfer files among the servers directly and benefit from centralized management, without copying any data to local Mac.
Yoo-hoo! Commander One runs natively on Mac computers with Apple silicon: M1 and M2 series!
Commander One

Mount WebDAV on Mac computer

WebDAV is an extension of the HTTP protocol that allows not only loading web pages into the browser but also using an extended set of commands to work with files on a remote server. That is, WebDAV is such a replacement for FTP protocols.

With the help of this WebDAV OSX client, you can seamlessly connect to a remote server and map it on your computer as a local drive that guarantees complete control over the files on the server.

Flawless and effective file transfer is achieved due to support for multiple connections and unlimited tabs. Enjoy convenient work with remote files and folders via this Mac WebDAV client.


Support for encryption on online connections

Protect your online data with the encryption feature provided by Commander One - an excellent WebDAV client Mac solution. Have additional control over WebDAV security.
  • Web services (FTP, Amazon S3, WebDAV)
  • Cloud storages (Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive and more)
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Free file manager
You don't have to be a professional to get full control over your files and work with them in a dual-panel file manager. Commander One provides you with easy-to-use functionality and fast mechanisms for perfect file management.

Hidden files

Just one click of a button on the toolbar displays/hides all hidden files

Fonts & Colors

Select any for a visually pleasing experience

Brief mode

Multiple files and folders on tap at a time

History and Favorites

An instant access to your favorites or already opened directories
essential features at your fingertips

Customizable Hotkeys

This WebDAV client for Mac allows assigning keys to the most used actions

Unlimited tabs

Don't worry about having to close opened folders while working with others

Flexible selection options

Make selections according to your current needs

File operations queue

Every ongoing file operation is queued and you can manage the queue
helpful tools you are getting for free

ZIP archives

They can be easily compressed or extracted

Built-in file viewer

Hex, Binary, text, media, image, HTML files are supported

List of computers on the network

View and access shared computers over the network

Root Access

Benefit from getting the most complete access to your files
Commander One file manager copy function screenshot
Frequently Asked Questions
WebDAV client is used to establish a connection between users and a web server so they can upload and download files. While using WebDAV clients, users can edit and collaborate on files on a WebDAV server.
Connect to WebDAV via a special client and you will be able to access files on a remote server and perform general operations with them, as reading, downloading, copying, deleting files, etc.
In the Finder menu, navigate to the “Go to” option and choose “Connect to Server” on your Mac computer. Insert the address of your WebDAV server, click the “Connect” button. Select the type of connection, specify the username and password of an account to access the folder. Click “Connect”. You have connected to the specified folder using the WebDAV protocol.
We recommend you Commander One, the app has a user-friendly interface and offers an impressive set of features to facilitate your file management.
Both protocols come with benefits and downsides. The difference is made by what the user’s needs are and, in the end, it doesn’t make a difference when using Commander One. The software delivers the best service no matter the protocol or server you’re using. You’ll get unlimited access to your data and the wide list of functions to manage everything.

Commander One

This WebDAV Mac client for Mac is fully compatible with macOS 10.13 and later. Requires 51.85MB of free space, latest version 3.7(3831) Released , Category: Utilities
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