The best macOS apps and utilities to manage and access your cloud storage.
Check out these Mac Menu Bar Cloud Apps:
Mount your different cloud storages and web servers to your Mac as local drives. Now you can open cloud storage (Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, Dropbox, FTP/FTPS, WebDAV, Amazon s3, and SFTP) as if it were an external drive.
CloudyTabs is a simple menu bar application that lists your iCloud Tabs. Click on the cloud icon and all the iCloud Tabs open on your computer.
Drag and drop your files to the Droplr icon in the menubar. They will be uploaded to your Droplr storage. You will get the link to the files that you can share with your friends. Free users (4 GB Cloud Storage) can keep the files in the cloud storage for 24 hours.
Upload screen shots, screen recordings, files, literally anything to your favorite hosting provider or to your own server. Drag & drop any file on your Mac’s menu bar and Dropshare will upload it.
ExpanDrive maps a network drive for macOS that connects to all major cloud storage providers. Browse and transfer from within Finder and open and edit remote files from within any application.
Revisions for Dropbox
A Mac menubar app to view all your Dropbox activities. Revisions for Dropbox displays all your Dropbox edits and shows exactly what changes were made. The app also provides unlimited undo going back 30 days (or more).
With stss, you can monitor the status of cloud services, right from your menu bar. You can also be notified when a service goes down or gets restored.
WeTransfer for Mac
Simple menu bar tool for sharing files from your Mac. Click the icon to choose which files to send, or drag and drop multiple items right onto the icon.