All your iCloud files in one app, in Finder, and under your control. Move files in and out of iCloud with ease, peek at PhotoStream, even track iCloud activity as it happens.

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In One App

iCloud in one place

In Finder

iCloud into Finder

On iOS

Your iCloud in iOS too

Details

Tech specs and details

Everything in One Place

Cloud Mate is designed to keep it simple. There's a list of Apps, click on one and start working with the files it has placed in iCloud. It's as simple as that.

Drag and drop files in and out of iCloud, between applications, all in a single familiar finder-like interface.

You can even take a look at all your PhotoStream pictures without opening iPhoto.

Even the files for iOS apps you don't have installed on your Mac are available. Great for backing up those game saves someplace safe.

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Bringing iCloud to Finder

Cloud Mate can add a special iCloud drive to Finder, so you can just access iCloud files like any others if you want.

And it's not just finder, your iCloud drive will be available from every Open/Save dialog on your Mac. Even non-iCloud apps can now save their files in iCloud!

You'll even be notified when any device, or application modifies any file in iCloud. It's that simple.

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Cloud Mate's iOS Brother

If you have Cloud Mate on the Mac and its iOS sibling, then you can do all of the same things that you can do on the Mac, in iOS. Cloud Mate Mac does all the heavy lifting to bring your iCloud together on every other iOS device you have.

Buy iOS App for $3.99

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Key Features

  • Finder like interface for all your iCloud documents
  • iCloud in the Finder
  • Notifications when files change in iCloud
  • iCloud file status tracker so you can see when files are being uploaded or downloaded
  • All iCloud content, not just what is installed on your Mac
  • OS X Services for Moving and copying files into iCloud

Requirements

  • Mountain Lion (OS X 10.8)
  • An iCloud Account
  • iCloud Documents & Data turned on

iOS App

  • iOS 6.0 and above
  • iPhone, iPod and iPad
  • iCloud Documents & Data turned on

Reviews

"If Apple had any sense, they’d look at Cloud Mate and slap their foreheads: 'Oh, this is the sort of thing we should have done!'" Matt Neuburg, Tidbits

"This is nicely done, costs just a few dollars, and makes it very easy to find iCloud files." noodlemac.com

"Finally, A Better Way To Manage Your Documents Using iCloud And The Little Mac App That Can, And Does" Mac360

"if you want to quickly access iCloud docs without launching apps, it’s a gem." Brett Terpstra

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Release Notes

Cloud Mate 1.5.8 - October 01, 2013

Bug fix update to address crashes during application start up on both 10.8.5 and Mavericks.

Cloud Mate 1.5.7 - September 23, 2013

Cloud Mate 1.5.7 includes the following new features:

  • Support for Shared PhotoStreams
and bug-fixes:
  • Fixes crashes for some users on OS X 10.8.5
  • Further updates for Mavericks

Cloud Mate 1.5.6 - July 04, 2013

  • Added experimental Mavericks support
  • Improved helpfulness of messages when iCloud Documents & Data syncing is not yet enabled
  • Improved robustness of Finder integration when older system software is used
  • Applications with no user defined default directory now check to ensure that there are files in the default location, and return the first non-empty directory in the hierarchy if there are not
  • Addressed an issue that can occur when Photostream files are not fully downloaded
  • Various bug fixes and performance improvements

Cloud Mate 1.5.5 - May 17, 2013

  • Fixes an issue where Unknown apps with frequent file updates could cause Cloud Mate to crash

Cloud Mate 1.5.3 - May 15, 2013

Bug Fixes
  • This release fixes a crash that occur during initial application start-up or when rebuilding the iOS Sync Cache
Features
  • Added ability for users to submit anonymous crash reports together with logs directly to us when the application restarts