NitroFlare ExpanDrive 5.0.19 (Mac OSX)

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    ExpanDrive 5.0.19 | MacOSX | 19.76 MB
    Working with remote data increasingly common in our lives. Home LAN, Dropbox. All of these things for many long become accustomed. Software developers, we are pleased to offer a variety of programs, which should help lead to an overall mean all these media and cloud services. This program allows you to mount remote data storage (FTP, WebDAV, Dropbox, Google Drive, Amazon S3, etc.) as usual drive, which will appear in the Finder together with other disks.

    The benefit of this is obvious - any program can work directly with the remote storage files just as if they were right there on your hard disk or USB-stick. That is, each program gets its disposal a cloud storage. For example, you can upload pictures to your blog, bypassing some Transmit, to incite them to Hazel and other useful utilities.

    Owning a small SSD-drives like the opportunity to work directly with Dropbox, without duplicating all the information on the hard drive. ExpanDrive also be useful if you want to have access to multiple accounts in Dropbox.
    Version 4 sync occurs in the background, as in Dropbox. This means that you can continue to work with the file even when ExpanDrive files synchronized with the server. Sufficiently high speed, even on public WiFi and via VPN virtually no delays.

    ExpanDrive supports:
    * SFTP / FTP / FTPS
    * Amazon S3
    * Dropbox
    * WebDAV
    * Rackspace Cloud Files
    * Openstack Swift
    * Dreamhost DreamObjects
    * Google Drive
    * OneDrive
    * HP Helion
    * hubiC

    What's new in Version
    * Use smaller chunk for uploading large files to Dropbox, improving reliability.

    * Free space report for storage accounts with unlimited free space
    * Auto-updater preference fixed on Windows
    * Transient SFTP truncation problem fixed
    * Fixed usage of ampersand in filenames on Dropbox and S3
    * Detect S3 bucket region from error message when no permission to discover region.

    OS - MacOSX 10.7 or Later

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