WebDrive – best way to access remote files?

WebDrive allows you to open and edit server-based files without the additional step of downloading the file. Just open, edit and save! WebDrive lets you map a drive or mount a device to access WebDAV or SFTP servers and popular cloud services such as OneDrive, Amazon S3, Google Drive and DropBox. WebDrive enhances group collaboration and is the ultimate file access productivity tool. Access all of your files, on any server, through one simple interface.


As a web developer, I use WebDrive all the time. It’s way more convenient than native FTP client in Windows, FileZilla and other FTP/SFTP/WebDav/FTPs clients. Why? The remote folder is mounted as local drive. WebDrive assignes a letter to it, creates secure connection and manages synchronization.

Firstly, I had some difficulties with using WebDrive, but the company was able to solve everything within 24 hours, which was a huge plus.

You might say to yourself, “Well, (your file transfer software) can transfer files without any problems. Why use this?”, and I understand. But for me, the main advantage is working with remote files just like they are saved on my PC.

WebDrive works flawlessly on Windows, macOS, Android and iOS, although I’ve used it on Windows and macOS only.

You can try WebDrive for free at https://webdrive.com/download/

Author: EuroReview

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