CloudMe & WebDAV
Like many other cloud services, CloudMe allows users to store, access and share their content with other people and it’s one of the cloud storage that supports WebDAV protocol. Setting CloudMe WebDAV access means you can use WebDAV for CloudMe to mounts service as a network drive on Mac, Windows and Linux computers. In addition, if you don’t want to install app on your computer, WebDAV will be very useful. Now the question is how to make WebDAV access?
WebDAV access without downloading app
Windows/Mac Os/Linux has built-in support for WebDAV and you may find steps for settings here: https://www.cloudme.com/en/webdav
But for mobiles, you still need to download some app to accomplish CloudMe WebDAV access. What if you’re able to do it directly through the browser no matter from a computer or a phone? This is not a dream anymore! MultCloud does the trick.
MultCloud combines cloud storage into one, which enables you to manage multiple clouds simultaneously with just one login. Since it’s a web app, you don’t have to install any client even on the phone. Apart from CloudMe and WebDAV, it works well on Dropbox, Evernote, Flickr, Amazon Cloud Drive, Amazon S3, Google Drive, Box, SugarSync, OneDrive, Cubby, MyDrive, WEB.DE, Yandex, Hidrive, BaiDu, MediaFire, ownCloud, Alfresco, ADrive, hubiC, MySQL, MEGA and FTP/SFTP.
How to: access with MultCloud
Take CloudMe as an example, when clicking it, you’ll view all files and you can manage them through contextmenu such as preview, share, copy, etc. So you’re able to move or transfer files between CloudMe and WebDAV just by a few of clicks.
Since regular backup is important, MultCloud offers schedule settings as well. And you can enjoy Cloud Sync service since 4.0 of MultCloud.
Apart from CloudMe WebDAV access, it’s possible to connect several accounts from the same provider too like combine Evernote accounts.