Cloud Explorer 4.0
Amazon S3 desktop client featuring a clean and organized design
Finding your way around the Cloud Explorer’s main window is fairly intuitive: its functions are organized into tabs that have self explanatory names, additional tools can be accessed via the app’s menus, while the top area includes a search bar that can help you find specific items faster.
Right off the bat, via the Settings panel, you must provide the necessary credentials for connecting to your Amazon account: the access key, the secret key, the host URL, the connection port, and the region.
Effortlessly browse the S3 server, upload files, and sync folders
Cloud Explorer not only allows you to see the list of items stored in your Amazon S3 account and download them to your computer, but also includes tools for previewing their content. The application enables you to play audio files, and to visualize images.
On top of all that, Cloud Explorer allows you to upload screenshots to the S3 server and includes a minimalist text editor. Last but not least, you can use the desktop client to upload specific files to the cloud, or to establish synchronization rules for specific folders.
Uncomplicated Amazon S3 desktop client featuring synchronization and file previewing capabilities
Cloud Explorer proposes simple and streamlined solutions for quickly gaining access to the files stored in multiple Amazon S3 accounts. Furthermore, the app enables you to play audio files or preview images before downloading, offers you the possibility to upload items in no time, and can be used to synchronize folders to and from your S3 account.
Reviewed by Iulia Ivan, last updated on October 11th, 2014, 7:47
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- Java 8 is required for this release.
- Search text box automatically clears after search.
- Performance improvements when deleting thousands of objects.
- "Delete every object and version" is more stable.
Application descriptionCloud Explorer is a simple and open-source desktop client designed to help you browse the content of your Amazon S3 ac...