Jungle Disk

Version: 2.61a || Release Date: 2009-04-28 || License: Commercial with demo ($3/month) Developer: Jungle Disk, Inc | App Owner: sandifop

Jungle Disk Desktop Edition lets you store files and automatically backup data easily and securely to Amazon.com's S3 Storage Service.

Jungle Disk makes it easy to store files securely online using Amazons S3â„¢ storage. It's available for Windows, Mac, and Linux.

You can copy files to it using Explorer (or Finder on Mac). When you copy a file to your Jungle Disk it is encrypted and uploaded in the background to Amazon.com's servers.

License includes:

  • Lifetime purchase with free upgrades
  • Includes all three platforms
  • Install on as many machines as you want

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8 Opinions

Used it for three years, but it hasn't kept up with the times and won't be making it to my new Mac.

I give up Using Jungle Disk today because they asked me to pay a bill to JD for extra services.
I did not undestand anything to the process which as led to this (very small) bill.
But as I use Amazon S" for Back Up process of important data I do not want to use a confuzing service. So bye bye Jungle Disk.

still butt ugly and slow as hell

I agree with cioxx; by most definitions, Freeware stops being Freeware when you have to pay for it.

Jungle Disk isn't Freeware.

fwiw, I made an <a href=http://img86.imageshack.us/img86/3695/amazons3bucket128×128sw2.png>S3 bucket</a> icon.

This beta is now discontinued, replaced by the $20 ("introductory price") JungleDiskMonitor:


Much improved since launch.