Tired of remounting your network shares? AutoMounter ensures that your shares are always mounted when you need them.

AutoMounter is a sleek and powerful menu item designed to automatically mount your network shares.


- Automatically Mounts SMB / AFP / NFS / WebDAV / (FTP is read-only)
- Quickly remounts shares if they unmount
- Supports multiple NAS appliances, with server and share discovery
- Advanced mount rule matching against WiFi, VPN, and more...
- Easy to use configuration assistant
- Mount to /Volumes (requires Helper App)
- Wake On LAN to unavailable servers
- Pause automatic mounts, or take manual control
- Dark Theme

PRO SETTINGS (In-App Purchase)

- Open apps and files when a share mounts
- Run commands and scripts on mount events
- Mount to custom locations (requires Helper App)
- Export and load settings via Managed Profiles

What’s New

Version 1.7.2

- Support for the latest operating system
- Bug fixes
- Performance enhancements

Ratings and Reviews

3.8 out of 5
66 Ratings

66 Ratings

DBLClick ,

Solves and issue for a new NAS user.

After purchasing a NAS to centralize and consolidate my data. I had issues in maintaining my mounted drives. This application solved this issue, but introduced new issues. My goal was to utilize lightroom both on my desktop and laptop. One Catalog to freely move between. The issue was. I had to repoint my catalog to the photo directory everytime I changed machines.

In app purchase of the pro settings and helper application solved this issue by allowing you to mount the drives in correct location. Presto, they are now mounted across all workstations. Perfect solution.

EdCfromMA ,

Resolved a macOS problem for me

Running Mojave on my iMac, I use several SMB3 shares on my Synology NAS that need to stay mounted for periodic access, one is for Time Machine, one has my iTunes database, and one is used for backups (running Mojave on my iMac). Before installing Automounter, at least one of the mounts (but generally not all 3) would randomly become unresponsive after some period of sleep; it would still appear in Finder, but the folder would appear to be empty, and if an application tried to access it (Time Machine, iTunes, or Carbon Copy Cloner, depending on the share), the application would go into an unrecoverable hang (Mac would hang during attempted force quit and restart, requiring a hard reset). Disconnecting from the share (in Finder) would similarly hang. Appears to be a macOS problem with SMB shares. With Automounter, my shares stay mounted (or very quickly remount upon waking the Mac) regardless of how long the Mac and/or the drives on the NAS have been asleep. I've had no issues with my NAS shares since installing and configuring Automounter, thank you for this simple but useful App!

Developer Response ,

Thanks for your review 🙂

Jim15034 ,

Seems to have fixed my issues

My NAS storage was set to auto mount on restart. And sometimes it would drop off due to a power outage or such. So I set my Mac up to restart every day at 3am. While that would fix the issue, if I was remote and could not reboot the Mac when needed, I would have to wait until the next morning to see if the reboot fixed everything. This seems to take care of the problem as soon as the NAS drops off. If I eject the drive, it immediatly remounts. Had to buy the Pro tools to allow it to connect with the same 'Volume' path the drive had originally. But it was a small price to pay versus reconfiguring all of the software that connected to the NAS to look in a new location.

App Privacy

The developer, Pixeleyes Ltd, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

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  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.