FTP Disk allows you to Update your web site as often as you like exactly as if you were copying files between folders on your computer. In order to maintain your Web site you surely need some kind of FTP software however not all the FTP tools available today seem to be designed with frequent uploading in mind. Indeed, they are not always as handy as they could or should be. Actually, they all seem to copy each others. Updating files on your server can be a repetitive and boring process, and in many cases it's more trouble than it's worth. It doesn't have to be that way, however, as FTP Disk makes this whole process much more intuitive. With FTP Disk just drag and drop your files directly on a server in the list to get them uploaded to the selected path. You can create as many servers as you need with different paths and initiate several uploads at the same time. Of course you can also log into servers as usual, navigate thru directories, create files and folders, download and upload files, modify text files with the built-in editor, preview pictures and change permissions. FTP Disk not only offers a very handy and easy-to-use interface for managing servers, indeed it is also very easy to navigate thru directories. Thanks to the directory bar, a visual and interactive control that displays your current location, you can move to other directories with a single click of your mouse. You can create favorite locations and jump to them at any time. Those favorites are available from the server panel so you can go directly to a directory when connecting to a server or upload files to it.
What is new in this release:
FTP Disk now supports Hi-DPI/Retina screen mode. All toolbar and control buttons have been replaced by Hi-DPI/Retina grey icons. All icons and pictures used by the application have been redesigned to be Hi-DPI/Retina. Fix: Crash when using the 'File > Print' and 'File > Page Setup' menus on macOS 10.12 (Sierra).
What is new in version 1.3.2:
The file editor is now faster and always displays the text cursor. A new 'Help > What's new' menu let's the user read the version history from newer to older. The application no longer depends on any Carbon libraries on Mac OS X, Cocoa only. Fix: Erroneous alert displayed when uploading files after canceling closing the browser window.
What is new in version 1.3.1:
[Upg] Better path bar background hue on Yosemite.
[Fix] Connection log no longer displays FTP commands twice.
[Fix] Yosemite (10.10) small fixes.
5 transfers -- user has to relaunch the application in order to transfer more than 5 files