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UFxp

UFxp 1.1

UFxp is one of the clients that uses the FXP. One FTP/FXP engine. Currently uses X11/Ultimate++ build, but native support is coming. Universal build. FXP.One engine separates the FTP/FXP code to the GUI clients. You can setup your transfer queues with one...

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ViaFTP Lite

ViaFTP Lite 2.5 updated

ViaFTP is a handy and powerful file manager for Mac OS X, with a tremendous user interface that makes it effortless to use. Quickly access your remote servers to manage and transfer your files. The new user interface was redesigned to be cool, clean and...

Viper FTP Lite

Viper FTP Lite 3.6 updated

Viper FTP is a handy and powerful file manager for macOS, with a tremendous user interface that makes it effortless to use. Quickly access your remote servers to manage and transfer your files. The new user interface was redesigned to be cool, clean and...

CloudMounter

CloudMounter 3.0.489

CloudMounter is an application for your cloud storage management that lets you mount multiple cloud storages and web servers on your Mac as if they were hard disks on your machine. CloudMounter works with OneDrive, Google Drive, Amazon S3, Dropbox and...

DropMeFTP

DropMeFTP 1.6.0

DropMeFTP does one simple thing: Upload one or more files to your FTP-Server. Just set up the appropriate folder, enter FTP-Server, User and Password. You should also set the correct URL and subfolder where to download the uploaded file. DropMeFTP...

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Yummy FTP Alias

Yummy FTP Alias 2.2.9 updated

Yummy FTP Alias brings quick and easy drag & drop FTP to your Desktop - drag your files onto an FTP Alias icon in the Finder or Dock to upload them to your FTP/S+/SFTP+WebDAV/S server. Easy setup - just navigate to your server destination directory, then...

EtreNet

EtreNet 1.0.4

EtreNet puts the internet in your Finder. EtreNet allows you to connect to FTP, FTPS, or SSH/SFTP servers and access them from the Finder, Terminal, or your favourite applications like any other network drive. FTP - While the Finder already...