FTP On The Go
Developer: Future time
Current Version: 1.0.1
Last Updated: 3 years ago
Download Size: 3.2 MB - Download
FTP On The Go is the simplest and easiest way to access an FTP server, which focuses on speed, reliability and functionality. It allows you to remotely manipulate files, upload, download, rename documents and edit server files.
- Full FTP/FTPS/SFTP protocol support
- Super-fast transfer
- Directory synchronization
- Search servers quickly
- Securely stored connections
- Remote editing of server files
- Local-remote files listed clearly and parallel
- Built-in text editor
- Commercial interface
- Simple UI for ease of use
And much much more just waiting to be discovered!
Fixed minor bugs.
Most Helpful Reviews
Simple FTP app - This is one of the simplest and easiest FTP app I’ve ever seen. The app has simple interface and easy to figure out. It works really fast. Very useful app if you need to edit something on your server. Definitely worth buying app.
don’t waste your money - no documentation, not stable, give you an example of its professionalism: “file Loding” If they can’t spell they probably can’t program well either.
More Reviews for Current Version
Does not work…wasted my money - Just downloaded. Added an FTP host, userid, and password. It showed the folders and files on the FTP server. I could not open one folder to get to specific files. I tried again today I was able to open the folders. I tried downloading a file several time and the connection kept timing out. I have a VERY high speed wired connection and the FTP server regularly avergages 7-9 MB/s download (that’s megabytes). I stopped using and will look for another one Please don’t release software you could not possibly have tested that much.
Does not perform basic features; AVOID THIS APP - I was looking for an FTP client that with a simple UI that was affordable and supported FTP and SFTP. How hard can that be? Apparently, too difficult for this app. When configuring a connection for a server, there is nothing to specify the connection type, outside of the port number. Then, when the connection fails, there is no log or details specifying why the connection failed. I tried connecting to a server which supports both protocols and was not able to even connect via standard FTP. I was able to confirm my connection using another FTP client (CyberDuck), which worked flawlessly. I think there may be potential here, but the developer would need to pull the app and put it through some rigorous testing. Also, the UI has inconsistencies and some room for improvement (add log window, capture messages from the server-side). DON’T WASTE YOUR MONEY ON THIS APP! SAVE IT AND TRY OUT A PRE-REGISTERED (i.e. free) DOWNLOAD OF CYBERDUCK OR SIMILAR.