Top FTP Clients For Mac 2018-2019

Posted by ronmacgee on July 26th, 2019

FTP stands for the File Transfer Protocol. An FTP client is generally used to copy files from one machine to another over the Internet. Two computers involved in an FTP transfer are called a client and a server. The FTP server runs an FTP server software that listens to connection requests on the network from other computers. Client computers, that initiate connection to a server computer, usually have FTP client software installed. There is a variety of FTP client programs available on the web, but how do you choose the best one?

This dual-panel file manager for Mac can also be a number one choice FTP client Mac. With its help you can connect to and work with remote servers via FTP, SFTP or FTPS. Mount these and all other supported online storages and servers (Amazon S3, WebDAV, Dropbox, Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive) and work with them smoothly as with the local volumes. Commander One stores all your server settings securely, while the passwords are kept in Mac OS Keychain.

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