AndFTP (your FTP client)
1,000,000 - 5,000,000 downloads
- It really works
- Manage multiple FTP configurations
- Ease of use
- It needs to improve graphically
AndFTP is a FTP, FTPS, SCP and SFTP client with lots of features
If you're looking for a reliable FTP client you've just found one. Although it's layout is quite simple, it's also really easy to use, what makes it way more interesting than others. You can add and manage several FTP configurations. You can easily switch between remote/device file browser, download and upload files, create/delete new folders, rename or move them. Likewise, you can set permissions, sort folders by name, size and date.
From advanced features (only Pro version), you can set the charset, mode, SSH key, key pass or even choose the sync type. What's more, you can set permissions for specific files what's specially useful if you're uploading files to a public FTP.
It seems that Android 4.0 ICS users should turn off "Force GPU Rendering" for making it run properly.
LYSESOFT has done a great job with this app, specially regarding ease of use and reliability. Recommendable.
Tags: FTP, FTPS (explicit, implicit over TLS), SFTP (Secure file transfer over SSH), client, sync, upload files, download files, Filezilla import, retry on transfer failure, resume, active, passive mode, multilanguage support, UTF8, streaming
- White color issue on prompt fixed.
- External cache folder added.
With this latest update, I'm happy - a folder is created on the SD card (/Android/data/lysesoft.andftp/files) and files can be downloaded directly there. Set your default directory to there in host profiles and set your media player to use those folders
This update fixes the invisible (white on white) username and password fields. It also allows writing to the SD card in Kit Kat 4.4.2, but only to the external cache folder: /Android/data/lysesoft.andftp/ (which will be automatically deleted by the OS,
This app does the job perfectly! Love it!
Only problem I have had with this program is with the computer I am trying to connect to.
Developer needs to use same workaround that ES File Explorer uses to get by the no-write-to-sd-bug that 4.4.2 has. Otherwise this app is useless.