FtpCafe FTP Client
100,000 - 500,000 downloads
- Ease of use
- Works smooth
+ By Droidware UK
FTPCafe is a FTP client that allows upload/download and manager your FTP
Actually, FTPCafe is an Android FTP, SFTP and FTPS client. Cloud-based storage services are in fashion, however, the forerunner of that service were FTP, private storage servers for webpages files, personal files or whatever the user want.
If you're still using FTP for any purpose, using an app for uploading, downloading, checking or managing your FTP is a must. FTPCafe is one of the most reliable FTP clients for Android. It works like a charm, in spite of its layout is raw. It's really easy to use: just add your profile name, FTP mode, host, user, password and connect to your FTP.
In addition, you can set port, local path, remove port and charset. Perhaps, it doesn't have as many features as other, but its simplicity makes the difference.
This version is fully functional but works with ads. If you want to remove ads you can upgrade to the Pro version.
- FTPS (Implicit and Explicit FTP over SSL).
- SFTP (FTP over SSH). Login with password or RSA/DSA OpenSSL (Traditional SSLeay PEM) or ConnectBot (PKCS#8 PEM) private key.
- multiple file and directory transfers
- resume transfers support
- clean and simple UI
For more options use system menu, or long touch for file context menu.
2.4.0 - added option to remove ads by the means of in-app purchase. This effectively makes FtpCafe the same like the paid pro version
Definitely FileZilla for Android! Easy to configure, fast file transfer. Can set default local and remote folders to load on launch. I created a folder called Cloud on my website, at root level, which means it cannot be seen in a browser. Now I can FTP files to my own cloud, and not have Google or anyone else involved in what I have stored online.
Very fast, awesome GUI, and works! By far the best FTP app out there!
It is perfect app I have used but missing multiple images sharing from gallery if it does I would be the one
This app is unable to connect to a windows7 pc, this sucks