500,000 - 1,000,000 downloads
by warstrategy on 17/11/2012
Seriously, you have to see this ssh app:
by henrip on 08/10/2012
Great app. Just needs better documentation like howto disable root's default password and/or disable password logins completely.
Ssh key management is great.
by jarlgjessing on 04/04/2012
I second Pavel.. Does not work on my Nexus :-( But boy when it does :-)
by Nathan Linebarger on 25/06/2014
Works on my rooted KitKat whereas quicksshd does not. What more can I ask?
by Subham gurung on 21/06/2014
by Artem Borisovskiy on 20/06/2014
SFTP just works flawlessly via sshfs on Linux.
by jean-christophe manciot on 20/06/2014
Always the same error
by Jodi Komeotis on 08/06/2014
by Jurie Strydom on 07/06/2014
This has not been updated in a while, are we safe?
by Harms Weber on 20/05/2014
Excellent, I use to connect from my computer to my mobile via putty.
by lignifica serafica on 18/05/2014
You can't go wrong. It works beatifully under most of the conditions. Log in. Backup data. Mount remote drive. Execute comands. Everything and more
by Danylo Volokh on 17/05/2014
The simplest way to browse your files in Linux is to use this app. Nice. Thanks
by Akash Menon on 17/05/2014
Easy to use and works well, though the server pauses on sleep. Wish there was something akin to wake on LAN that could be used to alleviate that.
by Ben Lutgens on 13/05/2014
On my Note3 (4.4.2) and on my Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 (KitKat) I'm unable to write to my external SD Card via SFTP, I get permission denied. I presume this is KitKat handling of external storage. Allegedly some other apps have found ways to work around this limitation, it would be glorious if SSHDroids ultra-awesomeness were updated to contain such a work around. Still unable to write to extSdCard dir
by Adam Emerson on 10/05/2014
This works perfectly, provides all the features I want, and makes a great foundation for home brew sync.