OneButton FTP
OneButton FTP
1.0
4.3
0.0
OneButton FTP free download for Mac

OneButton FTP for Mac1.0

25 February 2008

FTP client.

What is OneButton FTP for Mac

OneButton FTP is a graphical FTP client for Mac OS X with a strong emphasis on simplicity, drag and drop usability, and file queuing. It allows you to easily transfer files to and from remotes servers, such as the ones hosting your website, simply by dragging files to and from your computer.

OneButton FTP costs nothing; it is completely free. It contains localizations for English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish, and Swedish. It supports both unencrypted FTP and FTP over SSL transfers.

What's new in OneButton FTP

Version 1.0 is the first major release.
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Beamy
Beamy
Jun 16 2020
1.0
0.0
Jun 16 2020
0.0
Version: 1.0
Here are download links for "OneButton FTP 1.0" : https://anonymousfiles.io/34916jAM/ and https://leopard.hosting.pecon.us/dl/tkxfl
Beamy
Beamy
Jun 25 2014
1.0
0.0
Jun 25 2014
0.0
Version: 1.0
OneButton FTP can be downloaded from the Sourceforge website: http://sourceforge.net/projects/gosee/ .
Avetenebrae
Avetenebrae
Feb 25 2008
1.0
0.0
Feb 25 2008
0.0
Version: 1.0
OMG never though OneButton FTP would ever reach even 0.2! Really looking forward to try it in daily jobs! At first sight, it doesn't look different from 0.1.1 The first actual test I did is edit a remote file with SubEthaEdit, and I didn't had colored syntax because the file was not recognized as a .html (because of a random string after the .html extension). I will try it further before a review, but I'm already very glad to see this great software developed!
Freebsd
Freebsd
Feb 17 2007
0.1.1
5.0
Feb 17 2007
5.0
Version: 0.1.1
Like many I've been looking for a good ftp program. OneButton is simple, direct, and super basic. Having said that, it does pretty much everything I have needed to upload via ftp. Simple, intuitive, and free.
Richat
Richat
Apr 27 2006
0.1.1
4.5
Apr 27 2006
4.5
Version: 0.1.1
Nice app, no problems with it yet, would like to see some help doc's though.
Maximillian
Maximillian
Mar 4 2006
0.1.1
0.0
Mar 4 2006
0.0
Version: 0.1.1
If I could request a feature.. I'd like a Get Info window like Fugu, so I can change the permissions of a file easily.
Guest
Guest
Nov 27 2005
0.1.1
0.0
Nov 27 2005
0.0
Version: 0.1.1
Great application! Absolutely does what it says. Even for someone like me, who doesn't know anything about ftp, easy to use in the first connection to a server. It's free, and open source! Never try anything else.
Guest
Guest
Nov 2 2005
0.1.1
4.5
Nov 2 2005
4.5
Version: 0.1.1
Great app! I highly reccomend this client to any casual FTPer. It lacks a few features perhaps but it does the job flawlessly. One request: an auto-refresh once you've uploaded a file would be great.
Guest
Guest
Jul 30 2005
0.1.1
4.5
Jul 30 2005
4.5
Version: 0.1.1
Very speedy, I'm tired of how slow Transmit has become and regret paying for it. Good job guys!
Guest
Guest
Jul 5 2005
0.1.1
4.5
Jul 5 2005
4.5
Version: 0.1.1
Works perfectly for me. About the "no back button" comment: there is always a folder icon at the top of your file list with ".." next to it. That would be the back button. Anyhow, mounted, installed, configured and connected flawlessly to the ftp server of my personal website the first time I tried on this old G3 firewire powerbook. This has definitely not always been the case, even with share(pay)ware. Two thumbs up folks!!
Guest
Guest
Jun 29 2005
0.1.1
4.5
Jun 29 2005
4.5
Version: 0.1.1
Editor integration is the one feature I was waiting for. So long, Transmit.
Guest
Guest
Jun 26 2005
0.1
4.5
Jun 26 2005
4.5
Version: 0.1
Nice idea, but when I navigate through folders, there's no button to back a folder or up a folder! Also, Finder window integration would be nice. I'll stick with this app for a while and see where it goes.
Guest
Guest
Jun 26 2005
0.1
4.5
Jun 26 2005
4.5
Version: 0.1
This must be the 3rd time I have tried this, initialy on Panther and now on Tiger. It sounds good but doesn't work at all for me. Dissapointed
Guest
Guest
May 10 2005
0.0.4
4.5
May 10 2005
4.5
Version: 0.0.4
Small, quick, efficient, easy to use and a price that can't be beaten. Nice one!
Fardilha
Fardilha
Apr 28 2005
0.0.4
0.0
Apr 28 2005
0.0
Version: 0.0.4
So strange. It allowed me to delete a ".banner" file on a FTP server!!!1
Guest
Guest
Apr 1 2005
0.0.4
4.5
Apr 1 2005
4.5
Version: 0.0.4
1: why only 10.3? There is nothing here that is not backward compatible. 2: where is the local listing? 3: why release this product now and not wait until it's finished? 4: toolbar buttons should be on the toolbar - period.
Guest
Guest
Mar 31 2005
0.0.4
4.5
Mar 31 2005
4.5
Version: 0.0.4
One reason I find all the ftp-browser so limited is they have no realistic control of each ftp server. You should be able to save, with each bookmark, not only the address, port, login/passwd, start path, but also the max number of simultaneous uploads, the max number of simultaneous downloads, the max uploading kbytes/s, also for downloading. I have needed to build UNIX Tcl scripts to control the robust UNIX wget ftp/http client to control all of these parameters. One Button FTP could address that problem since nor Transmitt, nor Interarchy, nor CaptainFTP, etc. address it. In the Windows side, FlashFTP is the best ftp they have and has a robust queue control and many protocols supported.
john-7
john-7
Mar 31 2005
0.0.4
3.5
Mar 31 2005
3.5
Version: 0.0.4
Looks alright so far, although the refresh/rename/etc buttons should be part of the toolbar, not on the side. If you resize the window, they can get hidden. It is lacking anything other than the basic features (you cannot even move files), but it shows some potential. Best of luck to the author. I'm sick of using Fetch!!
Guest
Guest
Mar 31 2005
0.0.4
4.5
Mar 31 2005
4.5
Version: 0.0.4
Looks very good already! Can't imagine how awesome release 0.1 or even 1.0 will be! ;) And the best: it's free...
Guest
Guest
Mar 27 2005
0.0.3.1
4.5
Mar 27 2005
4.5
Version: 0.0.3.1
Very good app! Easy, fast, simple!
Guest
Guest
Mar 26 2005
0.0.3
4.5
Mar 26 2005
4.5
Version: 0.0.3
1 - Download 2 - Install 3 - Use Doesn't get any better than that - dead easy to use, love it 10/10 guys.
Guest
Guest
Mar 23 2005
0.0.3
4.5
Mar 23 2005
4.5
Version: 0.0.3
sweet! Don't forget to implemet edit with external editor(s) functions... I'll donate some €€ asap, thanks
Guest
Guest
Mar 23 2005
0.0.3
4.5
Mar 23 2005
4.5
Version: 0.0.3
Does OneButton FTP support SSL? Thanks
Guest
Guest
Mar 22 2005
0.0.3
4.5
Mar 22 2005
4.5
Version: 0.0.3
For an 0.03, it's pretty swank. And, hey, one butan lol. Here's to hoping it develops into a real world-beater. I have to use Interarchy, Transmit, and lftp together to serve all my FTP needs--I'd love nothing more than to be able to consolidate three apps into one.
Guest
Guest
Mar 22 2005
0.0.3
4.5
Mar 22 2005
4.5
Version: 0.0.3
nice - very fast - much faster than rbrowser - because it doesn't return errors all the time from the server and have to do everything twice. but... there are several missing things: 1. contextual menu support when right-clicking a file 2. the ability to move a file from one directory to another on an ftp host (preferably to be able to open more than one window at once or better yet have a column view similar to the finder's would be awesome so you can move files not just to a parent directory, but to other directories as well). I guess you can open two windows by connecting twice, but dragging between them does not produce any results. 3. The ability to get the size of all the items in a directory and all the files on the site. Great work so far - it would be awesome to have a really good cocoa ftp client!
Guest
Guest
Mar 22 2005
0.0.3
4.5
Mar 22 2005
4.5
Version: 0.0.3
NICE!! I was getting sick of the 'buy me now' button on Transmit. OneButtonFTP, does my ftping needs and is FREE! thanks guys, will donate a few quid later tonight.
Guest
Guest
Mar 22 2005
0.0.3
4.5
Mar 22 2005
4.5
Version: 0.0.3
nice-looking app, but needs sftp support to be truly useful.
Free
4.3
0.0
App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.4.11 or later
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