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CrossFTP Pro for Mac

FTP client and synchronization tool.

Free
In English
Version 1.99.6
4.0
Based on 11 user rates

CrossFTP Pro overview

CrossFTP is a free FTP, Amazon S3, Amazon Glacier, MS AZure, and Google Cloud Storage client.

Features
  • Powerful FTP and Amazon S3 client
  • Amazon S3's GLACIER and DEEP_ARCHIVE storage support
  • Unicode support for international sites
  • Bonjour service discovery
  • Site password protection
  • Multi-tab navigation
  • Archive browsing (.zip,.tar.gz,etc.), extraction, and compression
  • Fast filtering by masks
  • Transfer compression (mode Z)
  • Web searching
  • Auto-reconnecting and anti-idle
  • Sound and event triggers

CrossFTP Pro, available for a free 30 days trial and then a license fee, adds the following features:

  • Improved Amazon S3 support
  • Improved Amazon Glacier support
  • Compressing support
  • Local encryption support
  • Directory synchronization
  • CouldFront CDN support
  • Mutli-thread queue engine
  • Backup and bi-directional synchronization tool
  • Secure file transport (SSL/TLS)
  • FXP (Site to Site) file transport
  • IPv6 support
  • FTPS/SSH file transport
  • WebDav(s) and iDisk support
  • Remote file edit and save
  • Search for remote files and local archive files
  • Speed limitation support
  • URL generation for FTP, S3, private distribution, etc.

What’s new in version 1.99.6

Version 1.99.6:
  • Amazon S3 Glacier/DEEP_ARCHIVE storage classes' backup & restore retrieve support.
  • Improve Glacier server's retrieve support and provide cost estimation. User should finish existing Glacier retrieve queue before the installation of the new version.
  • Reduce memory usage for large queue.

CrossFTP Pro for Mac

Free
In English
Version 1.99.6
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4.0

(13 Reviews of CrossFTP Pro)

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RogerKatz
RogerKatz
Nov 10 2017
1.98.6
0.0
Nov 10 2017
0.0
Version: 1.98.6
MacUpdate says the current version is 1.98.6, BUT its download link incorrectly gets 1.98.4. Nevertheless, the developers website provides 1.98.6 as the current version.
RogerKatz
RogerKatz
Mar 5 2016
1.97.5
0.0
Mar 5 2016
0.0
Version: 1.97.5
MacUpdate says the current version is 1.97.5, BUT its download link gets 1.97.4. Furthermore, the developers website provides 1.97.6 as the current version.
lukbedwell
lukbedwell
Jul 22 2015
1.97.1
5.0
Jul 22 2015
5.0
Version: 1.97.1
good for me
collin-burton
collin-burton
Aug 28 2014
1.95.2
0.0
Aug 28 2014
0.0
Version: 1.95.2
I downloaded it both from here, and from CrossFTP's website, and both times when I try to run it, I get an error saying it's been damaged and telling me I should move it to the trash. OS 10.9.4.
Macpenguin
Macpenguin
Jan 31 2014
1.94.2
3.0
Jan 31 2014
3.0
Version: 1.94.2
Hi, There are numerous FTP clients available for Mac and each of them claims to be the best because they have the most features and are the fastest. CrossFTP is an average FTP client, but after trying a lot of them, not one I can't live with. First thing is : it's Java based. While this makes sense for the developer who can offer a multi platform product, Java is about the slowest environment you can think of. And to install you need to determine if you're running Java 5, 6 or 7, download the correct version... only to find out that, after the numerous leaks in Java's security, Apple disabled it, so you probably will have to install Java. Thus, CrossFTP is NOT WORKING out of the box in some (most ?) cases. Second thing is : it's working nice with Dual-Pane interface. But it lacks one feature that other FTP clients offer, even sometimes for free. That is the ability to transfer files from remote site to remote site. Of course, you can always mount a remote FTP server as a disk in MacOs. But doing this will end up with several "invisbible" files dropped in every opened window... Not really nice. Transmit can do "remote to remote", as can Forklift. So all in all, it works, transfers are rather fast but being Java based it not as responsive as it could be if developed natively for MacOS. I think I'll stick to forklift, Filezilla and Cyberduck.
lukbedwell
lukbedwell
Jul 22 2015
5.0
Jul 22 2015
5.0
Version: null
ConnieYg
ConnieYg
Jul 21 2015
5.0
Jul 21 2015
5.0
Version: null
spencerLam1
spencerLam1
Jul 21 2015
5.0
Jul 21 2015
5.0
Version: null
ReidFe
ReidFe
Jul 20 2015
5.0
Jul 20 2015
5.0
Version: null
tmberru
tmberru
Jul 20 2015
5.0
Jul 20 2015
5.0
Version: null
Misterc
Misterc
Jan 1 2015
3.0
Jan 1 2015
3.0
Version: null
Macpenguin
Macpenguin
Jan 31 2014
3.0
Jan 31 2014
3.0
Version: null
THEE:LEE
THEE:LEE
Nov 29 2013
5.0
Nov 29 2013
5.0
Version: null
Spike Jones
Spike Jones
Sep 7 2013
1.0
Sep 7 2013
1.0
Version: null
Ivan-C-
Ivan-C-
Apr 25 2013
3.0
Apr 25 2013
3.0
Version: null
Madmacmad
Madmacmad
Feb 28 2007
4.0
Feb 28 2007
4.0
Version: null