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7 FileZilla Alternatives: What Type of FTP Client Are You Looking for?

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  1. FileZilla is an FTP, or file transfer protocol, client. It lets individuals transfer single files or batches to a web server. For many years, FTP was the standard for website design. Read more about FileZilla.

    Official NPT Off Topic Thread about 12 days ago:

    I haven't tried from one PC to another (just between PC and phone), but I think FileZilla should be a decent option for wireless transfer.
  2. A libre FTP, SFTP, WebDAV, S3, Backblaze B2, Azure & OpenStack Swift browser.

    A journey to FileBase🐱‍👤 about 13 days ago:

    Some restrictions apply: Bucket name must be unique across all Filebase users, be between 3 and 63 characters long, and can contain only lowercase characters, numbers, and dashes. This is not a limitation of Filebase btw, but something that Amazon also imposes for S3 buckets. Adding files and folders to your bucket Since Filebase is compatible to S3, we have a couple of options how to interact with the...
  3. Fast, reliable, FTP client software with SFTP (SSH), SSL, and TLS support. Download a free, secure ftp program today.

  4. The most advanced dual pane file manager and file transfer client for macOS.

    New to Mac entirely, and somewhat to DevOps. Any suggestions... about about 1 month ago:

    Forklift is a must-have FTP/SFTP/NFS/S3 browser as well. Transfer from AWS S3 to an SFTP server easily.
  5. Free FTP is a simplified, intuitive, and best of all free FTP client!

  6. Forty million people worldwide use our FTP client software WS_FTP Pro to save time and simplify file transfer tasks.

  7. AnyClient is a platform independent file transfer client supporting all major file transfer protocols. Download this free FTP client software at JSCAPE.

  8. WinSCP is an open source free SFTP client and FTP client for Windows.

    Help me migrate from windows please :) about 28 days ago:

    Local to sftp sync: https://winscp.net/eng/index.php => I noticed, that linux has SCP command for such things but I'd like to have a GUI for it.