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NetFinder - Award winning and very cool FTP/SFTP client with advanced website & general file management, automation, mirroring solution for Mac OS X with a Finder like interface.

NetFinder Alternatives

The best NetFinder alternatives based on verified products, community votes, reviews and other factors.
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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.

  2. Simplistic and intuitive explorer-like ftp client. Open source.

  3. The most intuitive platform to manage projects and teamwork

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

  5. What is Meld? Meld is a visual diff and merge tool targeted at developers.

    Open Source

  6. LAN Share is a cross platform local area network file transfer application, built using Qt GUI...

  7. KDiff3 is a file and directory diff and merge tool which compares and merges two or three text...

  8. lftp is a command-line file transfer program which besides FTP, also supports FTPS, HTTP, HTTPS...

    Open Source

  9. WinMerge is an open source differencing and merging tool for Windows.

    Open Source

  10. A libre FTP, SFTP, WebDAV, S3, Backblaze B2, Azure & OpenStack Swift browser.

    Open Source

  11. Watch videos, movies, TV series and TV channels instantly.

    Open Source

  12. Professional high-speed file transmission system, quickly distribute TB-class mass files worldwide.

  13. PyroBatchFTP/SFTP helps you to exchange files with internet SFTP servers in an automated way by processing scripts. e.G. to automatically update documents on web servers.

  14. IQBox lets you sync your files easily using any FTP site. It monitors your files in real-time.

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