From CyberKare Technologies:
FTP Wizard is small easy-to-use, yet powerful FTP application that allows clients to seamlessly upload files and folders to a remote FTP server. Users may create multiple destinations for different FTP accounts and or directories. To use the Wizard, simply drag and drop a file (or multiple files) onto the application icon and it will automatically upload those files to the designated FTP site.
What's new in this version:
- Now for OS X!
- The new, updated FTP Wizard is an easy-to-use yet powerful standalone application designed to push files and folders effortlessly to remote FTP servers. FTP Wizard allows you to quickly and easily create multiple destinations for different FTP accounts or directories.
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