ForkLift one of the best FTP/SFTP clients and file management programs available for the Mac. With its fast, flexible, and friendly interface (especially elegant for an FTP program, with tabs, spring-loaded folders, and one- and two-pane options), Forklift delivers on two of the main criteria for an app of its kind: speed and ease of use.
This app is even faster now that it handles multiple channel transfers over remote connections, and a ton of powerful features can make your work flow easier, such as previewing, batch functions, any-to-any copying (between multiple different devices or sources), filters and favorites (excellent for grouping project resources), and a built-in Application Deleter. Forklift can also open in Terminal, and it can sync or merge the contents of two folders in different locations. Any professional who moves a lot of files around on a daily basis should try out Forklift's 15-day demo.
ForkLift is a powerful file transfer solution. It allows you to transfer files using FTP, SFTP, FXP, WebDAV, Amazon S3 and even Bluetooth. Its dual pane view maximizes productivity, a Cocoa based interface with smart preview and spring-loaded folders lets you browse your local and remote folders and use Favorites just like in Finder. Use it to edit files or preview images stored in a remote folder, even within archives.
ForkLift integrates a full featured batch rename tool, an application deleter and a small code called droplet, which enables you to create automated upload shortcuts for your most used remote folders, and place them anywhere in your file system.
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Yet we would like to release another beta version of ForkLift 2. Why beta again? Because ForkLift learned the German language and before releasing an official localized version we would like to get enough feedback in order to find any little typo leftover that might be hiding amongst the lines. Besides the localization we also made two other singnificant improvements:
1. We have rewritten the entire WebDAV engine from scratch as it was the last piece of code taken over from the 1.x ve... See all new features »