If we are talking about an application par excellence, not just macOS for exchanging files over FTP networks, we must talk about fileZilla. In November it will be two years since the application developers released the version for macOS.
Since then they have improved the application and have supported file exchange through FTP, FTPS, SFTP among others. But it also received support for exchange between the main cloud servicesAs Box, Dropbox, Google Cloud Storage, Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive. Now it goes to a service of ssubscription for € 9,99 per year.
FileZilla is very simple to use. Once all services and addresses are configured for file sharing, we can share services between services with just drag and drop. The application informs us in real time about the evolution of the files we are sharing. Understanding the application is relatively simple, as it is translated into more than 50 languages. The information navigates directly to the destination service, if there are intermediate servers. Even so, it has advanced encryption that does not allow information to be intercepted when leaving our computer.
We can select the bandwidth we need to share our service and allocate bandwidth for other services. It is compatible with the IPv6 support as well as HTTP / 1.1., SOCKS5 and FTP prosees. But do not be scared if you are an advanced user, as it has a configuration wizard that guides you through a firewall or router if this is your case.
In the recent update, we found the improvement of services of Google Drive, Backblaze, Microsoft OneDrive, Google Drive, as well as problems detected in the directories and subdirectories of the most traditional part of this application. On the other hand, they present a subscription model. On the one hand, we have a period of 7 day trial to know if we are interested in paying for the service. In addition, the annual fee is € 9,99, reduced if you compare it with other services. But on the contrary, you can only subscribe for a full year. It would be appreciated to have shorter periods, for those who can use the application at specific times of a year.
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