Full protocol support
FTP server as a local drive
Additional layer of protection with encryption feature
- Web services (FTP, Amazon S3, WebDAV)
- Cloud storages (Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive and more)
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Ability to view hidden files
Fonts & Colors
History and Favorites
Custom keyboard shortcut
Lots of tabs
Convenient items selection
File operations queue
Work with ZIP archives
Built-in file viewer
List of local network computers
How to connect to remote server with our Mac FTP software
Commander One is an easy to use Macintosh FTP software that allows you to establish connection with remote servers via various protocols and have flawless access to all your files. Follow these guidelines to be able to connect to your FTP server.
Open the app.
Go to the connection manager. You can use Command+F hotkey or corresponding icon on the toolbar.
Fill in the required fields:
- name of connection;
- address of the server
- port number;
- login information.
Specify the connection mode:
Frequently Asked Questions
There a couple of ways to FTP from your Mac computer, namely:
- By using Finder;
- By using Terminal;
- By using paid and free Mac FTP software.
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