Open the Mac App Store to buy and download apps.
DropMeFTP does one simple thing: Upload one or more files to your FTP-Server.
Just set up the appropriate folder, enter FTP-Server, User and Password. You should also set the correct URL and subfolder where to download the uploaded file. DropMeFTP will copy the fresh URL of the uploaded file or files into the clipboard.
Now drag and drop the files onto the App-Window. Finished!
- upload one or more files via Drap and Drop
- enter FTP-Account-Data
- enter Domain-Data with download-location
- switch sound on or off
- choose the position of the App-Window using the corners of the screen
If your FTP-Server uses ftp.domain.com with subfolder /www, the web-access is most probably at http://www.domain.com/
Available in English only and tested with UNIX-FTP-Servers. DropMeFTP does not work with MicroSoft-FTP-Servers!
What's New in Version 1.6.0
- Edit default-mailtext and default-mail-address
- change size of drop-area
- corrected some typos
- show progress in dock-icon
We are investigating secure FTP at the moment.
Too simple to figure out
This app seems like a good idea, but I could not figure out how to make it work. I entered my web and ftp details and tried to upload a file. Animations happened, but I don't see the file on the server and don't know what might have happeend to it, if anything at all. I am goinign to spring the $35 for Transmit.