FTP Deluxe HD
By G.P. Imports, Inc.
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Finally an easy to use FTP client in your device.
This gadget is perfect for most web-developers around, also you can use it to backup your photo album in a very private manner (no need to host them with third parties!)
File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is a standard network protocol used to exchange and manipulate files over a TCP/IP-based network.
✓ Default FTPs connection in case the server supports it.
✓ Add/Edit server bookmarks (no need to remember passwords!)
✓ Multiple profiles to show directories.
✓ Easy to use interface
✓ Upload Images
✓ Create Files
✓ Create Directories
✓ Refresh Content
✓ Local File storage (images/other files)
✓ Talking browser with TEXT to Speech capabilities (so you can check updates!)
✓ Upload files from Camera or Photo library
✓ Text file/image viewer
If you have any questions please contact email@example.com
There's potential here
This FTP app has potential, however, the only files you can currently upload are pictures... It should be able to upload videos that were downloaded to the iPad with the camera connection kit, but it can't.
Also, it is not currently capable of renaming files that are on your FTP server... So if you want to upload a picture from the iPad, your stuck with whatever name it had when you downloaded it from the source (since the photos app doesn't show file names or let you decide what the file should be called either).
Right now I can't use this app for anything, but with the addition of those two features it would be a great utility.
Just what I needed!
I'm using Gusto to edit websites and one feature that is missing is uploading images. This is frustrating since I do not want to bring my Mac along just to upload images when I have to do tiny updates.
Now I can upload images easily!
I don't get it
As a web developer, I'm disappointed that this app seems to be a viewer only, not an editor. I don't see much point in being able to FTP a file to my iPad if I can't edit it.
I tried to look at a ".css" file and the app told me it didn't have a viewer for this file type. Apparently, it doesn't know that CSS files are plain text.
I guess this app can be used to view remote files but I have no use for simply looking.
- Category: Utilities
- Released: Jul 13, 2010
- Version: 1.0
- Size: 7.4 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Gp Imports Inc, Software Development
- © GPI
Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.2 or later. Compatible with iPad.