Fire FTP And Classic FTP Reviews

FireFTP Review

FireFTP is a free FTP client for Mac, Window and Linux, available as Add on for Mozilla Firefox which provides easy and intuitive access to FTP servers. You can upload and download files between your website and computer using this simple Firefox Add-ons.

Highlight Features
  • Secure: SSL/TLS/SFTP support, same encryption used with online banking and shopping
  • Runs on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux
  • Synchronization which allow user to keep directories in sync while navigating
  • Compare directory and subdirectories content
  • International: Available in over 20 languages
  • UTF8 and just about any other character encoding supported
  • Automatic reconnect and resuming of transfers
  • Timestamp Synchronization
  • Proxy and FXP support
  • Seamless integration with Mozilla Firefox

You can easily download and use the program right away. It is a Firefox Add-ons. It is a bit different from standalone application regarding to installation. After installation, you can access the program by going to Tool menu on Firefox and then select FireFTP. You need Firefox to install and use FireFTP.

Classic FTP Review

Classic FTP is a free version FTP software for Mac and Windows, the solution from NCH Software. You can download and use it for free. The program allows you to upload, download, delete and manage files on a remote server or website using the file transfer protocol.

Classic FTP is available for Windows, Mac OS X and Windows CE devices. This company also sells Plus version with more advanced features for advanced users. Here are some highlight features you will find in Classic FTP:

Highlight Features
  • Drag and Drop files between Windows Explorer and Classic FTP
  • Support the secure FTP protocol (SSL)
  • Compatible with all popular FTP servers
  • The Synchronize or mirror tool checks local and remote folders for the most up-to-date copies of everything
  • Site Manager feature
  • Simple and easy to use interface
  • System Requirements
  • Works on Windows XP 2000/Vista/2008 and Windows 7
  • Mac OS X 10.2 or later
  • Windows CE, Pocket PC 2003, Windows Mobile 5, Windows Mobile 6