SmartFTP 3.0 Final

SmartFTP is an FTP (File Transfer Protocol) client which allows you to transfer files between your local computer and a server on the Internet. With its many basic and advanced features SmartFTP also offers secure, reliable and efficient transfers that make it a powerful tool.

Version 3.0 Build 1010

Major Changes (Changelog)

  • SFTP over SSH
  • Thumbnail View and Preview
  • Improved Usability by combining Direct/Queue transfer methods
  • Multi File Edit
  • Email Notifications

Minor Changes

  • Filter Bar in Remote Browser
  • Transfer Queue handles huge numbers of items more efficiently.
  • Scripting (SDK) to automate SmartFTP.

Bug Fixes
  • Many fixes. Please see the detailed change log for the complete list.

Download: SmartFTP 3.0 Final | 32 & 64bit (Shareware, $36.95)
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View: Detailed Changelog | Product Website

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12 Comments

Nice, I need to retry SmartFTP again. I've been using WinSCP and having disconnection problems. I am not sure though if this is WinSCP or my FTP server. Time to find out...

mmmm

didnt know this did sftp! awesome, now i can toss out that crappy winscp!

Edit: aww, sftp doesnt seem to work as well as winscp Or at least i havent figured out how to get out of the user directory yet :P

Anyone knows how I can disable transfer queue? I just want to use the good old direct transfer mode and I couldn't find a way to do so

(Aokromes said @ #6.1)
You can't transfer queue is the only model of working now.

This may just be the thing that pushes me to another client then, sadly. I've been a SmartFTP user for a good many years, too.

I second this. I can not stand the transfer queue. I need FTP for files here and there. I don't use it like a torrent client for downloading huge files anymore so having a queue is pointless. I just want to grab a file and drop it on my desktop or vice versa.

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