ExaVault FTP and SFTP services can be used with any standard desktop FTP software. We've put together a series of tutorials on popular desktop packages so that you can learn to fully utilize the capabilities of your client.
NOTE: ExaVault supports the use of ANY desktop FTP client, not just those listed here.
Cyberduck is a popular free and open source FTP client for Mac and Windows. It is developed by David V. Kocher, and has been used extensively by Mac users since 2003. Cyberduck isn't simply another knock-off FTP client, rather it takes a very unique and simple approach to file transfers.
AnyClient is a free FTP software, that you can use on any platform and any device. AnyClient has several versions of product: AnyClient Web that works in browser the supports the Java Runtime Environment, AnyClient software that you can install locally and AnyClient Enterprise that you can embed in web pages and applications.
AnyClient is a platform independent file transfer client supporting all major file transfer protocols including FTP/S, SFTP, WebDAV/S, and AFTP (Accelerated File Transfer Protocol).
CloudMounter is a hub between your ExaVault FTP storage and your computer. It makes working with remote hosts as easy as if the data were stored on your computer by letting you communicate with your FTP account from the comfort of Finder. CloudMounter is an all-in-one manager for Mac and fully compatible with macOS 10.10 and later and requires 32.15MB free space.
This FTP client for Windows has a modern look and feel to it and supports all the basic features important to web administrators, which is who this client is designed for. However, anyone can use this program if they want an FTP client that's simple to understand and provides an easy drag-and-drop interface between local and remote files.
ExpanDrive is a Network file system client for Mac OS and Windows users. It facilitates the mapping of local volume to your ExaVault FTP/SFTP server. When your FTP server is mounted with ExpanDrive any program can read, write, and manage remote files on the server as if they were stored locally.
Fetch is a file transfer client for Apple Macintosh, that uses FTP (File Transfer Protocol) and SFTP (SSH File Transfer Protocol). The latest versions of this software - Fetch 5.3 and 5.7 runs on Mac OS X 10.3.9 or newer. The interface of Fetch is simple and easy to use.
ForkLift 3 is the most advanced dual-pane file manager and file transfer client for macOS. Using ForkLift will come very easily. If you are used to Finder, everything will look familiar, and all the extra functionality will work as you expect it. ForkLift's user interface has got highly modular by now. You can have it anyways, from a minimal single pane look to the pedal-to-the-metal 3-ton engineering monster it can become, depending on what you need at the moment.
GoodSync synchronizes files between your computer, mobile devices and your FTP, SFTP account. It is a professional easy and reliable software for file backup and synchronization for MacOS and Windows OS. GoodSync automatically syncs your files between any computer and your ExaVault account.
MultCloud is free software with the help of which you can connect your local computer and ExaVault FTP server to centralize your file management. You can upload, download files, cut, copy, paste, move, delete and rename them in your browser. Moreover, if you use additional cloud storages you can also integrate them to MultCloud together with ExaVault account.
Viper FTP is a handy and powerful file manager for macOS that you can use to connect with the ExaVault FTP account. Viper FTP allows you to transfer files by FTP, FTPS, and SFTP. Viper FTP allows you to upload files and folders to multiple servers with one click, transfer files in the background without blocking a server, create HTTP URL of a selected file, browse your activity (history), edit files on a remote server, manage local archives.
WebDrive allows us to open and edit server-based files without downloading files on macOS and Windows. WebDrive uses a simple wizard to assign a network drive letter to ExaVault FTP/SFTP server. By connecting through a virtual drive you can access and edit files from the ExaVault account on your local PC.
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