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[iPhone] FTP on the go PRO app review
23-02-2011, 08:01 PM
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[iPhone] FTP on the go PRO app review
[iPhone] FTP on the go PRO app review

The iPhone really is lacking a good FTP application, go ahead and search for "FTP" in the market and receive a list of about 5 results..
From the selection, I came across FTP On The Go PRO. This is a paid app from the app store.

It's probably also available for the iPad and any other Apple devices.


Your welcome screen, this is what you're presented with when you open the app.
Go ahead, tap in your FTP details and connect.

[Image: FTP-on-the-GO-PRO-1.png]


Once you've successfully connected, you're given your standard FTP folder display. So far, so good.

[Image: FTP-on-the-GO-PRO-2.png]


Navigate into public_html, then either in the root or a folder of your choice press the five blocks on top of each other, (in the bottom right corner, above settings).
This is what you get, a list of options. We're going to upload an image called "z.png" from our phone.

[Image: FTP-on-the-GO-PRO-3.png]


Click Upload Picture / Video, navigate to the directory on your phone, rhen select the image.
If you go over to the transfers tab at the bottom, you can see its progress.

[Image: FTP-on-the-GO-PRO-4.png]


You can also click the blue icon next to any given directory and get a list of options, including CHMOD permissions.

[Image: FTP-on-the-GO-PRO-6.png]


Optionally, to prevent you from having to type your connections details in each time you launch the app you can "bookmark" your details, website and password.

[Image: FTP-on-the-GO-PRO-5.png]



Cons

As far as I can see, you can only upload one image at a time which is a serious con to this app.. If they implemented that feature it'd be pretty awesome.

If you're looking for an FTP app for Android, then I recommend "andFTP", it's also better than this app.


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23-02-2011, 09:47 PM
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RE: [iPhone] FTP on the go PRO app review
For those wanting to see z.png Quickly, before he pulls it down!
http://markwood.co.cc/temp/phone/z.png

Bonus Image:
http://markwood.co.cc/temp/phone/i.jpg

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23-02-2011, 10:35 PM
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RE: [iPhone] FTP on the go PRO app review
Marks boyfriend? Knew it.

@PerryThePerson
Made a Twitter cause everyone bitch's on Facebook.

Twitter? U MAD
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23-02-2011, 10:52 PM
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RE: [iPhone] FTP on the go PRO app review
http://markwood.co.cc/temp/phone/j.jpg

And another for those interested.

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24-02-2011, 12:00 AM
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RE: [iPhone] FTP on the go PRO app review
Dom! Those images don't exist. I wanted to see something good. :cry


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24-02-2011, 12:48 AM
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RE: [iPhone] FTP on the go PRO app review
I can still see them..

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24-02-2011, 12:56 AM
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RE: [iPhone] FTP on the go PRO app review
That's because they're cached in your browser. Refresh the pages that they're on. *poof*


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24-02-2011, 11:51 AM
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RE: [iPhone] FTP on the go PRO app review
Good job I have back up links then isn't. I <3 Wget. I have a mirror of all your files. You should change your web server configuration so it doesn't allow indexes.
http://img141.imageshack.us/i/93273312.jpg/
http://img191.imageshack.us/i/81882928.jpg/

What did you say?

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24-02-2011, 06:21 PM
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RE: [iPhone] FTP on the go PRO app review
That's good. If I ever lose any backups expect a message on MSN!


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24-02-2011, 08:29 PM
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RE: [iPhone] FTP on the go PRO app review
Alright. I should make it a automatic backup script using Wget...

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