AndFTP (your FTP client)

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3.3
31.4K reviews
5M+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

AndFTP is a FTP, FTPS, SCP, SFTP client. It can manage several FTP configurations. It comes with both device and FTP file browser. It provides download, upload, synchronization and share features with resume support. It can open (local/remote), rename, delete, update permissions (chmod), run custom commands and more. SSH RSA/DSA keys support. Share from gallery is available. Intents are available for third party applications. Folder synchronization are available in Pro version only.
Updated on
Aug 29, 2023

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Ratings and reviews

3.4
29.4K reviews
A Google user
December 28, 2018
A nice light-weight app for doing exactly what I need it to do. It connects to my Synology SFTP server and mirrors the files to the SD Card. I was able to set up a one-way mirror in the free version. If sync is still limited to the pro version, that might mean two-way synchronizations. If you have file names with foreign characters be sure to change the character set in the advanced settings to UTF-8 (or whatever character set you need). Otherwise this app will silently change your filenames to fit within the specified character set. It does not warn you first. The scheduled synchronization feature will suffice. I would prefer an option to trigger synchronization when it gets plugged in for charging.
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Kyle
October 2, 2023
I use this app to communicate with my modded Nintendo Switch. I've been using FTP for a couple years on my PC to communicate with my Switch which is great and all, but when I just wanna extract a simple file like a video or something, it's annoying to whip out my laptop for that. Now I don't have to worry about that! It's just as fast as my PC but with the benefit of being right on my phone which is very convenient for something like a video I want to share. Great app!
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A Google user
January 27, 2020
It works, it's intuitive, and it supports batch transfers, but that's about all I can say for it. It sends a LOT of unnecessary commands to the server (CWD before every transfer I can maybe excuse, but LIST after every file while doing a batch upload? Really?) and it's appallingly slow. During large batch uploads, there are big gaps between files as if it's iterating O(n) over every file it's already sent. This can get up to multiple seconds with 100 files or so.
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What's new

Android 13+ requirements.