Works well enough for some files. Other files inexplicably "upload" but wind up with 0k files on the destination end. There doesn't quite seem to be a rhyme or reason but the same file "problem" files consistently do this. Not reliable enough for me to keep using.
It is not able to use modern ciphers in scp. If the administration on your system refuses to open a security hole by allowing certain ciphers, you cannot connect with that system
Very easy to use once you get it. Got confused with where I was downloading and uploading to because they appear in different screens when you click the phone icon and the cloud icon.
Insecure, don't install. The app uses insecure encryption protocols, which don't work with properly configured servers. They haven't fixed this for over a year. Abandonware. Avoid.
This app is absolutely wonderful but it would be nearly perfect if it could 1) run properly in the background or when the screen is off, without having to babysit during large file transfers and 2) an option to support simultaneous transfers in order to save time. 1 transfer at a time is inconvenient. When navigating up 1 directory, I really miss the [Go up a folder] button, still shown in the screenshots, because it was easier to tap with your finger instead of that new tiny left pointing arrow. This app seems to get about 1 update about every 18 months, unfortunately. However, it's mostly bug free, except for its inability to run in the background (which is aggravating). Another shortcoming is the inability to move files. AndFTP is among my most used Android apps. I paid for the pro version years ago so I'm hoping the developer can update it more frequently.
Issue I have with SFTP implementation is that it doesn't appear to do any key verification for servers, which means it's susceptible to MITM attack.
- UI improvements.
- FileZilla import bug fixed.
- Android 7.x support.