Description of App:
FTP Sprite can turn your iPhone, ipad, ipod into ftp client, download files from ftp server and upload files into ftp server.
specifically as follows:
- Add, modify, delete ftp server
- Download multiple files/folder Supported
- Upload multiple files/folder Supported
- Living progress
- View files online
- Create folder online
- Download and upload history
- Sorting by file name, create date and file size
Local File Sharing
- USB File Sharing via iTunes
- Http File Sharing via WiFi,Support Safari, chrome, firefox and IE6/7/8/9
- Chrome and Firefox Supported upload multiple files
- Email multiple files/folder Supported
- Open files using other applications
Local File Manage
- New Folder
- Sorting by file name, create date and file type
- View, copy, move, delete, rename, email, zip Compression and unzip files/folders
- Glide deleting function
- Select all and Cancel all
- Photo import Supported
- Bookmark supported
- New plain text(default encoding UTF-8),Convert plain file encoding (Unicode,UTF-8 etc) [.txt]
- External file content copy or paste
- Photo View, Zoom [.png .jpg .jpeg .gif .bmp .xbm .tif .tiff etc];
- Document reader [.pdf .rtf .csv .rtfd .doc .docx .xls .xlsx .ppt .pptx (office 2003 or later) etc]
- Video Player [.mp4]
- File Compression and Decompression [.zip .rar]
- Extract files from encryption .rar
- Multi-touch Supported, Zoom files
- Landscape mode supported
Apple Watch Support:
Free or Paid:
Device(s) App Was Tested On:
Other than a few minor quirks, this app is very accessible.
To add a new FTP account on the Hosts page you have to double-tap on the button labelled 'email'. On the main page of the app an unlabelled button opens the settings page.
Browsing an FTP server is fairly straightforward. You have three sort options which work fine with VoiceOver, and a table index that makes for quick navigation of long lists.
When browsing files or folders, double-tapping on its name will ask if you want to download the item. This seemed a little counter-intuitive, as I expected this to open the item (particularly with folders). However, double-tapping on the 'More Info' button next to the folder or file name will open it. In the case of files, I was able to view or play a number of file formats from within the app.
Deleting files or folders was also straightforward and accessible.
This app doesn't offer all the features of a fully-fledged FTP client, but seems a good choice for basic FTP functionality.