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Description: The Best Way to FTP! BPFTP Client Mac is the easiest way to transfer files between your Mac and remote FTP servers. Take advantage of its Aqua® style interface, Site Manager address book, extensive server type support and fast transfers.
Everything about BPFTP Client Mac is fast! Fast startup, fast connections using Quick Connect, fast site access using the Site Manager address book and fast drag ‘n drop transfers.
BPFTP Client Mac has features of it\'s long famous sibling, BPFTP Client for Windows; automatic and manual resume of interrupted transfers, support for different types of FTP servers, progress tracking and log reporting are just a few of its powerful features.
Ease-of-use is what made BPFTP for Windows famous. BPFTP Client Mac was created with the same easy-to-use goal in mind, by carefully adhering to Macintosh Aqua® Interface and usability guidelines.
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