Nov 30, 2012
The beauty of mobile technology is simple: our files are available pretty much anywhere and everywhere thanks to powerful phones, versatile tablets, and high-speed internet connections available while on the bus. What a world! However, that doesn’t mean that the old file transmission protocols, in this case literally File Transmission Protocol, needs to be left behind. After all, sometimes files are on FTP servers, or they need to get there somehow. Yet, despite this ancient protocol, it still can have a modern touch with Turbo Client. This Android FTP client is based around the Holo theme, and built for tablets like the Nexus 7, though there’s phone support too. Files can be transferred via FTP, SFTP, FTPS, and FTPES, to encompass all FTP needs. Download and upload files from your device easily, and from anywhere there’s internet. The app is free and available on Google Play, and the developer promises more than FTP support in the near future, including support for SMB and CIFS file sharing.