FileZilla Pro file transfers via Google Drive, OneDrive, Amazon S3, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, Backblaze B2, Dropbox, WebDAV, Box, OpenStack Swift, FTP, FTPS and SFTP

FileZilla Pro is a fast and reliable FTP, FTPS, SFTP, Amazon S3, Backblaze B2, Box, Dropbox, Google Cloud Storage, Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, Microsoft Azure Storage, OpenStack Swift (using Keystone v2) and WebDAV client with lots of useful features. FileZilla Pro comes with an intuitive tabbed user interface and is available in more than 50 languages.

You can use the Site Manager to organize your sites and bookmarks. FileZilla Pro lets you synchronize the Site Manager data securely so that you can access your stored sites from all your machines. Your credentials are stored securely, protected by strong cryptography.

Use powerful tools to quickly and easily navigate the server and locate your files: Directory listing filters hide irrelevant files from view. Compare local and remote directories and highlight the difference. Change both local and remote directories in lockstep. Or just use the the search dialog to find your files.

The transfer queue lets you manage your transfers, even if you queue millions of files. The size of your files does not matter, FileZilla Pro knows no size limit. Use drag&drop or the context menu to queue files. You can also directly transfer and open remote files in your favorite editor.

Configurable speed limits let you throttle FileZilla Pro if you need bandwidth for other purposes.

FileZilla Pro is ready for the Internet of the future with complete IPv6 support. Compatible with HTTP/1.1, SOCKS5 and FTP proxies.

The network configuration wizard guides you through configuring not just FileZilla Pro but also any firewall or NAT router you are using.

Subscription information.

FileZilla Pro requires a subscription to use.

Subscribe to FileZilla Pro to begin your 7 days free trial. You can cancel during the free trial up to 24 hours before the end of your 7 days trial, and you won't be charged.

After 7 days, you'll automatically be billed 9.99 dollars/euros per year (or the equivalent in your country) through an auto-renewing subscription.

An active subscription entitles you to unlimited FileZilla Pro app updates, including minor and major updates. We include new features or improvements on a monthly basis, stay tuned!

You can cancel your subscription at any time. If you do, once you reach the end of your subscription period, the app will no longer function. Restart your subscription if you need it again, your data won't be lost.

See also for the terms of use.

What’s New

Version 3.56.0

New features and improvements:
* Right-clicking a queue tab header now opens the same context menu as right-clicking the corresponding queue contents
* By default, the minimum allowed TLS version is now TLS 1.2
* Optionally, the system trust store can be used for certificate verification

Fixed issues:
* S3: Fixes for renaming files and directories
* S3: Honor default region when host doesn't match a region endpoint
* Google Drive: Added resourceKey support
* B2: Fixed an issue resuming multi-part uploads
* SFTP: Fixed an issue with key file conversion
* Fixed an issue loading servers not supporting session resumption from storage

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
1.1K Ratings

1.1K Ratings

Novatropos ,

How does Subscription Changes the App?

To the FileZilla Support crew:
How does the change to subscription pricing change the app? I have used FileZilla Pro to upload my web page to the server host. I have a MacBook Pro and FileZilla seems to be a good method to do what the Mac OS file system will not allow. I am cautious about upgrading to the newest update. What happens? Do I lose my app as I know it? Do I have to purchase a monthly subscription? Can I just purchase the subscription for the times I need to upload files (I only need to use it a few times a year). Will this wind up costing me more in subscription pricing than previously?

Also, the interface is a confusing, for me, when I use it. I need to keep a list of instructions for which block to drag and drop the files and what will happen. How about a clearly identified title above the blocks that clearly states where to drag the files?

Developer Response ,

Dear Customer, your purchase includes all the future updates without any further payment. Please send us an email at to get our brand new FileZilla Pro manual, it's complimentary and it can be a useful reference.

WolfeLogic ,

Worth $18 Alone for AWS S3 Support

It’s obviously a little frustrating to go from the free-version to the pro-version and find the pro-version missing some arguably crucial features (key file support for instance, which I understand is a pending feature), but being able to SFTP into an AWS S3 bucket is pretty awesome.

I think a lot of this client’s features are simply hidden and that a major fix/upgrade would be having FileZilla Pro-specific docs (and if they exist, consider linking them to the “FileZilla Pro Support” link in the App Store page).

Developer Response ,

Actually SFTP it's the very same in the free version and in the Pro version. FileZilla Pro supports some cloud protocols, like Amazon S3, though. We're now working on a specific documentation for FileZilla Pro, stay tuned.

BenjPhoto ,

Didn’t copy files to network drive. Deleted them instead!

The title says it all. Two weeks work had been successfully moved to an attached HDD by using finder (to make room on my rapidly filling boot disk) and this copy to the NAS was supposed to be my secondary backup before doing a third backup offsite. Nope. Now I have nothing. I’m using Photorec to see if I can recover the files, but I won’t be using FIlezilla to move them again. Pay for Carbon Copy Cloner or Super Duper if you care at all about your data. Some lessons are hard won.

Had it worked I still would have knocked a star off for the clunky interface. But this was beyond bad. I’m absolutely gutted.

Photorec says 78 hours to recover.

+++++++ Update +++++++
Got a response from the developer: "Dear Customer, all delete actions in FileZilla Pro are behind a confirmation prompt.”

I’m sure that’s true. I wasn’t using a delete action. I was copying files from drive A to drive B. I doubt that there is a delete option that says delete the specified files/folders on both drives.

+++++++ Additional Update ++++++
photorec only found some of the photos, none of the videos. I am also experiencing an error on one of the drives now and had to reformat, except Disk Utility kept encountering errors, so I had to go to the command line and use dd (not recommended for most folks). Disk Utility could then erase and repartition, but the drive is still throwing errors. Brand new drive, only a couple of days old.

Developer Response ,

Dear Customer, all delete actions in FileZilla Pro are behind a confirmation prompt.

App Privacy

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