Handy utility to manage in a friendly way a website through the FTP protocol (only UNIX servers, and no support for SFTP, but cfr. at the bottom ): you can upload/download files, change their name etc.
• Uploading and downloading of queued files and folders (i.e. directories).
• Resuming of interrupted uploads/downloads.
• Creation of desktop-links to specific addresses (i.e. double-clicking an address opens the specified directory of the website).
• Interface customizable (single/double paned window, as shown in the two screen-shots).
There are several FTP functions that WebsiteManager does not support, such as: to view a text file and to modify its content is not available; mirroring and executing user’s command-lines too are not available.
NB: Although the FTP protocol --in itself-- is not security-aware, nevertheless nowadays web-hosts, in the presence of the FTP protocol, automatically switch to ‘PURE-FTPd’, which is considered a highly security-aware protocol. Before buying the app, you could make sure that your web-host too supports PURE-FTPd; and then make your decision.
Added support for Dark Appearance.
Ratings and Reviews
I wondered why Website Manager was so cheap and then I found out. It doesn't work. The interface is easy, but when I tried to download my html files to edit, they were not complete. If I made the mistake and uploaded the file, my website would have been ruined. Save your money.
doesn't list folders on a brinkster webserver… firefox sees the folder but not this tool.
Either it can't handle SFTP, or it is badly buggy.
P.S. Cyberduck worked
- Carlo Rubini
- 6.5 MB
OS X 10.10 or later, 64-bit processor
- Age Rating
- You must be at least 17 years old to download this app.
- Unrestricted Web Access
- © 2011 AsramSoftware
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.