Conan Troutman · Dec 11, 2012 at 04:00 pm

Turbo Client: Fast & Full Featured FTP Client for Android

If you’re the kind of person who would like to use FTP on the go, chances are that you already have a mobile FTP client installed. If that’s the case, and you feel like taking a new one for a spin, look no further. If you don’t already have one installed, this might be the perfect place to start.

Turbo Client by XDA Forum Member Vlad Mihalachi is an FTP/SFTP client that combines functionality and an intuitive interface. The UI follows the latest Android design guidelines, and is available in either a dark or light versionm, with support for both tablets and smartphones. The app also has support for multiple languages, and the developer is keen to add more, so be sure to let him know if you’d like to help with translation. Some of the applications key features include:

  • SSH Key Support
  • Password Encryption
  • Expandable Notifications
  • Folder Download/Upload
  • List Mode
  • File Editor

The app is completely free and full featured. There aren’t even any ads. The application will run on devices sporting Android 2.2 and upwards. So if you’re interested, head on over to the original thread for more information.


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