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The Best FTP App for Linux

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FTP is a great way to transfer files to the cloud, and you have some pretty good choices of FTP clients on Linux. However, our favorite is the powerful, cross-platform FilezZilla.

Features

* A highly configurable interface that supports drag-and-drop for easy file transfer
* Supports FTP, FTP over SSL/TLS (FTPS) and SFTP protocols
* Supports resume and transfer of large files over 4GB
* Tabs for opening multiple connections
* Simple bookmarking system for oft-used servers

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FTP App

FTP is the WORST way to transfer files.

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