Commander One is a reliable FTP client for Mac OS
Besides being a perfect dual-panel file manager, Commander One also flawlessly combines FTP client for Mac as well as cloud computing manager features and provides you with the built-in Mac Terminal emulator making it super easy for you to manage all the system processes.
Optimized for both Apple silicon and Intel
Dual-panel versatility is amazing
The two-panel system is a gift for those who work with several directories and files at the same time every day. Jumping back and forth across windows is not convenient at all. With Commander One you can have both folders open in the same window. Commander One's interface lets you open an unlimited number of tabs, supports any file types, offers the ability to set up your very own hotkeys for any action, and way more.
Speed up your work on the computer when performing the most frequent tasks. Copy, delete, duplicate, show package content, reload, edit, and much more with a snap of a finger. Set up your own key combos for lightning-fast work with files. Any action is done much faster with your favorite hotkeys. Leave your mouse behind and move faster with hotkeys.
Command Line bar offers great control over your files. It is a useful addition for advanced Macbook users and not only. There is no longer need to waste time launching the Terminal as a separate application. Your file structure and system processes are in good hands with the built-in Mac Terminal emulator.
Convenient file operations
Besides being a great FTP software for Mac, Commander One is probably the fastest way to copy, move, delete the files, and more. Be able to add all operations to the queue and execute them one after another, search for files using regular expressions. For quick acquaintance with the contents of the file, Commander One offers you a built-in viewer. In addition the app has root access to guarantee you complete control over your files and folders.
Save your time and disk space
Increase your computer’s SSD/HDD space by mounting cloud computing services and remote servers. Reach online data with one click. Save time and disk space with the optimized mechanisms implemented in Commander.
Two panels help accelerate your file operations speed tremendously
$475 cheaper than other solutions
10 in One
Enlarge your Disk Space*
Macintosh HD • 128 GB
With a built-in FTP manager, you can easily connect to remote servers through FTP app, SFTP, or FTPS. With two panels instead of just one, this FTP client Mac solution promotes efficiency and speed and also neatly organizes your file operations in a queue, especially when you have to work with many different servers.
We are working hard to include the most popular plugins with additional functions by third-party developers to enhance the functionality of our Mac FTP solution and file manager. We want to make Commander One the most versatile and feature-rich app to fully satisfy all your needs and wishes.
While the default Commander One theme is very attractive, additional themes with its endless color options can make the experience much more enjoyable. Personalize the app up to your individual preferences. From now on Commander One supports the night theme so you can reduce eye strain and keep up with the times.
Connecting to all servers
Commander One is not only FTP client for Mac but also allows you to quickly connect to a remote server using FTPS and SFTP protocols. Access remote servers with ease and save all settings and passwords in the Keychain.
Commander One is a perfect connection manager that keeps all remote protocols at one place - allowing you to keep all connections in an active state, have multiple connections at a time and quickly access them.
FTP server as a regular drive
Create a connection to a server thanks to this Mac FTP client and work with the remote server as with a normal directory. Perform the same file operations with files stored on a server as copying, deleting, moving, editing as if you were dealing with the local files.
Protect your online connections with an encryption feature
This Mac FTP software and WebDAV client ensures additional protection to your online connection and establishes encrypted file transfer between remote servers/cloud computing services and your Mac. Thanks to the encryption feature you are guaranteed to have safe and secure work.
- Web services (FTP, Amazon S3, WebDAV)
- Cloud storages (Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive and more)
Learn more about Encryption on Online Connections
Reviews by popular media
"This app is everything OS X Finder wants to be"
John Brownlee —
"Here’s a good example of a Mac utility which could be used to replace the Finder with a laundry list of more useful, albeit somewhat geeky, features."
Jack D. Miller —
"Once it’s installed, you get dual pane browsing, unlimited tabs, a variety of sorting options, an easy toggle for revealing hidden files, and more."
Thorin Klosowski —
"We found Commander One to be a convenient interface, making it easy to copy and move files at will."
Chris Hauk —
Frequently Asked Questions
The most simple way to FTP from Mac is to use Finder. However, the functionality is rather limited by using this method. That is why it is recommended to use third-party apps like Commander One.
The main work with the FTP server is carried out through FTP clients. Such programs facilitate quick access to server files and allow them to change, add, delete. Due to the simple interface, even a novice user will not get confused in the program.
If you want to have the most convenient way to transfer files to FTP servers without any restrictions (like in browsers, Finder, etc), FTP clients are your number one choice.
There are lots of criteria to take into consideration when choosing an FTP Mac. Some users prefer support for different protocols, some users want their FTP client to have a dual-pane interface, others want it to support encryption feature. So choose wisely taking into account the features you need for certain purposes.
Yes, Commander One is a secure FTP client for Mac. The app uses the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) with a 256-bit key length to translate data into a different form so that only people who know the password (decryption key) can read and manage it.