OpenStack Swift client for Mac
Unlimited number of OpenStack cloud accounts
Move files among servers
Encrypt Web Protocols and Cloud Computing Services
With Commander One there’s no need to worry about the security of your data. The app uses proven standard encryption protocol AES-256 to ensure third parties can’t scan your files, keeping them safe from unauthorized users. Commander One allows you to encrypt files on your OpenStack cloud storage as well as other cloud storage accounts and remote servers.
Why users are fond of Commander One
Commander One is a popular, reliable FTP client for macOS that’s ideal for beginners and more advanced users. Packed with handy features and tools to help you map and manage all your files across remote servers and multiple cloud storage accounts, it’s the only FTP client you’ll ever need.
Users love Commander One as you can connect via FTP, SFTP, and FTPS protocols, and there’s no limit to the amount of connections you can have active at any one time. Connect the app to popular cloud storage providers, mounting your OneDrive, Google Drive, Amazon S3, or OpenStack Swift accounts. With Commander One you can manage all your files across all your cloud accounts as if they were stored locally on your computer’s hard drive, without downloading the files to your hard drive, freeing up storage space.
Another popular feature of Commander One is its dual-panel system. This allows you to work with multiple files and directories across various accounts and servers simultaneously, making it easy to transfer files between accounts. For more advanced users, the Command Line bar is a welcome addition, and there’s support for HotKeys too. A powerful search tool makes it easy to find files, while root access gives you complete control over all your files. Commander One also supports a wide range of popular plug-ins, with support for new plug-ins added regularly.
Finally, it’s safe and secure using Commander One to manage all your files. The app uses the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) with a 256-bit key length, ensuring personal information is protected.
Support for encryption on online connections
- Web services (FTP, Amazon S3, WebDAV)
- Cloud storages (Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive and more)