FTP or as it is also called File Transfer Protocol is one of the standard protocols for file transfer, designed to transfer files to the network between computers. Despite being approved in the year 1971 it is still used to transfer files, access remote hosts and distribute software. Despite FTP in its "clean" form being de facto a standard for transferring files between remote computers, it has rather serious security problems. It is all because the password is transmitted over the network in an unencrypted form.
Commander One is not only an excellent file manager but also the best FTP client Mac solution. Having a dual-panel interface, Commander One makes it easy for you to manage all the files thus saving time for opening and closing a lot of tabs. In addition to dual-panel interface, the app can boast about other handy features that most of the users would find rather attractive.