October 23, 2007 in Networks and FTP (E)
[prMac.com] Budapest, Hungary - October 23, 2007 - Binarynights Software announces Forklift 1.2, their popular FTP client/file manager for Mac OSX. ForkLift is designed to be the fastest, most powerful file manager for the Mac. Connect to FTP or SFTP servers, manage Amazon S3 accounts or mobile devices over Bluetooth.
In this release, Binarynights did some community service, going through feature requests and bug reports submitted by users.
Per customer request, version 1.2 adds WebDAV/iDisk handling, and also includes a Select tool which lets you use filters and filename comparison to select items. This release features a couple of bugfixes, but most importantly a handful of fixes to make ForkLift 1.2 ready to run on Leopard. This is a free and recommended release for all users.
* Requires Mac OS X v10.4 or later.
* 9.3 MB Hard Drive space.
Pricing and Availability:
Forklift 1.2 may be purchased for $29.95 USD and comes with a fully featured 15-day demonstration period.
There are four of us at BinaryNights; all of us come from different IT backgrounds. We were originally involved with developing J2EE enterprise applications for telecommunication enterprises, like T-mobile. We bought our first Mac in early 2006 and immediately fell in love with the concept. It was obvious that this is a much more progressive market to develop applications for. Desktop application development was an exciting opportunity to shift to from the repetitive enterprise tasks.