FileShuttle Makes File Sharing And Uploading To FTP Dead Simple

Mac only: FileShuttle is a nifty little application for drag-and-drop FTP or SFTP uploading and file sharing.

When you drag files onto the FileShuttle icon in the dock, they get sent to your web storage space and a short (or the terribly named link is automatically generated and copied to your clipboard.

Some pretty clever features that Michael Villar, the 22-year-old Belgian developer of the program, included in FileShuttle are: automatically creating and uploading zip files when you drag more than one file to FileShuttle, and uploading screenshots automatically with just a keyboard shortcut (this can definitely come in handy if you work with screenshots a lot!). FileShuttle can even create and upload a text file from any copy you drag onto the icon.

I tested the app briefly and it works quite beautifully. Whether you use the app for sharing files with others or just updating your own website, it’s a great, simple tool.

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