Budapest, Hungary – Independent developer BinaryNights is proud to announce the release and immediate availability of Forklift 3.0, the important update to their popular file manager and file transfer utility for macOS computers. Forklift allows Mac users to copy files to and from SFTP, FTP, WebDAV, Amazon S3, Rackspace CloudFiles, AFP, SMB, and NFS remote volumes. The dual-paned file manager also offers Dropbox support, remote editing, multiple file renaming, and much more.
Forklift 3.0 took two years develop and spent six months in beta testing. The app has been completely rewritten in Swift, allowing the BinaryNights developers to take complete advantage of all the new features offered in macOS Sierra. Forklift brings users the most stunning interface ever offered by any of the company’s apps.
“While Forklift has always offered the easiest and most efficient way for Mac users to move files from one location to the other, our development team went all out while developing version 3.0,” says Mudi Dandan, CEO of BinaryNights. “We started completely from scratch, totally rewriting the app in Swift. There is not a single line of code that was reused from previous versions of the app. We believe the end result is the most advanced dual-pane file manager and file transfer client for macOS available today.”
* Dual Pane file view
* Dropbox Support
* Favorite Sync keeps favorites, rename presets and more synced across multiple Macs via Dropbox
* Disklet allows users to mount remote servers and make the, appear in Finder as local drive
* Sync Browsing
* macOS Sierra Tabs
* Search for files and directories on local or remote drives, filtering by name, extension, and more
* App Deleter completely uninstalls any application
* Remote Editing offers the ability to remotely edit files
* Dark Mode reduces eyestrain and makes it easier to concentrate on the work at hand
* So much more
Forklift 3.0 allows users to remotely connect to SFTP, FTP, WebDAV, Amazon S3, Rackspace CloudFiles, AFP, SMB, and NFS remote volumes. This makes it easy for anyone to manage their files across networks. Users can quickly connect to multiple servers at one time, allowing them to copy between servers with drag-and-drop ease.
Web developers and other remote-based users will love Forklift’s syncing features. Users can compare local and remote folders, automatically identifying new, modified, and deleted files, allowing them to synchronize files with the click of a mouse or trackpad. The app’s preview functionality displays important file information at a glance, and allows users to inspect PDFs, text & images files, and other popular document types. Quick edits can be made to files, whether they reside on a local drive or a remote server.
Forklift’s Multi Rename feature is an invaluable tool that allows anyone to rename a large number of files on both local drives and remote servers. Users can change case, replace text, add dates or sequences, and more. Multi Rename operations can be combined in a saved preset for later use.
The app’s Quick Open feature allows anyone to access their favorite files, directories, device and menu commands. It also offers the ability to open a selected file with a targeted application, or apply a saved Multi Rename preset on a group of files or folders.
* OS X 10.11 or higher (macOS Sierra 10.12 compatible)
* 64-bit processor
* 94.6 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Forklift 3.0 is usually $29.95 USD (or an equivalent amount in other currencies) for a single-user license and is available worldwide through the Forklift website. For a limited time, BinaryNights is making Forklift available for $19.95. A family license is also available for $29.95 (usually $49.95) and a small business license is available for $49.95 (usually $99.95) during the promotion. Discounted upgrades are also available to owners of previous versions of Forklift. A free trial is available for download. Review copies are available upon request.
Founded in 2007, BinaryNights is a small group of people engaged in creating the best possible software for the Mac platform. The Budapest-based team works to create apps to allow Mac users work more efficiently, making the best use of their precious time. All Material and Software (C) 2017 BinaryNights. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Macintosh, macOS and Mac OS X are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.Click here for reuse options!
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