ForkLift For Mac OS 3.5.2

April 21, 2021 - BinaryNights (Free)
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ForkLift for Mac is a versatile file manager and ferociously fast FTP client for Mac OS wrapped in a clean and customizable user interface that offers the mixture of sheer simplicity and raw power that well-executed Mac applications need. It’s faster and stronger, and you’ll fall in love with it twice as much as ever!

It can connect to any remote server, like FTP, SFTP, Amazon S3, WebDAV, SMB, and AFP shares on your local network – pretty much all you can tap into or connect to a Mac. It also includes a comprehensive toolbox for maintaining the files, such as Folder Synchronization, Batch Renaming, Archive handling, Application deleter, remote file editing, and much more. All of these powerful tools, such as QuickLook, Spotlight search, and so on, are packaged in a Finder-like, dual-pane interface that offers superior workflow while being fully familiar to use.

ForkLift File Manager Software For Mac

System Requirements

Operating System macOS 10.12 and higher version

Technical Specification

Software Name ForkLift For Mac V 3.5.2
File Size 48 MB
Languages English
License Free Trial
Developer BinaryNights

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ForkLift Advanced File Manager for For Mac Features

  • FTP, SFTP, WebDAV, S3, iDisk, SMB, AFP, and NIS: Connect to any remote volume easily and manage your files quickly across networks.
  • Split and Combine: Split and combine large files the easy way with the .sfv or .crc standards.
  • Sync Browsing: Given two identical folder structures browse your files and folders in one pane and let the tool do the job for you in the other pane.
  • Multi-rename: When you have the dead boring job of renaming a frightening amount of files this feature will make you happy you grabbed a license.
  • Sync To: Folder synchronization compares source and target folders (even remote ones) identifying matching, modified, new, and deleted files.
  • Delete App: The app comes with a full-featured application deleter to remove even the last morsels of the applications you want to uninstall.
  • Remote Edit: Set your preferred editor in ForkLift to edit remote files, and it takes care of uploading your changes as you save.
  • Synclets: Save your Folder Synchronization settings in a Synclet – place it in your Dock or on your Desktop and click any time to start syncing.
  • Archives: Browse local and remote zip, RAR, gz, and tar archives as if they were ordinary folders. You can even Quick Look, search, and filter!
  • Full Keyboard Control: Control every operation straight from the keyboard including selecting files. Customize shortcuts or use one of the default sets.
  • FXP Copy: FXP Copy lets you transfer data directly between FXP-enabled servers, without passing the data through your desktop machine.
  • Stacks: Stacks are virtual containers to keep a few files in one place for quick access. When needed no more, you can simply discard them.
  • Terminal: An absolute must for power users. Faster than you can say ‘HAL’ ForkLift will open a Terminal window at your current path.
  • Quick Look: Use Quick Look anywhere – seriously!! Simply hit space to look at files even on remote volumes or inside an archive!
  • Droplets: The simplest way to upload files to a frequently used remote folder. Place Droplets anywhere, and simply drop your files on the icon.
  • Disklets: Disklets mount remote volumes making them appear to your Mac as simple local drives. * NOT AVAILABLE in the App Store *
  • Search, Filter, Select: Search, filters, and select are always at hand to quickly select files even on remote servers and within archives. Now with RegExp!
  • Transfer Queue: Keep your transfers organized with the new Transfer Queue. Reorder transfers, set conflict management rules, or even pause the queue.
  • List, Column, Icon, Coverflow views: Each view has its own advantage and each user has a preference. Fork Lift gives you all the options.
  • Get Info and Inspector: All the information you want about your files. Now you can even set file permissions recursively for nested folders on remote volumes.


Even if you are a macOS power user, the forklift has you covered with Terminal integration that allows you to open a new command-line interface inside every folder and detailed keyboard shortcuts that allow you to navigate it without using a mouse.

If Apple’s Finder isn’t cutting it for you due to its small range of features, you may want to give Forklift a try. If you need a dual-pane file manager for Mac OS that will help you handle local and remote files and folders through a user-friendly and powerful user interface, this is the correct option.