Flow

Version: 1.7.2 || Release Date: 2012-04-24 || License: Shareware ($25) Developer: Extendmac, LLC | App Owner: applejustworks

FTP, SFTP, WebDAV, and .Mac client designed exclusively for Leopard to upload, download, and edit your files.

Flow is an FTP, SFTP, WebDAV, and .Mac client designed exclusively for Leopard and Snow Leopard to upload, download, and edit your files.

  • Connect to FTP, SFTP, Amazon S3, WebDAV, and iDisk servers.
  • Edit files directly on the server, in the robust internal editor, or any other editing app of your choice.
  • Copy and View URLs to your remote files instantly.
  • Use QuickLook to preview any file the Finder can.
  • Quickly Upload without interaction : When you drag a bookmark to your desktop, it becomes a droplet. When you drop files or folders on it, it’ll upload those items, and even copy their URL.

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26 Opinions

People post private beta apps for the same reason people post apps like "Spotlight", or "Finder" - because it gives them an ego boost to admin apps that either everyone uses without a thought, or apps that only a select few can use.

Mod me down if you wish...

So, before I'm modded down as a troll (-2 so far - apparently others don't seem to have a problem with private beta apps. being listed here) I want to clarify that I understand the need for private betas. I am participating in several myself. I was just complaining that they shouldn't really be listed on iusethis because I assumed it is a place to learn and try out software.

applejustworks - I look forward to trying out Flow when it is out of private beta. The screenshots look great!

Hi all, developer of Flow here.

I actually didn't put Flow on iusethis, someone else did. I was waiting until Flow 1.0 was available to post it on iusethis, so I only found my way here from a referrer in my webstats. I attempted to "claim" this entry as my own (sidebar, right), but the original poster hasn't accepted that yet.

Once I do get ownership confirmed of it, I'll try to make it more clear that this is in private beta, and not for the public yet.

My personal apologies for any annoyance this caused.

I, for one, am becoming a little annoyed by all of the invite only beta applications being listed here. Maybe they can be given a special tag or something? It's often a waste of time trying to try out new software only to find out you can't use it anyway. I think Flow looks nice but can't say much more since I can't actually use it...

Had to go to the Support page to find out the software is in "extended private beta." Why put a download button on the homepage if the general public can't actually download the product?

Download button on homepage doesn't work for me.

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