Greyhound FTP client

Greyhound FTP client


Lightening-quick FTP/SFTP client for Android featuring multiple queues, background downloads, directory transfer, auto-reconnect, resuming, active/passive transfers, directory caching, tabbed layout for easy switching and much more.

If you're looking for a fast FTP client, the search is over!

Tags: ftp client fast background resume tabs

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Recent changes:
Honeycomb/Ice-cream Sandwich compatibility update
Minor bugfixes
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$1.67
71
3.6
User ratings
25
Installs
100+
Concerns
0
File size
666 kb
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About Greyhound FTP client
Lightening-quick FTP/SFTP client for Android featuring multiple queues, background downloads, directory transfer, auto-reconnect, resuming, active/passive transfers, directory caching, tabbed layout for easy switching and much more.

If you're looking for a fast FTP client, the search is over!

Tags: ftp client fast background resume tabs

--- For more info see website -

Recent changes:
Honeycomb/Ice-cream Sandwich compatibility update
Minor bugfixes

User reviews of Greyhound FTP client
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
May 11, 2012
Prefer it to andFTP I paid for the full version of andFTP but got frustrated when it often crashed/closed before large files were finished uploading. I switched to Greyhound and although it's not successful at finishing large uploads 100% of the time, it definitely does a better job and it seems faster, too. The program closes spontaneously about 25% of the time when an upload is bigger than 250mb, but I'm nevertheless happy with its overall performance (especially for the price).
A Google User
May 11, 2012
Prefer it to andFTP I paid for the full version of andFTP but got frustrated when it often crashed/closed before large files were finished uploading. I switched to Greyhound and although it's not successful at finishing large uploads 100% of the time, it definitely does a better job and it seems faster, too. The program closes spontaneously about 25% of the time when an upload is bigger than 250mb, but I'm nevertheless happy with its overall performance (especially for the price).
Moppet
May 11, 2012
Prefer it to andFTP I paid for the full version of andFTP but got frustrated when it often crashed/closed before large files were finished uploading. I switched to Greyhound and although it's not successful at finishing large uploads 100% of the time, it definitely does a better job and it seems faster, too. The program closes spontaneously about 25% of the time when an upload is bigger than 250mb, but I'm nevertheless happy with its overall performance (especially for the price).
A Google User
Jun 14, 2011
Crashes a lot, I feel sorry I paid for this.
umoeder
Jun 14, 2011
Crashes a lot, I feel sorry I paid for this.