FileZilla® Announces support for Google Cloud Storage

Joins Amazon S3, Azure, WebDAV, and other Cloud protocols already supported by popular file access and transfer system

Köln, Germany —8 May 2018— FileZilla®, the free cross-platform file access and transfer software application, today announced the availability of FileZilla support for Google Cloud Storage.

Responding to growing user interest, FileZilla is quickly expanding its protocol support to provide users easy access to an increasing number of cloud services, including Amazon S3, Azure, and WebDAV.

“We are pleased to provide new features and services that our users are asking for,” said Tim Kosse, original creator of FileZilla.

“Our latest integration with Google Cloud Storage brings FileZilla’s reliable data transfer and powerful user interface to millions of Google Cloud Storage users,” added Kosse. “Future releases will include support for OpenStack Swift, Dropbox, and OneDrive, among others.”

More than 25,000 individual enthusiasts, professional system administrators, developers, engineers, and enterprise power users rely on FileZilla Pro to quickly and easily move files between computers and remote servers. FileZilla users are able to easily upload and download a variety of files, for example, uploading a Website to a hosting provider’s server, using FTP and other protocols. FileZilla Pro allows users to easily share files across all types of and remote servers and computing environments.

Availability

FileZilla Pro can be downloaded from https://filezillapro.com, with Mac version available from the Apple App Store https://itunes.apple.com/app/filezilla-pro/id1298486723 Other versions are available from the FileZilla website https://filezilla-project.org/

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