Add right-click file upload to Finder with OneWay

runs on Mac
screenshot of OneWay

If you're responsible for the care and feeding of a website, then you know all about having to move files around: upload changes to the server, download stuff that's been added remotely, add to offsite archives. Moving documents, images, and other files around like this generally involves some variation on FTP, file transfer protocol. Whether you use garden variety FTP, or one of its more secure siblings, you need a tool to make the magic happen. If you're on a Mac, this might take the form of OneWay.

OneWay is tool that lets you upload files from within Finder. It does this by installing itself into the context (right click) menu that comes up when you use your favorite file manager. If you've got locations you use often, you can add them to the menu, meaning that uploads are just a simple right-click away. It supports FTP, SFTP, and even Amazon S3, so if you've got to move files, you can probably get there from here.

You can grab OneWay for free and run it on your Mac (OS X 10.5 or better).

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