|Initial release||March 2008|
|Stable release||"Latest" / January 14, 2013|
AnyClient is a free, platform-independent FTP application developed by JSCAPE, LLC. In addition to an installed software version, AnyClient is available as a web-based file transfer client. Creating a free account is mandatory to use the web edition of AnyClient. All major file transfer protocols are supported including:
AnyClient installers are available for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux / UNIX environments. Documentation can be found at http://files.jscape.com/anyclient/docs/4.1/.
AnyClient was first launched on March 2008. AnyClient has always been free. It was launched to provide a free and independent platform file transfer client that supported ALL the major file transfer protocols. The web based version was launched in order to provide users with a way to transfer files when they are traveling, for example when connecting from a public computer in an Internet cafe or where it is not possible to install file transfer software.
As of January 2012, AnyClient averaged over 675 downloads per week.
- JSCAPE (Jan 14, 2013). "Latest Versions of AnyClient Released". Retrieved 2013-02-05.
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