On the Mac side, Cyberduck is a popular one. There's also ftpfs, which depends on MacFUSE and lets you treat FTP sites as mountable filesystems. MacFUSE is based on the Linux FUSE package. FUSE and MacFUSE provide support for all kinds of interesting filesystems, such as sshfs, GrabFS (screenshots as filesystem), NTFS-3G (writable NTFS on Linux and OS X), ZFS, btfs (basic bluetooth functionality as a filesystem), WikipediaFS (yeah, you heard me), tagfs (a media filesystem using tags as pathnames), YouTubeFS, MySQLfs and SQLFS-Fuse. Not that many of those are beyond alpha.
I use iStorage on my iPhone, it's FTP and more. Works very well for me.Hmmm, FTP on the Go is advertised as a full featured ipod touch ftp client, but it's $7 and I don't want to pay that much. I'm pretty cheap I guess. :biggrin:
Yeah, maybe I'll jailbreak mine.