Flow 1.1 introduces a number of exciting new features:
Local Browsing in the Sidebar
You can now browse your local disk from within the sidebar in Flow, eliminating the need to interface with the Finder for uploading and downloading. As the top-requested feature, were glad we were able to deliver this functionality in an intuitive way that doesnt detract focus from your remote-files, or unnecessarily complicate the interface.
Custom External Editors
You can now specify a specific external editor to be used for a particular extension when editing externally. If you always want to edit CSS files in CSSEdit, for example, you can now specify so easily from the Editing pane of Flows preferences.
Vastly better QuickLook Support
Weve refined Flows QuickLook support to act just like the Finder you can now preview any file, and can do so with the click of the button (the spacebar). Previews are no longer automatically downloaded to simplify use.
Public iDisk Support
If youd like to access a users iDisk public storage, just leave the password blank!
More Secure WebDAV and iDisk
We now use digest authentication to connect, instead of the insecure basic authentication.
Custom Public Keys for SFTP
If you connect to an SFTP server without specifying a password, Flow will allow you to select a public keys it finds to connect with, as well as specify others.
If you have a Mac with a multi-touch trackpad, you can now use swipe-gestures (3 fingers) to navigate around in Flow. Swiping left and right will move you back and forward, respectively. Swiping up and down will navigate to the parent directory, or enter the selected directory, respectively.
Speed, stability, and error-handling
All connections have an entirely new error-handling system, delivering stable behavior when servers act unexpectedly. WebDAV and iDisk have massively faster directory listings.
Flow 1.1 is available for a 15-day fully featured trial, after which you can purchase Flow for just $29.