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What's New in v0.7?
  • Made it compatible with Firefox 18. Fixed the bug that occurred during download.
What's New in v0.6?
  • Made it compatible with Firefox 4.0
What's New in v0.4.9?
  • Made it compatible with Firefox 3.6
  • Added a blue skin to the interface
What's New in v0.4.8?
  • Fixed a bug with AWS Import/Export Service
What's New in v0.4.7?
  • Supports AWS Import/Export Serivce
  • Updated to Firefox 3.5
  • Fixed couple of bugs
GUI Front-end to Amazon S3
S3Fox shows the files in Amazon S3 in a nice and convenient graphical interface. It has the popular FTP layout for transferring files between your Local PC and Amazon S3.
Open S3Fox full view from the menu "Tools"->S3Fox Organizer (or) click the icon on the status bar to open the Drop-box.

Manage S3 Cloud Front Distributions
S3 CloudFront is the web service for content delivery. You can create and edit the urls of your buckets very easily in S3Fox.
Right-click on the files/bucket to get the distribution list.

Modifying Access Control Policies
S3Fox has a very easy and unique way to set Permissions/Access Control on your files in S3.
Right-click on a bucket/file and choose "Edit ACL" to set permissions.

Synchronize Folders with local system and S3
S3Fox can help you with synchronizing the local and remote (S3) folders.
Click on the "Synchronize Folders" on the top to add local and remote directories information.

You can also drag-n-drop files from Windows Explorer on to the drop-box. Drop Box can be opened directly from the status bar.

Create time limited urls (NEW)
You can create Time Limited Access Urls. i.e. generate urls that become inactive after a certain period.
Right-click on a file and click "Get Pre-signed Urls".

Multiple accounts
You can add multiple accounts for each site. You can even upload/transfer to multiple accounts simultaneously.

Log View
You can view the current tasks in separate panel and all the activity in the Log View.