S3 Extension for Google Chrome with File Upload Support

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I’ve been frustrated for a while now at Chromes lack of a decent Amazon S3 extension. Firefox has S3Fox but the closest Chrome users come is S3 which only lets you browse and not modify the files in your buckets. Well that’s just changed!

Over the weekend I finally gathered up enough free time to add support for creation and deletion of files/buckets. While I was in there I made a few other modifications to improve performance and clean things up a bit.

Download the latest version (and the source: Github repo)

Adding a bucket
Adding a bucket
Deleting a bucket
Delete link when hovering over buckets
Adding files
Multi-select file browser for uploading files
Uploading Files
The uploading window
File delete
The confirmation you see when deleting files
Deleting a bucket with files in it
Error you see when attempting to delete a bucket with files in it
  • Lars

    Thank you! Just in time when I needed it. Looking forward to trying it.

  • Tom

    This works pretty good, but it still doesn’t do something that s3Fox does do. With S3Fox, I can delete a folder that isn’t empty and it will remove everything in the folder and the folder. I can also tag multiple folders and delete all of them at once. Very handy. I hope this can do that soon because I don’t use Firefox anymore except for s3fox. =)


  • jmanuel

    Hi, I tried this plugin but I can’t download files, I get this xml code instead:

    This XML file does not appear to have any style information associated with it. The document tree is shown below.


    The bucket you are attempting to access must be addressed using the specified endpoint. Please send all future requests to this endpoint.




    What am i skipping, please?


  • Brad Codd

    when i upload, the file is named “undefined”. also i was unable to figure out how to manage the acl.

    oh well, it looks like i’m stuck with firefox and s3fox a little longer. {sigh}

  • jan

    Thanks proud to hate firefox