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Discussion in 'OS X and OS X Apps' started by jopoy, Oct 10, 2006.
What FTP GUI client do you recommend?
You can try the excellent freeware FTP client, Cyberduck or Panic's Transmit 3. Aside from remote servers, you can even use the latter to access your .Mac directories.
Do check out Version Tracker for FTP Client. I use Tranmsit and Captain but I like Transmit Interface better.
Thanks! I will try all of those you suggested.
Uy jops. Nalista ko na yung Transmit sa yo dati ah... Transmit's the best, shareware nga lang but the features are well worth the price.
Try nyo po Fetch, Its free for charitable institutions or educational institutions
I highly recommend Transmit too, well worth the price if you FTP a lot. My wife on the other hand uses Yummy FTP, has great syncing features (she uses it for managing a web site) and seems to perform a little faster than Transmit. It's also shareware, $25, but also has a fully-functional 30-day free trial.
Yeah ... I guess I'll give it a second look. Cyberduck takes forever (Do I need to tweak anything?).
I use the Finder and Cyberduck for FTP.
Have been a Transmit user ever since I switched to Mac. For a web developer who needs all the bells and whistles it is well worth the price.
Also a Transmit user ever since I had my first Mac. It's really worth the evry buck for it
I also use Transmit to FTP photos to and from my clients in the US. It works well for me.
I've used Transmit, Fetch and cyberduck. If you want something free, go with cyberduck