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Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by TommyLee, Oct 1, 2004.
None of my 15 browsers will upload FTP.
I second, transmit is awesome.
Transmit is the best GUIfied FTP/SFTP client out there. Well worth the cash.
CyberDuck or Fugu are not up to par, but free.
Transmit is great - lovely UI - well worth the cash.
TRANSMIT! ...just in case you missed it.
In case you don't want to pay for an FTP client, use RBrowserLite
Did anyone mention transmit? =P
Or support the awesome guys at Panic and get Transmit. Yes I know I'm like the fifth guy to say this. But it really is awesome! http://www.panic.com/transmit
i usually just use the command line ftp but every once in a while i use cyberduck. the website seems to be down now for some reason but it's a good ftp client.
I'll give Transmit another boost. It's great.
If I have a huge file to upload Transmit is where it's at... Dreamweaver usually chokes on big stuff.
and panic is right here in portland!
It's called the Terminal. And it's free.
Transmit's actually the best FTP client I've used on any platform. Great interface, no problems. It's one of the few apps I actually paid for while a college student
In case anybody doing a forum search finds this thread and has the same question, here is a short review by Macworld of Captain FTP 4.2, Transmit 3.2, and Fetch 5.0.1.
I'm going to vote for Fetch. Free for students