Transmit for Mac is a full service FTP client for the OS X platform. Transmit looks great, is easy to use, and should be a welcome program for anyone who has had difficulties transferring files. Transmit is an excellent FTP (file transfer protocol), SFTP, S3 (Amazon.com file hosting) and iDisk/WebDAV client that allows you to upload, download, and delete files over the internet. With the most Mac-like interface available, Transmit makes FTP as simple, fun, and easy as it can possibly be. Transmit is a powerful and versatile Mac OS X application that makes it easy for you to manage and organize large files on various servers on clouds. User-oriented interface with support for multiple tabs With Transmit's help you can quickly and effortlessly transfer files to SFTP or FTP server, as well as Amazon S3 or WevDAV from within a user-oriented interface.
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Panic on Wednesday announced the release of Transmit 3, the latest version of the company's File Transfer Protocol (FTP) client for Mac OS X, unveiled at Macworld Conference & Expo in San Francisco earlier this year. Transmit 3 adds new features, including a column view, tabs for multiple connections, a 'sidebar' reminiscent of the Finder, a redesigned Favorites feature, new preview drawer and much more, including full iDisk and WebDAV support that Panic claims is faster than the Finder.
Other major changes in Transmit 3 include dock status, spring-loaded folders and tabs, server-to-server transfers, linked folder navigation and improved synchronization. The software costs US$29.95; users of previous releases can upgrade for $17.95 (if you bought Transmit 2 after January 1, 2005 you can get it for free). A 15-day downloadable demo is available.
In related news, Panic also announced Wednesday that Transmit 1.7 -- an earlier version of the software for Mac OS 9 -- has been made available for free. It's been 'retired,' and is no longer being supported by Panic, but the company felt that those Mac users holding on to 'Classic' Mac OS-based systems 'might as well use the best Mac OS 9 FTP client, without charge.'
This story, 'Panic releases Transmit 3 FTP client for Mac OS X' was originally published by PCWorld.
Click to viewWhether you do your work on the web, run a home FTP server, or you just prefer a quick download from time to time, a solid, full-featured FTP client can be a lifesaver. You've got tons of options-both free and shareware-for your FTP needs, so finding the right FTP client can be difficult. On Tuesday you shared your favorite FTP clients, and today we're back with the five most popular choices. Read on for a detailed look at the five best FTP clients for your money, then cast your vote for the app you like best.
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WinSCP, aka Windows Secure Copy, is a free, open-source FTP client. Supporting both SFTP and SCP protocols (upshot: secure transfers), WinSCP is fast and lightweight while still supporting advanced features like remote text editing. When you open a plain text file, WinSCP can open the file in your text editor of choice. Every time you save the file, it transparently saves and uploads the changes to the remote server. Added bonus: a portable version is available. WinSCP's synchronized browsing feature is also worth a look.
Transmit (Mac OS X)
Transmit is a shareware ($30) FTP client packed to the brim with innovative features. It covers all of the usual suspects, including remote file editing and folder sync, and it's also got tons of Mac-centric features like a Dashboard widget, .Mac syncing of your favorites (bookmarked FTP servers), droplets for quick drag-and-drop uploading to favorite locations, inline previews, and Automator support. Transmit can even do server-to-server transfers from one server's tab to another's. Despite its $30 price tag, Transmit has even got some Windows users wishing for their own version.
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FireFTP (All Platforms with Firefox)
FireFTP is a Firefox extension that integrates a powerful FTP client directly into our favorite browser. FireFTP isn't the most feature-rich client of the bunch, but if all you need is a simple FTP client for the occasional upload or download, FireFTP is more than up for the job. Even better: You don't have to install a separate program for FTP, since it all runs from the warm and fuzzy comfort of the 'fox. If you're running Firefox Portable on your thumb drive, you can take FireFTP with you wherever you go.
FileZilla (All Platforms)
FileZilla is a free, open-source FTP client for Windows, Mac, and Linux. Due to its price tag (or lack thereof), cross-platform support, and ease of use, FileZilla is a go-to option for many users new to FTP. Users stick around because FileZilla is a fast, full-featured (it also has remote file editing), and reliable FTP client in constant development. There's even a portable version you can toss on your thumb drive to use FileZilla on the go. Finally, if you're a Windows user you can even use FileZilla to build your own home FTP server.
Cyberduck (Mac OS X)
Cyberduck is a free, open-source FTP client for Mac OS X with support for most of the usual suspects in transfer protocols in addition to WebDAV and Amazon S3. It also supports Quick Look, Growl, and remote editing with your text editor of choice. Mac users who aren't happy with FileZilla and don't want to shell out any cash for Transmit can flock to the duck for full-featured FTP and then some.
Now that you've seen the best, it's time to warm up your clicking finger and pick a favorite.
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Honorable mentions go out to SmartFTP, FlashFXP, CuteFTP, and WS_FTP. Got more to say about your FTP client of choice that you can't get across in a poll? Let's hear about it in the comments.