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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.

What's New

Version 4.4.6:
  • Improved reliability of Transmit Disk
  • Passwords from ad-hoc connections are no longer stored in Keychain
  • Added support for the x-amz-acl S3 header
  • Fixed a bug that would cause the Get Info window to hang

Requirements

OS X 10.6.8 or later

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Needs auto-refresh feature of remote folders, badly. Even free (S)FTP clients can do this, with Transmit, I am slowly destroying CMD+R on my keyboard. Other than that, feature-rich application, worth the money.

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Version 4.3.3
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--marc Member IconReview+35
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Transmit provides a secure/HTTPS WebDav connect to my web hosting on Mavericks.

At the time of this review, CyberDuck & OS X are not successfully connecting to these web servers with a secure/HTTPS WebDav connection on Mavericks. Forklift did not work for me on pre-Mavericks ... so, I've not kept Forklift on my system. YummyFTP does not support WebDav protocol.

I do think that CyberDuck, ForkLift, Transmit & YummyFTP are worth considering, if they work for your situation.

For my situation, Transmit works where others currently do not, and Transmit is a pleasant, productive application to use.

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Version 4.4.6
Nova-Bossa-Nova Member IconReview+33
Nova-Bossa-Nova
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Elegant and reliable!

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Version 4.4.6
Shooters Member IconReview+68
Shooters
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Some time ago I was using both demos of Forklift and Transmit. The GUI are similar and both do work fine. Although Forklift is mostly faster in transferring files to our server and never crashed. Had a couple of lockups with Transmit during file transfers.

In the end I choose Forklift because the GUI is more uptodate (uses newer and useful OSX APIs as popovers/popups) and is a bit cheaper.

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Version 4.4.6
Programhappy Member IconReview+160
Programhappy
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Transmit 4.4.x has been crashing out-of-the-blue ever since Mavericks was released. I have submitted very specific crash reports to Panic many, many times. Panic has not responded to my emails, either. They clearly have no desire to fix the problem or acknowledge that they can't. Very unprofessional.

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Version 4.4.5
RavenNevermore
+1

I have not had a single crash since updating to Mavericks, or actually ever with Transmit 4.4.x.

Maybe your preference file is corrupt?

unGraphic Member IconComment+25
unGraphic
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Transmit is blazing fast. Opens really quick and is easy on memory and resources, unlike other FTP clients (Cyberduck, its so incredibly slow).

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Version 4.4.5
Donmontalvo Member IconReview+1283
Donmontalvo
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iCloud sync is only available if you purchase through Apple App Store.

That sucks for those of us who bought directly through Panic, Inc. :(

Don

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Version 4.4.3
RavenNevermore
+0

That does suck. But at least they included Dropbox synch.

I also bought mine directly from Panic.

TJLuoma
+7

Just FYI: if you are annoyed by this, be sure to place the blame in the correct place -- Apple. They are the ones who restrict iCloud to apps sold in the Mac App Store, as a 'carrot' to get developers to sell their apps through the Mac App Store.

OTOH, you get updates much faster than we Mac App Store customers, who routinely need to wait at least a week for every single bug-fix version.

I wish I had bought Transmit direct, and now I buy direct whenever possible.

Simonm
+3

I too will always buy directly from the developer when possible. I want to own my software outright and not be dependent upon Apple's DRM servers, where you're really only renting software so long as they let you.

Further, for software I buy I want to support the developer as much as possible which means buying directly without Apple taking its 30% cut as the middle-man. This software is priced extraordinarily well for its quality and Panic deserves every dollar they get.

Donmontalvo
+1

I tend to follow Apple's lead, in this case Apple App Store is integral to the way software is distributed. I bought both direct from Panic, and then through the Apple App Store (once I discovered iCloud sync is only available through that version). I'm working with the developer to get refunded for the directly purchased copy, since I'll be fine with the Apple App Store copy. Today was the perfect example, an update was released, I clicked the [Install] button...done.

Xplicit
+2

I'm happy I bought directly from Panic. I do that with all my apps if possible. I don't like the AppStore very much.

Just-Annutha-Dewd
+0

Actually... Apple does not restrict iCloud syncing to apps sold on the Mac App Store. 1Password, for example, offers iCloud syncing even via the version purchased directly from AgileBits, although they do warn that Apple may at any time decide to disallow that.

Old_guy Member IconReview+228
Old_guy
+1

Nice FTP client very similar to Forklift. Tried both and imo Forklift is just a bit better. It cheaper too.

So try both and see which fits for you.

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Version 4.4.3
Joypebble Member IconReview+13
Joypebble
+2

World-class support. Stayed with me for a week's worth of problem-solving and NEVER gave up. I'm so impressed and feel very cared-for.

Great customer service is alive and kicking in this company.

---JP

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Version 4.4.3
Jpczd Member IconReview+1
Jpczd
+0

!!! 64 bit only. If you are 32 bit don't let it update... stupid!

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Version 4.4.3
Maclover1.1 Member IconComment+740
Maclover1.1
+1

Why is FullScreen not working in Transmit ?

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Version 4.4.1
RavenNevermore
+0

It doesn't have full screen mode. I don't remember it ever having full screen mode.

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Version 4.4.6
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Version 4.4.6
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Version 4.4.6
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Version 4.4.6
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Version 4.4.5
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Version 4.4.5
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Version 4.4.5
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Version 4.4.4
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Version 4.4.3
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Downloads 507,539
Version Downloads 4,894
Type Internet / FTP
License Demo
Date 10 Feb 2014
Platform Intel 64 / OS X / Intel 32
Price $34.00
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