Yummy FTP
Yummy FTP 1.9.2
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FTP/SFTP/FTPS client for speedy, trouble-free file transfers.   Shareware ($28.00)
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Yummy FTP was designed to deliver speedy and trouble-free file transfers, using a highly tuned multi-connection file transfer engine coupled with an intelligent recovery system to automatically handle most file transfer issues - so you don't have to! This is complimented by an elegant, easy to use dual pane user interface and an impressive feature set, with many unique and useful capabilities waiting to be discovered.
What's New
Version 1.9.2:

New Features and Enhancements

  • Filtering can be applied by item size
  • Support for App Nap feature in OS X 10.9
  • Improved compatibility with servers that do not support recursive listings
  • Improved refresh listings when multiple folders are disclosed
  • Speed limit setting now available from the Queue drawer
  • Added option to control edited file caches
  • Added Polish localization
  • Added support for iTerm in "Open In Terminal" feature
Bug Fixes
  • Fixed an issue with SOCKS5 and empty login credentials
  • Fixed an issue with bandwidth limiting and SFTP
  • Fixed missed documents when remote editing many documents in one go
  • Remote editing now compatible with all versions of Smultron
  • Fixed an issue importing FileZilla sites
  • Fixed issues with missing icons in OS X 10.9
  • Fixed issues with slow display of QuickLook icons in OS X 10.9
  • Mirror syncs no longer fail in the root server folder
  • Renaming a Bookmark did not re-sort the listing
  • Fixed laggy window resizing in OS X 10.9
  • Esc key now dismisses the QuickLook preview window, rather than being ignored
  • Fixed an issue with the 'lock' icon window adornment display in full screen mode
  • Fixed an issue importing CyberDuck Bookmarks
  • Fixed 'Replace skips identical files' option issues
  • Fixed an issue with Preview in OS X 10.9 as a remote editor
  • Fixed some issues with local duplicate function

Version 1.9.2:

New Features and Enhancements

  • Filtering can be applied by item size
  • Support for App Nap feature in OS X 10.9
  • Improved compatibility with servers that do not support recursive listings
  • Improved refresh listings when multiple folders are disclosed
  • Speed limit setting now available from the Queue more...
Requirements
Intel/PPC, OS X 10.4 or later



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Yummy FTP User Discussion (Write a Review)
ver. 1.x:
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Your rating: Now say why...
Overall:
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+5

Nova-Bossa reviewed on 11 Feb 2014
I have tried many FTP applications, but Yummy FTP is definitely the best one!
[Version 1.9.2]


burypromote
+1

+235

Maclover1.1 reviewed on 11 Sep 2013
Though not perfect, receiving the new Transmit update today, I realised once more why I switched to Yummy just a year ago.. may not be quite as eye-candy, but IMO it is the best of the class on Mac.
[Version 1.9.1]


burypromote
+1

+198
Zo219 commented on 26 Jun 2013
Only took me about two years to realize, hey!
No spring-loaded folders!

Boy that makes moving files on the server a big pain.

Dev says he's going to get to it.
[Version 1.9.1]

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burypromote
+1

+29
A380 replied on 01 Jul 2013
Hardly urgent if you need it once in 2 years. Besides which you can view the whole hierarchy via outline view and disclosure triangles : that's what I use. Personally, I find spring-loaded a bit hit and miss and therefore a PITA. YMMV of course, but if the dev does add it, I hope it can be disabled.
burypromote

+198
Zo219 replied on 25 Aug 2013
How long it took me to realize is a result of cognitive problems of my own, dude. Dropping a file to the correct location, well, how long has it been that we've not been dependent on those tiny disclosure triangles in OS X? Which is *two* actions instead of one. Of course, I do use drag and drop all the time, and hear that some do not.
burypromote

+235
Maclover1.1 replied on 11 Sep 2013
@A380: Grump lol
burypromote
+1

+71
Wickedsp1d3r commented on 06 Apr 2013
Please, add these features to the QuickEdit window:
- Search text
- Line numbers
[Version 1.9.1]


burypromote
+5

+45

Philipwheelock reviewed on 15 Oct 2012
Complete feature set, customizable, fast transfers, great support, one-click mirrors, and stable. Power user ftp client.
[Version 1.9.0]

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burypromote

+12
Steelie replied on 07 Aug 2013
I meant “…*is* the first option you’re presented.”
burypromote
+1

+12
Steelie replied on 07 Aug 2013
Sorry… replied to wrong comment.

*hangs head in embarrassment*
burypromote
+6

+374
Drdul commented on 25 Sep 2012
My new favourite FTP client. It's fast and easy to use. I got fed up with Cyberduck's inability to delete orphaned files on the server, and picked up YummyFTP on sale for $2 (it's normally $10 through the Mac App Store, if that works for you). YummyFTP's full synchronization capabilities made my day!
[Version 1.9.0]

3 Replies

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+4
gatovadio replied on 04 Dec 2012
About the orphaned files issue, I noticed Transmit also has the same flaw. Only YummyFTP and ForkLift do it right. ForkLift has a better GUI but YummyFTP is the fastest of the bunch and also the only who allows to create a folder where your right-click instead of always creating it at the root (List View).
burypromote

+12
Steelie replied on 07 Aug 2013
When you choose the “Synchronize…” method in Transmit, “Delete orphaned destination files” in the first option you’re presented.

Works perfectly fine.
burypromote

+12
Steelie replied on 07 Aug 2013
I meant “…*is* the first option you’re presented.”
burypromote
+3

+198

Ronl reviewed on 25 Sep 2012
Great app with __superb__ tech support!

Extremely easy to set up and lightning fast.

Even though I regularly use Dreamweaver I downloaded this as a backup... and I'm very glad I did.

I've already found a feature that Dreamweaver needs (and GoLive used to have)... that is... double-clicking on folders in the site window will open the folder only. This is very helpful, as anyone that has used an FTP client knows.

If you're already using DW I suggest getting this... and if you don't already have DW I definitely recommend this app.
[Version 1.9.0]


burypromote
+1

+22

Tsehov reviewed on 16 May 2012
Excellent piece of software. Only problem I've had with this great app is the difficulty of drag 'n' drop when using dual pane view. When I select for example a couple of files in left pane (local directory) and try to 'move' my selection to the right pane, it often selects more or less files depending the vertical movements of the cursor.
[Version 1.9.0]

2 Replies

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Yummy Software (developer) replied on 16 May 2012
Thank you for the review and your kind words :)

However, I've never ever heard of this d&d problem before and have no similar reports, so I'm perplexed... please contact me via email and we can discuss it properly. I'd like to see a screen capture of what you're seeing.
burypromote

+22
Tsehov replied on 16 May 2012
Thank You for your concern, I was almost definite that the problem description of mine is not too clear. I am very sorry I cannot explain it more exact way.

Happily enough it seems that You really care about your product.
burypromote
+8

+18

Rwe0107 reviewed on 29 Feb 2012
I've never needed an FTP client until recently. Didn't know how to use one. Did a little research on MacUpdate and chose Yummy FTP. Pure joy! It was set up and running in minutes with just a few quick glances of the user guide. I use Yummy FTP primarily to forward security camera monitoring event jpegs to secure online storage in case someone breaks into the house and swipes my system (and video logs). The FTP Watcher function immediately forwards changes in my iCam Events folder to online storage securely via FTPES flawlessly. One word to the author, "Fantastic"! Easy to use awesome software. Thanks!
[Version 1.8.8]

3 Replies

burypromote

+18
Rwe0107 replied on 29 Feb 2012
I should have said that that the online server responses to the Yummy FTP (FTPS SSL/TLS) option instantly for secure connections for my particular provider.
burypromote
+4

+18
Rwe0107 replied on 01 Mar 2012
And yes, I bought the $28 version. The Developer surely deserves it! No, I'm not the Developer!
burypromote
+1

+47
Teksestro replied on 21 Mar 2012
Currently listed at the AppleStore for about $10 - great value.
burypromote

+855
Negritude commented on 24 Feb 2012
Got the MAS version today for only $0.99 via the ZeroNinetyNine sale:

http://www.zeroninetynine.com
[Version 1.8.8]


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+8

Pixada rated on 03 Feb 2014

[Version 1.9.2]



+26

Runtime rated on 07 Jan 2014

[Version 1.9.2]



+2

krautsourced rated on 18 Oct 2013

[Version 1.9.1]



+18

Soothe rated on 05 Jun 2013

[Version 1.9.1]



christopher Slevin rated on 23 Nov 2012

[Version 1.9.1]



Judyg rated on 20 Nov 2012

[Version 1.9.1]



-1

Wio76 rated on 19 Nov 2012

[Version 1.9.1]



+38

UntilGravity rated on 16 Jun 2012

[Version 1.9.0]



-1

miamialbert rated on 19 Apr 2012

[Version 1.8.9]



+36

Jeepee rated on 03 Apr 2012

[Version 1.8.9]


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Version Downloads:1,887
Type:Internet : FTP
License:Shareware
Date:07 Jan 2014
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $28.00
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Yummy FTP was designed to deliver speedy and trouble-free file transfers, using a highly tuned multi-connection file transfer engine coupled with an intelligent recovery system to automatically handle most file transfer issues - so you don't have to! This is complimented by an elegant, easy to use dual pane user interface and an impressive feature set, with many unique and useful capabilities waiting to be discovered.


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