Fetch
Fetch
5.8.1

4.5

Fetch free download for Mac
05 June 2020

FTP/SFTP client with Bonjour, Unicode support and more.

Overview

Fetch is a full-featured FTP, SFTP and FTPS (FTP with TLS/SSL) client with a simple and easy-to-use interface.

Fetch features include: one-click editing remote files with any application, automatic restart of failed or stalled transfers, Quick Look, WebView, droplet shortcuts, automatic support for Zip, Tar, Gzip, StuffIt and other common file formats, Bonjour support, Unicode file names, synchronizing folders using the Mirror command, automating repetitive tasks with Automator actions and AppleScript recording, a Dashboard widget for easy uploading and tracking the progress of your upload, and extensive online help.

What's new in Fetch

Version 5.8.1:
  • Restored the transfer window Find command
  • Restored the ability to adjust the font size of the transfer window (View > Bigger Font)
  • Fixed a crash saving, pasting or dragging shortcuts
  • Fixed a crash bringing up the Purchase window
  • Fixed a crash opening folders with .djvu files
  • Restored support for dragging to folder icons
  • Restored support for dragging to the status area below the file list
  • Fixed a problem dragging multiple items from Adobe Bridge
  • Fixed a problem where the purchasing window offered Fetch 5.7
  • Fixed a problem with the Info window displaying varying permissions for multiple items
  • Changed the Put window to display the options pane automatically
  • Changed the behavior of type-to-select in shortcut list windows to only match shortcut names
  • Made the reload and lock icons easier to see in Dark Mode
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82 Reviews of Fetch

5
persecutor
02 January 2020
Version: 5.8

Most helpful

This is how you do it. No charge for the 64bit version! Thanks for that. If you like the collection feature here, this one has to be in there. Outstanding work!
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Morlo
21 February 2020
Version: 5.8
Would buy it if it had segmented downloads.
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5
The-Fran
13 January 2020
Version: 5.8
Very happy to have my working "dog" back on the hunt at 64-bit. There's nothing like Fetch's intuitive interface, functionality, proper file encoding, and ease of use. I have depended on it—and all its upgrades—professionally, for two decades. I trialed two alternatives recently, before the 64-bit update—no comparison! I recommend Fetch.
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5
Hydester
13 January 2020
Version: 5.8
Great to have you back! In the absence of a 64bit version until now, I purchased Forklift, which is really good, but SO nice to have the faithful dog back, lovely simple interface, and at no extra charge as mentioned elsewhere. Happy, happy, happy!
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5
Lesoth0
06 January 2020
Version: 5.8
I went over to TRANSMIT 5.6 for a while, but it's got buggy as hell on Mojave, so back again to calm waters with the new, stable 64-bit v5.8 of FETCH. Ahhhhhh, bliss.
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5
persecutor
02 January 2020
Version: 5.8
This is how you do it. No charge for the 64bit version! Thanks for that. If you like the collection feature here, this one has to be in there. Outstanding work!
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5
persecutor
20 December 2016
Version: 5.7.6
Works for me every time. No fuss no hiccups on both up- and downloads.
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5
jessica@jessicawilliams-com
05 March 2015
Version: 5.7.5
The best FTP client for me. It hasn't changed much over the years, and that's just fine because it doesn't need changing. It's functional and well-designed, has a nice UI, and still has the little running dog! I've grown attached to that little dog. If that little dog goes, I'll consider Transmit. Until then, it's Fetch for me.
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5
Eyeless
28 February 2015
Version: 5.7.5
Don't remember if I have reviewed it before - one of the oldest and most trustworthy of apps for the Mac. I always preferred Fetch over the competition due to the simplicity: just drop the files in the relevant directory and no worry about synchronizing local and offsite directories ... !
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Elmewe
02 December 2014
Version: 5.7.4
Also ExpanDrive is some of the popular Apps I think that's great
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Oldmiller
23 October 2014
Version: 5.7.4
I had written in my review from 2010 that their pricing is just so fair and moderate. Now we are here with OS10.10. and they still don’t ask for an upgrade price, see their news: “Fetch 5.7.4 is a free update if you purchased your Fetch license after January 28, 2009; otherwise an upgrade is $10, and a new license is $29. ” Way back then we had OS10.5.! @Fetch Softworks, thank you for your support!
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4
Jim-Leff
04 April 2013
Version: 5.7.3
Just works. Which is tepid praise for most things, but you never ever want to question your FTP software's ability to get stuff done. I used Fetch in the 1990's when it was the only choice. It was solid. Then I strayed to flashier, more modern apps. I tried them all, and every one of them disappointed me or thwarted me in some respect. I came back to Fletch, and it's great relief to have a grown-up tool to handle FTP tasks (which are always important tasks). This one's grey and aging, and still feels like a 1995-era app. For example, when editing a file name, it's not smart enough to only select the name portion; it selects (and forces you to retype) the extension as well. And if you upload a file, it doesn't warn you if you're uploading over a pre-existing file of the same name. Hey, it assumes you know what you're doing. But you can also assume Fetch knows what it's doing.
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5
Tedg
07 March 2012
Version: 5.7.1
Its been well over a decade that my two stalwarts have been Fetch and Interarchy, with a 90%-10% split. Yes, I try the others, but it‘s the little things, the polish.
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5
Owad
03 March 2012
Version: 5.7.1
I've been using Fetch on and off for over a decade, and it's still my favorite FTP client.
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5
Lesoth0
28 February 2012
Version: 5.7.1
I still love it after all these years. Latest 5.71 works great on Leopard I thought though that it was Leopard-only nowadays, yet a fix says "fixed a Crash when launched in MacOSX 10.4?
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4.5
Philipwheelock
20 June 2011
Version: 5.6
The ability to directly mirror remote servers is huge and may be unique to Mac-based ftp clients. Although others have more features, Fetch is reliable and easy to use.
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5
PeteH6666
13 January 2011
Version: 5.6
Simple to use a good ftp client
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4.5
Romanie
06 January 2011
Version: 5.6
Easy to use and reliable
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5
Oldmiller
09 December 2010
Version: 5.6
I'm using Fetch for 10 years now almost daily and it has never let me down. On two occasions over the years I had questions and Jim Matthews was always there to help me the same day. I can see here and on the board at fetchsoftworks that their support is as great and active as it ever was. I paid a small upgrade price (I only remember it was small) 2005 for Fetch5 and 10 dollars last year for Fetch5.5. Their pricing is just so fair and moderate. If Fetch meets your needs and you are looking for a rock solid client with outstanding support give it a try. And thanks for the droplets, I love the droplets.
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r-owen
30 April 2010
Version: 5.6
Fetch 5.6's support for remote editing has improved (though I'm not sure relative to what version). When you edit a file whose type is unknown it will ask you to assign an editor and allow you to store the setting. Option-Edit will allow you to temporarily or permanently change the setting. This is a clean solution. (I would also appreciate a way to edit the whole list of mappings, but that does require a complex new window). Minor annoyances remain: * There is no way to assign double-click to mean Edit (unlike Yummy FTP). * Fetch still requires a nonsense password for sftp when using public key authentication. It should not ask for a password at all. This is admittedly a minor annoyance, but adding all those nonsense passwords to your keychain clutters it up with garbage. I am shocked at how long this misfeature has been allowed to persist. * Still no way to set server-specific properties (such as special settings). This is obscure and most users will not care. But for those who need the special settings, they're not going to want to apply them to all servers. Fetch was, and I assume still is, is an excellent sftp client. They all have quirks so you should try out several before you buy. I'm personally happier with Yummy FTP, but before that I was very happy with Fetch (until remote editing with different editors was first introduced, in a way that ruined my workflow; I'm very glad to se that is now fixed). I found it to be very solid and well supported. Well worth checking out.
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Aapple
30 April 2010
Version: 5.6
It is nice to get the discount, but the only way to get the discount for an upgrade is to send credit card info over an open unencrypted channel within the app. Isn't there a better way?
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5
Kobalt
29 April 2010
Version: 5.6
"Added automatic resume of stalled or failed downloads." This alone makes me want to download the update of this fine app. Been using it for years with no hassles ever. Highly recommended.
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Cainer
02 September 2009
Version: 5.5.2
Support developers by paying them for the work they do. Do you work for no pay?
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Akanico
31 August 2009
Version: 5.5.2
$10 to upgrade from the 5.3 to 5.5 ? What is the big improvement to motivate users ? Sorry guys, I'd rather give it to Cyberduck for not charging people with a great ftp software...
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Opeter
16 August 2009
Version: 5.5.1
Really nice application, using it since two years. I got it with the MacUpdate bundle in 2007, yesterday I buyed the 5.5 upgrade for 10 $. I DO HAVE A QUESTION: How can I CHMOD a whole folder, I mean, the files inside a folder? I know, I can choose a folder, press the "Get Info" and change the permissions in that window. But what, if I have a a folder, with many subfolder and many files inside? Is the only option to CHMOD all these, to open every folder manually and use the get info? This is very time consuming to make this will all subfolders and files. Is there any option, to make this somehow faster?
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5
Exorzist
16 July 2009
Version: 5.5.1
A trustworthy application, well done. Very stable. I use it since two years or more. 29$ is a good price for this kind of backbone-quality. It does the job in the most professional way. Thats why I bought it. I also remember we used Fetch in the office over 10 years ago. Recommended.
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5
Lesoth0
11 July 2009
Version: 5.5.1
Following on from my 3-star hatred rating of 5.5.0 below, I'm awarding this update 5-stars again. All the problems with the initial release have now been fixed (I've been given their Beta for the past few weeks before this full release) and I'm a happy camper again. Big thanks to Scott and his colleagues for all their help over the past month. You deserve it. A++
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Orion-Mk-V
10 July 2009
Version: 5.5.1
Fetch WAS great, but in this modern day and age it's just not worth the money IMHO. I keep trying Fetch, but I find myself returning to Transmit (shareware) or Cyberduck (free).
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3
Lesoth0
09 June 2009
Version: 5.5
I've been using Fetch for over 12 years, and I'm dismayed by how unstable v5.5 is. Any existing (pre 5.5) Fetch shortcuts crash the software on opening. I've had to go back and start again and create new shortcuts for all my managed websites (a big job).
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r-owen
02 June 2009
Version: 5.5
This is a very nice sftp client and was my first choice for many years. I found it to be robust and with excellent technical support. However, I switched to Yummy FTP several years ago due to two issues, which are still present in Fetch 5.5: * I only remotely edit text documents. Unfortunately I can't tell Fetch that. As a result whenever I try to edit a document of unknown type it asks me whether I want to use a text editor, graphic editor or other app. This drives me nuts. * Fetch requires a dummy password when used with ssh agent. Admittedly only a minor annoyance (you can save the dummy password in the keychain to avoid being asked for it every time) but I dislike cluttering up my keychain with nonsense. * Fetch offers many useful settings for tuning behavior with different hosts. Unfortunately these settings are global; you cannot set them differently for different hosts, which renders them nearly useless. Fortunately you probably won't need the settings anyway since most modern hosts work fine with the defaults. Note that I submitted change requests to Fetch tech support. They were quite polite, but clearly were not convinced that these issues are worth fixing. I encourage you to give Fetch a try (especially if the issues above do not bother you) but also give Yummy FTP a look.
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5
papericons
02 June 2009
Version: 5.5
I maintain four websites (one with over 7G of info) and have been using Fetch since 2002 and consider it an indispensable tool. The following three updates are worth the price of the upgrade (for me at least): * Edit any sort of remote file using any application and the changes will be automatically saved back to the server * Use Quick Look to preview remote files without leaving Fetch * Improved compatibility and reliability, including automatic resume of uploads that stop or stall in the middle -- Fetch will keep going when others quit It's certainly worth every penny. A big thank you goes out to the developer!
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Shock-J
02 June 2009
Version: 5.5
OK... Moving from version 5.3.1 to 5.5 requires an upgrade fee. Let's see what we get... • Improved Edit command - you can now edit any kind of file using any application and the changes will automatically be saved back to the server • Added automatic resume of stalled or failed uploads • Added Quick Look support for previewing files on servers (Mac OS X 10.5 and later only) • Added support for gestures on laptop trackpads: in the transfer window, swipe left to go back to previously viewed folder, swipe up to go to the parent folder, and swipe down to open the selected folder • Made Get Info quicker by not calculating folder sizes until you ask for them And that's it! $10 isn't a lot but I don't appreciate being nickel-and-dimed for these measly updates that don't add any "real" new or useful features. Gestures on trackpads?! Gimme a break. This is a FTP client not a word processor. That's total a bloatware feature in order to try and justify charging an upgrade fee. And their "fix" for "Get Info"... how long did that take to recode, 10 minutes? This should be version 5.3.2 And it should be FREE.
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5
Shotgunweddings
31 March 2009
Version: 5.3.1
No complaints at all, I tried the other FTP clients but none come close to Fetch. Simple to use and very fast support staff. Kudo's for that. Some of the other FTP programs didn't even have the decency to reply after I asked for support in an email or on heir support forum after purchase. Well worth my money for this program! Thanks for the great job Fetchworks!
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5
Sampler
31 March 2009
Version: 5.3.1
I've been using Fetch for years, most recently to do statistical analyses on a remote Unix machine. I issue commands via -telnet- in terminal, but I do everything else in Fetch--view results, including graphs, edit (BBEit). I often have a number of windows open in Fetch. I especially appreciate the ability to have several remote directories open at one time, so that I can duplicate files and copy between them. I tried several competitors-Transmit, Yummy, Cyberduck, but for multiple-window, multiple-directory operations Fetch was fastest and the most reliable. Tip: I manage projects in NoteTaker. In addition to linking local project folders into NT, I also add to th Fetch shortcuts to the remote project folders. I've never had any need to contact support. Occasionally I look at the Fetch discussion boards. Many of the questions come from novices who are trying to set up web sites. The support staff are unusually responsive and helpful, even though many issues have nothing to do with Fetch.
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5
Kobalt
31 March 2009
Version: 5.3.1
I've used Fetch for what seems like a lifetime, now and *never* have any issues with it. I didn't really need an update, but what the heck, I'll install it anyway. Six stars!
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Siddhartha
30 March 2009
Version: 5.3.1
FETCH is the best-I have never had any issues with this software. It simply works. For whatever reason, I have had timeout problems with some of the competitors to this program, but NEVER with Fetch. As the previous poster mentioned-this program is stable, simple to use, and almost idiot-proof
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5
janiewc
06 March 2008
Version: 5.3
I had been using Fetch since, geez, OS 7. After developing sites for years using GoLive I didn't need a stand alone FTP app. After going to an already set up SQL, I needed FTP only and there was my good old Fetch, working just as great as before. I love drag and drop. I love the simple, powerful interface and still the cute puppy! Thanks for being there for me again!
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Kukkis
03 December 2007
Version: 5.3
Fetch is missing the WebDav that can be found on Transmit and on ForkLift.
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Achim2
10 July 2007
Version: 5.2.1
Just got it with the MU bundle - and it gets stuck at the file listing of any ftp site imported from Interarchy (which doesn't have any problems connecting to those servers). I went to the FAQ, tried to switch off the Mac's firewall etc. - all to no avail. Back to Interarchy for now ...
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5
dwp-1
14 January 2007
Version: 5.2
I have been using Transmit for a few years now but upon trying the new web view feature of Fetch have switched to using Fetch for my FTP. Fetch makes it so easy to edit my website with the click of 1 button, it is great. There is a great feature that you can use to put files up for other people, such as coworkers or customers, to download, this works wonderfully for files that are to big for email. Give it a try you won't be disappointed.
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5
Lesoth0
03 October 2006
Version: 5.1.1
I've been using Fetch since version 3 on OS8. Couldn't live without it for FTP; does what it says on the tin with minimum of fuss; and it's fast on every Mac I've tried it on over the years from an old G3/PowerMac7600 to a new MacPro with the new Intel UB builds. Wonderful.
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4.25
Pumilamac
09 February 2006
Version: 5.1b2
Fetch is really great and what I use weekly for my FTP needs. I used to use Fetch when it was free many years ago but switched to Transmit because of it's friendly GUI. I came back to Fetch in version 5 because it is easier to use than before and compared to Transmit it is more stable, cheaper, has less bugs, and their customer support was great when I had questions (although I still like Transmit's GUI better).
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4
Applecrypt-Mods
03 January 2006
Version: 5.0.5
i've always thought that this was the best gui ftp app ever, ever since the days of os 7+ But it's just too expensive imho, esp now as i use ftp via the command line terminal. Though i have humble needs these days for ftp.. others with great needs will love fetch!
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4.5
Anonymous
26 October 2005
Version: 5.0.4
I used Fetch back in the BAD old OS 9 days...I have used Transmit for all my OS X needs until today when I tried to FTP to my workplace and Transmit would stubbornly deny a dir listing. I tried Cyberduck, no luck. I then tried Fetch and voila, I am downloading as I am typing this. Forgot about this little gem for a while, will definitely try it out but so far I cant help but give it 5 stars for saving my a$$.
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5
Anonymous
28 May 2005
Version: 5.0
I am a student and still bought this program because good programmers for our mac os x is needed. Thanks
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4.75
Anonymous
25 May 2005
Version: 5.0
Works great, has SFTP, and is **Free for students.** Wow. Thank you!
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Anonymous
24 May 2005
Version: 5.0
As someone already answered: "With all those two pane apps, you drag the divider between the panes all the way to the left and then you have the single view, just like Fetch" At least you have the choice. And a feature like syncing the view between a local and a remote folder is really useful and can be achieve only with a two pane view. Basically you base you review on a non-feature. Transmit.
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4.75
Anonymous
24 May 2005
Version: 5.0
I'm glad to have this long-time favorite finally working correctly on Mac OS X. I've tried many other FTP apps in the interim, and didn't like them. I find the two-pane interface style cumbersome, Fetch's drag&drop is much easier and faster to work with. Fetch 4 was missing SFTP so I couldn't use it. Also the UI badly needed an update. Now with version 5 all is well. "It just works". Thank you!
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5
Anonymous
24 May 2005
Version: 5.0
I have to say that Fetch is my favorite FTP program. I don't like the two-window FTP programs that are all the rage. Give me drag-n-drop anyday over multiple panes. Maybe I'm just so used to Fetch and I'm too old to learn any new tricks (no dog jokes, please). I'm just glad I can keep using Fetch and getting work done the way that works best for me.
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Anonymous
24 May 2005
Version: 5.0
I don't understand why they took so long to bring a real OS X version. I mean, it's 10.4 here, hello? I'm glad to see Fetch is still living, but for me this poor puppy has been hit by the Transmit's truck a long time ago and 5.0 features won't bring him back. Transmit's UI is much better and easier and it has a lot of features missing in Fetch. e.g: One window interface, Tabs, Link local and remote, hide/show invisibles, double clic to edit, etc. Sorry.
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4.75
Anonymous
24 May 2005
Version: 5.0
Wow, Fetch 5 is a huge improvement. Many people might not be aware that free licenses are available for educational/charitable use: http://www.fetchsoftworks.com/Licensing/edustore.application.html
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Anonymous
24 May 2005
Version: 5.0
I can't believe it! Fetch is back ! With a new version ! Although I haven't used Fetch for a while it's really great to this legendary Mac FTP client back and fighting.
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5
Anonymous
19 April 2005
Version: 4.0.3
no problems here! works well. might want to make sure passive ftp mode is enabled if thats how your network is set up. otherwise it can hang while trying to connect....
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Anonymous
22 October 2004
Version: 4.0.3
Unfortunately Fetch has had it's day a long time ago. Still useful on older Macs but horrible on OS X where it will lock up your Mac with a spinning beach ball while a file transfer is going on (unlike any other ftp client in OS X) Fetch's mind boggling shortcomings like it's total inability to display files that begin with a period (unsetting ignore . files has no efffect in it's prefs) expose it's problems. Again don't want to be too horrible. Fetch was the mainstay FTP application of pre-OS X systems but it has had it's day.
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4.25
Stschultze
28 May 2004
Version: 4.0.3
I tried so much but came back each time to fetch 3.03 - I guess today its just reduced to the max - thanx a lot to the programmers!
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2.25
Anonymous
21 April 2004
Version: 4.0.3
As a registered user of Fetch for many years, I'm sad to report I've found a superior product in Transmit. I didn't realize a simple FTP program could be missing features, but you won't realize it until you try newer programs like Transmit. Transmit has side-by-side windows to drag and drop files back and forth, it updates live with a time tag, and it has a killer synchronize feature which works perfectly. While Fetch is still a commendable program that works pretty well, it's apparent this old dog is not learning any new tricks.
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Chandra Gunawan
21 February 2004
Version: 4.0.3
I have a problem to make a connecting between my mac and my pc, so now after I using fetch it's like plug and play
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3.75
Joel Nelson
09 February 2004
Version: 4.0.3
Fetch remains very reliable for FTP tasks, although it is starting to fall behind other programs in UI and features. I've been using Fetch since I got OS 8.6 and a few years ago it seemed great, but now on 10.3 I'm finding that other programs like RBrowser look better and have more of the features I want.
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4.5
Anonymous
15 May 2003
Version: 4.0.3
I love my old dog, he never tries new tricks in the middle of an upload!!!
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Anonymous
19 January 2003
Version: 4.0.3
BTW Interarchy/Anarchie sucks! Fetch is far better!
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4.75
Anonymous
15 January 2003
Version: 4.0.3
This one rules :-) You can edit files on the server, not only with the BEDit (duh!) but also with the much more nifty (and iso-compliant) PageSpinner.
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2.75
Anonymous
07 January 2003
Version: 4.0.3
I used Fetch for years and it was pretty good as a free program. It might even be good for $10. However since I never thought it was THAT good and i move to OSX and it wasn't free any more I switched to Interarchy. Compared to Interarchy Fetch is a dog. It's way slower...way slower! To slow. and it drops the connection too often. I know Interarchie cost 45$. Well I'm here to tell you it's worth every penny especially if you ftp all the time. Fetch is a pretty medicre program.
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4.5
Anonymous
11 December 2002
Version: 4.0.3
Fast, simple interface, Rock stable, low overhead. Works GREAT as a background task. But the graphics are NOT fancy and multiple downloads from the same server are handled serially - not as mulitple parallel tasks
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Anonymous
08 August 2002
Version: 4.0.2
Since I slammed the program with a negative review it has since been fixed. Works flawless now! For all you people who complain about it not being free... Get over it. It's only $25 and it's superior to all other Mac OSX FTP programs. It would be nice to have a free scaled down version for light users (like stuffit does) but the full version is so powerful, it's well worth shelling out some cash for.
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3.5
IrnBru001
30 April 2002
Version: 4.0.2
It should be freeware again... It's really no different then the freeware version, so why would I pay for the "upgrade"???? The only difference is the GUI, and thats not really important.
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Jim-Matthews
19 April 2002
Version: 4.0.1
Fetch 4.0.2b1 fixes the drag and drop problem on 10.1.3 (and later), and is available for testing from http://getfetch4.com/Fetch_4.0.2b1.sit The official release of 4.0.2 will be available this month. Jim Matthews Fetch Softworks
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Lawrance
18 April 2002
Version: 4.0.1
Version 4.0.1 and OS 10.1.3 do not get along too well. As soon as you upgrade, you loose the drag-n-drop features Fetch is famous for. The fix is to open the final folder you want to drag files into, and then drag the files on the outside border area of the box. This slows down production becaue you can't stay in the root directory and drop files in various locations from the root. I've also noticed several new "connection errors" since updating to OS 10.1.3. This version has not been updated in several months, and the site says an updated fix is due out "in the next month." Of course, it has made this claim for some time now and no date was added to show when the month ends. As a paid registered user of this once fine program, I am mad as hell about the slow response in the fix.
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karen garrett
20 March 2002
Version: 4.0.1
i love it. I downloaded it today for my office computer and paid the $25.00 license fee. How do I get a serial number for my new fetch? I have another number for my home computer.
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IrnBru001
27 October 2001
Version: 4.0.1
Great and easy to use. Much better when it was free. Go find the older version. There isn't much difference except for the interface.
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3.5
Anonymous
19 August 2001
Version: 4.0
not alf bad
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D Dalton
21 July 2001
Version: 4.0
I have used Fetch for my company web site (training prog.) and have found it to be very easy to use. Thank you
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4.25
Anonymous
28 June 2001
Version: 4.0
It is very easy to use for a non computer wiz. thanks fetch.. good dog
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4.25
Anonymous
03 June 2001
Version: 4.0
This has always been my favorite FTP program Great Features 5 Easy to use 5 value is 5 but you have to pay for it now so I give it a 2 and I will tell you if you want this app then get 3.0.3 because its free and does the same thing Stability is 5
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2.5
Anonymous
30 May 2001
Version: 4.0
Good FTP for Mac
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4.25
Arachno
30 May 2001
Version: 4.0
Much faster than Fetch 3.0 (installed with MacOS 8.6), easy-to-use, interface also graphically enhanced compared to earlier versions.
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Hondo77
22 May 2001
Version: 4.0
It's slower than the old fetch. Under OS X it still stops uploads if you hold down the mouse button. It crashed while I wasn't doing anything. I uploaded a bunch of files and it chose a really interesting order to upload them. I couldn't tell where in the list it was and had a suspicion that it was doing duplicate uploads. You spent all that time making a new fetch and it's still a pain in the ass to edit the default shortcuts list.
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1
Tom Kessler
17 May 2001
Version: 4.0
I have used ver 3 for a long time and today I bought a new copy of it that is suppose to have a free update to 4.0. However, 4.0 will not install on my G4 dual processor 500Mhz with dual monitors and 512MB RAM What gives? Is there a problem with 4.0 and this configuration, is there a patch .......
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2.75
Marvin
08 May 2001
Version: 4.0
I have 3 Macs running under OS X. A desktop G4, a G4 cube, and a Titanium. Fetch 4 does not work on the Titanium. It appears to be Airport related. It works if I connect directly to a hub via Ethernet, however if I use the Airport, I'm not able to get a directly listing form any FTP server. Little dog just keeps running.
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5
Harold Lyon
05 May 2001
Version: 4.0
Harold Lyon I have been useing this software for a number of years to maintain my web site www.maingallery.com and other web sites. I have Fetch 3.0.3. I was trying to upload some files to my web site and now it tells me there are too many files. Perhaps I should upgrade to the latesat version of fetch Harold L. Lyon
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3
Anonymous
05 May 2001
Version: 4.0
What happen to being a FREE ftp client program for the mac like your previous version. Transmit 1.6 is better and faster too!!! Trust me, you'll thank me later! :)
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4.75
Anonymous
22 April 2001
Version: 4.0b8
Simple, easy to use, a brilliant wee programme for people like me who are not very technically minded. I use it regularly for servicing webpages.
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4.25
Anonymous
19 April 2001
Version: 4.0b7
very easy to use
(0)
3.75
Anonymous
27 March 2001
Version: 4.0b7
I feel that Fetch is the ideal FTP for Macs and I am so glad that I have found an upgraded version for my new imac.
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4.5

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • macOS 10.13.0 or later
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