OneButton FTP Review
OneButton FTP is a free FTP client software for Mac OS X, developed by Aaron Jacobs with help from community. The program has simple and straightforward graphical interface. OneButton has emphasis on simplicity, drag and drop usability, and file queuing. You can use it to transfer files to and from remote servers, such as the ones hosting your website, simply by dragging files to and from your computer.
You will need a Mac running OS X 10.4 or later. The program contains localizations for English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish, and Swedish. It supports both unencrypted FTP and FTP over SSL transfers.
Unfortunately, the author of OneButton FTP has begun a full-time job and no longer has time to actively maintain it. The application can still be downloaded and should work fine, but it isn’t supported at this time.
Macfusion is an open source and free FTP client for Mac developed by Michael Gorbach. It brings servers from across the internet directly to your Mac computer. Your files and documents appear as a “Volume” in Finder, and you can work with them using your favorite Mac applications, such as Word, Photoshop, TextMate or Dreamweaver. Macfusion can connect to the following types of servers Secure Shell (SSH) and File Transfer Protocol (FTP). The program is simple and easy to use.
- FTP and SSH connection
- Favorite list for quickly connect
- Supports public/private key authentication for SSH
- Mount your saved servers from menu item
- System Requirement
- Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard
- Google’s MacFUSE
MacFUSE allows you to extend Mac OS X’s native file handling capabilities via 3rd-party file systems. It is used as a software building block by dozens of products.
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