This free, GPL-licensed FTP browser is a lean, mean, file-managing machine. Cyberduck can communicate with standard FTP volumes as well as SFTP, WebDAV, Google Docs, Google Storage, and Amazon S3. The application easily manages bookmarks with an OS X-styled drawer, and it's easy to import your bookmarks from other file-transfer apps if you want to try Cyberduck out. We like the quick-connect drop-down, which allows you to pop into recently accessed or bookmarked servers in a snap. We generally found both upstream and downstream file transfers to be speedy.
While Cyberduck can be seen as limited in terms of functionality because of its entry-level nature, the program handles basic tasks with ease. Recent updates added numerous interface improvements, Amazon S3 refinements, and a handful of interoperability bug fixes. We recommend Cyberduck to anyone looking for a simple, solid FTP browser.
Cyberduck is an open source FTP, SFTP, WebDAV, Cloud Files and Amazon S3 browser for the Mac. It features an easy to use interface with quickly accessible bookmarks. The outline view of the browser allows to browse large folder structures efficiently and you can quickly preview files with Quick Look. To edit files, a seamless integration with several external editors makes it easy to change content quickly. Both Amazon CloudFront and Cloud Files from Rackspace can be easily configured to distribute your content in the cloud. Many OS X core system technologies such as Spotlight, Bonjour and the Keychain are supported and a large number of translations makes you feel at home.
What's new in this version:
- [Bugfix] Crash opening Info window (#4536)
- [Bugfix] Nested folder not visible (#4534) (Google Docs)
- [Bugfix] Upload into folder not possible (#4550) (Google Docs)
- [Bugfix] Downloading spreadsheets fails with permission error (#4538) (Google Docs)
- [Bugfix] Replacing documents on upload adding new revision (Google Docs)