Developer: Panic, Inc.
Current Version: 4.4.13
Last Updated: 5 months ago
Download Size: 30.4 MB - Download
Transmit 4 is the ultimate FTP + SFTP + WebDAV + Amazon S3 file transfer client on the Mac.
You need to transfer files. Maybe to an FTP or SFTP server, or the cloud via Amazon S3, or using WebDAV. You maintain a website, do backups, or upload photos. You need Transmit, the #1 Mac OS X FTP client.
- Protocol power: FTP (Normal, Implicit SSL, and TLS/SSL), SFTP, Amazon S3, and WebDAV (HTTP and HTTPS)
- Flexible Favorites for fast server access
- Handy two-pane view
- Fast multiple-connection transfers
- Easy transfer manager
- Quick Look, CoverFlow, Image Thumbnail view
- Places for one-click folder access
- FXP Support
- Bandwidth Limiting
- So much more!
Scary, wicked fast compared to Transmit 3 — up to 25 times.
4x faster: listing 30,000 remote files.
18x faster: downloading 30,000 small files.
2.25x faster: deleting 30,000 small files.
25x faster: uploading 15,000 small files.
AND ONE MORE THING: TRANSMIT DISK.
With the brand-new Transmit Disk feature, you can now mount any of your favorites in the Finder itself — even if Transmit's not running. These volumes are real: drag files to your SFTP server, save a small graphic to your Amazon S3 bucket directly from Photoshop, or roll your own iDisk-like backup volume. It's all possible in T4.
THIS IS THE BEST FILE TRANSFER CLIENT YOU'LL EVER BUY. Really!
• Improved behavior when adding new custom Amazon S3 Upload Headers
• Removed support for syncing favorites via Dropbox due to API deprecation
Most Helpful Reviews
Fantastic app! - Very stable, very powerful, and just generally does everything I need it to. They also have amazing support, which can be seen with this update, where they fixed compatibility with Mountain Lion just a day or two after the issue popped up, even though they had no need to for months. Fantastic app I'd recommend to anyone that uses FTP, SFTP, and just about anything else.
Seriously, 30 dollars for this? - The most unreliable FTP client I’ve ever used. Slow. Filezilla looks like a cheetah compared to this thing. UI looks nice, but what does it matter if the app doesnt work? This is third time I’ve lost data with a disk mounted because it failed to save, then decided that the file it failed to save should get uploaded, resulting in a zero kb file. Oh, gee, thanks. Is there no internal error checking? I get ‘credentials invalid’ all that time, but then magically on the 3rd try to connect to a server it will work. Never had this issue with any other client. Hasn’t been updated in forever, just like Coda. Don’t buy from Panic. They don’t update their software, and don’t provide solid tools. As a developer, my tools are the last thing I want to be fighting with. I spend more time trying to get Panic’s programs to behave (or going in and trying to recover data) than actually getting work done.