Transmit is a highly flexible and intuitive FTP (File Transfer Protocol) client that's been designed specifically with Macs in mind.
Transmit is an efficient and elegant FTP client that supports, SFTP, S3 (Amazon. com file hosting) and iDisk/WebDAV protocols that allows you to upload, download, and delete files over the internet. What first strikes you with Transmit is that it has one of the most Mac-like interfaces available on an FTP client so it looks great. Everything is clearly laid out with folders on the left and transfers on the right.
Transferring any sort of file is fast and streamlined and you can easily edit anything you wish to send. Transmit lets you create drag and droplets for items you work with most often and you can move files easily between folders or view into multiple tabs. Transmit can also sync with . Mac and integrates perfectly with Spotlight but even more importantly, it integrates with Finder. This means that you can mount an FTP volume on your desktop just as you would any external drive. The only drawback I found was that Transmit froze on a few occasions when I tried to access the preferences although this wasn't a recurring a problem.
Highly flexible and loaded with features, all in a clear and simple interface, Transmit is an excellent FTP client designed specifically for Macs.
- Fixes some graphics issues on Retina displays
- Added support for Notification Center in OS X 10.8
- Fixed a possible error when dragging files from Coda 2
- Now only uses integrated graphics on supported MacBook Pro models
- No longer autofills user's e-mail address for eList signup