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Hi guys,
It's been awhile since I've posted here, but wondering if there's an accessible FTP client for Mac? Due to unfortunate circumstances, I am not able to access a Windows PC or else I would've used WinSCP or Filezilla.
Thanks,
Rich

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2 (edited by Chris 2017-11-11 09:39:10)

I've heard good things about Transmit. Be aware you have to pay for it. You can get a fully functional 7 day demo to test it out. I'm going to do just that and see if it's worth the $45 asking price. I haven't personally tried it so can't give specific comments. Check it out at https://panic.com/transmit/

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I've heard that Transmit's pretty good, but don't think I'd be willing to pay the $45 price for it.

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4 (edited by Chris 2017-11-13 05:33:25)

There's another one called Cyberduck. However, it appears this is now shareware and costs $23. I remember using it for free in 2014. I'm not sure if that was just a demo or if they changed to a commercial product.

I'm not sure of any other GUI applications you can use. I know the Finder supports connecting to FTP servers. However, you connect in read-only mode. It should also be possible to use Terminal if you want to use the command line.

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I found a version of File Zilla for macOS. You can download it from https://download.filezilla-project.org/ … undled.zip

I'd suggest not installing the extra bundled crap it comes with. It seems like it works with VoiceOver. I don't know of any FTP servers to connect to off the top of my head, so can't test if the interface for browsing files is accessible.

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