Cyberduck is an FTP, SFTP, WebDAV, Amazon S3, OpenStack Swift, Backblaze B2, Microsoft Azure & OneDrive, Google Drive and Dropbox browser to transfer files to your web hosting service provider and connecting to cloud storage accounts from Rackspace Cloud Files, Google Storage and Amazon S3 with the same easy to use interface with quickly accessible bookmarks. The browser allows to download, upload and move or copy files using drag and drop with an hierarchical view to browse large folder structures efficiently. Transfers are handled with ease including synchronisation of local with remote directories. To edit files, a seamless integration with any external editor application makes it easy to change content quickly. Both Amazon CloudFront and Akamai content delivery networks (CDN) can be easily configured to distribute your files worldwide from edge locations.
If you have a feature request or bug to report, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org instead of leaving a comment.
• [Bugfix] Try all public key algorithms available for a specific key type (SFTP) (#12733)
• [Bugfix] Add fallback when location query for endpoint URI fails (S3) (#12723)
• [Bugfix] Failure connecting to bucket with missing virtual host style request support (S3) (#12746)
• [Bugfix] Fix display scaling issues (Windows) (#12742)
Ratings and Reviews
Nice app, missing details
I like it overall and it's been reliable, but it's missing basic information:
1. When it's transferring a file it gives a time estimate. When it's done it only tells you when it finished, not how long it took. It's good to know when it finished, but for future reference I'd like to know how long it took.
2. It gives an upload speed while uploading, but this number differs by a factor of around two from what other utilities say is happening. (I'm comparing MB/sec to MB/sec, not Mb/sec.) Maybe averaged over different time periods, but a utility dedicated to transfers should have an instantaneous (say last second), intermediate (last minute or 5 minutes or something), as well as from-upload-start.
3. How about a completion bar on the icon in the Dock, so I can see how far along a transfer is without switching to the app?
I use a dedicated utility because I want to know what's going on and how things went.
Awesome little app
I came from the Windows world about 2 years ago, but kept my Windows desktop. In December 2018, I completed my transition to the Apple ecosystem, and had to replace Core for maintaining our FTP site for our business. I found CyberDuck. This app is awesome. I don't understand the negative comments. I'm guessing these users never had to deal with FTP on a Windows machine. I open it up, and it automatically connects to our FTP site. I can drag and drop anything I want to upload, and I can drag items I no longer need to the trash. It is seamless. I can't imagine using anything else on my new iMac. It works just like Apple Apps should work--nice interface, automated, and easy to use. If you need to maintain an FTP site, I can't imagine anything better. This app quacks.
Crashes All The Time.
I bought this app many years ago and I used it ocassionally for light FTP tasks. A few months ago I started doing heavy SSH and FTP related work, mostly with moving files around in a server.
And I noticed that this app is terrible.
It crashes all the time for no apparent reason. Ocassionally it will randomly give you "unknown error" alerts and you will be BOMBED with them (you really have to dismiss hundreds of them at a time - one by one). It's incredibly frustrating and rather than aiding me at doing my job, it makes it even more frustrating.
The worst part is, the "unknown error" alerts happen entirely randomly, there is no way to reproduce the bug, so it's impossible to report it to the dev. And the crashes, for reasons unknown to me, don't show the macOS crash report dialog that you normally see. The problems are many, random, impossible to reproduce, and therefore impossible to report.
I think the only hope for this app is to be rewritten from scratch. I feel nothing else can save it.
If you want a toy SSH and FTP client that will be used to move one or two .txt files at most around, get this. If you actually need to be productive, don't bother with this app.
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- David Kocher
- 144.2 MB
- Requires macOS 10.12 or later.
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