FileZilla, a long-time favorite open source FTP client for Windows and Linux, is finally available for the Macintosh, making it the first true cross-platform (non-Java) FTP client that is available for Windows, Linux, and Macintosh.
Although FileZilla's user interface still has its roots in the Windows world, those who are fond of the software and who are seeking a consistent, familiar experience across platforms will certainly enjoy FileZilla for the Mac.
FileZilla's main features include:
Version 3.3.3 makes the following changes:
One thing I have noticed in my brief period of testing, however, is that FileZilla doesn't appear to use Mac OS X's built-in ssh configuration to manage SFTP connections. Let's hope that this is something that changes in the near future. Other than that, FileZilla is a well-built, if not awkward, FTP client that is more than worthy of consideration.
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