Open-source file transfer app adds SMB support. (Free, 156.2 MB, macOS 10.12+)
Allows opening connections without copying an authentication code after login to Microsoft OneDrive and SharePoint. (Free, 152.6 MB, macOS 10.12+)
Maintenance update with a grab bag of bug fixes for the open-source file transfer app. (Free, 141 MB, macOS 10.12+)
Adds full compatibility with macOS 12 Monterey plus several new features and improvements. (Free, 119 MB, macOS 10.9+)
Anyone using FTP or SFTP to connect to their Web site or other servers should consider a tweaky but significant security upgrade that swaps passwords for encryption keys.
Introduces a new icon styled for macOS 11 Big Sur to the open-source file transfer app. (Free, 119 MB, macOS 10.9+)
Major upgrade to the file transfer server with updated security and cryptographic libraries and protocols. ($295 new, free update, 27 MB, macOS 10.6+)
Adds label bookmarking capability and improves support for Google Drive and Backblaze B2. (Free, 101 MB)
Improves support for Google Cloud Storage and fixes several bugs. (Free, 100 MB)
Remember the file transfer app, Fetch? The old dog has been resting in the corner for quite a few years, but developer Jim Matthews is now teaching it new 64-bit tricks so it will be able to work in macOS 10.15 Catalina. Read on for a trip down memory lane.
Open-source file transfer app adds a new multi-segmented download feature and simplifies sharing files from file sharing services. (Free, 93.6 MB)
Adds the Rumpus Tether client application for quick access to content on the Rumpus file transfer server. ($295 new, free update, 24.3 MB)
Glenn Fleishman profiles four independent Mac apps that have survived for over 25 years: BBEdit, PCalc, Fetch, and GraphicConverter.
Brings back support for Google Drive and updates the user interface. ($23.99 new, free update, 89.6 MB)
Adds compatibility with Mountain Lion, while dropping support for Dropbox, Google Drive, and Windows Azure. (Free, 26.1 MB)