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What's a good graphical SFTP utility for OS X?

I'm looking for an SSH client that includes drag and drop file transfer functionality. I'm aware of CyberDuck, but it's a bit pricey. I found one or two other programs, and they're not free. I need it for my computer science class this semester. (I'm technically ok using the Terminal, but some of my Mac using classmates are not.)


FileZilla can also do full SFTP (FTP over SSH) and it's free.

The downside obviously is it's not a very pretty application under OSX.

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  • Ah, I knew about that one too, didn't know it did SFTP. – Moshe Feb 9 '12 at 15:45
  • I would have also added Fugu, but its 10.6 and below only. – Stu Wilson Feb 9 '12 at 15:54

Apparently, I was wrong. Cyberduck is donation ware, so it will serve my purposes over the semester.

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  • Just to expand on that slightly - Cyberduck is open source, released under GPLv3. The developer does ask for donations but they are not required to use the software. – mjturner Nov 23 '17 at 9:20

If you feel guilty about not donating to Cyberduck even though you've found it useful, Fugu is the daddy of SFTP clients for OS X... completely free and open source. The stable versions are PPC only, but there's a pre-release Intel version available.

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