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I've used SmartFTP on my Windows machine for years. Now, on my Mac, I am lost. SmartFTP doesn't make it's program for Mac's at all.

Any suggestions? I'm looking preferably for freeware, but shareware is welcome!
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If you want Free give a Cyberduck a try and if you don't mind paying a bit, Transmit is the best FTP client bar none I have ever used on OSX. I tried it, loved it, purchased it years ago and still get free updates! Well worth the cost.
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I'll throw my support behind Cyberduck too. It's stable and relatively quick (the app itself). Plus, you can't beat the price. I use it myself and have been more than satisfied.

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CyberDuck is great! It's perfect. Thanks!

I'll be sure to donate!
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Fire ftp works well enough for my needs, A free FireFox extension.
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Cyberduck = extremely feature-filled, FLOSS program

shortest way to describe why one should download it
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I use Cute FTP (free version) and Dreamweavers inbuilt FTP
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Cyberduck is awesome. Never used Transmit, but I hear it's good as well.
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Filezilla is my FTP of choice. both mac and windows compatible
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