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As the title suggest, what ftp clients does every one here use / recomend for OS X. Really looking for something free / open source if possible. However I would like to know what everyone uses regardless.

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Cyberduck (http://cyberduck.ch/) Free, open source, and it's never let me down.

Next time you need to find an app, check MacUpdate or VersionTracker. If they don't have what you're looking for, it probably doesn't exist.
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CyberDuck (great name) http://macupdate.com/info.php/id/8392 I have not tried it in Tiger yet though.

Transmit is a commercial client with more features. http://macupdate.com/info.php/id/6771

EDIT: Too slow...
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http://panic.com/transmit/

Not free but works great

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http://panic.com/transmit/

Not free but works great
i second this motion....first ftp program i have tried on a mac, havent used a different one since
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I first used Fetch for years and years, but now I use Transmit. Fetch is supposed to have another version out soon, so at that time Ill probably take a look at them again. I have heard cyberduck is pretty good and free
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I have tried cyberduck and panic. Panic is WAY better. Well worth the money.
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I use Interarchy and love it. It is a bit complicated but it does have more features than pretty much everything else out there.

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Transmit is the best i ever used and won't replace it for anything
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I throw my vote in behind Transmit as well. It's great app and Panic is a great Mac development company.

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I love Transmit also. VERY good FTP client! I know it's not free but it works great.
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Trasmit is really nice... especially with Tiger... they have a really cool file drop widget.

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I was using CuteFTP Mac (by GlobalScape) until I tried a demo of Transit just for fun a couple weeks ago. I was blown away, the preview feature is cool, and the drag n drop and don't worry feature is awesome.

IOW, I guess this is just another vote for Transmit.

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i use PW FTP

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