Cyberduck – Free, open-source FTP/SFTP client for Windows & Mac

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Cyberduck – Free, open-source FTP/SFTP client for Windows & Mac

Cyberduck is a popular free and open-source FTP/SFTP client for Windows and Mac. This FTP client from Switzerland is one of three excellent FTP clients recommended by cPanel. It has simple operation interface and single column view, which make users feel very relaxed, convenient and quick.

As a FTP uploading/downloading client, Cyberduck supports file drag & drop, bookmarks, history records, file management in a browser, supports the EPFL files list for FTP servers running with publicfile, remote file synchronization, and a wide range of other functions. In addition, it allows to open multiple windows at the same time, so that we can all at once connect to multiple servers to work, thus greatly improving the work efficiency. Most of all, CyberDuck also supports connecting to various cloud storage service protocols, including FTP, SFTP, WebDAV, Amazon S3, OpenStack Swift, Backblaze B2, Microsoft Azure, OneDrive, Rackspace Cloud Files, Google Cloud Storage, Google Drive, Google Docs and Dropbox browser.

Cyberduck is originally an FTP client specially designed for Mac OS X, which integrates some features/software of Mac OS X (such as Spotlight, Bonjour, Quick Look, Keychain, and more) and provides the connection solutions to the commonly-used cloud storage services. Therefore, it is more suitable for developers and technical workers to use. In fact, it has accumulated a lot of loyal users on Mac OS X platform.

Cyberduck – Free, open-source FTP/SFTP client for Windows & Mac

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