Cyberduck for Mac
Cyberduck is a straightforward Mac OS X application that enables you to connect to, browse and manage the content stored on various FTP, SFTP, S3, WebDAV and OpenStack Swift servers.
Intuitive content browser with support for a wide variety of servers and protocols
Cyberduck comes with a user-oriented interface from which you can quickly and effortlessly connect to SFTP, FTP, Google Cloud Storage, Amazon S3, WebDAV and Racksapce Cloud files.
Moreover, Cyberduck is compatible with third-party providers that use either the Openstack Swift or S3 APIs, and you can always take advantage of the provided connection profiles for Internap, HP Cloud Object Storage and more.
Furthermore, Cyberduck seamlessly integrates with external editing applications, fact that allows you to easily edit files and change their content. Hence, you can edit the desired text or binary file directly on the server via an application of your choice.
Distribute your content in the cloud and make it available to other users with ease
What is more, you can use Cyberduck to distribute your files and content over the cloud. You can easily configure the content delivery networks offered by Amazon CloudFront and Akamai to deliver your content to various users from all over the world. You just have to connect to a WebDAV, SFTP or FTP server and set it as the origin of your Amazon CloudFront CDN distribution.
The great thing about Cyberduck, is that it allows you to access and browse Amazon Simple Storage Service just like you were accessing an external hard disk. You can also enjoy the latest additions to the S3 storage options and define website endpoints, configure storage class, enable access logging, lifecycle and encryption.
Sort, organize and handle your files more easier with bookmarks
To help you with your sorting, Cyberduck offers you the option to organize your bookmarks with drag and drop, and filter the displayed contend using the built-in search form. You can also import bookmarks from third-party apps, check the history of all visited servers along with the timestamp of the last access and automatically discover FTP and WebDAV services on the local network.
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