The gold standard of macOS file transfer apps just drove into the future. Transmit 5 is here. Upload, download, and manage files on tons of servers with an easy, familiar, and powerful UI. It’s quite good.
Transmit now connects to 10 new cloud services, like Backblaze B2, Box, Google Drive, DreamObjects, Dropbox, Microsoft Azure, and Rackspace Cloud Files.
And yes, Transmit still handles the classics — FTP, SFTP, WebDAV, and S3 — better than any. We make complex services drag-and-drop simple.
Transmit 5 now includes Panic Sync, our secure and fast way to sync your sites. (You can learn about Panic Sync here.) And our File Sync feature adds support for local-to-local and remote-to-remote sync, while also giving you more fine-grained control.
We disassembled Transmit’s engine and rebuilt it, again, to significantly boost speed. T5 is better at multithreading and smarter about complex folders. Plus it’s got a new activity view to better focus on what Transmit is doing right now. It’s very fast.
It’s been a very long time since the last major Transmit update, and we had a lot to do. Put simply, almost every corner of Transmit has been improved. Some examples:
What's New:Version 5.1.3:
- SFTP authentication now prefers ECDSA host keys over Ed25519 once again, fixing some possible login issues. (Users may see a ‘Host Key Changed’ alert as a consequence.)
- SFTP Host key mismatch dialog now shows the specific ECDSA key size
- Preference to automatically remove activity queue items on successful download is now honored as expected
- Fixed an issue preventing some file operations after an unexpected server disconnect
- Fix an issue where the Conflict resolution dialog may show the opposite source and target locations
- Fixed an issue preventing downloads of text files from some FTP servers