You need to transfer files. Maybe to an FTP or SFTP server, or the cloud via Amazon S3, or using WebDAV. You maintain a website, do backups, or upload photos. You need Transmit, the #1 Mac OS X FTP client.¹ Now, in Transmit 4, we took everything good about Transmit, and added a dollop of unbelievably great.
We’ve gone all out.
Path Bar Pro
Jump to parent directories with one click. Or, if your trail is too long, click and hold for a path pop-up. The best of both worlds!
Drag your favorite local or remote folders here for one-click access.
Dual Pane Toggle
Hide the second pane anytime for a super-compact Transmit.
Classic List and Column views are joined by two new friends: Cover Flow and Thumbnail.
A Brand New Look
Completely redesigned, thoroughly modern, extra sleek, and always very friendly.
FTP, SFTP, Amazon S3 and WebDAV are at your command.
Local / Remote Toggle
Two local views to manage files? Or two remote views to copy from server to server? Piece of cake.
Custom Favorite Icons
Use one of ours or apply your own.
OK, so the little flippy triangle has been around for a while — but it's finally in Transmit. Hooray!
A Finder classic, now available in Transmit. Colors!
Folders Before Files
Those who love it, really love it — list your folders before your files.
See both the current file, and the overall progress, in a single bar.
Refreshed Sync Interface
Simple, clean, and clear.
Sync by File Size
Now you can use file size, as well as date, to determine what's new.
Power-up your sync with our advanced "Skip Items" rules.
A friendly bubble tells you in plain English what’s going to happen.
Now you can see what’s coming up, not just what’s happening now.
Know exactly where you stand.
Don’t want to saturate your network? Head to the prefs to limit your overall transfer speed.
How many top-level items left to go?
- Transmit Twin-Turbo Engine
- Up to 25x faster for small files
- Multi-Connection Transfers
- For faster batch transfers
- Integrated Transfers View
- FXP Support
- For direct server-to-server xfer
- Bandwidth Limiting
- Completely Reimagined
- Cleaner, cooler, cake-ier.
- Tear-Off Tabs
- Twin Progress Bar
- See current and overall progress
- Local-Local / Remote-Remote
- Cover Flow
- Image Thumbnail View
- Disclosable List View
- Quick Look
- Custom Favorites Icons
- One / Two Pane Switcher
- Just one view if you want
- Extra-Compact Minimum Size
- Friendly File Sync
- A nice, plain-English bubble talks you through the sync.
- Compare via File Size
- Advanced File Skipping
- Skipping files is not just for sync anymore: set rules for anytime.
- More Flexible Default Permissions
- Advanced Server Preferences
- Hard-core options now exposed
- Continue on Errors
- Easily Repeat Transfers
- Right-click a transfer to re-do it
- Amazon S3
- CloudFront Support
- Deploy your files via CDN
- Bucket Logging
- Send SSH Command
- Zip, UnZip, etc.
- One-Click SFTP Key Import
- Instead of a password, use key
- View Secure Certificates
- Overhauled AppleScript
- Automatic Unicode Detection
- Better Transcript Logging
- Instant-Favorite Button
- Line Numbering in Built-In Editor
- Extensive Favorite Importers
- Simplified External Editing
- Auto-Updating via Sparkle
- Fully 64-Bit
- Improved Copy URL / Copy Path
Faster than ever.
Transmit 3 was fast. The Transmit Turbo engine in Coda was faster. Transmit 4 is scary, wicked fast. We tuned and tweaked the new Transmit Twin-Turbo engine to get you hauling up to 25 times faster.²
List 30,000 remote files
Download 30,000 small files
Delete 30,000 small files
Upload 15,000 small files
And that one-more-thing thing?
Put your favorites in the Finder.
With the new Transmit Disk feature, you can now mount any of your favorites in the Finder itself, even if Transmit's not running. These volumes are real: drag files to your SFTP server, save a small graphic to your Amazon S3 bucket directly from Photoshop, or roll your own iDisk-like backup volume. It’s all possible in T4.