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FTP Clients

Price when rated: $25

Pros

  • Long history on Mac platform
  • Free upgrade from version 3.0.3

Cons

  • Limited interface
  • Few advanced features
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Price when rated: $15

Pros

  • Least expensive

Cons

  • Limited interface
  • No advanced features
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Price when rated: $25

Pros

  • Batch downloads from multiple directories
  • Advanced synchronization features
  • Supports Rendezvous
  • File-preview drawer

Cons

  • Online text-file editing only
  • Single-level viewing only
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Price when rated: $49

Pros

  • Standard OS X view modes (Icons, List, Columns)
  • Powerful information dialog box
  • Ability to open and edit files online using any installed application

Cons

  • Complex interface
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Price when rated: $45

Pros

  • Well tested
  • Standard OS X view modes (List, Columns)

Cons

  • Limited preview capabilities
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Price when rated: $35

Pros

  • Droplet feature for fast file upload
  • Advanced file-sync feature
  • Standard OS X view modes (List, Columns)

Cons

  • Difficult to drag and drop in Column mode
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Price when rated: $25

Pros

  • Accelerated download for slower Internet connections
  • Supports Rendezvous

Cons

  • Limited synchronization capabilities
  • Confusing icons
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