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. Ita€?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 a€” FTP, SFTP, WebDAV, and S3 a€” 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 Transmita€?s engine and rebuilt it, again, to significantly boost speed. T5 is better at multithreading and smarter about complex folders. Plus ita€?s got a new activity view to better focus on what Transmit is doing right now. Ita€?s very fast.
Ita€?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:
- Added support for the next major version of macOS
- Text legibility on alert windows
- French translation of file synchronize sheet
- Japanese translation of server edit view
- Updated Backblaze B2 connection labels to match recent Backblaze changes
- Openstack Swift: Improved error reporting when the server does not provide endpoints
- Resolved an issue where Transmit would not upload files saved in legacy versions of certain editors
- Fixed a problem that could cause transfers to occasionally stall out, requiring an app restart
- Copying Remote files from Transmit into folder on dock now works as expected
- Copy URL once again copies non-default port numbers
- Editing server address now correctly updates address in server list
- B2: Moving or coping very large files now works as expected
- S3: Creating buckets from the non-default endpoint no longer results in error
- Fixed the S3 IAM Role drop-down in the server creation view not saving selection
- Restored the ability to use dots in new S3 bucket names
- Fixed import of Amazon S3 IAM credentials
- Fixed a problem that prevented accessing S3 buckets whose name contains uppercase letters
- Resolved an issue that could prevent window size from being restored when reopening Transmit
- Importing multiple, encrypted SSH keys now prompts separately for each passphrase
- Dismissing the move file sheet via the escape now works as expected
- Editing filename in icon view with dark system appearance and graphite accent color no longer results in light text on light background
- Various SSH library improvements