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Shareware; $20

Current Version: 1.2.2 / 2.6 (February 11, 2004)

osXigen is a full-featured FTP client for Mac OS X (Cocoa). It has the following features:

  • Fully multithreaded
  • Queue based download & uploads
  • Active bookmarks - bookmarks that react to drag'n'drops on them - will maximize your productivity
  • Filters - filter-out / filter-in files matching a regular expression
  • Supports most FTP servers: UNIX/Linux, Mac (NetPresenz) , Windows (NT Server and Windows FTP Service), Novell NetWare and VMS and others
  • Fully integrated with Mac OS X features: AppleScript, Keychain, Help System, etc.
  • Protocol helper support

Version 2.6 - for Mac OS X 10.2 or later only - adds/changes the following:

  • More Mac OS X 10.3 compatibility problems fixed
  • New threading model implemented to solve random lockups and crashes
  • New ASCII transfer implementation to improve compatibility and performance
  • Bug fixes

osXigen is released as shareware; the software operates normally for 21 days to allow you to try it before buying it.

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Download the Mac OS X 10.1 (Cocoa) version (1.2.2).
Download the Mac OS X 10.2+ (Cocoa) version (2.6).

Version 3.0b1 - the first release in over 4(!) years (March 14, 2008) - is available for Mac OS X (Cocoa / Universal), adding/changing the following:

  • Universal binaries for Mac OS 10.4+
  • Multiple crash and hang fixes
  • Multithreaded connect to server (UI no longer locked during connect/login)

The beta release notes have more details.

Also See . . .

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Finally, take a look at ALEMIA if you think you know that name of an application, but aren't quite sure.

Also Consider . . .

These are applications that are newer and of potential interest, but which I haven't yet selected for permanent inclusion. Have a look, and let me know if you think they deserve to be part of the permanent collection!