An easy to use yet very powerful FTP client software for macOS

Yummy FTP Pro for Mac

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Yummy FTP Pro for Mac

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  • Latest Version

    Yummy FTP Pro 2.0.5 LATEST

  • Review by

    Daniel Leblanc

  • Operating System

    Mac OS X 10.8 or later

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  • Author / Product

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Yummy FTP Pro for Mac is easy to use, yet powerful FTP/S + SFTP + WebDAV/S file transfer app exclusively built for Mac Whether you need to transfer a few files or a few thousand, schedule automatic backups, or perform website maintenance, Yummy FTP Pro will handle it with ease.

⚠ Note: This product is not developed anymore and might not function properly.

If you are looking for an alternative, we recommend you to download FileZilla.

Beautiful Retina User Interface
The easy to use, hi-definition Retina-display UI features Finder-like hierarchal & column view file browsers, elegant icons, toolbars, and drag & drop throughout, all with a tasteful dash of animations; a design that belies the extensive functionality hidden within, following Apple's philosophy of power in simplicity.

Turbo-charged Transfers
Yummy FTP Pros highly tuned, multi-threaded, transfer engine features a built-in 'turbo' mode which automatically maintains several simultaneous connections to the server to maximize the use of available bandwidth and reduce latency.

Full protocol set - FTP/S + SFTP + WebDAV/S
FTP (File Transfer Protocol) the most widely used Internet file transfer protocol, FTPS (FTP over an SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) connection, SFTP - FTP over an SSH (Secure Shell) connection, WebDAV (Web-based FTP), are implemented to their fullest extent, allowing for the best functionality available (eg set user/group, create symlink, zip/unzip), and the fastest speed of operation - not just transfers... everything is fast and responsive.

Automatic Reconnect & Resume
The fully automatic reconnect and resume feature ensures Yummy FTP Pro for macOS will always complete the task, whatever happens, by reconnecting and continuing broken transfers without any user interaction until the job is done. While other apps simply display an error message, the tool takes appropriate action based on the actual message itself, which means you don't have to baby-sit your transfers: let the app do the work!

Bookmark Manager + Cloud Sync
A fully fledged Bookmarks manager allows you organize your Bookmarks into folders, create, edit, rename, delete and duplicate them - you can even import the Favorites & Bookmarks from most other major Mac FTP apps. Once set up you can automatically sync your FTP settings to all the Macs you use with the built-in Dropbox, Google Drive and iCloud Drive Bookmark sync support.

Advanced File & Directory Synchronisation Tools
The app has file and directory synchronisation covered : two way Mirroring, one way updating (Mac to Server or Server to Mac), scheduled syncs to start at a later time or repeat daily, filtering to exclude/include items with a variety of criteria, or specifically exclude selected items, even a mode to preview the outcome of a sync in advance.

Remote Editing & File Diff
A built-in text editor allows quick edits of local and remote files without even leaving the app, and for serious text crunching, seamless integration with a wide range of popular text editors including built-in support for BBEdit, TextWrangler, TextMate, skEdit, and many more, allows live remote editing of your website with your favorite editor. In addition there is the ability to compare local and remote files with your favorite 'diff' utility app, such as Araxis Merge, Changes, FileMerge, DeltaWalker or Kaleidoscope, and display the differences.

FTP Aliases
The easiest, quickest and slickest way to upload files and folders! An FTP Alias can have files and/or folders dropped onto it in the Finder, or even in the Dock, to upload those items using a predefined Bookmark and destination directory. Creating an FTP Alias is as easy as navigating to the upload directory you require and then choosing 'Save As FTP Alias'. It's really that simple! ...What's more, there is the option to Zip before uploading and even copying the remote URL to the clipboard ready for pasting!

OS Integration
A truly good Mac citizen: Full support for Quick Look with local and remote previews and document icons, AppleScript-able and recordable for automation, Full Screen mode browsing, Bonjour zero config setup, FSEvents-driven local views, App Nap compliant, Developer ID code signed direct-buy or App Store versions and more.

Localized in 12 Languages
YummyFTP Pro is available in the following languages: English, German, French, Dutch, Italian, Japanese, Norwegian, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Russian, Portuguese and with more to come...

Note: 30 days trial version.

  • Yummy FTP Pro 2.0.5 Screenshots

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What's new in this version:

Yummy FTP Pro 2.0.5
- Fixed truncation of some localised labels
- Fixed tilde / home folder support for Shared user
- Fixed WebDAV crash
- Fixed WebDAV transfers with large file sizes

Yummy FTP Pro 2.0.4
- WebDAV support improvements to reliability and compatibility
- Added preference option to use path bar or menu navigation
- Added preference option to control home path abbreviation
- Filters window no longer accepts empty input
- New Connection window automatically shows by default again
- Local Mac volumes can now be saved as Favorites
- Import favorites fix for reserved characters in Bookmark names
- Localization fixes

Yummy FTP Pro 2.0.3
- Added zip without Mac meta data option for FTP Alias
- Generated FTP Aliases now launch as background apps
- User selected Show/Hide status bar state now remembered
- Status bar height was too small in split browser view
- App Nap no longer causes issues for idle connections
- Fixed a crash when deleting scheduled sync
- Fixed double dock icon in Mac OS X 10.8
- Fixed difficulty in sizing list view columns

Yummy FTP Pro 2.0.2
- Fixed an issue with multiple notifications for multi-file transfers
- Fixed some alerts not self-dismissing

Yummy FTP Pro 2.0.1
- Restored all 11 localisations
- Notifications displayed by the OS could have been truncated
- New Connection window could appear unnecessarily at startup
- Bookmarks window had visual glitches in macOS 10.10
- Fixed excessive CPU during scrolling in column view
- Fixed rare spurious error message for remote edits
- Fixed auto-hide scrollbars for mouse wheel events
- Fixed a potential crash when reconfiguring a live connection

Yummy FTP Pro 2.0

FTP Browser:
- Retina-focused UI overhaul with streamlined local/remote file browser design
- New navigation path bar, drag'n drop-enabled with integrated favorites, history
- Spring-loaded folders in file browsers
- Drag'n-drop reordering of queued transfer tasks
- Added Open WebURL & Open In Terminal toolbar buttons
- New toolbar icons

- New secure in-app updates using industry standard Sparkle
- New transcript view to view the selected session's server interaction
- New log viewer to easily inspect every detail of every action
- New interactive & informative notifications + a complete history lookup
- New standalone FTP Aliases work without any Yummy app installed

- Remote editing now uses FSEvents to trigger uploads
- Added support for TextMate 2 as a remote editor
- CyberDuck favorite importer
- FileZilla favourite importer
- Better responsiveness for column view drag & drop
- More compact Filters UI
- Modal windows replaced with sheets where possible
- About window shows demo days left
- Faster animations

- Unsorted Bookmarks and recents on APFS systems
- Unable to select some apps as remote editors per-file type
- Connections could become stale regardless of the keep alive setting
- Memory leaks in SFTP
- Remote edit saving on main connection is blocked by alert display
- MD5 checksum verification could fail in some circumstances
- Logging could fail to correctly log a deleted local item
- Log file could get corrupted
- SSL peer id for session reuse could fail in some circumstances
- Quicklook icons could fail to update during directory updates
- SFTP listing sizes could be incorrect on some servers
- Movie/audio preview playback on retina systems
- WebDAV failure to connect if initial path is empty
- Long emails and multiple recipients no longer cause a crash
- FTP Alias zip-before-upload will no longer re-zip existing zips
- Dock icon update glitches on retina systems
- File verification failures were no logged

Yummy FTP Pro 1.11.14
- Fix for remote edit saves via existing connection
- Fix for incorrect alert window text autosizing due to system font changes
- Fix for unnecessary discrete graphics usage on MacBook Pro
- Fix for CyberDuck Bookmarks import

Yummy FTP Pro 1.11.13
- Improved remote editing responsiveness
- Improved support for App Nap
- TextMate 2 now works again as a remote editor
- Dock menu now includes Show All Bookmarks option
- Fixed SSL session re-use when Force TLS was was enabled
- Fixed inability to select Other in Bookmark Sync options
- Fixed logging not recording failed file verification
- Fixed app logic after being launched by an FTP Alias
- Fixed incorrect file verification results
- Fixed unwanted display messages from certain FTP servers
- Fixed SFTP listing display with localised data
- Fixed inability to edit FTP Aliases
- Fixed selection issue when using SSH-delete

Yummy FTP Pro 1.11.12
- SSH keyfile authentication now prompts for passphrase entry on failure
- File verification after resume now only uses MD5 when configured so
- Improved compatibility with PureFTPd server
- Fixed loss of connection during large transfers
- Fixed potential random crash

Yummy FTP Pro 1.11.11
- Added Portuguese localization
- Added option to clear browsed folder history from the navigation menu
- Added ability to undo setting Yummy as the default FTP handler
- Bookmark notes can now be edited directly in the Bookmarks window
- Improved handling when skipping remaining errors
- Improved handling for idle browser connections
- Handle FTP servers that do not support the basic FTP commands
- Handle FTP servers that try to display out-of-spec user messages
- Fixed system font usage in macOS Sierra for listings and edit boxes
- Fixed startup hang when trying to find un-installed user-defined editor
- Fixed invisible items transfer preference setting being ignored
- Fixed email notification with in macOS Sierra
- Fixed exclusions with servers that send inconsistent full path formats
- Fixed missing Bookmark names in connection failure emails
- Fixed a crash when renaming an open Bookmark
- Fixed premature in-line edit trigger when using marquee selection
- Fixed the Action toolbar menu losing options
- Fixed the restored window size of full screen windows
- Localization fixes

Yummy FTP Pro 1.11.10
- Compatible with macOS Sierra 10.12
- Local+remote symlinks now correctly display the target's mod date
- Newer versions of are now supported as a Diff tool
- Non-startup drive home folders now support ~ abbreviation correctly
- Better handling of busy SFTP servers on multi-connection transfers
- Fixed a potential crash while updating Mac and Bookmarks listings
- Maintaining downloaded file mod dates also now sets creation date
- Fixed unnecessary Mac and Bookmarks listing updates
- Failed logins now allow display a login dialog to re-try with
- Failed Mac home folder resolution can now be retried
- The 'Start at' option is now always enabled for new schedules
- Temporary yumftp files are no longer incorrectly reported for syncing
- Mac favorites menu was missing favorite full paths in its help tags
- Fixed inability to register the app with a non-English name
- Localization fixes

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