I picked up Yummy FTP as part of a MacHeist freebie. That meant that I could use that version – and that version only – forever, free of charge. If I wanted to upgrade, it’d cost me $10. For the longest time, I refrained from upgrading because it just worked.
I’ve tried several other FTP clients. Fugu, Cyberduck, Transmit (thanks for the 10 minute demo, guys. That’s plenty of time to try out all the features …). For me, Yummy’s interface just makes sense. It’s logical, easy to understand and immediately obvious. Bookmarks? Done. And the recent edition of FTP Aliases and FTP watchers made me a believer. Batch scheduling is just another flower in the big FTP pot.
It’s worth far more than $25.00. If you’re like me and picked it up during MacHeist, you can upgrade to the current version for $10. That’s one hell of a deal. Yummy’s support and developer crew are very responsive and quite awesome, too. They apologized to me via email when it took them more than 1/2 day to get back with me on a question I had. They get a 10 out of 10 from me. I recently plunked down the $10.00 and it’s been more than worth it. I would’ve paid $50.00. Check ‘em out.
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