By John Dowling Jr., 30 March, 2015 Forum macOS and Mac Apps hi all I am looking for a FTP client for my mac book air 11 inch mid 2014. can someone help me? thanks. john Options Log in or register to post comments Comments I recommend transmit, or if I recommend transmit, or if you are versed in the terminal wget will do what you want to do as well. Take care. Transmit My recommendation is Transmit. This FTP client is accessible and very easy to use. well can you give me the download links? hi all. thanks for your comments. but are there any download links or any app entries about thes apps? thanks. john. Transmit's AppleVis entry Transmit is made by Panic Software. Their AppleVis entry is: http://www.applevis.com/apps/mac/utilities/transmit are there any free ones that I can download? hi there, are there any free ones that I can download? if so, where can I find them? Transmit I have used both Yummy FTP and Transmit, and find Transmit great. You can get a free trial on their website. If you are familiar with the If you are familiar with the terminal you can also use wget. I've ben doing this now for folders I often download and wrote a script to jut do it for me with a few key presses. It's built right in to the mac and you just have to have some unix knowledge. Take care. Commander One Pro Hello, if you are willing to pay 30 USD or EUR , I recommend Commander One Pro. It's not only a FTP client, but also quite powerful and simple to use file manager, archiving tool and more. I have posted a comment about Commander One Pro's accessibility on its app directory entry, so check there for more info. Although paid clients are Although paid clients are great, we should adivocate for accessibility on the fileZilla client. It is fully accessible but the file browser, which renders the whole thing kind of totally unusable. On Windows it is wonderful ... They're using WX widgets for the most part. I have no idea why the file browser is not accessible on Mac. But once and if it ever becomes accessible it will fit most users needs I think.