By Pax, 3 June, 2023 Forum macOS and Mac Apps Hi. any free ftp clients? write and read, so finder is nogo sadly. Options Log in or register to post comments Comments CyberDuck https://cyberduck.io/ , is your best bet for a free one. For best experience, switch it to 'ListView'. NB. Last time I checked,Filezilla is a 'No Go' on the Mac side. I did not try said app with VOCR running. re: Cyberduck Is there a way of getting VoiceOver to read the bookmark names in Cyberduck? If they don't read in list… If they don't read in list view, switch to icon view. That's one of the only odd things about said program when it comes to reading the table/tree. FYI: If you are able to buy it, Commander One' would definitely be the better alternative, as it has a built-in FTP Manager, and the interface mimics the finder: https://mac.eltima.com/file-manager.html Note that the FTP Manager requires Commander One Pro, which is a one time fee of $30 US. Yes, Commander One does have a 'free' version, though the FTP File Manager is not included among the free version. I believe there is a demo trial for the pro pack if ya don't get it from the Apple Store. I wrote before, free please. I will not buy anything to just do basic tasks. @Trenton Matthews hey, how to make cyberduck actually work? I've used lftp quite… I've used lftp quite successfully, installed via Homebrew. curl Mac OS comes with curl, which can be used as a command line FTP client. Try a web search for how to use curl for ftp. I better write my own program than use curl. yeah, I could made it simpler and able to send what the hell I want using requests in python,without using curl, I am a wget fanboy. btw, simplicity is priority, even in cli programs. lets see if I will manage to pull this out, if yes, I will publish my own cli app, but before that, let me see, the before mentioned program, if it will click out, as I say, in my own jargon. which means, lets see if it will work.