Your best friend for file transfer.

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Fetch is a reliable, full-featured file transfer client for the Apple Macintosh whose user interface emphasizes simplicity and ease of use. Fetch supports FTP and SFTP, the most popular file transfer protocols on the Internet for compatibility with thousands of Internet service providers, web hosting companies, publishers, pre-press companies, and more.

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Features you’ll love:

  • Support for FTP, SFTP, and FTP with TLS/SSL (FTPS)
  • Droplet shortcuts for easy uploading
  • Synchronize folders using the Mirror command
  • Support for drag-and-drop of files and folders between servers and your Mac, or between two servers
  • Automatic resume of stalled or failed uploads and downloads
  • Quick Look support for previewing files on servers
  • Edit any kind of file and the changes will automatically be saved back to the server
  • Compatibility with virtually all FTP servers, including VMS, VM/CMS, OS/2, Chyron, and more

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See what’s new:

  • View the overall progress and time remaining of multi-file transfers
  • Sync shortcuts between Macs using Dropbox or a shared file server
  • Find field for filtering the file list to show only the files you want
  • Support for preserving the modification dates of uploaded files

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Download Fetch 5.8

Try it free for 15 days. Intel Mac OS X 10.5 or newer (older versions)

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Fetch 5.8.1 restores Find and font size features
by Jim Matthews
June 1, 2020
Fetch 5.8 offers compatibility with macOS 10.15 Catalina
by Jim Matthews
December 8, 2019
Fetch and Catalina
by Jim Matthews
October 20, 2019
Thirty Years of Fetch
by Jim Matthews
September 1, 2019

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Transmit and Interarchy crashed every time I tried to delete a folder containing thousands of files. I had given up hope until I tried it with Fetch.

Donald Perreault