Fetch Reviews and Cloudswave Rating

  • 82

    Cloudswave Score for Fetch

    Rating based on 6 Critic Reviews

    6 Favorable reviews
    100 %
    0 Mixed reviews
    0 %
    0 unfavorable reviews
    0 %
  • What do you like best?

    Functions just like your file browser, making it very simple to transfer files. Price is very low and it does its job very well. Comparable to filezilla, but instead of working through directories it surfaces the important items to help you keep organized.

    What do you dislike?

    No complaints- this product does its job and does it well.

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    What do you like best?

    This program offers a simple and clean interface when editing content. The small cost of the program is worth the money. I would spend the money and use Fetch instead of using some of the (free) competitors. You can easily edit file names, upload and download files. You view the content as if it were a clean webpage.

    What do you dislike?


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  • It doesn't take a long time to play through Fetch from start to finish, but this whimsical, kid-friendly puzzle journey is brimming with style and charm.

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  • In my years of use, I’ve found Fetch to be quick, easy and convenient to use, and reliable. My main complaint about Fetch is that it terminates its connection with the remote server after a short period of inactivity, making it necessary to wait while the program reloads the server’s file list again before it can commence a subsequent transfer.

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  • Overall Fetch remains a solid FTP option with handy features that users have been appreciating for years, and a developer that listens to user comments to make the app better. Even when you do have problems, Fetch offers comprehensive help and active user forums.

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  • Fetch 5.0.5 is a full-featured Macintosh FTP client for transferring electronic files between computers connected via a network, such as the Internet or your home network. Fetch is easy to install, simple to use, and for power users, highly configurable. The user interface is intuitive and very Mac-savvy. Transfer tasks can be accomplished via several approaches, including drag and drop, tool bar commands, or application menu commands. Fetch uses nonsecure File Transfer Protocol (FTP) or secure SSH File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) to accomplish file transfers. In my experiments, Fetch average download and upload transfer rates approached those achievable with the Unix command line secure copy ("scp") utility which I believe to be nearly optimum for any particular network environment. For general questions, the on-line help is excellent; for details, a downloadable complete manual is available in PDF format. For those who rarely access FTP servers, you may be better off with one of the available free FTP clients. On the other hand, the Fetch single user license cost is very reasonable, and the application dog icon and running dog cursors are priceless. Fetch 5 is a powerful, mature and easy to use FTP client with a lot of personality, and I highly recommend it for all classes of Mac users.

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