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We have 1 review for Cyberduck. The average overall ratings is 4.0 / 5 stars.
Overall Opinion: One of the issues most folks will have with free software is that it tends to be under-documented. In other words, getting the hang of how to use it can require a good amount of fiddling. I’m happy to report that Cyberduck does not require a very steep learning curve. In order to test it out, I wanted to connect my Google Drive to the interface. Cyberduck operates around a bookmark style explorer. That is, in order to connect your services to Cyberduck’s explorer, you create a bookmark for that purpose. You have to go under bookmarks, look for the service you want to connect, and the wizard from there makes it rather easy. Cyberduck must gain permission to access the service, and you’re good to go from there. The major upside of Cyberduck is that you don’t have to run it in a browser in order to access your files, nor are you required to login each time you want to check them out. Cyberduck centralizes access to all your remote storage, is easy to use, and won’t cost you a dime.
Pros: Donationware User friendly Centralizes access to all of your remote storage Very fast transfer speed Drag and drop upload and download Supports a number of protocols Allows for site managing
Cons: Lacks direct file sharing capability Only available on Mac and Windows (no support for mobile devices)
Review of Cyberduck 6.0, the latest version of the popular free program for Windows and Mac. It adds support for Microsoft OneDrive, and the file encryption service Cryptomator.
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