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Thread: Panic Releases Transmit File Transfer Client App for iOS 8 as Promised

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    Default Panic Releases Transmit File Transfer Client App for iOS 8 as Promised


    Panic, the well-known application development firm behind the popular Transmit file transfer application for the Mac OS X platform, has followed through with its promise to release a fully-featured iOS version of the application.

    Transmit iOS is now available in the iOS App Store for all iOS 8 devices, including iPhones, iPod touches, and iPads – the application is universal with a specially-designed iPad user interface created to take full advantage of the increased canvas space.

    Transmit iOS is full of features for those of you that need a powerful file transfer application for your iOS devices. According to the App Store description, the application features include:

    Quote Originally Posted by Panic
    • Full Remote File Management
    Login to your server. Upload. Download. Rename. Edit permissions. Make folders. Do it all.

    • Save & Upload Files from the iOS Share Sheet
    You can quickly send an image from your Photos, an audio file from Messages, or any iOS app that uses the standard system "Share" sheet, to your Mac or server.

    • Connect to FTP, SFTP, S3 and WebDAV
    Full support for Transmit's entire suite of protocols is now available to iOS users.

    • Twin-Turbo Background Transfer Engine
    The full power of Transmit's transfer engine is available, even while Transmit is in the background.

    • The Joy of Drag & Drop
    Why do no iOS apps use drag and drop? We wondered that too. Especially satisfying on the iPad — with Local on the left and Remote on the right it's smooth as silk to drag over a file.

    • Edit Documents from Compatible Third-Party Apps
    iOS 8-compatible third-party applications that implement the new iCloud document picker will have instant access to Transmit as a file source. Opening and saving files in these apps will relay changes back to Transmit to be uploaded onto your server.

    • Panic Sync
    You can sync your saved servers and credentials with Panic Sync, and keep them updated between Transmit for iOS and Coda (requires Coda 2.5). Eventually, we'll add support for Diet Coda and Transmit for Mac.
    For a limited time, Transmit iOS is available for the sale price of $9.99, which is still a bit on the high end of the iOS application price scale, so before it goes up in price, now is a great time to grab it. You can follow this App Store link to get it. iOS 8 is required to install Transmit iOS.

    Sources: App Store via Panic

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    Does anyone know if I can also ssh files in and out of my iPhone like iFile?

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    Quote Originally Posted by atorres062 View Post
    Does anyone know if I can also ssh files in and out of my iPhone like iFile?
    You can transfer files from your device, but the application does not give you access to your filesystem. Just your Camera Roll, and a special "documents" folder that you can populate.

    Without a jailbreak, you'll never see anything as powerful as iFile. I'm sorry to burst that bubble.

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    Well that sucks, thanks.

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    Or you could simply own an Android and I'm sure Windows Phone, and require no special software on your PC or your mobile device and simply access your files as you see fit. I have to say if they are offering this, what is the point of itunes then, bout time someone made a "good" piece of software to access the contents of an iOS device, cuz Apple sure as hell can't make one.

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    That is a plus with those platforms tbh

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    Not a useful feature for me, but sounds like something a lot of people have wanted, which is good.

    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony Bouchard View Post
    You can transfer files from your device, but the application does not give you access to your filesystem. Just your Camera Roll, and a special "documents" folder that you can populate.

    Without a jailbreak, you'll never see anything as powerful as iFile. I'm sorry to burst that bubble.
    Question: out of curiosity, what files do you want to have on your phone that you can’t in iOS 8? My understanding is that you’ll have access to any files your phone can utilize through apps. Is that right? If so, what are the files you want to be saved locally to your phone? It would seem to me that, if you can’t utilize a file on your phone, there’s no need to have it there in the first place.

    I don’t have much need for such services, so I may be misunderstanding the purpose and usefulness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fleurya View Post
    I don’t have much need for such services, so I may be misunderstanding the purpose and usefulness.
    I have heard that iOS 8 will let you utilize files from other applications in some other applications, but I have not tried it yet because I'm still on iOS 7 with a jailbreak.

    On the other hand, I know this software will be helpful for me because I can upload images to FTP servers.

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