If you are looking for Cyberduck, you have come to the right place. We explain what Cyberduck is and point you to the official download.
What is Cyberduck?
Cyberduck is open source program originally developed to manage FTP and SFTP access and file transfers, but its functionality has since been extended to include managing connections to WebDAV (Web Distributed or Web-based Authoring and Versioning), Cloud Files from Rackspace, Amazon S3 and Cloud Storage from Google.
The user interface provides direct links to these file storage protocols under the Open Connection tab directly under the main menu bar, allowing for instant connection. The program serves as a file browser and downloader, displaying files that the user can download from the storage protocol once connection has been established.
Additionally, the program also allows the user to securely share files through the protocol that the user is currently connected with. Seamless integration with various document editors is also allowed, which enables the user to directly edit documents on the server, through any of the supported editors. Other options provided on the user interface include the following: Info, Refresh, Upload, Transfers and Disconnect.
Cyberduck supports various languages, including English, Dutch, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese and French. The software can be installed on Windows and Mac OS X computers.
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File types supported by Cyberduck
About file types supported by Cyberduck
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Last updated: : June 14, 2013