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Nolobe Software Pty Ltd
Interarchy has a venerable history. It was first released in 1993 and can claim to have been the leading FTP client ever since, enabling (as the site of its current developers, Nolobe, says) “hundreds of thousands of Mac users to upload, download and transfer files across the Internet.”
There really aren’t many variations on the transfer process that can be built into a self-standing GUI-based application as a front-end for the Unix command line operation of File Transfer Protocol, or FTP. Other than to make it as secure as possible. This usually means full support for the ‘sftp’ protocol of ‘ssh’ (secure shell). And to make it versatile and easy to use; in this case that means to make it as close to the metaphor of Mac-like file handling as appropriate.