Termius, a Modern SSH Client
Termius is a modern SSH client for macOS, Windows and Linux. It offers several features such as device sync, autocomplete (on mobile), code snippets and even a built-in SFTP client.
I’ve been using Termius for a good amount of time, I’d say possibly six months or more. I’ve been very happy with the features that it provides as well as a modern UI. From time to time it may take a few moments to launch, but other than that it has great UX.
Unfortunately, there is a bit of a con. Many of the goodies that this client boasts requires a subscription. There is a Basic tier, though it limits you to only being able to use the SSH functions, and no syncing between devices. Though I will admit, this client does make your life much easier, especially with the grouping capabilities.
All in all, I think $9.99 is a fair price if you constantly use the client. For the occasional SSH user, I would recommend sticking with PuTTY/KiTTY unless you really need some of these features.
You can check out Termius via the links below:
If you’ve use Termius before, reply below with your experience with this client. I’d love to hear some feedback, and I’m sure other users would too!