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Panic Stops Development of Transmit for iOS & Removes it from Sale

Transmit 5 - Panic's File Transfer App for Mac

Transmit 5 — Panic’s Majestic File Transfer App for Mac is Here

For as long as I can remember, every time someone asked me the question, “Hey! Do you know a good FTP app for Mac?” my standard response to that has been to point them to Panic’s Transmit app. Panic has been making really good apps for consumers for almost two decades now, and I’ve personally been witness to their astounding ability to ship incredible & pixel-perfect apps for about a decade. The company is known for their popular apps like...

Firewatch — Pyromance

I’ve been excited about playing Firewatch ever since Campo Santo first revealed it. Every trailer since then has looked absolutely stunning and the screenshots are basically excellent fodder for wallpapers. Combine that with music by Chris Remo (who I loved in Gone Home) and the involvement of Panic (One of our favorite studios out there) and my interest grew multiple times. Over the last few days, I’ve managed playing Firewatch twice while trying to consume every little bit of dialogue...

Coda for iOS v2.0

Panic has long been one of my favorite app developer shops out there. They have crafted some exceptional pieces of software over the last few years, starting with the Mac and then onto iOS, and their apps have made it to our Editor’s Choice of 2012 as well as 2014 lists. They’re responsible for two of the most frequently used apps on my Mac — Transmit and Coda. On iOS, I have had three of their apps powering my work...

Panic’s Pixel Perfection

A few months ago, a very special email dropped into my Inbox. “Dear Mayor McPreshit,”, it greeted me. I was one of the very few lucky recipients of that email, one of the very few who were selected to test drive an update to the internet’s oldest known, possibly the most beautiful Truck. Originally known as Transit, the gorgeous and powerful Truck went through hundreds of bug fixes and enhancements and was finally unveiled to the public on April 27th,...