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by Kenny Root, Jeff Sharkey, Torne Wuff, Paul Evans
Download this app if: you need an open-source Secure Shell (SSH) client.


Developer Notes


Pretty much the best free SSH client out there — The only tricky part is using the software without a hardware keyboard. I found I had to use the swype keyboard and access the arrow keys to make it useful for accessing bash shells. That, and learning the alternative Ctrl-key sequences is a must. e.g. Ctrl+i for a tab needed for tab-completion.