Let’s be honest. All an SSH client really has to do is connect to your server, let you type some keys, and show you what comes back. Right?
If that’s all it takes, what makes Prompt so good? It all comes down to four things: making SSH accurate, fast, helpful, and secure.
Let’s start with accuracy. We’ve put a ton of work into our VT100 terminal compatibility. Cursor position, color, special characters, Emoji, you name it, Prompt should display it spot-on. And if it doesn’t, let us know, we’ll fix it.
What about speed? We make it one tap to connect to your favorite servers. And they even securely sync between your devices. You’ll get to work in record time.
Helpful? So very. We added a special keyboard bar that gives you useful, Terminal-y keys, and even allows you to customize it with your own favorites. There’s iOS-style autocomplete for your most-used commands.
Finally, security. Sure, you can use passwords, but we have comprehensive support for private keys—you can import them from your clipboard, or go the other direction and generate them in Prompt. You can also PIN lock Prompt so that it remains secure even if your device is unlocked. And yes, you can also lock Prompt with Touch ID.
There's so much still. TELNET support. Bluetooth keyboards. Agent forwarding. We do it all.
Prompt is probably what you’re looking for.
Professional-grade SSH at an entry-level price.
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Big questions, slower answers.
Yes! Your continued support allows us to keep working on this ever-useful app. Thank you!
Not currently. Due to the different server configurations possible in Transmit, we didn't feel ready to sync them with Prompt 2. Among the questions we faced:
Too many what-ifs kept us from including this functionality in Prompt 2.0, but we’re definitely considering it for the future.
Yes! Third-party keyboards are fully supported. It’s important to note, however, that we only have the ability to suppress auto-correct and predictive text on the native iOS keyboard. This could result in predictions of sensitive information within the terminal. Awkwardly, this is totally beyond our control. To ensure the security of your data, stick with the iOS keyboard while you’re in the terminal.
Oh yes. Arrow keys, text selection, and even all your most-used keyboard shortcuts: ⌘+Z, ⌘+S, and more.
In most cases, the Esc key does the same thing as the Alt key. Use it!
Yes. Tap and hold on the Esc key.
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