JuiceSSH - SSH Client APK

JuiceSSH - SSH Client
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The all in one terminal client for Android including SSH, Local Shell, Mosh and Telnet support.

Features:
- Full color terminal / ssh client
- Popup keyboard with all those normally hard to find characters
- Use the volume keys to quickly change font size
- External keyboard support
- Gestures for irssi, weechat, tmux and screen
- Community and third party plugins
- Official Mosh support (http://mosh.mit.edu)
- Telnet support
- Local Android terminal support
- Dark, Light, 80's hacker, Molokai, Solarized Dark and Solarized Light terminal color themes
For an overview of solarized color scheme and why it rocks for terminal usage check out http://ethanschoonover.com/solarized
- Click URLs to open in a browser
- Copy & Paste within sessions
- Save / Share SSH transcripts
- UTF-8 character support
- Easily organize your connections by group
- Keep multiple SSH sessions running in the background
- Seamlessly connect 'via' other SSH connections with one click
- Immediate access when you open the app to your frequently used connections
- IPv6 support
- Password & OpenSSH private key support (ed25519, ECDSA, RSA and DSA)
- SSH key generator (optional passphrase encryption supported)
- Identities (users/password/keys) are abstracted from connections. Instead of updating every connection when you change your password - just update the identity and any connections linked to it will use the new password/key.
- zlib compression to improve SSH sessions on high latency connections


Pro Features (optional in-app purchase):
- Quick and easy port forwards that can be connected to via the app or widget and can automatically open in a browser if required.
- Integrate with Amazon AWS / EC2, synchronize connections and automatically group servers based on their class or security groups.
- Securely keep everything in sync between multiple devices
- Automated AES-256 encrypted backups of all of your connections and settings
- A beautiful widget for fast access to either your frequently used connections, or a specific group
- Team collaboration. Share your groups of connections with team members and start working together instead of separately.
- Handy snippets library for quick access to your frequently used commands
- Security lock to automatically protect JuiceSSH after a period of inactivity

JuiceSSH - SSH Client APK reviews


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Danny Meyer review Danny Meyer
I'm not an expert when it comes to Linux terminals but I know my way around it when I see one and use JuiceSSH to maintain a few Ubuntu boxes and my Ubuntu server and this app has all the tools I could possibly need to do just that. Great app, can't find anything wrong with it. (Though I'm still not comfortable including my Identities with the CloudSync, and probably never will be. But they let you decide what you actually want to sync... Sadly, that is NOT the norm these days!) Well done Sonelli!
anup nair review anup nair
JuiceSSH is very useful with Password based SSH connections. But key based login is a different story. I need to enter path manually. On my phone (not rooted), path is user friendly which is not accepted by the app. Smart search enlisted few keys but i couldn't see file names. If i chose 1, then to select another i've to search again. Takes the same time to search. Suggestion: provide browse-able means to select key file.
B Wilks review B Wilks
exactly the functionality and simplicity one would expect to find in a modern Linux terminal app. includes a few optional mobile ux perks like swipe between sessions and a "programmer keys" toolbar that augments whichever keyboard that's currently selected. I haven't looked at the cloudsyncing of sessions or EC2 accommodations.
Kshitij Gupta review Kshitij Gupta
This is the best ssh app I've used! Must try for anyone getting started with Cloud VMs! Just wondering, is it possible to set a background colour for the terminal window rather than the dark material green? It'd be great to have it just black or a shade of grey :P
Simurgh review Simurgh
Citrus! In addition, I can talk nicely to my BSDs/Raspis nicely enough with a combo of Juice and Oh-my-zsh, for functionality and aesthetic appeal. This is all that is required. Thanks! (So many egotist whinges in these reviews -- for a free app. "Entitlement much?, lol").
Mike Oxlong review Mike Oxlong
For all the time wasted playing about with many other telnet/ssh/console clients I wish I'd have found JuiceSSH sooner. Easily the best app out there. Well thought/laid out. Easy to grasp and master. Works flawlessly. The devs have made an awesome product with this one, for sure!
joe veryuncool review joe veryuncool
Awesome! I'd given up on Android SSH clients...then got a server alert on the bus. This app is actually usable! Easily usable! I don't need the pro features but will purchase anyway, because dev this good should be paid for. Cheers mate!
Topi Eronen review Topi Eronen
Decent SSH app with some features hidden behind paywalls. Doesn't send all keys correctly, and alt is broken altogether, so not that great with a custom keyboard (like Hacker's Keyboard or similar). Not really happy with Juice, so I'm gonna switch.
Juhani Paasonen review Juhani Paasonen
Needs more configurability. For example, the horizontal swipes should be freely mappable. There should be an option to swipe vertically from either edge of the screen and map these freely. A double tap, too, possibly in many locations. Since the app seems otherwise super nice, it's a shame that it's unbearable to use because of this kind of simple stuff.
Marko Matić review Marko Matić
Holly Google, this app works like a charm!!! I'm gonna buy the pro just to support you lifeless bastards that developed this... Pro sucks btw. Nothing special there. Maybe add abbility to change the stupid yellow color...?
Peter Harte review Peter Harte
Best available ssh client for Android. I can't think of anything to make it better. I use it on all my Android devices including a tablet with a wireless keyboard, making it look like super modern VT100. I think it's my favorite app on here.
Reinier van den Born review Reinier van den Born
App cannot be stopped: after killing connection and swiping app it still notifies me of existing conbection. Disconbect option has no effect. Notification canno be deleted...
Hendrik Beukes review Hendrik Beukes
It works with my Note 8. i abandoned this app on Note 4 before I read their fix below. It is very user friendly compared to other apps. My old comment ''''''''I have paid app.This app is unusable on note4 and note 2 with stylus. It will "type" letters of its own accord.(ssh to a linux machine and then open an ssh sesion from there to another client. The keyboard covers the session display with the prompt under the keyboard. Support can be accepted as non existent
Devocalypse Rez review Devocalypse Rez
Proper SSH clients e.g Xshell support multiple port forwards per SINGLE SSH session. Even if that's impossible on android, we need to at least be able to toggle multiple port forwards to the same server at the same time and without displaying the connection terminal log each time and waiting several seconds. Also your tasker plugin is trash.
A Google user review A Google user
I like it, it hasn't let me down. The one thing I hate is when I need to do a one-off connection as a different user or over a different poet I have to make a new identity and connection. A "quick connect" option where I can just type a user and an IP and just connect immediately would be nice.