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JuiceSSH

JuiceSSH

JuiceSSH is a full-color terminal and SSH client, that will connect right out of the box to any standard server.

JuiceSSH in Action JuiceSSH in action

Features:

  • Full colour 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
  • Copy & Paste within sessions
  • Save / Share SSH transcripts to Dropbox/Evernote/Email & SD card 
  • UTF-8 character support
  • Easily organise 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
  • Password & OpenSSH private key support
  • SSH key agent forwarding
  • Support for two-factor authentication (eg: Google Authenticator)
  • 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
  • Works out of the box with Ubuntu, RedHat, CentOS, Mint, Gentoo and all other flavours of Linux
  • zlib compression to improve SSH sessions on high latency connections
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Verdict:

JuiceSSH gets our strongest recommendation. With a good interface, useful pop-up keyboard, and multiple sessions running in the background, it ticks all the boxes. When a connection is lost, it would be good to see the final output of the session.

9/10

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