Element

Riot

Web site: element.io
Category: Network
Subcategory: Instant Messengers, VoIP
Platform: Android, iOS, Linux, OS X, Windows, Web client
License: Apache
Interface: GUI
Programing language: JavaScript, OjectiveC, Swift, Java, Kotlin
First release: 2016
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Element (previously: Vector and Riot) – a Matrix web client built using the Matrix React SDK. Matrix is an open network for secure, decentralized communication, connecting 18M+ users over 45K+ deployments.

Element is officially supported on the web in modern versions of Chrome, Firefox, and Safari. Other browsers may work, however official support is not provided.

Element has several tiers of support for different environments:
– Definition: Issues actively triaged, regressions block the release
– Last 2 major versions of Chrome, Firefox, and Safari on desktop OSes
– Latest release of official Element Desktop app on desktop OSes
– Desktop OSes means macOS, Windows, and Linux versions for desktop devices that are actively supported by the OS vendor and receive security updates

Telephone

Telephone

Web site: 64characters.com/telephone/
Category: Network
Subcategory: VoIP Clients
Platform: OS X
License: GPL
Interface: GUI
Programing language: Objective-C, Swift
First release: 2015 ?
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Telephone – a VoIP program which allows you to make phone calls over the internet. It can be used to call regular phones via any appropriate SIP provider. If your office or home phone works via SIP, you can use that phone number on your Mac anywhere you have decent internet connection.

Telephone Pro is a subscription that unlocks the full call history, allows 30 simultaneous calls, and supports app development. Please consider buying it to make ongoing development possible.

ForkLift

ForkLift

Web site: binarynights.com
Category: Network, Tools
Subcategory: File Transfer, File Managers
Platform: OS X
License: Proprietary
Interface: GUI
Programing language: Swift
First release: June 1, 2007

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ForkLift – a dual pane file manager and file transfer client for macOS.

Features:
– Connect to SFTP, FTP, WebDAV, Amazon S3, Backblaze B2, Google Drive, Rackspace CloudFiles, SMB, AFP, and NFS remote volumes
– Loads to a menu bar and lets you mount a saved remote connection as disk, upload files to a remote server from Finder by drag and drop, or run a saved Synclet even if ForkLift is not running
– Compare local or remote source and target folders identifying matching, modified, new and deleted files
– Synchronize files one or two-way with a single mouseclick, or save it as a favorite
– The preview panel shows you useful information about the selected file; it lets you playback audio and video files, inspect images, PDFs, and other popular document types
– You can do quick edits on a text file in place, both on local drives and remote servers
– Easily access your favorites, devices, menu commands, open a selected file with a desired application
– Multi Rename option lets you rename a large number of files on your local drives or remote servers
– Dropbox Support
– Organize your documents and files with tags
– Archive Management
– Make hidden files and folders visible easily by using a shortcut or pressing a button in the toolbar
– and much more…