JuiceSSH - SSH Client
500,000 - 1,000,000 downloads
- Amount of features
- SSH management tools
- Several plugins
- One-off crashes in one-off devices
+ By Sonelli Ltd
The most complete terminal on Android
Sonelli Ltd's JuiceSSH is probably the most complete terminal on Android including SSH, Local Shell, Mosh and Telnet Support. It comes packed with a bunch of features that make all the difference: developer-friendly built-in keyboard, external keyboard support, gestures, multi SSH sessions alive in the background, themes, IPv6 support... and many many more.
Hands down, the amount of built-in features make it stand out, but also its user-friendly interface which supports multiple themes. The way it organizes connections by groups and the identity management are also killing features. It supports Ubuntu, RedHat, CentOS and other Linux distros.
Sorry, we couldn't find any relevant. The app is simply awesome.
- 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
- 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 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
- IPv6 support
- Password & OpenSSH private key support
- RSA key generator (encryption supported)
- 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
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, synchronise 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 (Android 3.0+).
- 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
For a detailed overview of this applications permissions and how each one is used in our ssh client please see http://sonelli.com/permissions
- Huge UI overhaul, UI and UX improvements galore
- No longer need to be a JuiceSSH Pro user to change terminal color schemes
- Enable autocorrect and swipe text input in the terminal by swiping our popup keyboard across (see: http://juicessh.com/swipe)
- Security lock now uses a PIN instead of making you type in your full encryption passphrase each time.
- Transparent status and navigation bars during terminal (KitKat+)
- TeamShare bug fixes
- Improved terminal gesture/press detection
Some lists where this application appears: Reviewed by Emmanuel Lund.
Some are questioning whether or not this app encrypts passwords during authentication. The ssh protocol is designed to only allow secure authentication. Anyone claiming otherwise is ignorant or spreading fear and propaganda.
Hands down, no adds, smooth, never crashes, easy even on small phones, simply the best. Thanks to the juice guys!
Something fishy activities happened tht never happened in earlier before after using it just once.but interface very good though..
Been looking for this for ages! It is and it does exactly what i wanted! Also works perfectly on my Samsung Galaxy S5 with the monitor plugging including ☺
Been using it for a while now as a monitoring tool and an 'I don't want to get out of bed to restart this service' tool. Handheld handyness for the sys-ad.
Great ssh client - window composition, special keys, all is done just right, even in default settings