Alternatives to MidpSSH for all platforms with any license

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Mobile

Tablet

Indie / Classic

Other Platforms

  • ConnectBot icon

    ConnectBot

    ConnectBot is a Secure Shell client for the Android platform. Its ultimate goal is to create a secure connection through which you can...

    Open Source Android

  • newTerm icon

    newTerm

    newTerm is the latest of a series of terminal products for the engineer needing a full function terminal. The terminal supports the...

    Commercial iPhone iPad

  • xCute icon

    xCute

    Sending commands to a server can be as simple as sending a text message to a friend. Remote SSH asynchronous execution. Results...

    Commercial iPhone iPad

  • Prompt icon

    Prompt

    Introducing Prompt: the best SSH client for your iPad or iPhone. Prompt is clean, crisp, and cheerful: the SSH client that helps...

    Commercial iPhone iPad

  • RapidSSH

    Rapid SSH is the powerful and complete IP terminal emulator for iPad and iPhone - supports SSHv1, v2, SSH Agent, Telnet, Raw, fully...

    Commercial iPhone iPad

  • pTerm icon

    pTerm

    pTerm provides an SSH, Telnet, and raw TCP client for your iPhone or iPod Touch! It is based on the popular desktop client...

    Commercial iPhone iPad

  • Better Terminal Emulator Pro icon

    Better Terminal Emulator Pro

    Harness the native Linux command-line potential of Android with this Terminal. BTEP is an advanced Terminal Emulator and SSH client...

    Commercial Android

  • PadersyncSSH Discontinued

    PaderSyncSSH is a powerful SSH client for mobile devices. You can use it to securely access your SSH servers at home or at work from...

    Free Android Java Mobile Blackberry

MidpSSH Comments

How are these alternatives?

Negative Comment by robsku
about MidpSSH Jun 2014

I'm questioning the right for these applications being listed as "Alternative to MidpSSH". They are SSH-clients for sure, but no more they can than MidpSSH can be suggested as alternative to any of them. In general.

There is specific case when the alternative is searched for another OS for application you used on different OS. But generally when one is looking for alternative, it should be alternative for the major points the software offers. In case of MidpSSH it being an SSH-client is secondary - primary is that it's for dumbphones (how I hate that word, my Nokia C2 could wipe floor with most features compared to my first PC - it's a computer) supporting J2ME (Java Midlett) applications, and one looking for alternative to midpssh is likely not looking for desktop nor even android "smart"phone SSH-clients.

What I expected to see was J2ME SSH-clients for those mobile-phone computers considered "dumb" now - why would I look for MidpSSH "alternatives" for totally different platforms? If one knows MidpSSH I would be ready to bet my netbook that he knew to search for "SSH clients for J2ME" and has used from 1 to (n+1)^10 clients on personal computers also. Anyone looking for MidpSSH alternative is either looking for other J2ME SSH clients or he has specifically used search terms like "MidpSSH alternative for (android|iphone|windows phone)".

Just some friendly constructive criticism.

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