PaderSyncSSH – BlackBerry Finally Has Another Commercial SSH Client

PaderSyncSSH Awhile back Rove Mobile idiotically discontinued their very useful SSH app for BlackBerry leaving a big gap for SSH users like me. MidpSSH is great and up but it is limited in its use. We mentioned PaderSyncSSH while it was in beta but now it has been officially released. The price is a bit high at $24 on sale until Nov 15th but its much lower than Rove’s previous $99 option. I have not had a chance to put PaderSyncSSH through its paces but it looks pretty good so far. Check it out and let me know what you think! Hopefully PaderSyncSSH will remain in active development.

From the description:

PaderSyncSSH is a powerful SSH client for mobile devices. Use it to access your SSH/SFTP servers at home or at work with your mobile device. Connect multiple terminal windows to work directly on the SSH server, execute commands and manage the remote system. Solve problems while you are traveling and save a lot of time!

The integrated SFTP support allows you to browse the server’s file system and up- or download files and even complete directories. Use one-way folder synchronization to always get the latest files. Open remote files. They will automatically be downloaded and cached on your memory card before they are passed on to other applications.


  • VT100 terminal emulation.
  • Macro system for improved productivity.
  • SFTP file system access.
  • Automated one-way folder synchronization.
  • Browse, copy, move, rename, delete, open files and directories.
  • Bookmark system for convenient and fast connecting.
  • Password-protect access to the application.
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  1. Thanks for the heads-up, seems to work nicely on my 8830/BES. Still not as sexy as Rove’s stupidly discontinued app, much nicer than MidpSSH. It’s always annoying how much cheaper iPhone apps are, though. Hrmph.

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