Juice SSH

Normally $6.89, the Pro upgrade is free until Tuesday 18th March 11:00 GMT

Juice SSH is the best SSH client for Android. It's a full color terminal and ssh client, and even the free version has support for extras like Mosh and external keyboards. Add in the great connection manager, and you have an incredible remote administration tool for Android. The Pro upgrade takes things to another level with port forwarding, AES-256 encryption backups and a code snippet library for those long commands you have to type out often. It's well worth the normal price of $7 or so, but this weekend it's free.

To celebrate 500,000 users, the folks behind Juice SSH are offering the Pro license key to anyone and everyone. Simply install the app through the Google Play Store link above, then head to their promotion page and submit your email address. You'll be rewarded with a lifetime Pro upgrade that's tied to your Gmail account, and good for an unlimited number of machines. If you're thinking that's awesome, you're right because it is.

Juice SSH free!

If you need a tool like this, or are looking for a great local terminal, You need to jump on this.


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Get a free upgrade to JuiceSSH Pro this weekend


Not rooted yet, but I'm grabbing it for the future.

Posted via my SPARK enabled Sprint LG G2, with 32GBs of internal memory and no sdcard. (Bring on 4.4.2, I can handle it.)

Pro feature isn't saying free on the app. ($6.89)

Posted via my SPARK enabled Sprint LG G2, with 32GBs of internal memory and no sdcard. (Bring on 4.4.2, I can handle it.)

You'll get an email in a few hours with instructions die getting the upgrade.

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In the article: "then head to their promotion page and submit your email address."

Hit the link there to get hooked up. It's a great app, and I want everyn one who may need an SSH client to get it while it's free :P

+1 million for Jerry

Posted via my SPARK enabled Sprint LG G2, with 32GBs of internal memory and no sdcard. (Bring on 4.4.2, I can handle it.)


You really should see the crap I don't post. Sorry if honesty offends you

Closed source ssh apps make me nervous... the same as closed source password storage apps. Seems too risky that the app could steal/forward/leak passwords to sensitive systems and accounts. Being open source is no guarantee either, but it does seem more sensible. Not sure if anyone else feels this way.

I love open source but unless you're compiling it yourself it doesn't really matter :)

Installing on my BlackBerry Z10 now.

I'm a fan of open source too but that doesn't mean you can't find trust for a closed source developer. Especially a small indie (imho) and especially if they've worked to earn the trust of a tight community.
Closed or open source you need that trust. I mean really, are you examining the diffs on every upgrade? I know I'm not. Closed or open I'm gonna find out about the problem after the fact just like 90+% of the rest of the ppl. That same elite 2 or 3% that WILL scan diffs on open sources (usually for vulns if we're being honest) are also the same hats that will set up a sandbox and monitor network i/o looking for phoning home and other interactions etc, typically in the name of finding vulns.

Skepticism is good but that level of paranoia (in this case) might be a bit much..

Is this supposed to work in the UK? I already use the app but it just prompts me to pay for PRO features. Also it doesn't help that the Play Store is down right now.


"Due to the huge success of this promotion, we've hit our Amazon email limits of 10,000 outgoing emails/day. Please be patient while we work with Amazon to get this limit increased. You will still receive your free upgrade - it might just take a while. Thanks!"

Unfortunately I can't get it to accept my email address. Just getting "Error: Please try again later".

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Yeah, I tried again and it said I should expect an email between in about 8 hours.

Posted via my "Gift from God" Note 3, my "Blessed" iPad Mini 2, or my "Risen" Asus ROG"

I've tried three times now and have received neither an error nor an email. I hope I get a code since this is now expiring.

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