Today, the popular (and free!) file transfer application Cyberduck brings a big, important update. Version 4.0 provides the long-awaited native Windows support, while also adding new features like the ability to upload to several cloud storage services and support for files up to 5TB (yes, terabytes) in size.
Another neat feature is that Cyberduck can now manage your Google Docs, allowing you to upload files directly to your Google Docs account for conversion. This is great if you have a ton of docs you need to upload. Even images uploads are supported, and can be imported using optical character recognition (OCR). For all of Cyberduck's new features, be sure to check out the official changelog.