Prompt from Panic is probably not an app you’ll download just to muck around with and then forget. An SSH client is one of those things you either need and use a fair bit, or not at all.
Described by developer Panic as “a clean, crisp, and cheerful SSH client: it helps you when you need it, and stays out of your way when you don’t,” early reviewers seem to like it a lot.
Panic says the app is “for system administrators, web developers, movie-style hackers (‘Let me just TCP/IP into the UNIX port!’), or any person who needs to connect remotely and type some magic.”
It seems reasonably priced at US$4.99. Let us know if you’ve tried it.