When comparing Leap vs Finder.app, the Slant community recommends Leap for most people. In the question“What are the best Mac file managers?” Leap is ranked 4th while Finder.app is ranked 19th.
Ranked in these QuestionsQuestion Ranking
Pro Built-in search
Pro Straightforward interface
Comes with your system, and is updated alongside the rest of it, so it should never break suddenly or lag in terms of supported features. This is the finder most software will expect to find and use.
Finder is well-supported by Applescript and/or Automator.
Softpedia labels Vuze as adware due to including the Vuze toolbar and install promotional software.
Con Inappropriate Tor Implementation
Vuze includes Tor-support which is inappropriate for torrenting as clogs volunteer's bandwidth and exit nodes by default block standard BitTorrent ports.
Con Only Supports Windows
Does not support other operating systems.
Con Not Open-Source/Libre
Is proprietary software.
Con Inactive Development
Latest release is from 2017.
Con Very few features
Need for a lot of external tools.
Con No cut option in context menu
Con No right click > create new folder option
Con Write index hidden files to all external storages you connect to
Con Sorts folders between files in some settings
Folders and sorting gets weird in some cases.
Con subfolders side-by-side but no file details
The side-by-side view of several sub folders is useful for many people, but in this view you loose all file details.