HashTab 4+

John Bowers

    • 5.0 • 3 Ratings
    • Free



Hashtab, is the most popular utility for validating file checksums on Windows, and now it has come to OS X!

Hashtab is used by hundreds of thousands of people because it's easy, it's fast, and it works.

HashTab supports many hash algorithms such as CRC32, CRC64, MD5, SHA1, SHA2, SHA3, Keccak, RipeMD, Tiger, TigerTree, Gost, eD2K, BTIH and Whirlpool, and most importantly you can find the checksum of your file right where you need it. Right click on your file and you will see the "File Hashes" menu right there.

Hash your file, paste your checksum in the checksum field and see a green check if your file matches or a red X if the file has been corrupted.

What’s New

Version 6.0

New hash algorithms
Dozens of algorithms supported
Support for macOS Sierra
Bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
3 Ratings

3 Ratings

Andy Ma 0086 ,

It need add copy value function and mutil-languages

It need add copy value function and mutil-languages!

Blisshome ,

Love it on Windows—awaiting Sierra update for Mac OS X version

I love this utility on Windows and was happy to see it available for Mac OS X, but will have to wait for Sierra update. Wish I read rcastroanaya’s review before purchasing.

Jim Julian ,

Disappointed, Unfortunately

It pains me to write an average three-star review for a small developer with an otherwise good product. I use hashes all the time to validate files, command-line and otherwise, and was more than happy to pay a small fee for a Mac OS X program that has “right-click” functionality.

Here is the problem, and the big disappointment: you can’t right click and run two jobs on two files like you can in the Windows version. This is sad because one common use case is to compare two files in two locations.

I’m hoping that this very basic multitasking can be added in a future update. It works as described, otherwise. Don’t hesitate to buy this if this will still work for you.

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