iHash 4+

Easy verify downloaded file

Dariusz Topolski

    • 4.5 • 51 Ratings
    • Free



Simply drop a file into the app or start writing to obtain the hash.

This app is great for check file integrity that downloaded from the internet.

[NEW] Now you can get hash from your text!

It’s easy, it’s fast and it works.

You can drop big files.

iHash is a powerful and very easy to use application designed for calculating hash value for any single file. It allows you to verify that downloaded files are not corrupted or otherwise unusable before you burn them to disc or host them on your file server.

iHash support algorithms:
* MD2
* MD4
* MD5
* SHA1
* SHA224
* SHA256
* SHA384
* SHA512

You can verify file downloaded from internet.
Before you send file to someone else, you can calculate the file hash code, and then publish, so that others can verify received file is complete.

What’s New

Version 2.0.6

- New icon
- Darker view in dark mode
- Trim all whitespaces and newlines
- Support for macOS Big Sur

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
51 Ratings

51 Ratings

MOT_from_ATL ,

Getting to be quite good!

For my particular use-case, it would be helpful if this otherwise excellent tool would ignore whitespace in pasted hashes for the comparison tool. For a specific example, when I paste hashes from keepass.info, Keepass puts whitespace for every 64 bits. I have to cut out that whitespace, but otherwise this tools works VERY nicely!

drukepple ,

No case-insensitive match?

Wow, what an oversight: I pasted in an uppercase version of my MD5, and iHash generated a lowercase version of the MD5…it was a match, technically, but iHash claimed it wasn’t because I had capital letters and it created lowercase letters. Kind of appalled that the developers never even considered that an MD5 could be written with uppercase letters.

I have other niggles over the interface: I pasted in my MD5 while a large file was still processing, and iHash gave me the “X” indicating it wasn’t a match…seems like it should know that the file was in-process and maybe held off judgment. Further, once the file completed and the MD5 was actually a match, the “X” remained until I cut and paste my MD5 back in.

The activated button looks disabled. I thought I was maybe generating everything but MD2 when I first tried the app; along those lines, would be great if iHash just generated all of the MDx/SHAx values at once, so you don’t have to preselect.

The drop operation sends the icon back to the Finder, making it look like the drop didn’t work.

I can live with the UI problems, but the case-sensitive match is just silly, the only reason this is a two-star app.

Morinehtar ,


That is the quickest I have ever checked a hash. It will save me a lot of time in the long run. It also makes user error less likely. I opened iHash selected sha256, dropped the file in the box and copy and pasted the hash from the website. Immediately got a check mark. It took me less time than writing this review.

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