iPack 4+

Little Big Monster Inc.

    • 2.6 • 5 Ratings
    • $3.99

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Description

iPack is a full-featured compressed archives manager.

Highlights:

- Compress 7z, zip, jar, and rar archives
- Decompress 7z, zip, jar, rar, cab, deb, iso, arj, gz and bz2 archives
- NEW! Integration with Finder: compress and decompress files in Finder directly
- Quick preview files without extracting them
- Conversion from 7z/zip/rar/gz/bz2 to 7z/zip/rar formats
- Quick archive decompression by dragging files to the drop basket
- Take advantage of the power of multicore CPU: iPack works at least 100% faster when you have 2011 Macs.
- Superb speed benefited by 64-bit computing power
- Full support of international file names (especially Chinese, Japanese and Korean file names created by old archivers)
- Full support of password-protected archives
- Full support of drag and drop
- Multi-volumed archives support
- Search file names inside archives

NOTE:

(1) You must own a valid copy of rar to use rar compression. Rar decompression doesn't require it.

(2) When you compress to multiple volumes or open split volumes, you need to specify the folder of all volumes again.

What’s New

Version 2.3.5

Version 2.3 series supports the Dark Mode of macOS Mojave and Catalina.

* Fixed: text color adjustments in Dark Mode.
* Fixed: progress not updated when extracting RAR archives.
* Fixed: possible crash when asking whether to overwrite existing items.
* Improved: support quick preview of files inside RAR 5 archives.
* Improved: don't warn about the file is modified when more than one operations are applied to the archive.
* Fixed: crash when overwriting items from tar files.

Ratings and Reviews

2.6 out of 5
5 Ratings

5 Ratings

MicroDev ,

Doesn't work well with 7-Zip

Simply stops compressing with no error or warning when using 7-Zip. Worked successfully with Zip when compressing an 8GB Virtual Machine directory. Took several hours to compress the 8GB test on a MacBook Pro with a 2.8Ghz Core i7 on an SSD drive. When using Zip, it was able to compress down to 4.6GB. Using BetterZip, the compression was much better (and faster) using 7-Zip. The 7-Zip compression yeilded a file of only 3.27GB in size (29% smaller). The interface is pretty simplistic with crowded preferences which would be better served by separating options into separate tabs. For the money, for password protected Zips, I think it's probably worth the cost. However BetterZip performs better and has a more complete interface but BetterZips price makes it a very poor value.

Hobbes and Calvin ,

Not the best

I'd go with BetterZip instead of this one. The user interface layout is blatantly copied, and BetterZip came first. In addition, Betterzip supports more filetypes (.isos, for instance). Finally, BetterZip has much better looking icons for compressed files. It does everything it says, but there's a much better option.

iammeat ,

A very useful tool

I use this all the time. My only complaint is regarding dragging and dropping of folders to the desktop. It never drops them where I put them, but instead puts them on the right below the last icon/item that was placed there, or in between other items if there was a space available. As I commonly use two or three screens, it means I need to hide all my windows first before I can open the folder, rather than being able to open it from where I dropped it.

Other than that, I'm very happy with iPack overall.

App Privacy

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Supports

  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.