StuffIt® Destinations - File Packaging & Delivery Made Simple!
StuffIt Destinations takes the work out of sending files. We rarely just want to compress files; we almost always want them to go somewhere, or to someone. StuffIt Destinations lets you drag and drop files onto any destination tile, where it packages the files and delivers them to a pre-set destination. Securely upload, access and share your files from anywhere, including Dropbox®, Google Drive® and Microsoft One Drive®. StuffIt is your one stop file transfer solution offering support for FTP, email, cloud storage integration, CD/DVD and more. StuffIt makes your files as mobile as you are!
√ Floating Destinations Tool Bar
Keep the StuffIt Destinations tool bar floating in a corner on your desktop and you'll have instant access to compress and send your files any way and anywhere you want them to go.
√ Create Personal Destination Tiles - Zip, StuffIt or Tar Compression
Add as many custom tiles as you want to the StuffIt Destinations toolbar. Just click on the "plus" button on the right and choose a destination type, an archive type, with or without encryption, and if you want to be notified when the action is complete you can also choose a notification option.
√ Cloud Services Integration
StuffIt Destinations now supports Dropbox®, Google Drive® and Microsoft OneDrive®, and automates the sending of archived content to these services. Easily upload your archives and files to your favorite cloud service.
√ StuffIt Destination Tiles can now be customized
Easily change the image, title, and description and get the look and feel and the functionality that you like.
Support for macOS High Sierra
Several bug fixes and performance improvements
Changed the Dropbox API to version 2
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
I really like the design and the interface, but it is crashing for me whenever I try to expand 7z files, and whenever I try to expand some other files types, it usually says it can’t access the folder the archive was in to save the expanded copy because it dosen’t have sufficient permission, and instead of asking me to enter my password, it just opens a save sheet, where it will let me save to the same folder it just said it couldn’t access? Not sure what’s going on there.
No Legacy Support?
Let's be real, .sit archives are completely obsolete. The only reason to still use Stuffit is for old .sit achives or because you don't know that newer formats exist.
That being said, I am shocked that there is no way to create .sit archives. I can only create the newer .sitx archive. The description doesn't mention this.
The only reason I got this app was to create old .sit files for transfer to my classic retro macs. Let me know if I am wrong about this. Otherwise, I will probably be opting for a refund.
1 extra star because if you are using it for the supported filetypes, the interface is actually pretty good.
Needs Legacy Support
The people who searched for Stuffit are looking to create Dropstuff SIT archives. Likely for use with old Macs. Please, for $8, add legacy support so we can create SIT archives. Data forks are no longer any issue unless youre working with old Macs that cannot expand a SITX file, so please youre the right holders to the Stuffit brand, only you can help us by adding SIT support.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.