[prMac.com] Vienna, Austria – Incredible Bee today is proud to announce the release of Archiver 2.1, an update to its archive tool for OS X. Designed by Apple Design Award Winner Dietmar Kerschner, Archiver lets users open, create and convert archives, as well as split and combine files. Archiver 2.1 adds the ability to create archives in the RAR format.
When creating RAR archives, Archiver 2.1 offers a number of options for power users, such as encrypting archives with a password and selecting a compression level. The update also allows users to convert archives from other formats (such as ZIP) to RAR.
“We’re excited to bring this highly-requested feature to Archiver users”, says Ramon Huidobro, Chief Software Officer at Incredible Bee. “We tried to make installing the required third-party RAR plugin as effortless as possible, both in and out of the Mac App Store.”
* Smart drag-and-drop
* Reduce file and folder size with Zip, 7zip, Gzip, Bzip2, RAR compression
* Own compression format to shrink images and audio files
* Extract and convert all popular archive formats including RAR, StuffIt, Zip, and 7zip
* Preview archive contents
* Encrypt and password-protect sensitive files
* Split and combine files
* OS X Version 10.7 or higher
Pricing and Availability:
Archiver 2 is $19 (USD), and available as a free download from the Archiver website. It runs initially in a 14-day trial mode with all features active. This is a paid upgrade for registered Archiver or iArchiver users. A 25% discount will run for two weeks.Archiver 2.1
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Incredible Bee is a software company founded in 2006 by a group of Mac enthusiasts. Located in Vienna, Austria, our mission is to bring you apps for the Mac that are both easy and fun to use. Apps include Archiver, an archiving utility; Renamer, a batch file renamer; and MainMenu, a maintenance utility. Copyright (c) 2006-2013 Incredible Bee Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.
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