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Backup all your precious documents, photos, and music to our online data centre. Never lose your data again. Safe in the knowledge your important data is security protected. After initial upload only changes will then be uploaded. Requirements: Mac OS...

Ant Commander is a fully configurable file manager. Several file systems are suported: file, zip, ftp, and webdav. Several kinds of panels are available: directory table; directory tree, text editor, image viewer, html viewer, and command line. You can...

Dun

Dun 0.9.2

Dun is a tool to backup files to remote (FTP, SFTP, WebDAV, .mac) or local storage devices. It is especially designed for Mac OS X Leopard. Backup and restore operations can be easily done directly from the menubar with a single click.Easy Backup and...

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DiskStudio

DiskStudio 1.6.3

How often have you wished that you could change the partitioning scheme of your hard drive, but not wanted to go through the trouble of completely erasing and reinitializing your hard drive to do so? Now, using DiskStudio, you are able to do this plus...

File Matey

File Matey 1.1.2

File Matey is a user friendly file utility for the ordinary Mac user. It's advanced but at the same time very simple to use, allowing the user to take control of his files File Matey gives you the following: Change attributes like: Locked Hidden extension...

AB Transfer is a simple yet powerful tool to import contact data of external sources and Act! DBF files in the OS X address book. Includes mailbox scanner for Tiger: AB Transfer reads an Apple.Mail 'Messages' folder and scans all emails for all...

GPSy

GPSy 3.41

GPSy is a full featured Global Positioning Systems (GPS) software package for the Macintosh. GPSy can interface with practically any data-capable GPS unit on the market and provides a real-time moving map display with navigation features as well as...

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Rarify

Rarify 0.8.1

This is a very simple interface to the rar binary. And RAR is a popular compression format in the PC-side-of-the-life. Keep in mind that the RAR format won't support OSX-specific flags (ie, resource fork). For advanced options, use the rar binary in CLI...