Simple online hex viewer that provides other useful functions beside the hex view. With them you can calculate different hash functions, export the hex view and also display the frequency distribution of the byte values.
Synchronises the content of two Apple Mac computers or folders by scanning one and transferring modified files to the other. Once the transfer has completed, FileSync displays a list of all copied files. According to the manufacturer, it works best with locally-mounted drives.
Analyses and compares folder content. Works with binary, image and text files and can automatically compare Office documents (MS Office, OpenDocument, RTF). Can synchronise file versions, for example, for source code management.
Extracts files from HFS+ drives to a DMG image or a RAW file. Specially designed for users who are running Windows XP on an Intel Mac via Boot Camp because Windows XP can’t access HFS+ drives directly. Earlier HFS and HFSX drives are not supported. Fast and secure download from The H
Saves individual network configurations, such as VPN access data and iPhone mail accounts, on the Mac and transfers them to other iPhones so the same settings can be used. They’re transferred via XML profile files that contain all the iPhone's important device information and configurations. Also available as a Windows version.
Links the Mac OS X Finder with Subversion. From the context menu you can quickly call all the necessary information and the main Subversion commands and functions that you require. Also displays the status of the various files.
Provides a range of functions for finding and deleting duplicate files. Its options allow you to perform different comparisons, handle audio tags and create links and reports. Requires Cygwin to run under Windows.
Compresses files and folders into archives in different formats including GZIP, BZIP2 and ZIP, and as a Compressed Disk Image. System files such as DS_Store and custom icon files (Icon\r) aren’t archived, meaning archives can run on other operating systems without errors.
Makes the contents of an iPod accessible as normal, readable files, organised into hierarchical folders. Allows you, for example, to copy songs and other multimedia files from the iPod onto the computer as long as the iPod has disk use enabled. Also allows the user to browse their iPod library with the help of Spotlight.
Simple data synchronisation system in which the user saves files in the normal way and the program automatically stores them on a network server and from there delivers them to the required data media.