iGet

iGet for MAC – Mac-to-Mac file transfer tool. This app was created by NAKAHARA-INFORMATICS Inc. and yesterday updated into the latest version. Download this Internet Utilities app for free now on ForMacApps.com

 

iGet for MAC Latest Version

iGet for Mac: Free Download + Review [Latest Version]. Before you download the .dmg file, here we go some fact about iGet that maybe you want to need to know.

App Name iGet App
File Size 7.8 MB
Developer NAKAHARA-INFORMATICS
Update 2008-06-05
Version 2.7.1
Requirement Mac OS X 10.3.9
License Paid


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About iGet App for MAC

iGet is an inventive file transfer tool designed specifically for the Mac. It allows you to log into your account on any remote Mac and browse, find, and get the files you need. As easy to use as the best FTP clients, iGet is much more Mac-oriented: you can stop and resume file and folder transfers, and you see the real Mac icons and Finder labels for all your files as you browse. iGet can even put files into the Trash remotely.

With Spotlight searches that execute on the remote Mac, you can find anything quickly. Always-on strong SSH encryption keeps your data secure, and you never have to think about details like HFS metadata, resource forks, or unusual characters in your file names. With iGet, it just works. It’s designed to work well over virtually any kind of network connection, not just a fast LAN. This makes iGet a great tool for accessing your Macs over the Internet. And with it’s innovative “zero-setup” design, you don’t have to install any special software (not even iGet) on the remote Mac before connecting.

All this power is wrapped up in a smooth interface that is simple to use and supports all the great technologies that Mac users expect, including Automator, AppleScript, Bonjour, Spotlight, and the Keychain.

  • Fully supports Mac file features (resource forks, type/creator, HFS metadata, Finder flags, file packages, etc.)
  • Resumable file and folder transfers
  • Remote Spotlight searching!
  • Displays true Mac icons for remote files
  • No server software required-just iGet on your own Mac
  • 60 second learning curve
  • always on strong SSH encryption (now supports public key auth)
  • Bonjour, Automator, AppleScript and Keychain support
  • Optimized for excellent performance over real-world Internet connections, such as DSL, cable, and even dialup

New Features

Version 2.7.1:

Fixes and improvements in this version:

  • Corrected an issue where iGet could become confused about the state of the local network, and become unable to connect to other Macs via the “Local Network” browser. If this occurred, the New Connection window would remain stuck displaying the message “Resolving Bonjour address” until the connection was cancelled.
  • Fixed a bug that could cause iGet to list multiple entries for the same Mac in its local network browser.
  • Fixed a bug that would cause the Recent Connections list to malfunction after being sorted by username or address, whereby clicking on an item in the list would improperly result in a different item being selected.
  • Certain alert and warning messages have been edited for clarity.

Installing Apps on MAC

Most Mac OS applications downloaded from outside the App Store come inside a DMG file. Like if you wanna download iGet for mac from this page, you’ll directly get the .dmg installation file into your MAC.

  1. First, download the iGet .dmg installation file from the official link on above
  2. Double-click the DMG file to open it, and you’ll see a Finder window.
  3. Often these will include the application itself, some form of arrow, and a shortcut to the Applications folder.
  4. Simply drag the application’s icon to your Applications folder
  5. And you’re done: the iGet is now installed.
  6. When you’re done installing: just click the “Eject” arrow.
  7. Then you can feel free to delete the original DMG file: you don’t need it anymore.
  8. Now, enjoy iGet for MAC !

You don’t have to put your programs in the Applications folder, though: they’ll run from anywhere. Some people create a “Games” directory, to keep games separate from other applications. But Applications is the most convenient place to put things, so we suggest you just put everything there.

DMG files are mounted by your system, like a sort of virtual hard drive. When you’re done installing the application, it’s a good idea to unmount the DMG in Finder.
 

Uninstall Apps on MAC

Removing iGet apps is more than just moving them to the Trash — it’s completely uninstalling them. To completely uninstall a program on MacBook/iMac, you have to choose one of the options on below.

Method 1: Remove apps using Launchpad

Another manual way to delete iGet apps from your Mac is using the Launchpad. Here’s how it works:

  1. Click Launchpad icon in your Mac’s Dock.
  2. Find the iGet that you want to delete.
  3. Click and hold the iGet icon’s until it starts shaking.
  4. Click X in the top-left corner of the app icon.
  5. Click Delete.

Method 2: Delete MAC apps with CleanMyMac X

Now it’s time for the safe and quick app uninstalling option. There’s a safest way to uninstall iGet on Mac without searching all over your Mac, and that’s by using CleanMyMac X.

  1. Launch CleanMyMac X and click on Uninstaller in the left menu.
  2. Select the , you can either uninstall it or, if it’s not acting as it should, you can perform an Application Reset.
  3. Click on Uninstall or choose Application Reset at the top.
  4. Now that the application cleanup is complete, you can view a log of the removed items, or go back to your app list to uninstall more.
  5. And you’re done to remove iGet from your MAC!

 

iGet Alternative App for MAC

Here we go some list of an alternative/related app that you must try to install into your lovely MAC OSX

 
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