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The Unarchiver is a small and easy to use program that can unarchive many different kinds of archive files. It will open common formats such as Zip, RAR (including v5), 7-zip, Tar, Gzip and Bzip2. It will also open many older formats, such as StuffIt, DiskDoubler, LZH, ARJ and ARC. It will even open other kinds of files, like ISO and BIN disc images, some Windows.EXE installers. The list is actually much longer - see the program homepage for the full list.

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The Unarchiver also tries to detect and correctly handle the filename encoding in the archives it opens, allowing you to open files from every part of the world without getting garbled filenames. The Unarchiver aims to be the only unarchiving program you will ever need, and to stay out of your way. However, if you want to browse the contents of archives, or if you want to support development of The Unarchiver, look for 'The Archive Browser' on the Mac App Store, or go to It lets you browse and preview archive contents, and find out information about archives! Also, if you need to open archives on your iPad or iPhone, look for 'Archives' on the App Store, or go to It is based on The Unarchiver, and lets you easily handle Archives on iOS!.

WARNING: There is a known bug where.tar.gz files do not extract correctly in 3.9. Please wait for Apple to approve 3.9.1 before upgrading if this is a problem for you. The Archive Browser for Mac OS X and Archives for iOS have also been updated! Look for them in the App Stores!.

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Add Dutch translation. Add support for PMA files.

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Better support for broken Zip files. Fixed bugs in handling of NSIS and MSI files. Fixed a bug where minimizing the window could make it remain open after extracting. Tiny interface tweaks. 3.8 Jul 9, 2013. The Archive Browser and Archives for iOS have also been updated!.

If you are having problems with The Unarchiver only showing its preferences window and not unpacking files, update Typinator, Default Folder X or SwitchResX, as these programs are the cause of this problem. Added support for the Internet Archive WARC format. Fixed the 'Never create folder' option, which had accidentally been disabled. Fixed a bug in Polish translation that made Polish version crash sometimes. Fixed a bug that caused file formats to not be unselectable in the file type list. Fixed bugs in XAR/.pkg, CAB, HQX and Compress. Fixed a few more rare bugs and crashes.

3.5.1 Nov 29, 2012. 3.5.1: Fixed a bug that made the app fail to launch on 10.6 and 10.7. Terribly sorry that this took so long to get fixed, but Apple took over a week and a half to approve this bugfix. 3.5.1: Fixed another sandbox bug that caused archives on remote volumes to fail to open. Added support for password-protected 7z files.

Added an experimental AppleScript interface. Added a progress bar overlay on the dock icon. Chinese translation. Handle files opened from Mail.app better. Better support for very old StuffIt archives, including password-protected ones. Fixed a bug where the app might stop launching at all under rare circumstances. Fixed some crashes on old OS X versions.

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Various bugfixes for PDF, hqx, sitx. The Archive Browser (and Archives.app (have also been updated!. 3.5 Nov 16, 2012. WARNING: There is apparently a bug that causes this version to not work on 10.7 and 10.6. If you are not running Mountain Lion, do not update!

A fix will be available when Apple approves it. If you are having trouble, try downloading this version:. The Archive Browser (and Archives.app (have also been updated!. Added support for password-protected 7z files.

Added an experimental AppleScript interface. Added a progress bar overlay on the dock icon. Chinese translation. Handle files opened from Mail.app better. Better support for very old StuffIt archives, including password-protected ones. Fixed a bug where the app might stop launching at all under rare circumstances.

Fixed some crashes on old OS X versions. Various bugfixes for PDF, hqx, sitx.

3.4 Oct 10, 2012. Updated to support Apple's new stricter sandboxing rules. This means the program will need to nag the user more often, but should also mean that extraction should work better in non-standard locations. May also have introduced new bugs, so be careful and report any problems. Support for extracting bitmap images from PDF files.

Support for AppleSingle files. Arabic and Norwegian translations. The Archive Browser has also been updated! Look for it on the Mac App Store. 3.2 May 9, 2012.

Note: There seems to be a bug that causes crashes when opening Zip files on 10.6. If you are running 10.6, consider waiting until the next version to update. If you are running 10.7, everything should work. The Archive Browser is now available. Find it on the Mac App Store!. Support for WinZip Zipx.

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Support for extracting images and sounds from Flash SWF files. Support for various Unix formats, such as ar and deb.

Support for more CD and DVD image formats, such as MDF, NRG and CDI. Better support for Zip64 (large zip files) and extended attributes. Better support for 7z (self-extracting files, and LZMA2).

Better support for some old formats, like LBR, StuffIt and DiskDoubler. Lots of bugfixes.

Unfortunately, there are now less translations available. All the translations of The Unarchiver are submitted by volunteers, and I now need more volunteers to translate it into more languages!

If you'd like to see it in your language, please submit a translation!. 2.7 Apr 14, 2011. Skarasu Until this version 3.1.2 it was a 5 star now maybe 4 Then they had a problem with 3.11.2, which they think they fixed in 3.11.3. However there are more problems with version 3.11.3. Before the last two versions, I could choose ‘Compress “some directory”’ from the finder menu, and then few minutes later I could uncompress it by using “The Unarchiver”. Now, randomly I get a notofication about the encoding the compressed file uses. So i am temporarily using command line tools to do the operations.

BTW, there seems to be another bug that comes up if you select more than about 250 files from Finder and invoke “The Unarchiver”. Then somehow “The Unarchiver” memory gets corrupted, and the menus no longer work(e.g. Quit button disappears.) and the program hangs. Have to force quit it externally. I should mention Xee 3.5.3(marketed by the same company) inherited a bug in the new release, that it can no longer reliably read.cbr and.cbz(or.rar or.zip) files reliably either. Some pages show up as noise, where as other programs(like Comic Reader).

So on Xee I rolled back to 3.5.2. Skarasu Until this version 3.1.2 it was a 5 star now maybe 4 Then they had a problem with 3.11.2, which they think they fixed in 3.11.3. However there are more problems with version 3.11.3. Before the last two versions, I could choose ‘Compress “some directory”’ from the finder menu, and then few minutes later I could uncompress it by using “The Unarchiver”. Now, randomly I get a notofication about the encoding the compressed file uses. So i am temporarily using command line tools to do the operations.

BTW, there seems to be another bug that comes up if you select more than about 250 files from Finder and invoke “The Unarchiver”. Then somehow “The Unarchiver” memory gets corrupted, and the menus no longer work(e.g. Quit button disappears.) and the program hangs. Have to force quit it externally. I should mention Xee 3.5.3(marketed by the same company) inherited a bug in the new release, that it can no longer reliably read.cbr and.cbz(or.rar or.zip) files reliably either.

Some pages show up as noise, where as other programs(like Comic Reader). So on Xee I rolled back to 3.5.2. Pakalolobudz Simply the Best Available I have used over 7 apps to unzip unrar and other compressed files. This App is simple and allows several files to be opened at once. The Unarchiver also allows multiple files with the same password to be opened together while having to only input password once. Broken files are also allowed to continue as long as you don’t mind having the parts that are missing/broken show up as incomplete.

You’ll save yourself time and frustration if you switch to this app. Pakalolobudz Simply the Best Available I have used over 7 apps to unzip unrar and other compressed files.

This App is simple and allows several files to be opened at once. The Unarchiver also allows multiple files with the same password to be opened together while having to only input password once. Broken files are also allowed to continue as long as you don’t mind having the parts that are missing/broken show up as incomplete. You’ll save yourself time and frustration if you switch to this app. Kevlar1 Indispensible, especially for non-English environment There are several utilities that can uncompress files (zip, rar, etc.) However, where this free utility really shines is its ability to detect encoding of various file names and guessing them.

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For example, when I receive zip files with file names in Korean or Japanese, standard unarchiving utility in Mac makes all the file names illegible. This utility can detect and guess (often correctly) what names of those files should have been. I have used this app for many years and this app still remains the best. Kevlar1 Indispensible, especially for non-English environment There are several utilities that can uncompress files (zip, rar, etc.) However, where this free utility really shines is its ability to detect encoding of various file names and guessing them. For example, when I receive zip files with file names in Korean or Japanese, standard unarchiving utility in Mac makes all the file names illegible.

This utility can detect and guess (often correctly) what names of those files should have been. I have used this app for many years and this app still remains the best.

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