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BetterZip 3.2.1 for Mac is available as a free download on our application library. The software is sometimes distributed under different names, such as "BetterZip 1.x SP", "BetterZip 1.x.x SP", "BetterZipBetterZip". You can launch this app on Mac OS X 10.6 or later.

The program lies within System Tools, more precisely File Compression. The common filenames for the application's installer are betterzip-2.3.zip, betterzip-2.3.1.zip, betterzip-2.3.2.zip, betterzip-2.3.4.zip, betterzip-2.2.zip, betterzip-2.2.1.zip or BetterZip-2.1.1.zip etc.

The following versions: 2.3, 2.2 and 2.0 are the most frequently downloaded ones by the program users. The bundle identifier for this application is com.macitbetter.betterzip. The file size of the latest setup package available for download is 11 MB. Our antivirus analysis shows that this Mac download is virus free. This Mac app is a product of Robert Rezabek.

BetterZip can create archives with these formats: ZIP, TAR, TGZ, TBZ, TXZ, 7-ZIP, and — using the external commandline utility — RAR.

The new Direct Mode lets you add files to archives without additional steps like saving. This is especially useful for large archives. You can also directly delete files from archives, rename files inside an archive, and move them around – all without recompressing.

BetterZip can currently open and extract over 30 archive formats including: ZIP, TAR, TGZ, TBZ, TXZ (new), 7-ZIP, RAR, Apple Disk Images (DMG), TNEF (winmail.dat), ARJ, LHA, LZH, ISO, CHM, CAB, CPIO/CPGZ, DEB, RPM, StuffIt's SIT, BinHex, MacBinary, ePub, JAR/WAR/EAR/SAR/PAR/WSR Java archives, CBZ/CBR e-books, GZip, BZip2, WIM.

You may want to check out more software for Mac, such as MagicMenu, WinZip Mac or iZip, which might be related to BetterZip.

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