CocoaZip
CocoaZip
3.0

5.0

CocoaZip free download for Mac

CocoaZip

3.0
31 May 2006

Zip, gzip, tar, and compress utility.

Overview

CocoaZip allows you to easily compress and decompress your files, making it easy to share pictures, documents, or anything else via email or any other network transfer. Just drag your files in, hit a button, and get a single file ready to drag wherever you like! CocoaZip supports zip, tarball, gzip, bzip2, and UNIX compression and decompression.

What's new in CocoaZip

Version 3.0:
  • Completely rewritten program!
  • New, extremely simple UI
  • Drag-and-drop
  • Documentation/help

Join over 500,000 subscribers.

Subscribe for our newsletter with best Mac offers from MacUpdate.

10 CocoaZip Reviews

Rate this app:

macroxx-ultra
02 June 2006

Most helpful

Finally Cocoazip has a nice interface and is easy to use. I use MacOS 10.3.9 and Cocoazip does not delete the temporay zip files which it creates in the /private/tmp folder. It would be good if it could do that in the next version. :-)
Like (1)
Version 3.0
Dalahast
15 March 2009
Why does it beep every time I drop something in?
Like
Version 3.0
Azizane
21 October 2006
great software! does the job quick and clean and is very stable on my macbook pro 10.4.8
Like
Version 3.0
Bucho
18 October 2006
Anyone have a working download link? The link provided seems to be dead.
Like
Version 3.0
macroxx-ultra
02 June 2006
Finally Cocoazip has a nice interface and is easy to use. I use MacOS 10.3.9 and Cocoazip does not delete the temporay zip files which it creates in the /private/tmp folder. It would be good if it could do that in the next version. :-)
Like (1)
Version 3.0
Anonymous
21 April 2005
Don't know what happened, but it didn't do what it was supposed to. Try something else...
Like
Version 2.0
Anonymous
22 February 2005
This program works, I think it could use a few more features. A progress dialog on the "Folder" tar screen would be handy for backing up large directories to a remote location. Also, having the option to tar, then gzip a directory would be nice too.
Like
Version 2.0
Anonymous
17 January 2005
Terribly sorry about the mess. The last project I did was pre-XTools, and I didn't realize how they seperate out the deployment builds so the compiler will run faster while debugging. The program is now up and operating, sorry for the convenience!
Like
Version 2.0
Anonymous
16 January 2005
Doesn't run. Console output: ZeroLink: could not load .o file: /Users/stephenrudolph/Apps/CocoaZip 2/build/CocoaZip 2.build/CocoaZip 2.build/Objects-normal/ppc/main.ob ZeroLink: could not load .o file: /Users/stephenrudolph/Apps/CocoaZip 2/build/CocoaZip 2.build/CocoaZip 2.build/Objects-normal/ppc/MyResponder.ob ZeroLink: unknown symbol '_main'
Like
Version 2.0
1 answer(s)
Anonymous
Anonymous
16 January 2005
Developer evidently doesn't always remember to build a deployment version.
Like
Version 2.0
Anonymous
07 October 2004
The Finder's "Create Archive" (Zip) option is really not reliable with non OS X systems. I believe it can even have problems with OS X 10.2 or previous. 10.3 is really the only one you can count on opeing them without trouble. I know Windows can find them unreadable. That said, I think this app would be fine for users that dont want to use the command line. I imagine its just a GUI front end for the built in Unix commands. I am grateful every time somone writes a command line front end & saves me more trouble.
Like
Version 1.1
2 answer(s)
Anonymous
Anonymous
11 October 2004
> I imagine its just a GUI front end for the built in Unix commands. Smart thinking, Sherlock. > I am grateful every time somone writes a command line front end & saves me more trouble. Why don't you show your gratitude by learning a bit of Unix, you slob?
Like
Version 1.1
L66
L66
16 December 2004
>Why don't you show your gratitude by >learning a bit of Unix, you slob? I don't know how it is with you, but I didn't buy a mac to do my stuff with the terminal. Also, dragging a file in an "open" browser is a lot easier as typing the path and options manually. What's your problem, you don't like free GUIs for unix tools? Or do you want everyone to go back to the command-line age? It is not that you are forced to download and or use this tool, it is even freeware. Go bitch somewere else.
Like
Version 1.1
Anonymous
07 October 2004
First off, in some ways it is obsolete because Panther has a contextual menu zip in the finder and it can uncompress/zip/tar/etc any of these formats. However it is pretty good for those who aren't good with command-line stuff and want other compression techniques. Three requests: -I would like to see it also do bzip2. -ability to select "degree" of compression (fast-best) on the applicable methods. -just in the interest of completeness, why doesn't it untar or unzip?
Like
Version 1.1
Free

5.0

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.1.5 or later
Developer Website: 
Download(422 KB)MacUpdateInstall with MacUpdate

Downloaded & Installed 25,724 times