Rename Now
Rename Now
1.0

0.0

Rename Now free download for Mac

Rename Now

1.0
08 January 2010

Rename batch files/folders.

Overview

Rename Now is designed to rename batch files and folders in your way. It allows the users to rename files, folders and even filename extensions by naming with numbers, replacing old names, insert characters or sorting in specific order. Simple and yet helpful program to rename multiple files quickly and conveniently thereby saving them in a clear way!

The standard version has basic but key features and cheaper cost.

  • Rename batch any files, folders and even filename extensions.
  • Recursive function to efficiently save your time.
  • Replace strings in your filenames.
  • Insert any strings in your filenames.
  • Add counters to your filenames (file01.dat, file02.dat, file03.dat,¡­)
  • Preview the new filenames automatically to show the updates timely.
  • Sort filenames and related information into numerical orders.

What's new in Rename Now

Version 1.0 (dev shows 2.0):
  • Add change case function.

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2 Rename Now Reviews

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Psychos
19 December 2009

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Seriously? $20 for an app that does less than what I can do in a for loop in a shell in about 10 seconds? Yes, it has a GUI, and not everyone wants to dig into the Unix layer, but there are plenty of free apps that do the same. How about some original functionality? Here's one, just off the top of my head: examine the innards of various file formats to rename things. (Say, rename a bunch of generic pictures based on the EXIF date. Sure, I can do that in about 5 seconds using jhead, but that might make your software worth $0.99 instead of $0.00 to folks who want to avoid the shell.) Certainly someone spending a little while longer thinking about it might come up with other things that might justify spending TWENTY DOLLARS on a piece of rather simple software that renames files.
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Version 1.0
Daisy-li
29 January 2010
Very nice utility.Seems quite powerful and flexible. Renamed over 700 files in about 30 seconds, so I'm happy with the speed. Also, I was able to use it even without reading the manual.Really easy to use~
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Version 1.2.2
Psychos
19 December 2009
Seriously? $20 for an app that does less than what I can do in a for loop in a shell in about 10 seconds? Yes, it has a GUI, and not everyone wants to dig into the Unix layer, but there are plenty of free apps that do the same. How about some original functionality? Here's one, just off the top of my head: examine the innards of various file formats to rename things. (Say, rename a bunch of generic pictures based on the EXIF date. Sure, I can do that in about 5 seconds using jhead, but that might make your software worth $0.99 instead of $0.00 to folks who want to avoid the shell.) Certainly someone spending a little while longer thinking about it might come up with other things that might justify spending TWENTY DOLLARS on a piece of rather simple software that renames files.
Like (1)
Version 1.0
5 answer(s)
Donkey'S-Butt
Donkey'S-Butt
19 December 2009
If you have problems with its features and the price, shouldn't you at least download the application and use it instead of judging it by reading the description and seeing the screenshot?
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Version 1.0
Psychos
Psychos
19 December 2009
I read the description, looked at the screenshot, and visited the developer's website to see more of the same. As you'll notice, I posted a comment, not a review. It would, of course, be inappropriate to post a review without having downloaded and fully reviewed this product. I believe this to be quite fair; I would not want to take the time to install something like this that seems fairly worthless to me, yet I'd still like to provide my input. Thus, I can leave a comment without affecting the product's rating by those who have fully reviewed it. If you don't like reading critical commentary, then perhaps you should just ignore comments/reviews/etc altogether.
Like (4)
Version 1.0
@timi
@timi
19 December 2009
You don't even need to be proficient in shell to get this functionality for free easily. Anyone can already do this, it's called AUTOMATOR Apple makes it, and it's already installed on your system.
Like (2)
Version 1.0
Markmarksoft
Markmarksoft
21 December 2009
Thanks for your comments. Our products are designed to simplify your files management and resolve your problems in a simple and convenient way.We feel so sorry that our softwares are unable to assist you in that way. We will keep perfecting our products and services. Thanks again for your feedback!
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Version 1.0
Big Johnson
Big Johnson
12 September 2011
The vast majority of Mac users aren't capable of creating scripts or a "loop in a shell" or whatever it takes to perform the task at hand. Heck, even the user's Library is hidden by default in Lion because Apple thinks most users shouldn't be poking around in there. Do you really think those same users can create a script that will do everything this app can do? We're not all master programmers like you seem to think you are. Sure, it could be cheaper, but I don't think $19 is too much for something that could save many hours of time and aggravation. I've used a similar app for renaming thousands of files, and I'm sure glad to have it!
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App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.5.8 or later
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