iPack free download for Mac


14 March 2020

Full-featured compressed-archive manager.


iPack is a full-featured compressed archives manager.

  • Compress 7z, zip, jar, and rar archives
  • Decompress 7z, zip, jar, rar, cab, iso, arj, gz and bz2 archives
  • NEW! Integration with Finder: compress files in Finder directly
  • Quick preview files without extracting them
  • Conversion from 7z/zip/rar/gz/bz2 to 7z/zip/rar formats
  • Quick archive decompression by dragging files to the drop basket
  • NEW! Take advantage of the power of multicore CPU: iPack works at least 100% faster when you have 2011 Macs.
  • Superb speed benefited by 64-bit computing power
  • Full support of international file names (especially Chinese, Japanese and Korean file names created by old archivers)
  • Full support of password-protected archives
  • Full support of drag and drop
  • Multi-volumed archives support
  • Search file names inside archives with fancy highlight effect

What's new in iPack

Version 2.3.5:
  • Text color adjustments in Dark Mode.
  • Progress not updated when extracting RAR archives.
  • Possible crash when asking whether to overwrite existing items.
  • Crash when overwriting items from tar files.
  • Support quick preview of files inside RAR 5 archives.
  • Don't warn about the file is modified when more than one operations are applied to the archive.

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How would you rate iPack app?

7 Reviews of iPack

13 September 2014
Version: 2.1.2

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Paid full version crashes on launch. Here is the error log http://pastebin.com/2ySiUNsp Thanks.
13 September 2014
Version: 2.1.2
Paid full version crashes on launch. Here is the error log http://pastebin.com/2ySiUNsp Thanks.
11 February 2013
Version: 2.0.7
I'm very disappointed that its "Convert" does not work -- I want my money back!!! It also becomes unresponsive (hangs) when doing various things, such as .7z archives and Convert. It is slower than Keka at .7z archiving and also has fewer options. I also do not like how it requires a window showing the archive open which can take some time even when you only care about drag & drop compression & extraction. I recommend Keka, which is free, instead.
20 March 2012
Version: 1.95
I love this program, just wanted to alert people that want/need to create RAR files, iPack can't do this out of the box (although from the description it looks like it can). You still need RARLABs rar binary for OSX, which sells at US$30
04 August 2011
Version: 1.60
Why not make it easier to extract the archive to the folder it's in? An option to double click on it and it extracts automatically or something. Now you have to open the program and drag it on the drop basket
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05 July 2011
Version: 1.50
haha this is great, out of my own experience i feel obligated to admonish that this application is entirely identical to the other version created by the developer, "ipackr." I had been perplexed as to what the differences of the two were while I was searching for a simple gui for compression rather than using command line, and until recently when the application was released free for a limited time, I was still left without answers. It wasn't until I had both applications open in a double pane view when I realized the extent of their similarity. In conclusion, the application gets the job done efficiently, however, I feel consumers should should be more aware of how the applications are distinguished in more extensive detail
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30 May 2011
Version: 1.02
i tried the free version just to see how it is and it is really pretty good, couple of small bugs, but doesn't really do anything that izip can't do faster, regarding compressing and uncompressing, worth the price though i suppose
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28 April 2011
Version: 1.00
Compression utilities are things that should be able to be demo'd prior to purchase. There are dozens available and everyone has different taste as far as what they like about each one. Speed, interface, and preferences vary considerably. So to expect people to plop down money without a chance to take it out for a test drive is unreasonable.
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