EtreZip
EtreZip
1.0.2

0.5

EtreZip free download for Mac

EtreZip

1.0.2
30 August 2014

Open ZIP files directly in the Finder and more.

Overview

EtreZip allows you to open ZIP files directly in the Finder. After opening a ZIP file with EtreZip, you can access the ZIP file as if it were a network drive.

EtreZip provides full read and write access to the ZIP file without having to recompress. It also brings the latest OS X document-based technologies like autosave and versioning to ZIP files while supporting the latest OS X application features like automatic termination and sudden termination so that it gets out of your way when you don’t need it.

EtreZip does not require your administrator password to install. EtreZip does not require kernel extensions that can crash or destabilize your machine. EtreZip keeps .DS_Store files and __MACOSX folders out of ZIP files (unless you want them there). EtreZip’s ZIP files are fully compatible with the the native ZIP software in OS X. EtreZip supports Finder ZIP files larger than 4 GB and the new ZIP 64 standard. EtreZip opens not just ZIP files. It also opens any document type like EPUB or DOCX that is actually a ZIP in disguise. EtreZip includes a QuickLook plug-in to display the contents of any ZIP file by pressing the space bar in the Finder or any application’s file open dialog.

What's new in EtreZip

Version 1.0.2:
  • Improved help
  • Improved QuickLook

2 EtreZip Reviews

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22soft
05 September 2014

Most helpful

What for? If you have spare $9.99 so you can.
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Version 1.0.2
22soft
05 September 2014
What for? If you have spare $9.99 so you can.
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Version 1.0.2
GeogProf
26 December 2013
Ridiculous. There’s more than a dozen apps that do this for free and dozens more that do it for far, far less than $10. Just do a search on ‘zip’, choose one and avoid paying these greedy wankers.
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Version 1.0.1
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Cerniuk (Hates Captcha)
Cerniuk (Hates Captcha)
04 January 2019
Please do relay other apps that will mount a zip archive directly in the macOS finder and make it act like a regular disk drive with read and write access.

Zipster was the only other one that I am aware of and while it works 'sorta' it is not supported anymore and has some bugs.
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$9.99

0.5

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • OS X 10.8.0 or later
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