StuffIt Deluxe
StuffIt Deluxe
16.0.5
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StuffIt Deluxe free download for Mac

StuffIt Deluxe

Version 16.0.5

File compression tool.

StuffIt Deluxe overview

Note: This application is not being sold anymore. This listing is only for people with valid license information.

StuffIt Deluxe packages your files and sends them where you want them as easily as drag-and-drop. Need security? Destinations uses strong AES 256-bit encryption. Destinations combines DropStuff and StuffIt Expander into one powerful tool. It's an expansion tool that supports nearly any file type you download from the Internet or receive as an attachment. Destinations can create Apple Disk Images (.dmg), Zip (.zip), StuffIt X (.sitx), compressed Tar archives (.tbz2) and can upload and share files through our SendStuffNow file hosting service, your MobileMe iDisk, or FTP server. Compress files to CD/DVD or send compressed attachments. Tailor your Destination's tiles: Choose a destination, a compression format with or without encryption, and notification option. Then drag and drop a file onto a tile and it's off. Just set it once. Destinations is the newest member of the StuffIt Family for Mac, which includes free StuffIt Expander 2011, StuffIt 2011 and StuffIt Deluxe 2011.

StuffIt Deluxe enables you to work with a wide variety of compressed and encoded file formats. StuffIt can expand over 30 formats including RAR, 7zip, split and segmented archives. With StuffIt Deluxe, you can also browse archives, preview images and selectively extract just the files you want. StuffIt can even browse encoded archives and compressed tar files. You can extract individual files from tarballs in one step, no need to decompress it first.

Are you getting "Operation Not Permitted" errors when you try to open a Zip archive? Use StuffIt instead. StuffIt can open those password-protected Zip archives. Need to send files securely? StuffIt can create encrypted Zip archives, too.

Do you want to send a Zip archive to a Windows user? Use StuffIt to Zip archives that don't include extraneous Mac data.

With the StuffIt Quick Look plugin, you can preview the contents of an archive right in the Finder. Preview compressed attachments right in Apple Mail without saving and expanding them first. You can even preview archives backed up with TimeMachine. No need to launch anything just to see what's inside.

With the StuffIt plugins for iPhoto and Aperture, you can take advantage of StuffIt's patented JPEG compression: Archive your photos and burn them to CD/DVD or compress and upload them easily right from within iPhoto and Aperture. Compress your JPEGs up to 30% with no loss in image quality.

Upgrade from ANY previous version for $29.99!

Other features:

  • Create disk images in one step with MagicMenu or the StuffIt Contextual Menu.
  • Use Destinations to create multiple Preference settings and save them as Tiles to meet your needs: Make encrypted Zip and upload to FTP server. Make StuffIt X archive and burn to DVD. The customization possibilities are nearly endless.
  • Schedule backups with StuffIt Scheduler. Automatically backup archives to CD/DVD, or upload them to FTP, or your MobileMe iDisk
  • Automate StuffIt with Automator Actions, AppleScript, and command line tools
  • With the StuffIt Plugin for Google's MacFUSE, you can mount archives in the Finder and browse the contents as virtual disks.
  • Create Mini-Installers with SEA Maker. With the Remote Payload feature, you can create small mini-installers that download their parts from an FTP or MobileMe iDisk.
  • Innovative technologies such as our patented data recompression and duplicate detection.
  • StuffIt 2011's engine enhancements improve performance and create smaller archives. StuffIt can now recompress WAV files.

What’s new in version 16.0.5

Updated on Feb 29 2016

Version 16.0.5:
  • Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

Information

App requirements

  • Intel 64
  • OS X 10.8.0 or later
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Swo
Swo
Feb 6 2021
16.0.5
0.0
Feb 6 2021
0.0
Version: 16.0.5
I actually like Stuffit Deluxe and I think that it sucks that they're no longer developing it (though the writing was on the wall for awhile). Though I'm running a Mac with High Sierra (Mac OS 10.13.6) and it works just fine.
Swo
Swo
Sep 26 2020
16.0.5
0.0
Sep 26 2020
0.0
Version: 16.0.5
This app is officially dead (as in no longer supported or developed) that they continue to charge for it is a bit shady.
RRRob
RRRob
Dec 4 2019
16.0.5
0.0
Dec 4 2019
0.0
Version: 16.0.5
Stuffit has officially reached end of life. https://support1.smithmicro.com/portal/kb/articles/stuffit
RRRob
RRRob
Dec 4 2019
16.0.5
0.0
Dec 4 2019
0.0
Version: 16.0.5
Stuffit has officially reached end of life. [url]https://support1.smithmicro.com/portal/kb/articles/stuffit[/url]
RRRob
RRRob
Dec 4 2019
16.0.5
0.0
Dec 4 2019
0.0
Version: 16.0.5
Stuffit has officially reached end of life. <https://support1.smithmicro.com/portal/kb/articles/stuffit>
Derekcurrie
Derekcurrie
Apr 5 2019
16.0.5
0.0
Apr 5 2019
0.0
Version: 16.0.5
$19.95 is the current price for StuffIt Deluxe Mac 16, download version.
Aargl
Aargl
Dec 22 2018
16.0.5
0.0
Dec 22 2018
0.0
Version: 16.0.5
It's a bit sad to see a once indispensable app that has become totally useless... But that's how history goes. Now, who would spend fifty bucks on a redundant app that, moreover, hasn't been updated in 2 years?
Virtualruffy
Virtualruffy
Mar 1 2016
16.0.5
0.0
Mar 1 2016
0.0
Version: 16.0.5
I was shocked to see this still exists. I haven't used stuffit since OSX 10.3 or 10.4 when I got sick of the constant problems and spin-the-wheel stupid interfaces changes.
Achim2
Achim2
Nov 24 2015
16.0
0.5
Nov 24 2015
0.5
Version: 16.0
I am a registered user - got it in a bundle. To get the latest bugfix update, they want all personal data including credit card info. No go.
Donmontalvo
Donmontalvo
Jan 3 2015
16.0
0.5
Jan 3 2015
0.5
Version: 16.0
1/2 of 5 stars for requiring our credit card info for a trial. Folks, don't waste your time/money. Many free/better alternatives. :) Bye.
Schwity
Schwity
Nov 23 2014
16.0
0.0
Nov 23 2014
0.0
Version: 16.0
Today I want to give SD 16 a chance and start to get the trail version. I visited the homepage and clicked there the button for downloading the trail version. First surprise, other as described the download start immediately without registration of banking information. Great, thats quit good I think, but a little bit of confusion at this moment. So far so good – after the download I started the installer and then LittleSnitch got its great act. It is Ok, that the Fastspring, Smith Micro wants to get information about the installation, etc. – in this cases I allow the connection, but why it is required that also Google or other data crawling services want to know that I want to try a software on my computer? Why for the hell? I denied the acces for this service with the result, that the installing process stops and tells me, that something is wrong with my internet connection. Dear Micro Smith. It is really nice from you, that the consumer have a chance to try a software. Therefor it is understandable that it is required to give you (Smith Micro) directly my connection information, but it is absolutely bullshit, that companies like you (Smith Micro) means that it is necessary to sell the addresses to Google or other similar services. Please stopp this behavior! I was really motivated to test and buy Stuffit again, but never with such kind of association with spying Google or related services. You have to rethink about this decisions. And finally: LittleSnitch is my hero again for using the Internet today.
10baset
10baset
Sep 30 2014
16.0
5.0
Sep 30 2014
5.0
Version: 16.0
When I read all the comments I assume that people use it on private and non business. StuffIt Deluxe or Standard is very useful and worth the money. 1.) In my company we daily ship a lot of files, small files (kB's) up to 10-20 GB (of file or a folder containing thousands of files). In the past we had numerous problems when we were using the OS X internal compression mechanism (zip). File got corrupt while compression took place. This NEVER happenend with StuffIt. 2.) StuffIt and DAM-Systems When we are dealing with Digital Asset Management Systems in order to upload images, on some systems a StuffIt background deamon in use. So you use sit/sitx. 3.) sitx-files are getting compressed smaller than zip 4.) The other compression formats Often the case, clients or I need a file to be compressed in another file format than zip or sitx. StuffIt Magic Menu. 5. Automatism Compress stuff and auto-send it to the client or our ftp server. 6. StuffIt Archive Manager Verify compressed files, show content of compressed files, create individual compressed files by drag n drop. 7. StuffIt QuickLook PlugIn Conculsion: Before you evaluate software, have a deeper look and consider others use cases. To me and my company StuffIt is very valuable software. For a business it is worth the price, for private use it's your decision. cheers T.
Namadany
Namadany
Sep 29 2014
16.0
1.0
Sep 29 2014
1.0
Version: 16.0
Just use the Free The Unarchiver
Bezbozny
Bezbozny
Apr 16 2014
15.0.7
0.0
Apr 16 2014
0.0
Version: 15.0.7
Is this still getting developed? It hasn't been updated for 2 years...
Bigboysdad
Bigboysdad
Sep 28 2012
15.0.7
0.0
Sep 28 2012
0.0
Version: 15.0.7
Why do people buy this? Its a genuine question, given the multitude of cheaper alternatives and the fact you can open an older stuffit archive using an older version of this software. Maybe I’m missing something?
Frodo-life
Frodo-life
Sep 27 2012
15.0.7
0.0
Sep 27 2012
0.0
Version: 15.0.7
I used StuffIt for many years on a daily base, however for the past two years I use either the OSx build in version or The Unarchiver and have not seen the need to use StuffIt at all. It's is way overpriced nowadays and in my eyes there are many as good and much cheaper alternatives.
NotUsed
NotUsed
Sep 27 2012
15.0.7
0.0
Sep 27 2012
0.0
Version: 15.0.7
People are still using this junk? Stuffit Deluxe was fantastic up until 10.2.0. However, it's ABSOLUTELY no longer needed. Especially since the OS can handle zip files and there are dozens of other free software packages which will handle other formats such as .rar or .sitx. This software isn't worth anything anymore (which is why it was sold to Smith Micro) and Smith Micro is simply preying on users who know no better. YOU DO NOT NEED THIS SOFTWARE.
Ean
Ean
Sep 27 2012
15.0.7
0.0
Sep 27 2012
0.0
Version: 15.0.7
Here is a direct link to the free Stuffit Expander: http://www.stuffit.com/mac-expander-download.html This is really the only part of the package you could ever possibly need.
Xplicit
Xplicit
Sep 27 2012
15.0.7
0.0
Sep 27 2012
0.0
Version: 15.0.7
"Note: You must provide Smith Micro with your credit card details to download the trial. If you do not cancel your trial within 30 days, you will be charged." I wonder whose brilliant idea that was.
Rubaiyat
Rubaiyat
Jun 30 2012
15.0.4
4.0
Jun 30 2012
4.0
Version: 15.0.4
It may be fashionable for people, especially those who don't use it, to bag Stuffit but it is an extremely useful utility to have in your kit. I just had a .rar download that was downloading forever, to 160% of its actual size. I had taken 2 shots at getting it and it was not a small DL, so I eventually just stopped the DL then changed the extension to.rar from.download. Unarchiver and my other utilities would only get a small part of the enclosed files and then report an unexpected ending. Stuffit cleanly extracted the entire contents, with just one file having a messed up name, easily fixed. Stuffit's strength is its ability to tackle a wide range of compression methods and do it better than almost any other archiving utilities out there. Be sensible and just cough up for what is an extremely useful, and should be enouraged, archiving/unarchiving utility.
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