Interarchy is a powerful, flexible, award-winning Internet application for Mac OS X. Interarchy can download and upload files via FTP (the Internet standard File Transfer Protocol), SFTP (Secure File Transfer Protocol), and WebDAV (Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning), as well as secure forms of FTP such as FTP/SSH and FTP/SSL-TLS, and secure forms of WebDAV over HTTPS. In addition, it can download files or whole websites using HTTP (the HyperText Transfer Protocol) and the secure HTTPS, provide a wealth of information about your Internet connection, and help you work with remote servers across the Internet.
Interarchy is the most powerful software in its class, and has won numerous awards throughout its ten year history, including nominations for the 1999 and 2000 MacWorld Editors' Choice Awards. As early as 1994, Interarchy (then called Anarchie) was seen on the McNeil-Lehrer TV show. The Interarchy User Group has an active user base of over 1,000 members whose input has resulted in an incredibly user-friendly and effective tool.
What's new in this version:
Interarchy 8 follows on the long history of improvements to provide a host of new features. Interarchy is now built for MacÂ OSÂ X 10.3.9+ only, including Tiger and Intel. Major new features in Interarchy 8 include:
- WebDAV support, including iDisk.
- New Connection window that combines most of the various initial actions.
- UniversalÂ Binary for PowerPC and Intel native code.
- AutomatorÂ Actions (Download, List, Upload). ... See all new features »