Join or Sign In

Sign in to add and modify your software

Continue with email

By joining Download.com, you agree to our Terms of Use and acknowledge the data practices in our Privacy Policy.

Encrypto for Mac

By MacPaw Free

Key Details of Encrypto

  • Encrypt files with AES-256 encryption and then send them to friends or coworkers
  • Last updated on 11/04/19
  • There have been 1 update within the past 6 months
  • Also available on Windows

Developer's Description

Encrypto is a free, easy-to-use app that lets you encrypt files with AES-256 encryption and then send them to friends or coworkers. It works on both Mac and Windows, so you can send encrypted files without worrying whether the other person can open it or not.

Protect Files with AES-256 Encryption

Take any file or folder and add AES-256 encryption to it. Let Encrypto give you peace of mind when it comes to the security of your files when sending them.

Send Password Hints

Instead of relaying a password, include a unique, embedded password hint that only the recipient would be able to decipher.

Send Files Using OS X Sharing

Share encrypted files via Mail, AirDrop, or Messages, or even share them with third-party apps like Dropbox. However you usually share, Encrypto has you covered.

Or Save Them to Disk

With Encrypto, you can encrypt your files even if you dont need to send them. You know, for file security on your hard drive. Just put your file through Encrypto and boom its protected.

Encrypt and Decrypt on Both Mac and Windows

Share files with friends no matter their OS. You use a Mac, your friend uses Windows you both can encrypt and send files to each other with Encrypto.

Full Specifications

What's new in version 1.3.4

Stability improved.


Release November 4, 2019
Date Added November 4, 2019
Version 1.3.4

Operating Systems

Operating Systems Macintosh
Additional Requirements OS X 10.9 or later, 64-bit processor


Total Downloads 121
Downloads Last Week 0
Report Software

Related Software

Disk Drill

Disk Drill



VMware Fusion

Free to try
VMware Fusion