Software update: iGet 2.7.1

You can use the iGet program on the Mac OS X platform to exchange files. The program is specially written for this platform and therefore contains a number of exclusive functions such as ‘remote Spotlight searching’, searching through your own Mac for files that are on another Mac computer. The connections are provided with ssh protection to prevent outsiders from peeking into your files. Nakahara Informatics released version 2.7.1 last month with the following list of changes:

Version 2.7.1:

iGet 2.7.1 is the latest maintenance update to the Mac file transfer tool, addressing problems with local network browsing and other issues. It is recommended for all users.

What’s new in this version:

  • Corrected an issue where iGet could become confused about the state of the local network, and become unable to connect to other Macs via the “Local Network” browser. If this occurred, the New Connection window would remain stuck displaying the message “Resolving Bonjour address” until the connection was cancelled.
  • Fixed a bug that could cause iGet to list multiple entries for the same Mac in its local network browser.
  • Fixed a bug that would cause the Recent Connections list to malfunction after being sorted by username or address, whereby clicking on an item in the list would improperly result in a different item being selected.
  • Certain alert and warning messages have been edited for clarity.

Version number 2.7.1
Release status Final
Operating systems macOS
Website Nakahara Informatics
File size 7.77MB
License type Shareware