Name: The Unarchiver
Mac Platform: Intel
Includes: Only app/game
New in 3.9.1:
Fixed extraction of double-format archives like .tar.gz, which was accidentally broken in 3.9.
New in 3.9:
Add Dutch translation.
Add support for PMA files.
Better support for broken Zip files.
Fixed bugs in handling of NSIS and MSI files.
Fixed a bug where minimizing the window could make it remain open after extracting.
Tiny interface tweaks.
New in 3.8:
Added Brazilian Portugese translation.
Added support for XIP files.
Fixed some crashes and unsupported files for RAR.
Better support for RAR Mac OS X SFX files.
Fixed crashes for certain CAB and PDF files.
Added support for comments in Amiga LhA files.
Fixed French translation.
New in 3.7:
Added Bulgarian translation.
Fix a bug that would make files with invalid filenames not work in Zip and Exe files.
Fix some small memory leaks.
Read-only attributes for files in archives are now ignored. This caused some files not to extract correctly in older versions.
Fix a bug with parsing Tar files.
New in 3.6.1:
Fixed a bug where extracting multiple archives would fail.
Link for more information: http://wakaba.c3.cx/s/apps/unarchiver.html
%MINIFYHTML113921dd5dc5fea8e6d780c60012ddca6%The Unarchiver is a much more capable replacement for "Archive Utility.app", the built-in archive unpacker program on Mac OS X. The Unarchiver is designed to handle many more formats than Archive Utility, and to better fit in with the design of the Finder. It can also handle filenames in foreign character sets, created with non-English versions of other operating systems. I personally find it useful for opening Japanese archives, but it should handle many other languages just as well.
It is very simple to use and install - simply copy it into your Applications folder or whereever you prefer, and then set archive filetypes to open using it. This can either be done the usual way, or by double-clicking the icon to show The Unarchiver's preferences.
Supported file formats include Zip, Tar-GZip, Tar-BZip2, RAR, 7-zip, LhA, StuffIt and many other old and obscure formats. See further down the page for a more complete list of supported formats. http://unarchiver.c3.cx/formats