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Interarchy 7.0 offers tabbed browsing, other features

updated 10:45 pm EST, Mon February 16, 2004

Interarchy 7.0

Stairways Software today announced , the new version of its Internet application for Mac OS X. Interarchy can download and upload files via FTP, SFTP, and FTP over SSH (FTP/SSH). In addition, it can download files or whole web sites using HTTP, display detailed Internet/LAN connection information and help you work with remote servers across the Internet. Version 7 offers tabbed browsing, an icon view, full bookmark management, internal file mapping, drag & drop support, toolbars, enhanced scheduling, a new history menu, improved Internet connectivity tools, and bandwidth monitoring/graphing. Pricing starts at $40 (and free to purchases after October 1, 2003). It runs on Mac OS X 10.2 or later.




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  1. MacNN.com Reader

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    i dunno

    back in the classic days Interarchy was the tool to have. Nowadays with OS X, $40 for a set of those utilities seem out of reach. :/

  1. MacNN.com Reader

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    More like 6.5...

    I'm pretty disappointed. It looks like a bunch of cosmetic cleanup, which is all fine and good, but charging for a full upgrade when the fundamental features you want in this app, the ability to do downloads and some traffic monitoring, hasn't changed from version 6.2... well, I don't think I'll be buying the upgrade.

    Frankly, I am perfectly happy to sit at version 6.2 for now. I'll put my $19 into a Snapz Pro upgrade instead. Of course, $19 is still a decent upgrade price... but if feels like Stairways is just forcing this upgrade out so that their can get their cash influx for the year.

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    Joined: Dec 1969

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    $40???

    for stuff you can do in the command line for free with ssh and wget?

    This is just RIPE for 10-15 comments.

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    Joined: Dec 1969

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    bah

    3.5-4 was a $35 charge for a bug fix, no upgrade price, even if you paid the $35 for 2 and $20 to upgrade to 3. I see they haven't changed thier stupid upgrade practices since then. Fetch seems like a bargain now.

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