Hash Calculator 2 now supports macOS 10.14 Mojave! It's a FREE upgrade for existing users!
Hash Calculator is a simple application that can calculate file checksum(hash) using many common hash algorithms.
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Hash Calculator 2 is here with a brand new UI and uses the power of modern macOS technologies. It is currently support following hash algorithms:
- Base64 encode/decode for text
Beside that, this app can calculate hash for text contents; this app can also check whether two files are identical. This app is great for check file integrity that downloaded from the internet.
Note: Hash Calculator 2 requires macOS 10.10 and up.
Allow user to stop calculation during file hash. This is useful when user selected a wrong file with huge file size.
Ratings and Reviews
It is a decent app. If the ability to compare two files is worth $1 to you than step up to this app over the couple dozen $.99 ones. Otherwise it doesnt really do anything unique. Like other hashing apps, my complaint is that you cannot hash a folder - only individual files and with this app two files at once to compare.
Does what I want it to do
Many of thes checksum apps just spit out simple information and charges an arm and a leg, I guess they forgot that the main purpose for apps like this is to compare with other files.
I like how the interace is simple and it does the job. My only complaint is the dragging system to compare files, have to drag 2 files at the same time from a same directory, Could you make it so you can drag individual files one by one so its much easier set up a check?
If i could request something, perhaps give it the ability for a batch job :D
Good app but needs a feature
This app is great because it supports so many algorithms.
I would have rated it higher but it currently lacks a string comparison feature for a pasted value against the calculated value. Right now the user has to visually inspect the calculated result vs. the value provided by the creator of the downloaded file.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.