Open Any File shows compatible apps installed on your Mac and helps you to search on the web with the click of a button

Open Any File also shows advanced information about your files:
- Checksums: SHA1, SHA256, MD2, MD5
- HEX Dump: raw file content
- General information

- Shows the list of installed apps that can open a file
- Finder Integration: easy access from Finder's control-click menu and Services menu
- Drag and Drop files to the Dock Icon

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What's New

Version 1.2.3

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[fixed] minor bugs

Ratings and Reviews

3.5 out of 5

102 Ratings

102 Ratings

Is Not Removed By Simple Deletion


Not only is it basically adware and hasn’t helped me, a developer who works with different files all the time, in 3 months (ZERO times total), it can not be deleted by simply deleting the app normally. This is very deceiptful for an app to do because it keeps its data on your hard drive which wastes space, meanwhile when you delete an application you’d expect it to be completely removed. Many apps (too many), however, keep a simple preferences file to save your preferences if you decide to install again, which I’m fine with. However, Open Any File still will occasionally open itself even though I’ve deleted it! I’m not going to go ahead and call it spyware because way too many people do that to every app that upsets them, and this app has too many downloads to likely be spyware. However, the fact that it runs after being deleted is quite unsettling.

Just google the file extension!

Developer Response

Dear rose64bit!
Really sorry if the app can't help you out. Besides we can assure you our app can be removed as any other app, downloaded from the Mac App Store. Every version of the app has been reviewed and they are all sandboxed. In case if you need support for uninstalling it, please contact us at:

Opened .PDF when Peview wouldn’t


I upgraded to High Sierra this weekend and now Preview doesn’t open old tax statements that were in the .PDF format that it used to be able to open with the last operating system. Thankfully, this app was able to open old W-2 statements.

I'm currently working on reporting the bug to Apple.



It does not actually open ANY file… Just tells you what app you can use to open it which a simple google search will tell you - mis-leading - do NOT think this will help you open files you do not have the app already…. and the apps it suggest do not open the file most of the time - total waste….. just useless for what it leads the user to believe it is going to do.


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4.5 MB
Age Rating
Rated 4+
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