By Smith Micro Software, Inc.
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Simplify your workflow with StuffIt Destinations™ and make your files as mobile as you are.
It's easy with the Destinations quick drag-and-drop tool! Pack and send your files any way and anywhere you want them to go without worrying about the details. Whether it's SendStuffNow, MobileMe, FTP, email, or local drives, create as many custom tiles in StuffIt Destinations as you want. Just choose a destination, a compression format type with or without encryption, and a notification option, then simply drag and drop a file onto a tile and it's off.
What's New in Version 15.0.7
Remove MobileMe support.
Fix issue with communicating with different mail clients.
Support for ZIPX archive expansion.
Improved support for RAR archive expansion.
Fixed an issue expanding certain zip archives.
Be Careful! - Stripped down version
I originally looked at the description on Smith-Micro's web site where it says you can create droplets, which are very useful. After buying from the App Store, I discovered the droplet feature wouldn't work. You could select the function from the menu, but it simply did nothing. After contacting Smith-Micro's tech support, they finally came back and said that feature isn't included with the App Store version! This despite the fact that: 1. It's in the menu 2. It's documented in the help file 3. The website says it should work. Nowhere on the website does it even mention that the App Store version is actually a stripped down version. Considering the fact the App Store version is a lot cheaper than versions sold elsewhere, that's fair enough. However, this needs to be documented so people are aware of what they're actually buying.
Promising but not functional yet
Interface is simple and gorgeous - which is why I bought it. I am scared I will have to pay again based on reviews below but this has not yet happened to me. Please consider low price and high volume of sales!
There are two key things needed to make this usable:
1.) If I crate multiple FTP destinations, I am unable to label them. They all have the exact same red icon and I have to remember which is which with no way to now where each icon is pointed. Not usable. I plan to crate a lot of destinations.
2.) I would like a special icon that allows me to "nest" other icons so I can organize.
If it has these two pieces, and I don't get charged an extra 70 bucks as mentioned in an earlier review, this will be the best FTP application I have seen. Until then it is really not usable.
Works Well for My Needs
Works well for compressing and encrypting (password protecting) files which is likely all I will need the app for.
- Category: Utilities
- Updated: Sep 27, 2012
- Version: 15.0.7
- Size: 18.9 MB
- Languages: English, French, German, Japanese
- Seller: Smith Micro Software, Inc.
- © Copyright (c) 1990 - 2012 Smith Micro Software, Inc.
Compatibility: OS X 10.6.8 or later