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Nolobe acquires Interarchy and releases version 8.5

Interarchy allows the uploading, downloading, editing, mirroring and management of websites and other online content. Supports FTP, FTP / SSH, FTP / SSL-TSL, HTTP, HTTPS, WebDAV, secure WebDAV, iDisk, and Amazon S3 protocols.

Nolobe has been founded by Matthew Drayton, who has been spearheading the development of Interarchy for the past few years. The company has stated that it will continue to support all users of the current licenses and that it will continue to develop the software, while expecting to release version 9.0 by the end of the year.

As a novelty in version 8.5, it is worth highlighting the Open In Terminal command, which allows creating a remote SSH session to access any remote file from Interarchy. The user interface has been revamped with a redesign of the Get Info window. Additionally, the new Script Menu makes it easier to access AppleScript scripts. Bookmarks and other menus are now also accessible from the Finder Dock.

Interarchy 8.5 requires Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later and has a license price of $ 59.95.

Web: www.nolobe.com