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  • B.G.M., March 15, 2012 by Jim Matthews

    I recently purchased Fetch to manage my website. I used to use it years ago and always thought it was a good piece of software, now I say it is brilliant. Thank you for a very well designed product.

    B.G.M., March 15, 2012

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  • Fetch 5.7.1 Squashes Bugs by Jim Matthews

    Today we released Fetch 5.7.1, a bug-fix update to Fetch 5.7. This release fixes a number of problems reported by 5.7 users.

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  • Text encoding mayhem: Fetch to the rescue by Ben Artin

    Starting with Fetch 5.6, and with help of our friends at BareBones, we have a better way of handling text encodings when editing remote files.

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  • L.N., February 20, 2012 by Jim Matthews

    Thanks to all of you for the many years of easy, efficient use of this program. It has been truly user friendly!

    L.N., February 20, 2012

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  • J.D., Manitoba, February 10, 2012 by Jim Matthews

    Fetch is, by far, the greatest FTP program I’ve ever used in my life! Thanks for such a great product!

    J.D., Manitoba, February 10, 2012

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  • Fetch 5.7 Delivers Greater Control Over File Transfers by Jim Matthews

    Etna, NH — Fetch Softworks announces the latest release of Fetch, the original Mac file transfer app. With new features designed to provider great control over the user’s files, this release continues the Fetch tradition of steady, relentless improvement, giving users improved control over their file transfer tasks.

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  • Fetch on Lion by Jim Matthews

    We are pleased to report that Fetch 5.6, the current release, works well with Mac OS X 10.7 Lion.

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  • Fetch 5.6 for the Mac App Store by Jim Matthews

    Etna, NH — Fetch Softworks is pleased to announce that Fetch 5.6, the latest version of the original Mac file transfer program, is now available from the Mac App Store.

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  • Quick Look in Fetch by Jim Matthews

    Fetch makes it easy to edit server files (using any application you like), but sometimes you don’t want to open the file, you just want to take a peek at it.

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  • Still More Reliability by Jim Matthews

    In How Reliable Is Reliable Enough? I wrote about the steps we took to make Fetch 5.5 more reliable, in particular its support for automatically resuming failed or stalled uploads.

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