Aug 31 2009
Fetch 5.5.2 offers Snow Leopard compatibility by Jim Matthews
Fetch Softworks is pleased to announce Fetch 5.5.2, the latest version of the original Macintosh file transfer program. Fetch 5.5.2 has been updated to offer full compatibility with the newly released Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard.Learn more
Jul 10 2009
Fetch 5.5.1 Available by Jim Matthews
Today we released Fetch 5.5.1, a bug-fix update to Fetch 5.5. This release fixes a number of problems reported by 5.5 users.Learn more
Jun 27 2009
Pick an editor, any editor… by Scott McGuire
Want to make a quick edit to that graphic on your webpage in Photoshop or Acorn with just one click? With Fetch 5.5, now you can.Learn more
Jun 2 2009
How Reliable Is Reliable Enough? by Jim Matthews
I think of Fetch as a reliable FTP client.
For twenty years we’ve tuned and tweaked its code to handle new situations, and users regularly tell us that Fetch has worked when other alternatives didn’t. Nonetheless, from time to time we have received a particular and troubling sort of user report.Learn more
Jun 2 2009
Etna, NH — Fetch Softworks is delighted to announce Fetch 5.5, the new version of the original Macintosh file transfer program. Fetch 5.5’s improved editing support lets you edit any sort of remote file using any application.Learn more
May 7 2009
Follow Fetch on Twitter by Jim Matthews
Mar 27 2009
Fetch 5.3.1 Available; Upgrades from Fetch 4 Now Only $10 by Jim Matthews
Fetch 5.3.1 is now available. This is a minor update that fixes a few bugs in the check for update and purchasing code.
At the same time we’re reducing the price for upgrading to Fetch 5 from Fetch 4 to $10 (it was $15). So if you are still running Fetch 4, it’s a great time to move up to Fetch 5!Learn more
Mar 5 2009
Change in support offerings by Jim Matthews
As of March 1, 2009 we are no longer offering telephone support for Fetch.Learn more
Jan 15 2009
Wanted: Beta testers for the next Fetch release by Jim Matthews
UPDATE: We have closed beta testing for the next release, so we no longer need new testers. Thanks to all who volunteered!
Greetings from Fetch Central!
We’re putting the finishing touches on the next Fetch release, and we’re looking for beta testers to help us nail down any remaining bugs. This release has some great stuff that we’re eager to get out, and beta testers will get an early look. Plus we’ll give a free Fetch license to any beta tester who sends us feedback.Learn more
Sep 10 2008
Fetch and Firewalls by Jim Matthews
The sad fact is, FTP and firewalls just weren’t meant to go together.Learn more