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  • iKeepinCloud by Jim Matthews


    We’re pleased to announce that Fetch is compatible with cloud storage provider iKeepinCloud

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  • G.T., July 13, 2012 by Jim Matthews

    I bought Fetch years ago. I don’t know how many. Around 4 or 5. I just want you to know that I LOVE it. It’s reliable, efficient and invisible; meaning that it never bothers; it just does an EXCELLENT job EVERY TIME.

    G.T., July 13, 2012

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  • Fetch 5.7.2 ready for Mountain Lion by Jim Matthews

    Today we released Fetch 5.7.2, a bug-fix update to Fetch 5.7. This release makes Fetch ready for OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion, expected later this month.

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  • J.C., April 30, 2012 by Jim Matthews

    The support at Fetch IS THE BOMB! You guys are AWESOME – THANK YOU!!!!

    J.C., April 30, 2012

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  • Gatekeeper vs. Leopard: an ongoing tale by Ben Artin

    When we added support for Gatekeeper in Fetch 5.7.1 last month, we caused Fetch to break on Mac OS X 10.5. Others ran into related compatibility problems; Daniel Jalkut and Ken Case proposed a solution. We chose a different approach from theirs.

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  • D.G., March 19, 2012 by Jim Matthews

    I have used Fetch for years. It is still the best FTP program on the market. Thank you for making such a great product.

    D.G., March 19, 2012

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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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