Fetch Softworks released Fetch 5.2, an update to its long-running Macintosh file transfer program.
Fetch 5.2 introduces WebView, a new way to view files in a Web browser and copy Web addresses from Fetch. Fetch 5.2 also adds support for creating droplet shortcuts for easy drag-and-drop uploading. The company says its new support for FTP with TLS/SSL (FTPS) makes Fetch 5.2 the first Macintosh FTP client to support all the major file transfer security standards: SSL, SFTP, and Kerberos.
Fetch 5.2 is a Universal Binary that runs natively on Intel- and PowerPC-based Macs. It’s compatible with Mac OS X 10.3.9 and later, and is available online.
Fetch 5.2, a free upgrade for Fetch 5 users, is free for new users to try for 15 days; a single-user license is $25. Upgrades from Fetch 4 are available for $15.
Fetch Softworks will be demonstrating Fetch 5.2 during Macworld Expo at booth #N4014-02.