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iGet 2.0.3 Goes Universal Binary

iGet 2.0.3 Goes Universal Binary

by , 8:00 AM EST, January 19th, 2006

Five Speed Software announced the immediate availability of iGet 2.0.3 on Thursday. The updated version of the Mac file transfer application is now a Universal Binary, letting it run natively on both PowerPC and Intel-based Macs.

iGet handles Mac-to-Mac file transfers and supports resource forks, HFS metadata, custom Mac icons, packages, aliases, Unicode file names, remote Spotlight searching, and more. It is available for download at the Five Speed Software Web site, and is priced at US$49.95. The update is free to all licensed users.

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