Version: 2.2 || Release Date: 2008-01-27 || License: Other Open Source App Owner: nickshanks

HexEdit is a hexadecimal file editor for the Macintosh. The most widely used editor of its kind on the platform, HexEdit can handle file sizes of up to four gigabytes with ease, yet has memory requirements of less than a megabyte (with colour turned off). It can also compare files for similarities or differences.

Suggest screenshot/icon / Suggest new version

5 Opinions

I used to use it. switched to Hex Fiend. Both of them are fantastic

EDIT: I have since switched to Hex Fiend.
As metalsnake said, this HexEdit project is no longer being maintained....plus Hex Fiend is Cocoa as opposed to Carbon, yet is still free.

GAH! No matter what I do, this always turns up as a blank file (mac users should know this one, it says it can't find an application to open it)! I'd like to use this program to fool around with my Halo 1 demo, and I have everything I need except for a Edit. I run an OSX mac, and it's been able to download a good deal of things. What should I do?
PS: my email is [email protected]

Project is dead. :(
Was a good Hex Editor and I still use it.

Small, easy to use, and free....need I say more?