Version: 1.1.2 || Release Date: 2010-06-19 || License: Shareware ($29) Developer: Dare to be Creative Ltd. | App Owner: philipp13

Rucksack makes opening, creating and converting archives easy as pie.

Who says working with archives needs to be complicated? Rucksack makes opening, creating and converting archives easy as pie.

Smart drag and drop:
With Rucksack you don't need to worry about archive formats. Simply drag and drop your files onto Rucksack and let it handle the hard work for you.

Keep it secret, keep it safe:
With Rucksack you can protect your sensitive files by packing them in encrypted, password-protected archives.

Split and combine:
You have a file too large to fit onto one disk or to send in one email? With Rucksack you can conveniently split and combine files to suit your needs.

Supported file formats:
Rucksack can open all popular archive formats, including RAR, 7zip, StuffIt (sit, sea file extensions), Gzip, Bzip2, Tar, Apple Disk Images (DMGs), and of course Zip.

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9 Opinions

This app is called Archiver now.

It would be nice if you could manage a queue of files to split/archive (Unarchiver does that well when decompressing archives).

A nice and useful app.

I was using Unarchiver before but decided to use this instead after getting if for free on MacHeist. It's a very nice app.

the design of it is so offensive, that I had to get rid of it for betterzip. It renders the file types in this ugly discernible neon rectangle like icons, and the modal prompts are even worse. If you don't care about using an ugly product, look into it, but BetterZip with a couple of changes inside of preferences works wonderfully for me.

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I beta tested it and it works beautifully. Worth the price :)

It totally screwed the Japanese filenames in archives for me. I can't use this.

Works without any problems with cyrillic names in archives. I use this!

Save your money..many free ones do the same thing.