iGet 2.6 introduces new look, other enhancements

Free update is first release from new publisher Nakahara Informatics


ITHACA, New York — March 12, 2007 — Nakahara Informatics, Inc.
today announced the immediate availability of version 2.6 of iGet,
the Mac file transfer tool. The new version introduces a new and more
modern look and feel, along with bug fixes and user-requested
enhancements. The free update is the first iGet release since the
company recently acquired the product, and is recommended for all

“Although the development of iGet 3.0 is well underway, we continue
to maintain and improve the 2.x line,” said CEO Christopher Martin.
“This update addresses some minor issues that our users have
reported, and the visual update better reflects the Nakahara
Informatics aesthetic.”

He added that the company plans to announce a beta test program for
iGet 3 within the next few weeks. The program will allow the company
to solicit feedback and to better acquaint itself with iGet’s
existing user base. An announcement will be made soon, but any users
interested in participating should feel free to contact the company
at any time, Martin said.

iGet 2.6 is available immediately, from the company’s web site:


Complete release notes are also available. iGet will run in
full-featured demo mode for users wishing to try it out.

About iGet

iGet is an inventive file transfer tool designed specifically for the
Mac. It allows users to log into their accounts on remote Macs and
browse, search, and download the files they need. As easy to use as
the best FTP clients, iGet is much more Mac-oriented: it can stop and
resume file and folder transfers, displays the real Mac icons and
Finder labels for remote files, understands Mac aliases and can
perform Mac-specific tasks like putting files into the Trash remotely.

With Spotlight searches that execute on the remote Mac, searching for
files is extremely fast. iGet features always-on strong encryption,
and does not require users to worry about details like HFS metadata,
resource forks, or unusual characters in file names. With iGet, it
just works. In addition, iGet was designed to work well over
virtually any kind of network connection, not just a fast LAN, so
it’s a great tool for accessing remote Macs over the Internet. An
innovative “zero-setup” design allows the user to connect without
having to install any special software (not even iGet) on the remote

All this power is wrapped up in a smooth interface that is simple to
use and supports major Mac technologies like Automator, AppleScript,
Bonjour, Spotlight, and the Keychain.

iGet began shipping as a Universal Binary even before Intel-based
Macs became available, so it has offered native performance on both
Intel- and PowerPC-based Macs from day one.

iGet requires Mac OS X 10.4 or later. It can connect to Macs running
Mac OS X 10.3 or later.

Pricing and Availability

iGet 2.6 is available immediately from the company’s web site, at
(http://www.nakahara-informatics.com/). It is priced at $49.95, with
significant discounts available for multi-seat licenses. The update
is free to all users who have purchased a license for any version of

Educational discounts and site license pricing are also available.

For more information, please visit the company’s Web site at
(http://www.fivespeed.com), send email to
(mailto:support@fivespeed.com), or call (888) 550-0505.

About Nakahara Informatics, Inc.

Nakahara Informatics is a technical consulting and software
development firm serving small business clients in Japan, South
Korea, Europe, and the United States. In 2007, the company
jump-started its line of Mac OS X application software with the
acquisition of iGet, the Mac file transfer tool. Nakahara
Informatics, Inc. is a privately-held Delaware corporation.