Roberto Panetta has announced AutoCrypt 2.4 for macOS. It’s an update of the encryption/decryption app with a document-based approach.
Using a document, AutoCrypt lets you save all the settings used to encrypt or decrypt collections of files in a document using an AES-256 algorithm. Using these documents, it can be used for the encryption and decryption batch process of large quantity of files in a single click.
Version 2.4 is optimized for macOS Mojave. It also contains bug fixes.
AutoCrypt requires macOS 10.10 or higher and costs $7. It’s available both from the product website (http://www.ecleti.com/osx/autocrypt/) and the Mac App Store.