Bundle Files

Works fine in 10.8

Works fine in 10.7

Bundle Files

Supports iCloud

Secured by Gatekeeper

Supports retina graphics

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Available on the Mac App Store
Not available on the Mac App Store

Moving files from multiple folders to one folder.
Have you ever needed to move files from several folders into one folder on your mac? Have you opened each folder one at a time, only to become frustrated with the amount of time you are spending? If so, then this program is for you! Simply drag and drop the folders which contain the files you want to move. A dialog will open, asking if you want to move or copy the files… and that is it!

Moving file(s) into multiple folders
Have you ever needed to copy a file or folder (or several files and folders) into multiple folders? This program will also do that for you! Simply drag the file(s) and/or folder(s) that you want to copy. A dialog box will prompt you to specify the folders that you want to copy to. Sit back, relax, and let the program run!

Version 5.0.7
Developer GOTOES
Website http://gotoes.org/sales/CopyMoveFilesSingleFolderMultiple/
Status Works fine

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Features of the Bundle and Distribute software:
You can copy (or move) folders and/or files FROM several folders into one folder. This will save you the time of having to open each folder one at a time, and copying the contents into one location.

You can copy folders and files INTO several folders. Let's say you need to have multiple folders with a duplicate file (or files) contained within. Rather than drag and drop those files one at a time, our bundle and distribute software will quickly do that for you!

Both of the above features include the ability to filter the files by text. Say you want to consolidate just the JPEG files. All you have to do is type in .jpg when running the program. The software will then move or copy just the jpg files to a single directory.

You can put a shortcut to a single file, folder (or multiple files and folders) into a big list of folders. That way, there is always a link (alias) to the one master file. No more worrying about version control and the extra space occupied by multiple copies of a file!

You can generate a preview of "What's going to happen." That way, you will know where your files and folders are going to be moved / copied to before you actually do the processing.

You can choose to find all the matching files within a deeply nested hierarchy of folders. It doesn't matter how many folders deep you want to go - Bundle Files can do it! Please note that if you attempt to process more than 100,000 files / folders, the application may slow down.

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