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  • 3.8
    19 total
  • Category: Productivity
  • Published by: De Voorkant ?
  • Size: 1.4 MB
  • Supported processors: x64, x86, ARM
  • Language: English (United States)
  • Learn more: Website & Support
  • Notes:
    Improved support in ZIP files for character support of languages like Chinese, Japanese and Cyrillic


With iUnarchive, you can open all your archives in a modern touch-friendly design with integration to the Windows Charms services to easily search by name and share selected files with other applications. Supported archives include zip, rar, 7-zip, tar, gzip, bz2/BZip2, cbz, cbr, jar and war including password support for zip, rar en 7-zip files and multi-part support for rar and 7-zip files. If an archive contains another archive, you can click on the nested archive and iUnarchive will open the nested archive.


  • Browse archives, preview images and directly open files in associated applications
  • Extract files from archives to a location of your choice
  • Use the Search Charm to find all files and folders with matching names
  • Share files in the archive with other applications like E-mail and SkyDrive using the Share Charm
  • Open attachments directly in iUnarchive with the 'open in' option in E-mail
  • Use iUnarchive in snapped mode side by side with other applications

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13 November 2014

Have tried several other Zip apps but all failed to unzip Multi-files on Windows 8.1, while iUnarchive is able to perform that function! In addition to unziping many different file formats with ease. Highly Recommend that you try out this app. Best Metro Looking Unzip App for Windows 8.1.


1 August 2014

So far, this is a great app. Open a 7z file that I had, easy! Keep up the good work iUnarchive! I will purchase is app.


12 May 2013

While the other file managers had problems with either password or the archive being multipart.


29 January 2013

I've only used it with the 7z format, but it did what it said and it integrated well with the Windows Mail app. Don't really care about the fact that it starts with an 'i' because it works and as far as I can tell it works well. I'm just glad someone took the time to generate a decent tool for Windows 8.


29 November 2012

I recommend that you drop the little I from the name of your program. This is Windows. I appreciate you taking the time to write the app, and you might feel like this app is the little brother of your iPad app, but I really don't care about that. It's actually somewhat insulting.