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MacPaw is a team of like-minded techies, who live in the heart of Ukraine and create apps loved by users everywhere. As true geeks, we never stop exploring tech and looking for ways to make your Mac life better. Not because we have to, but because it’s fun.

 

MacPaw Unveils the Acquisition of Wallpaper Wizard and Launches a New App to Bring Stunning Wallpapers to Mac(s)

Following the acquisition deal with the must-have Mac utility, the Unarchiver in July 2017, MacPaw announces the acquisition of another Mac app — Wallpaper Wizard 2.

After the acquisition, a dedicated development team worked on the new app at MacPaw. The newly released Wallpaper Wizard 2 was developed in response to a high demand from Mac users for Retina-ready wallpapers that can be supported on multiple displays. Wallpaper WIzard 2 boasts a completely revamped UI/UX, more than 25K HD images (hand-picked and grouped by subject). Since today, the application supports up to 5 monitors.

“With today’s acquisition announcement we will be taking this work much further to make MacPaw apps even better and enable better Mac user experiences,”, says Oleksandr Kosovan, founder and CEO of MacPaw.

 

MacPaw acquires the Unarchiver, the robust file-extraction utility

MacPaw, the makers of Setapp and developers of a number of top-notch macOS apps, announces that the company purchases The Unarchiver family of apps. The app was labelled as the essential file-extraction utility for Mac users. With the top ranks on the Mac App Store, it boasts millions of users all over the world.

Oleksandr Kosovan, the CEO and the Founder of MacPaw: “We’re happy to welcome one of the most popular Mac utilities to the family of MacPaw products. It’s a big honor for us to keep the product alive for the users.”

Dag Ågren, the developer behind the Unarchiver: ”It has been well over ten years now since I created these programs. They were originally created to fill a gap I felt existed after upgrading to a Mac, and I never expected them to be that popular. Who would ever be very excited about an unarchiver? But I massively underestimated the need other people had for programs like these too. Seeing people use them in such numbers has been a very happy experience for me.