Alternatives to iNTFS for all platforms with any license

  • OSXFUSE icon


    FUSE for OS X allows you to extend OS X's native file handling capabilities via third-party file systems. OSXFUSE is a successor to MacFUSE , which has been used as a software building block by dozens of products, but is no...

    Open Source Mac

  • Paragon NTFS for Mac OS X icon

    Paragon NTFS for Mac OS X

    Paragon NTFS for Mac OS X is a driver which gives you full read and write access to Windows partitions under Mac OS X. When working with media files or documents in Mac, you need access to the high performance of your system...

    Commercial Mac

  • Tuxera NTFS for Mac icon

    Tuxera NTFS for Mac

    The fastest way to read and write Windows disks from Mac OS X, which doesn't support writing to NTFS volumes out-of-the box. It builds and extends upon the proven stability of the open source NTFS-3G to deliver a full featured...

    Commercial Mac

  • Mounty for NTFS icon

    Mounty for NTFS

    A tiny tool to re-mount write-protected NTFS volumes under Mac OS X 10.9+ in read-write mode. No additional driver will be installed. It simply makes use of the build-in mechanisms already provided by Mac OSX Mavericks.

    Free Mac

  • NTFS Mounter icon

    NTFS Mounter

    NTFS Mounter is a snow leopard application to mount ntfs volumes in read/write mode. A simple utility designed to mount NTFS volumes in read/write mode. Although not officially supported, Snow Leopard is now able to mount NTFS...

    Free Mac

    • Discontinued
  • NTFS-3G for Mac OSX icon

    NTFS-3G for Mac OSX

    NTFS-3G for Mac OS X brings NTFS read/write support to Mac OS X, along with additional advanced features. It is based on NTFS-3G, an open source NTFS driver that is ported into numerous platforms, but also includes other software...

    Open Source Mac

    • Discontinued

iNTFS Comments


Comment by Krimsun
about iNTFS Jul 2011

Been using it for over six months, and works fine. I dunno whats the issue is, but I assume reason why NTFS is disabled is cause Apple doesn't want us to access it for some odd reason. With this it basically unlocks it and opens it up as if it were a Fat drive for read and right access.

If there is caution with this then there is caution with Macfuse and others just like it.


Use this solution with caution

Comment by MarcFR
about iNTFS Jul 2011

This tool enables a feature which is disabled in Snow Leopard by default.

If it is disabled, there is a reason, so I would use this solution with caution