Alternatives to Find Any File for Mac with any license

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  • EasyFind icon

    EasyFind

    Think Mac OS Xs Spotlight could use some help? Download EasyFind, an alternative to (or supplement of) Spotlight and find files, folders, or contents in any file without...

  • Atlas Recall icon

    Atlas Recall

    If you can see it, you can search it and share it from any device. Everything seen is remembered devices across all of your devices. Atlas pulls together all the...

    Free Mac iPhone Chrome

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  • HoudahSpot icon

    HoudahSpot

    HoudahSpot is an advanced file search tool for Mac. Use HoudahSpot to locate hard-to-find files and keep frequently used files within reach. HoudahSpot builds upon...

    Commercial Mac

  • Scherlokk icon

    Scherlokk

    Scherlokk is a lightning fast file search utility build for precise and reliable search of every file which meets the search criteria. Music, pictures, bookmarks...

    Commercial Mac

  • iFileX icon

    iFileX

    iFileX's functionality and design is based on Mac OS early-era file search tools such as Find File and Sherlock, now replaced by Spotlight.

  • NeoFinder icon

    NeoFinder

    NeoFinder (formerly known as CDFinder) is a powerful and very fast disk cataloging tool, reading metadata like EXIF, IPTC, JPG, TIFF, MP3, AAC (iTunes). It rapidly...

    Commercial Mac

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  • Find Files icon

    Find Files

    Find Files is an app for Mac users to search for hidden files, system folders and package contents whether they are hidden or not. Mac apps and browsers create a lot of...

    Free Mac

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  • Xfind icon

    Xfind

    Part of the Xfile System, Xfind searches dropped files for keys you specify. When no key is given, Xfind sums block use, file sizes, and use of resource forks. Xfind can...

    Commercial Mac

  • Xscan by Rixstep icon

    Xscan by Rixstep

    No indexes junking down your disk - have you ever thought of what happens if your indexes start getting indexed? None of that. No 'snapshot' thinking where you...

    Commercial Mac