April 27, 2011. Notefile is a project I’ve had kicking around for a long time. It all started with Dashboard and Apple’s default Stickies widget. The biggest annoyance I’ve had with Stickies is that it doesn’t support undo. Accidentally delete something, and it’s gone. Eventually Apple added notes to Mail. I thought I’d switch to that, and my frustrations would be gone. But the… Read more »

January 22, 2011. Five years ago, I bought a new iMac online. It was a custom order of a new model, which meant it would take an excruciating 3 to 4 weeks to ship. I was refreshing the order status constantly, and I realized that I’d save time if I created a Dashboard widget to check the status for me. So Apple Order Status was born, on January 22nd, 2006. In September I added Amazon support, and it became Order… Read more »

November 22, 2010. With all the great deals, this is the busiest time of the year for shopping. Delivery Status can make your online shopping a lot easier, so we want to let as many people try it out as possible. That’s why we’re giving away 20 free copies of the app today, and making it 40% off for a limited time. Just click one of the promo codes below to redeem it, or visit Delivery Status in iTunes where you… Read more »

August 20, 2010. Junecloud is now on Facebook. We’ve been on Twitter for a while now. We’ll be posting the same things in both places, so you can just keep an eye on one of them if you like. Either way you’ll get status updates on Delivery Status and Junecloud sync, early access to betas, occasional giveaways, opportunities to give us direct feedback on features, and whatever else we can squeeze into 140… Read more »

August 11, 2010. Push Notifications I talked about Push Notifications in Delivery Status a while back, but I thought I’d post an update. As you may know already, if you have a Mac with our free Delivery Status widget, you can set it up to send push notifications to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. We understand this isn’t a perfect solution, but many people were interested in it, and it was something we could… Read more »

« NEWER OLDER »