September 6, 2012. Now available on the Mac App Store Dashboard is great for simple widgets like Notefile that you need to use briefly but often. Unfortunately Dashboard has been a bit neglected by Apple, and it can’t even use some of the latest features like iCloud. There’s been some concern about the future of Dashboard as well—I’m always a little relieved to still see it any time Apple previews a major update t… Read more »

July 30, 2012. OS X Mountain Lion is now available, and the MacBook Pro with Retina Display has been out for a while now. You may be wondering whether our Mac software is compatible with them. Good news: all of our software is fully compatible with Mountain Lion, and has high resolution graphics for the Retina Display. Just make sure you have the latest version, shown below. • Delivery Status Widget… Read more »

July 20, 2011. The latest version of Mac OS X, Lion, is now available, and you may be wondering if our apps and widgets are compatible. We’re pleased to announce that most of our software already works great in Lion: • Delivery Status 5.5 or later is compatible. • Notefile 1.0 or later is compatible. • Bluetooth Switch 2.1 is compatible. • Junecode Widget 3.0 beta 3 is… Read more »

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 problem with Mail is that it’s a… Read more »

September 18, 2010. Update: This beta is now closed, thanks for your help! New in this version: • Favorites: you can now star the services you use most to move them to the top of the list. (Requires Mac OS X 10.5 or later.) • Smart updating: completed deliveries update less often, and shipments arriving soon update more often. • Smarter notifications: If you’re actively using Dashboard, you… Read more »