All posts tagged 'software'

Startupizer 2.3.1 released!

Bug fix upgrade 2.3.1 of Startupizer is now available. Recommended for all customers.

Startupizer 2.3 released!

Next big Startupizer upgrade is released - 2.3 version is now available for download from out website!

Startupizer 2.2.4 released!

Startupize 2.2.4 bug fix and small features release is now available as the download from our website!

Startupizer 2.2.3 released!

Startupize 2.2.3 bug fix and small features release is now available as the download from our website!

Startupizer 2.2.2 released!

Startupize 2.2.2 is now available as the download from our website!

Startupizer 2.2.1 released!

Startupize 2.2.1 is now available as the download from our website! Check history page for release notes.

Startupizer 2.2 released!

Startupize 2.2 is now available as the download from our website! Check history page for release notes.

Startupizer 2.2 and the future

I neglected the blog for a while… I have a couple of ideas for posts, but other things keep jumping in. In any case, this is not what I wanted to talk about. I wanted to start 2013 with 2.2 release of Startupizer which was sent to Mac App Store review team on january 9th. It only took about a week to enter review, however in a day or so I received rejection note. It’s not the first rejection I got, but this one is more serious; if I want to correct it, the core feature of Startupizer - managing login items - will stop working. It’s unfortunate consequence of the app sandbox.

Startupizer 2.1 released!

Just a quick post about the first update to Startupizer, 2.1, which is now available on the Mac App Store. Check history page for release notes.

Startupizer 1.2.1 released!

Those of you who follow us on Twitter, already know Startupizer 1.2.1 and Startupizer lite 1.0.2 updates have been approved by Apple and are now available on the Mac App Store. These are mainly maintenance updates fixing most prominent bugs. You can...

Startupizer 1.2 released!

Another month flew by and another Startupizer update has been released and is now available in the Mac App Store

Startupizer 1.1 released!

Can’t believe how time flies! Another spring is in full blossom, so there’s plenty of activity outside, from work in the garden to relaxing walks. But we are still coding - in fact, last month we were quite busy working on first Startupizer’s upgrade!

Making of Startupizer

Every software has a story behind it and so does Startupizer. In this post, we’ll write about the store behind the Startupizer - from the idea to launching in the Mac App Store!

Startupizer 1.0 released!

Those of you who follow us on twitter already know, but for the rest: Startupizer has finally been approved by Apple and is now available on the Mac App Store at a special introductory price! Go grab it until the price goes up!

Producteev as user support

Handling support and feedback is probably one of the most important things software developer teams face after releasing a product. The simplest way many of us use at the start is e-mail, but that soon becomes too difficult to manage. There are several online solutions available - FogBugz, Lighthouse or it’s “bigger” sister Tender are just few of those most often mentioned by developers.

Everyday software

There are many applications we find invaluable and rely on them for our daily usage. In this post, we’ll write about some of them. Note that our selection of apps reflects our personal needs and tastes and this post is primarily intended to give tribute to these tools and perhaps show various options to our readers. We’re sure many of you have your own personal favorites and many of those would be different from ours. Keep this in mind when reading the article. This post will only cover generic utility apps, we won’t write about apps we use for developing - perhaps we’ll cover them in a future post…

Startupizer open for beta

So you’d like to see what has been going on in our labs? We’re now opening Startupizer for beta testers. We’ve already described what the app will do here, so go ahead and read it and if interested, let us know through our contact form on the contact...

Startupizer beta approaching

We’re slowly approaching first beta of our first shareware product - Startupizer. It’s advanced login items handler for OSX. Besides handling login items startup, you’re used to, it allows you to change the order of items, enable or disable individual items and what’s even more important specify optional items startup based on time, modifier keys etc. All this allows you to drastically reduce system startup times while still enjoying automated startup of all items you need at specific time!