LicenseKeeper 1.8.4

I mistakenly left a Beta expiration check turned on in Yesterday’s release of LicenseKeeper. This check will cause the app to expire in two weeks. Thanks to those who pointed this out to me.

If you haven’t already, please update to LicenseKeeper 1.8.4 as soon as possible. The only change in this update is the removal of the Beta expiration check and label.

Read the full Release Notes for details.

You can install this update using the menu item LicenseKeeper > Check for Updates… or download the newest version directly.

This is a free update for all LicenseKeeper owners. If you don’t own it yet, click here to buy LicenseKeeper, securely and instantly.

LicenseKeeper 1.8.2

On the heels of the last release, LicenseKeeper 1.8.2 is now available and fixes Sync to iPhone (which was broken in 1.8) along with several crashes and minor user interaction problems.

Read the full Release Notes for details.

You can install this update using the menu item LicenseKeeper > Check for Updates… or download the newest version directly.

This is a free update for all LicenseKeeper owners. If you don’t own it yet, click here to buy LicenseKeeper, securely and instantly.

LicenseKeeper 1.8

LicenseKeeper 1.8 improves Lion compatibility with 64-bit and an updated user interface.

This update drops legacy support for Tiger (Mac OS X 10.4), Leopard (Mac OS X 10.5), Growl, Microsoft Entourage, and PowerMail.

Read the full Release Notes for details.

You can install this update using the menu item LicenseKeeper > Check for Updates… or download the newest version directly.

This is a free update for all LicenseKeeper owners. If you don’t own it yet, click here to buy LicenseKeeper, securely and instantly.

Lion

Happy Lion Release Day!

Today, Apple unleashed the latest version of their Mac operating system, OS X Lion via the Mac App Store.

We’re Lion Compatible

The latest versions of all of our Mac apps are Lion (Mac OS X 10.7) compatible and should run without issue.

Knapsack 2.2.2

LicenseKeeper 1.7.2

Bullfrog 1.2.3

If you do happen to find any problems with our apps and Lion, please let us know so that we can get a quick fix out.

Knapsack 2.2: Add Photos to your Itinerary

Knapsack 2.2 is now available on the Mac App Store and direct from our online store.

This new version gives you the option to add photographs and other images to activities in your itinerary. Photos are copied into your trip and displayed inline with the times, names, and descriptions of all the activities in the trip.

Printing trips has been improved to use a new cleaner layout that includes the new activity photos along with all location and trip photos.

Finally, with Knapsack 2.2, you no longer have to unschedule a trip to modify the number and order of days in your trip — even if the trip is sync’d with iCal.

You can read all about the details in the release notes.

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Sneak Peek at Knapsack 2.2

We just submitted Knapsack 2.2 for review to the Mac App Store. Hopefully we won’t run into any snags and Knapsack will make it through quick and easy.

In the meantime, here’s a little peek at what’s coming in this update. Knapsack 2.2 adds support for Activity Photos. You can now add photos or other images to your trip activities along with locations and the trip summary.

Knapsack will copy the photo into your trip and will display it inline and include it when the trip is printed. Double-clicking on a photo will show you the full-sized image:

Look for the official release soon!