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If you've ever needed to build multiple versions of an icon, each one tuned to the platform it's destined for, had to build graphics for a game and wanted to make it easy to create and update hundreds of frames, or wrestled with App Store screen shots... DrawDown is for you. A free command line tool you can integrate into your build process, and a dedicated interactive editor for MacOS there's about to be one more thing you can automate away.

All your iCloud Documents… Now on iOS!

Thursday, April 11, 2013

We are delighted to announce the release of Cloud Mate 1.4.3 (check for updates in Cloud Mate)… Cloud Mate on the Mac let’s you get to all your iCloud files in a single place. Cloud Mate for iOS (when teamed up with its big brother) does that for your mobile device! 
In addition to its normal functions (letting you get at your Google Drive and Dropbox documents in a single place) when you are using Cloud Mate on the Mac, Cloud Mate iOS will light up with all your iCloud content, organised by application. You can even move iCloud files between apps, rename, or add in new documents from other applications. Hop over to Vimeo for a demo

Get it in the App Store now

Cloud Mate Reviewed by Matt Neuburg on Tidbits

Thursday, April 04, 2013

We just wanted to highlight this in-depth review of Cloud Mate on the well known Tidbits site. Written by Matt Neuburg (John Gruber describes him as the best technical writer in the business), the article really takes an indepth look at Cloud Mate. We are delighted with both the attention and the conclusions (including some calls for us to improve a few things!). 

We’ll leave you with our favourite quote: 

If Apple had any sense, they’d look at Cloud Mate and slap their foreheads: “Oh, this is the sort of thing we should have done!”
Matt Neuburg, Tidbits

Cloud Mate 1.4 Released

Tuesday, March 26, 2013

We are delighted to announce Cloud Mate 1.4, with twist for the developers (and the very curious) amongst you this time! We are introducing the iCloud Monitor which displays in real-time all of the activity (uploads, downloads, conflicts, and errors) in your iCloud. 

We use this ourselves to help debug our own iOS and Mac Apps that use iCloud. Debugging the iCloud will never be the same again!

You can check for updates within the app, or click here to update.

Cloud Mate 1.3.2 Released

Sunday, March 24, 2013

We have just released Cloud Mate 1.3.2, which includes some minor bug-fixes/performance improvements

  • Start-up time (after initial index) is now dramatically faster
  • Cleaned up notifications for compound files (such as Keynote/Pages documents). You will now only get one notification per file
You can update directly within the app, or by going here

Cloud Mate 1.3.1 Released

Monday, March 18, 2013

We have just release a minor bug fix (with a single feature thrown in) for Cloud Mate. This version should address a crash during start-up that some users experienced, and adds a share button to the native Cloud Mate window. 

If you are not experiencing the problem, Cloud Mate will automatically download the update. If you are, please use our update page.
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