Kyiv, Ukraine — MacPaw, one of the leading software developers for Macs, today releases CleanMyMac 2, a major update to its best-selling Mac cleaning software. The update offers a wealth of new features and a completely redesigned user experience — all at no cost to current CleanMyMac users.
Kyiv, Ukraine — Popular Macintosh software developer, MacPaw, today released Ensoul, a Mac application that allows users to customize their iPhone experience like never before to perfectly compliment their individual needs and tastes. Moreover, Ensoul is available exclusively from Apple's newly-launched Mac App Store.
Santa Clara, CA, June 4, 2012 — Today Dot App Inc. announced the successful submission of an application to ICANN to become a registry operator of .App, a new generic top-level domain that will be introduced along with other domains next year. The company aims to provide equal rights and fair policies for all software developers who want to get .App domains for applications they own or willing to create.
Kyiv, Ukraine - Today MacPaw releases CleanMyDrive, a new tiny yet powerful Mac utility to clean up user’s mounted drives, monitor their space usage and unmount them all in one click.
Santa Clara, CA - MacPaw announced it is bringing its highly popular system maintenance utility products, CleanMyMac and CleanMyPC, to U. S. and Canadian retail as a single boxed product called CleanMy Mac & PC.
Kyiv, Ukraine - MacPaw releases Gemini, a new Mac-only duplicate finder and cleaner with a rapid scanning algorithm, gorgeous design and remarkable user interface.
Kyiv, Ukraine - The well-known Macintosh software developer MacPaw has announced the release of CleanMyMac 1.10.0, an update to its highly popular Macintosh disk maintenance utility.
Kyiv, Ukraine — MacPaw Inc. has launched a new Windows version of its cleaning and maintenance solution for Mac OS X — CleanMyMac. It's called CleanMyPC and went live at noon, May 12th, 2011.
Kyiv, Ukraine - Today MacPaw announced that now Ensoul is available for download and purchase directly from the MacPaw web store too. However, users will still be able to buy the app through Mac App Store.