The MacPaw Blog

Keep up with the latest innovations and evolution of software happening at MacPaw.

We made an iPhone app for those who have too many photos An average iPhone user takes an astounding 10,000 photos every year. And while we just made that up, the truth is people do take a lot of photos with their iPhones. Christmas dinners with in-laws, backpacking trips to South America, silly concert selfies — you know, memories. But photos have… Read more... CleanMyMac 3 is getting ready for macOS Mojave As soon as Apple revealed its next version of macOS at WWDC, we laid our hands on the Developer Beta and started working on CleanMyMac 3 compatibility with Mojave. And it didn’t take us long to prepare the first CleanMyMac Beta — it’s already live. Yippee! But before upgrading to… Read more... Win iPhone X for your photo story Our favorite thing about iPhone is that everyone can take great photos with it. You can capture the unique way you see the world using nothing but a slim aluminum thing that’s always in your pocket. But we believe you can go even further and take great photos that say… Read more... Gemini 2 got the Red Dot Award It’s rare that MacPawers give up their jeans and sneakers in favor of ties and dress shoes, but that’s exactly what happened on October 27. In glamorous Konzerthaus Berlin, the well-dressed team behind Gemini 2 received their well-deserved Red Dot Award. Since 1955, Red Dot has existed to reward good design, with its… Read more... Please give a warm welcome to Wallpaper Wizard 2 Some six years ago, a Ukrainian company named Coppertino — who happen to be our good friends — made an app. It solved a trivial but common problem: how do you regularly get fresh desktop pictures without going through the tedium of image search in Google? Users loved Wallpaper Wizard, because it… Read more... MacPaw acquires The Unarchiver and commits to making it even better MacPaw just bought the Unarchiver, one of the Top Free apps on the Mac App Store. We’re super stoked about the news. We promise to maintain, improve, and keep it free for everyone. Now let us tell you the whole story. This week we did something big: we took it… Read more... CleanMyMac 3 is gearing up for High Sierra WWDC is essentially Christmas for Mac developers: we get to play with the new macOS, goggle at new gadgets, and tie all that goodness into our apps. This year was no different. As soon as macOS High Sierra was announced, we got our hands on a developer beta and started working on… Read more... Keeping Apple History Alive at MacPaw Have you ever held a NeXTcube? It’s a tesseract. It’s an alien thing that was for no reason brought to us earthlings. Apple devices have always looked a bit out-of-this-world and that’s why we like them so much. So no wonder that when there’s a chance to get a huge… Read more... The evolution of the revolution: Setapp gets a UI revamp Our users have been asking for a better structured Setapp to help them explore apps easily and make choices quickly. So, we built exactly that. If history has taught us anything about revolutions it’s that you better not lose touch with the crowd. Even if your revolution is limited to… Read more... Setapp officially launches. The revolution begins. It’s Here! Can you feel in your bones that everything is about to change? A little over a month ago we announced the public beta of Setapp, our new, curated subscription app service with ambitions to change the world (one app at a time). On January 25th, Setapp will officially launch as… Read more...

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