Why CleanMyMac 2 Doesn’t Work On OS X Yosemite Yet (Update)
Update (6:00am PST, 20.10.2014)
It’s finally here! The OS X Yosemite-ready version of CleanMyMac 2 has been released. Just launch CleanMyMac 2 and you’ll be prompted to update to the latest version (version 2.3). If for some reason the popup doesn’t launch, click CleanMyMac 2 in the menu bar and select Check for Updates.
We hope you’re enjoying OS X Yosemite as much as we are here at MacPaw. Be sure to send us any feedback you have on the latest version of CleanMyMac 2, we’d greatly appreciate it. Thanks!
- The MacPaw Team
Update (10:45am PST, 13.06.2014)
We have released a beta version of CleanMyMac 2 with OS X Yosemite compatibility. Please note that official support for CleanMyMac 2 on OS X Yosemite will only be available when Apple officially launches OS X Yosemite to the public.
If you do decide to download the latest beta version, we’d greatly appreciate your feedback. Thanks!
- The MacPaw Team
We’ve been getting a lot of tweets about why CleanMyMac 2 doesn’t work on OS X Yosemite. So, we figured we’d respond with a short blog post.
First and foremost, for anyone who doesn’t know what OS X Yosemite is, it’s the newly released OS X for Mac. And by “newly released,” we actually mean “not released” — publicly, that is. OS X Yosemite is in beta right now. It’s only available to developers and members of the Apple OS X Beta Seed Program.
Why is that? Well, when Apple goes to the WWDC and says, “Hey guys, we’ve got a brand new OS X and we want to demo it for you,” our developers’ ears perk up, because what they hear is, “Hey developers, check this out. Cool, right? Now get a copy of this and get cracking on making your software compatible with it.” In short, it was OS X Yosemite preview time for everyone — and a signal for developers to get to work!
The problem is, the entire MacPaw dev team is still in San Francisco! They’re on a nice, well-earned vacation, and they’re sightseeing a bit before they come back to Kyiv to start fixing up CleanMyMac 2 for Yosemite. They worked hard during the last WWDC when OS X Mavericks came out, so this WWDC, it was time for them to relax a bit and enjoy it as Apple fans, and not Apple developers.
But don’t worry, when they get back here this weekend, it’s nose to the grindstone — you’ll be cleaning up OS X Yosemite in no time.
PS: Our testers have already begun testing their work, so the CleanMyMac 2 gears have already begun turning.
PPS: MacPaw will not provide official support for OS X 10.10 Yosemite until it is officially released this fall. Updates will begin soon but use at your own risk!