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AutoIngest for Mac 0.5.1

This maintenance update improves Reachability handling. It implements the improvements in DTFoundation made to DTReachability.

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AutoIngest for Mac 0.5.0

This weeks update to AutoIngest for Mac (a comunity-driven Mac status bar app for downloading sales reports) brings support for downloading from multiple vendor identifiers.

Your vendor identifier is an 8-digit number beginning with an 8. Usually you have only one, but if you – for example – move from an Individual to a Company Apple developer account, then your old ID is retired and you get a new one. There might be also other scenarios for people having multiple, now AutoIngest for Mac supports that.

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AutoIngest for Mac 0.3.0

This new version of the Mac status bar app for automatically downloading sales reports contains a few minor fixes:

Changes

  • Replaced Status Bar Icon with vector-based version
  • Improved Menu Handling Code
  • Improved handling of Mac Standby
  • Reduced Min OS Version to 10.7
  • Added Validation for Vendor ID
  • Added Automatic Updates via Sparkle

The Developer-ID signed version with Sparkle can be downloaded here, and of course you can build a version yourself from the 0.3.0 tag on GitHub.

AutoIngest for Mac 0.2

AutoIngest for Mac is a small app that runs in your status bar and downloads your app sales reports. This helps you keep an independent archive of all your reports without having to rely on a third party.

At present in the Daily, Monthly, Weekly and Yearly flavors. You can also activate the auto-download where it will do the downloading every 24 hours. You can put this on each of your Macs if you download the reports to a shared Dropbox folder because each instance will automatically skip report files that are already present locally.

Version 0.2 is the first version that we are distributing as a Developer ID-signed app. This is convenient for people who don’t want to build it from source code┬ábut still want to have a version they know they can trust, with a Developer ID signature.

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