So, 2019 is just a few hours away, so it is time to look back at 2018 and see what happened:
This week, Apple celebrates the 10th anniversary of the App Store. We were fortunate enough to be among the initial batch of developers that had the opportunity to be part of the App Store opening, on July 11, 2008.
Today, we’re happy to announce that two of our oldest apps are coming back home: TouchPad and NumPad.
What’s New Improved Dark Mode Improved clipboard support Screens will now automatically set your saved screen Secure Connection setting according to your Screens Connect settings Improved availability indicators: Green: computer is available locally Purple: computer is available via Screens Connect Red: Screens Connect issue. Verify on your computer settings. Fixed… Continue Reading
Setapp is a new subscription service for macOS apps that entered public beta today. For $9.99 a month, you have access to some awesome apps and more are added every week. The list is curated so it will never be filled with useless crap. Screens for macOS is still and will… Continue Reading
Tell Us Your Story This summer, we would like to showcase stories from our Screens users that would like to share their experience with others. During the past 4 years, we have heard from people using Screens in pretty amazing ways: Launch rendering tasks remotely for a TV network. Use… Continue Reading
Here’s the fourth and final chapter of our series of 4 blog posts about our 5 years on the App Store. You can also read about part I, II and III. ##Screens Connect 3 for Windows## Our first event of the year was last week, when we released Screens Connect… Continue Reading
Yesterday, tweeted this on Twitter: “2014 resolution: Will now rate apps I enjoy (most) fridays. I encourage you do so. Helps both developers and app discovery. #ratefriday” The idea is simple: every friday, find an iOS or Mac app that I enjoy, give it a good review on the App… Continue Reading
Part III: 2010-Present Here’s the third chapter of our series of 4 blog posts about our 5 years on the App Store. You can also read about Part I and Part II. Screens 1 and 2 Released: December, 2010 EOL: September, 2013 Initially started back in 2008 but mostly abandoned,… Continue Reading
Part II: 2009 Here’s the the second chapter of our series of 4 blog posts about our 5 years on the App Store. You can read about Part I here. Currencies Released: Spring, 2009 EOL: June 2013 I don’t recall ever needing a currency converter that bad but noticed that… Continue Reading