AppFresh

Version: 1.0.5 || Release Date: 2014-01-01 || License: Shareware ($14.99) Developer: metaquark.de | App Owner: metaquark

AppFresh helps you to keep all applications, widgets, preference panes and application plugins installed on your Mac up to date. All from one place, easy to use and fully integrated into Mac OS X. It provides a central place to control the software updates available to your Mac, integrating most popular and most common update checking technologies such as Apple Software Update, Sparkle, Microsoft AutoUpdate and osx.iusethis.com. We want you to spend your time using your applications, not keeping them up to date!

AppFresh not only gets update information from iusethis.com. If you have an user profile at iusethis.com you can manage it from within AppFresh and control which applicationsit contains, even automatically. Using your iusethis profile also enables you to install applications you don't have on your computer. This comes in handy when you need to reinstall your computer and want your basic set of applications installed. Using AppFresh and an up to date iusethis profile makes this an easy task.

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157 Opinions

NOT ALL UPDATES WORK! This makes the app almost not worth it. But, it's beta, so what do you expect.

Stopped using AppFresh !

Disappointing though that V0.7 still showed me the versions of my apps and which one was up to date without connecting my profile whereas V0.8 doesn't show up anything else than what updates are available through Apple Update. Huge Disappointment!

AppFresh could not connect to osx.iusethis.com to load your profile. timed out (-1001).

Same bug as usual. Now coming with 0.8.

It would be cool if AppFresh could populate the "comments" field in Leap with each app's description.

AppFresh still insists that I do not have the latest OS X Leopard updates, even though I installed them ages ago. The problem is, in contrast to other apps, I can't exclude system updates from the "Updates" list.

I'm kinda disappointed at how buggy AppFresh still is.

i love this app, but it takes as much as 300 megabytes of ram on startup, and that's really not that cool imho..

Hi guys,

keep up the good work. Could you add a "remove" button that just removes / uninstalls an app - maybe into the drop down menu (right click on app name)

Cheers

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