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Archive for April, 2010

Totally new – still free: GarageBuy 2

Wednesday, April 28th, 2010

GarageBuy 2, a new version of our award winning Mac application for keeping track of your eBay searches and watch list, is now available for download.

For version 2 we rewrote most parts of the application, to make your life as an eBay buyer even more convenient.

You can modify searches directly within the main window and instantly see updated results. New back and forward buttons let you easily go back and forth between different search queries.

GarageBuy 2 uses eBay’s new Finding API and runs in 64-bit for maximum performance.



More information is available on the GarageBuy product page and this blog post.

GarageBuy 2 Beta Testing

Thursday, April 15th, 2010

We just posted Beta 3 of GarageBuy 2, our free tool for keeping track of your eBay searches and purchasing items, to our website.

GarageBuy 2 has been re-engineered in almost every area:

  • We needed to move GarageBuy to an entirely new eBay API for the second time in its history to prevent it from breaking once eBay shuts down the old API. GarageBuy 2 is now using eBay’s new Finding API.
  • Searches in GarageBuy 2 can be modified directly from within the main window. Previously, you had to open a separate window to setup your search’s attributes.
  • New back and forward buttons make it easy to switch between two versions of a search.
  • You can now specify domains and aspects when setting up searches. This feature was available for some time on the eBay web page. Domains, like ‘shoes’ or ‘digital cameras’, let you search for a certain type of goods without having to specify a certain sub category first. Aspects, like Style, Color, and Shoe Size let pre-select certain item attributes for your searches.
  • GarageBuy 2 will run in 64-bit on supported Macs for maximum performance.

If you run into any bugs with this beta, we’d like to hear from you.

And yes, GarageBuy 2 will be available for free.

List your eBay auctions from your iPad.

Thursday, April 15th, 2010

GarageSale for iPad has finally made it into the App Store. If you have an iPad, this is the tool of choice for listing and tracking your items on eBay.

GarageSale for iPad offers the same features as GarageSale for iPhone, but we adapted this version to the iPad’s bigger screen:



GarageSale for iPad is available 4.99 USD or 3.99 EUR. If you already own it, we’d love to hear your feedback.