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Listing CounterThis is the number of all currently running eBay listings, created with GarageSale. This makes it the most popular eBay tool for Mac!
February 6th, 2006:

MacWorld Photos finally online.

It took us a while, but we finally managed to select a few photos we have taken during MacWorld 2006 and put them online. Just remember: If we were a bunch of good looking guys, we probably wouldn’t earn our living by writing software.

February 3rd, 2006:

GarageSale 2.0.3 Released

GarageSale 2.0.3 is now available for download. This version is mostly a bug fix releases fixing a couple of annoying issues. If you had problems making your gallery image appear in the eBay listing, your store items ended up in the wrong store category or GarageSale closed down randomly this update is just right for you. Release notes and download link available on the GarageSale homepage.

January 18th, 2006:

GarageSale 2.0.2 Released

GarageSale 2.0.2 is out. This version was held back a little because we had to wait for eBay to update some of it’s international servers. There were some incompatibilities between GarageSale 2 and an earlier version of the eBay server software, which prevented auctions with URL based images to be uploaded. The new release fixes this issue.
The new version also ships with six new design templates and fixes problems with the GarageSale widget. More info is available on the GarageSale homepage.

January 12th, 2006:

GarageSale 2.1 Announced

At our booth #948 at MacWorld SF you can get a first impression of GarageSale 2.1. New features included a built-in auction scheduler. That means you don’t need to schedule your auctions with iCal and AppleScript anymore.
Another feature we are going to demonstrate to you is our shipping service integration, which allows you to print labels for the leading US shipping carriers and schedule pickups at your doorsteps to other day right from inside GarageSale.
If you show up at our booth, don’t forget us to ask about the GarageSale show special.
And yes, since this has been such a hot topic recently, the upgrade to version 2.1 will be free, too.

January 12th, 2006:

GarageSale 2 Released

At MacWorld San Francisco the vendor of your favorite eBay application for the mac (I’m talking about us 😉 released GarageSale 2. GarageSale 2 is a free upgrade for all existing customers.
GarageSale 2 is one of the first desktop clients to use eBay’s new interface (also called the ‘New Unified XML’ schema by eBay). eBay is going to pull the plug on the old interface most other eBay tools and older versions of GarageSale use in June 2006.That means you should download and start working with the new version before that date. GarageSale 2 requires Mac OS X 10.3.9 so you should find ways to update your mac to at least his version of the OS until June.
GarageSale 2 is compiled as a universal binary. That means it will run natively with full speed on the new Macs with Intel processors.
Will also added the ability to revise your auction using GarageSale and now integrate with eBay’s ‘My Messages’ system.