ToothFairy 2.6.1

December 30th, 2019 (ToothFairy)
Download on the Mac App Store
Available on Setapp

Version 2.6.1 of ToothFairy is now available.

ToothFairy is a Mac menu bar utility that lets you connect AirPods to your Mac with a single click or keypress. It also works with other Bluetooth headphones and with input devices such as mice, keyboards, and game pad controllers. You can see at a glance which devices are connected, as well as their battery levels. ToothFairy can also make music and videos sound better by using a higher quality codec for audio output.

This is a free update that includes the following changes:

  • Improved the details in the AirPods Pro icon.
  • Added another variant of the AirPods icon that’s slightly smaller, because some people prefer that size and also to help differentiate for those who have multiple pairs of AirPods.
  • The game controller icon no longer shows a wire.
  • You can now hold down the Option key when opening the icon pop-up menu to see the filled versions of the icons.
  • ToothFairy is faster at detecting when a device’s connection has been dropped without macOS noticing.
  • The How can I switch back to an iPhone or other Mac? section of the manual now tells how you can make a Siri shortcut to quickly switch an iOS device to a given audio device.
  • Updated the Adding a Device and Why isn’t my device connecting? sections of the manual.
  • When the Preferences window is already open, choosing the Preferences… menu command for a device will now select that device.
  • Closing the Advanced sheet now preserves the selected device.

ToothFairy 2.6.1 works with macOS 10.11 through 10.15 and requires a Bluetooth device. For information about previous releases of ToothFairy, please see the version history.

If you enjoy using ToothFairy, please take a moment to review it on the Mac App Store, Product Hunt, or MacUpdate or to mention it on Twitter, Facebook, or your own site. We’d really appreciate it.

EagleFiler 1.8.11

December 30th, 2019 (EagleFiler)

Version 1.8.11 of EagleFiler is now available.

EagleFiler makes organizing and managing your information easy. It lets you archive and search mail, Web pages, PDF files, word processing documents, images, and more. Use it to collect information from a variety of sources. Browse different types of files using a familiar three-pane interface. Organize them into folders and annotate them with tags and notes, or leave everything in one folder and pin-point the information you need using the live search. Since EagleFiler stores its library in Finder format, you can use it in concert with the other tools in your Mac ecosystem.

EagleFiler is a digital filing cabinet, a research assistant, snippet collector, and document organizer. You can use it to write a journal, track all the files for a project or job, manage your bookmarks, save your favorite Web articles, store financial statements and receipts, run a paperless office, plan a trip, collect your course notes, archive your e-mail correspondence, search mailing list archives, research a purchase, remember recipes to cook or books to read, store scientific papers, sort photos, gather legal case notes, or assemble a scrapbook. It’s the most flexible tool on your Mac.

This is a free update that includes the following enhancements:

  • The capture key now works in Brave Browser.
  • There’s now an official PopClip extension for EagleFiler, which avoids the warning about the extension being unsigned.
  • Scripts of the form get first library record where its file is _file are now optimized to quickly look up the record without having to check every record in the library. This can be useful if you have a Hazel script that receives a file and you want to do something with the corresponding record in EagleFiler.
  • Records now have a last used date AppleScript property, corresponding to the last time the file was opened in an app.
  • Records now have a missing AppleScript property to detect whether the file has been moved or deleted.
  • Worked around a series of bugs in macOS 10.15 that could prevent images imported from Evernote from being sized properly.
  • Worked around a change in macOS 10.15 that prevented certain OmniGraffle files from being displayed in the viewer.
  • Improve importing of AudioNote files when AudioNote is not installed.
  • Fixed a bug where importing an attached file from Evernote might not preserve its filename.
  • Fixed a bug importing an Apple Mail mailbox that contained another mailbox with the same name.
  • Worked around a macOS bug that could prevent launching EagleFiler after using AirPlay.
  • Fixed a bug where e-mails containing HTML tags that were encoded with UTF-7 would not display properly.
  • Fixed bug the viewer’s auto-save could cause pending tag changes to be saved prematurely, while the field was still in edit mode.
  • Improved the following sections of the manual:
  • The Activity window now uses the monospaced digits font to avoid jitter when indexing.
  • The Slideshow button no longer causes an error to be logged.
  • Modernized the localizations.

EagleFiler 1.8.11 works with macOS 10.9 through 10.15. Older versions are available for older operating systems. For information about previous releases of EagleFiler, please see the version history.

If you enjoy using EagleFiler, please take a moment to review it on the Mac App Store, Product Hunt, or MacUpdate or to mention it on Twitter, Facebook, or your own site. We’d really appreciate it.

SpamSieve 2.9.38

November 19th, 2019 (SpamSieve)

Version 2.9.38 of SpamSieve is now available.

Save time by adding powerful spam filtering to the e-mail client on your Mac. SpamSieve gives you back your inbox, using Bayesian spam filtering to provide amazing accuracy that’s constantly improving. SpamSieve learns and adapts to your mail, so it’s able to block nearly all the junk—without putting good messages in the spam mailbox. It’s quick and easy to control SpamSieve from within Apple Mail, Airmail, Entourage, MailMate, Mailsmith, Outlook, Postbox 5, PowerMail, and more.

SpamSieve running on your Mac can keep the spam off your iPhone/iPad, and you can even train SpamSieve from your iOS device.

SpamSieve protects your privacy. It does not need access to your mail account login and does not transmit your mail data anywhere. All the processing is done on your Mac.

This is a free update that includes the following changes:

  • SpamSieve 2.9.38 (and also 2.9.37) are compatible with macOS 10.15, however a small number of customers are seeing issues with the Catalina version of Apple Mail. The latest information about Catalina is available here.
  • Worked around an AppleScript bug in Apple Mail on macOS 10.15 that could result in messages trained as good being moved to the inbox of an account that’s disabled, making it look like the messages disappeared. This fix is available for all new installations and for older ones if you choose Install Apple Mail Plug-In from the SpamSieve menu. (If you weren’t seeing this problem or have no disabled accounts, it’s not necessary to update the plug-in.)
  • Worked around an issue that could prevent some Apple Mail messages from being filtered through SpamSieve if SpamSieve had not yet launched and the Mac was overloaded, e.g. because it was relaunching all apps after logging in.
  • Worked around a problem where SpamSieve could be slow to launch if the system privacy database was overloaded.
  • Added the If the Apple Mail Plug-In Doesn’t Appear in the List or Doesn’t Stay Enabled section of the manual.
  • Improved the following sections of the manual:
  • A macOS 10.15 bug can prevent Apple Mail messages from being moved to the Spam mailbox, leaving them colored as spam in the inbox. SpamSieve now offers an alternate Apple Mail Script Rule setup for the small number of customers affected by this bug.
  • Added an experimental esoteric preference (click to enable/disable) to flag incoming spam messages as gray. A few customers are running into a Mail bug in macOS 10.15 that prevents rules from moving messages (even when using an Apple Mail Script Rule). This workaround makes it possible to set up a smart mailbox for gray flagged messages, so that they can easily be viewed and bulk-deleted even if the messages remain in the inbox.
  • Worked around some bugs in macOS 10.15 that could cause Mail to hang when SpamSieve launched.
  • If the Rules file is damaged, SpamSieve will now report some more information about the problem.
  • The Apple Mail - Server Junk Mailbox script now has an option to only mark confirmed spam messages as read, leaving them in the server spam mailbox rather than moving them to a shared spam mailbox.
  • Fixed a bug that could cause a crash when a Software Update… error occurred.
  • Fixed a bug with the crash reporter window and Dark Mode.
  • Modernized the localizations.

SpamSieve 2.9.38 works with macOS 10.7 through 10.15 and requires an e-mail client. Older versions are available for older operating systems. For information about previous releases of SpamSieve, please see the version history.

If you enjoy using SpamSieve, please take a moment to review it on Product Hunt or MacUpdate or to mention it on Twitter, Facebook, or your own site. We’d really appreciate it.

DropDMG 3.5.9

November 15th, 2019 (DropDMG)

Version 3.5.9 of DropDMG is now available.

DropDMG makes it easy to create a professional disk image for your app. Disk images pack entire folders or disks into a single compressed file, either for transport across the Internet or simply for backup or archival. They are Apple’s preferred format for distributing Mac software and the only archive format whose contents you can directly access in the Mac Finder—no extraction or third-party software required.

Deliver your Mac app on a .dmg file with a software license agreement, a custom volume icon, and a precise icon layout atop a Retina-optimized background picture. Customers can install simply by dragging and dropping the app onto the convenient Applications folder link. Code-sign your .dmg so that macOS knows it can be trusted after download.

This is a free update for owners of DropDMG 3.0 that includes the following enhancements:

  • Worked around a bug in macOS 10.15 that could prevent a custom volume icon from being saved.
  • Worked around a bug in macOS 10.15 that prevented the Set Passphrase… sheet from working from within the New Blank Disk Image… panel.
  • Worked around a bug in macOS 10.15 that prevented licenses from being removed when converting a disk image using license None.
  • Worked around a macOS bug that could prevent DropDMG from launching after you used AirPlay.
  • Worked around a macOS bug that could cause the Command-line tool to fail with error Killed: 9 after being updated to a new version until the Mac was restarted.
  • Fixed a bug where the passphrase sheet could be stretched vertically.
  • Modernized the localizations.

DropDMG 3.5.9 works with macOS 10.7 through 10.15. Older versions are available for older operating systems. For information about previous releases of DropDMG, please see the version history.

If you enjoy using DropDMG, please take a moment to review it on the Mac App Store, Product Hunt, or MacUpdate or to mention it on Twitter, Facebook, or your own site. We’d really appreciate it.

Update (2019-11-15): DropDMG 3.5.9 has been submitted to the Mac App Store and is awaiting approval from Apple.

Update (2019-11-15): DropDMG 3.5.9 is now available from the Mac App Store.

ToothFairy 2.6

October 29th, 2019 (ToothFairy)
Download on the Mac App Store
Available on Setapp

Version 2.6 of ToothFairy is now available.

ToothFairy is a Mac menu bar utility that lets you connect AirPods to your Mac with a single click or keypress. It also works with other Bluetooth headphones and with input devices such as mice, keyboards, and game pad controllers. You can see at a glance which devices are connected, as well as their battery levels. ToothFairy can also make music and videos sound better by using a higher quality codec for audio output.

This is a free update that includes the following changes:

  • Added icons for AirPods ProAirPods Pro Disconnected AirPods Pro Connected, Beats XBeats X Disconnected Beats X Connected, Microsoft Surface EarbudsSurface Earbuds Disconnected Surface Earbuds, and an alternate icon for a pair of regular AirPodsAirPods Disconnected AirPods Connected that are positioned symmetrically rather than offset.
  • Adjusted the way battery levels map to gradations in the menu bar gauge.
  • Added a button to the About tab to open the ToothFairy manual.
  • Worked around a macOS bug that could prevent launching the app after using AirPlay.
  • Fixed a regression where the battery level wasn’t shown if it was exactly 100%.
  • Modernized the localizations.
  • Reduced the size of the app.

ToothFairy 2.6 works with macOS 10.11 through 10.15 and requires a Bluetooth device. For information about previous releases of ToothFairy, please see the version history.

If you enjoy using ToothFairy, please take a moment to review it on the Mac App Store, Product Hunt, or MacUpdate or to mention it on Twitter, Facebook, or your own site. We’d really appreciate it.

DropDMG 3.5.8

October 10th, 2019 (DropDMG)

Version 3.5.8 of DropDMG is now available.

DropDMG makes it easy to create a professional disk image for your app. Disk images pack entire folders or disks into a single compressed file, either for transport across the Internet or simply for backup or archival. They are Apple’s preferred format for distributing Mac software and the only archive format whose contents you can directly access in the Mac Finder—no extraction or third-party software required.

Deliver your Mac app on a .dmg file with a software license agreement, a custom volume icon, and a precise icon layout atop a Retina-optimized background picture. Customers can install simply by dragging and dropping the app onto the convenient Applications folder link. Code-sign your .dmg so that macOS knows it can be trusted after download.

This is a free update for owners of DropDMG 3.0 that includes the following enhancements:

  • The Create macOS Install Disk command works around some issues with the macOS 10.15 Catalina installer that could cause errors or the creation of incomplete installation disks.
  • Create macOS Install Disk automatically shows you the volumes list when it’s time to select the destination volume, saving you a step.
  • Updated the Create macOS Install Disk and Signing sections of the manual.
  • When calculating the size of the source folder or app, DropDMG now counts the sizes of any extended attributes. This fixes a problem where some apps (e.g. those made using the Qt framework) that include large numbers of small code-signed files wouldn’t fit on the disk image.
  • Work around a series of bugs in macOS 10.15 that sometimes caused a “Resource temporarily unavailable (-54)” error when creating a disk image with a license agreement.
  • Worked around an issue with macOS 10.14 where the log detail drawer might be slightly too short to fit all of its contents without scrolling.
  • If you have a disk image with a pre-existing license agreement and convert it with None as selected license, on macOS 10.15 the license is kept rather than deleted. This is due to a pair of bugs in Catalina (FB7362946, FB7362950).
  • Fixed a crash that could occur if there was an error creating a macOS install disk.
  • Fixed a bug that could cause a crash when a Software Update error occurred.
  • Fixed a bug with the crash reporter window and Dark Mode.

DropDMG 3.5.8 works with macOS 10.7 through 10.15. Older versions are available for older operating systems. For information about previous releases of DropDMG, please see the version history.

If you enjoy using DropDMG, please take a moment to review it on the Mac App Store, Product Hunt, or MacUpdate or to mention it on Twitter, Facebook, or your own site. We’d really appreciate it.

Update (2019-10-10): DropDMG 3.5.8 has been submitted to the Mac App Store and is awaiting approval from Apple.

Update (2019-10-11): DropDMG 3.5.8 is now available from the Mac App Store.

macOS 10.15 Catalina Compatibility

October 8th, 2019 (BBAutoComplete, DropDMG, EagleFiler, SpamSieve, ToothFairy)

macOS 10.15 Catalina is now available. The latest versions of all of our apps are compatible with Catalina. These are:

You should update to these app versions before updating your Mac to Catalina. Otherwise, depending on how old a version you’re using, you may run into a bug in the automatic software updater and need to update manually. Any known issues are mentioned below. This post will be updated as we address the issues or if any new ones are found.

Although our apps are compatible, we do not recommend updating to Catalina at this time. We have heard many reports of bugs in the initial release of Catalina, from installer issues, to lost settings, the App Store forgetting purchases, miscellaneous glitches, and even data loss (unrelated to our apps). So, if at all possible, we recommend waiting for Apple to address these issues in macOS 10.15.3 or later before you update to Catalina.

If you must update to Catalina now, be sure that you have created a backup (or two) first. As a last resort, you may be able to revert to a snapshot created by the macOS installer before it installed Catalina, although this would lose any files that you modified or created after the update.

BBAutoComplete

  • No known issues.

DropDMG

  1. Creating a disk image with a license agreement may intermittently fail with error -54. This is fixed in DropDMG 3.5.8.

  2. The Create macOS Install Disk command may fail or crash when used with the macOS 10.15 Catalina installer. This is fixed in DropDMG 3.5.8.

  3. If you have a disk image with a license agreement and convert it with None as the selected license, the license is kept rather than deleted. This is due to a pair of bugs in Catalina (FB7362946, FB7362950). This is fixed in DropDMG 3.5.9.

  4. macOS sometimes fails to set a custom volume icon due to a bug in Catalina (FB7365644). This is fixed in DropDMG 3.5.9.

  5. The Set Passphrase… sheet in the New Blank Disk Image window cannot be dismissed by clicking OK or Cancel. This seems to be due to the new save panel architecture in Catalina. You can work around this by setting an encrypted disk image’s passphrase using a configuration or by skipping the Set Passphrase… button, in which case DropDMG will prompt you for the passphrase midway through creating the disk image. This is fixed in DropDMG 3.5.9.

EagleFiler

  • Due to a bug in Catalina (FB7435415), embedded images imported from Evernote may not display at the right size. This is fixed in EagleFiler 1.8.11.

SpamSieve

  1. SpamSieve should automatically update its Apple Mail plug-in to the Catalina version at launch. After updating the plug-in, you’ll need to enable it in Mail’s Manage Plug-in… sheet. It is possible, e.g. if something delays or prevents SpamSieve from launching, that Mail will move some new messages to the Spam mailbox without consulting SpamSieve.

    To prevent this, and to make updating as smooth as possible, we recommend:

    1. Before updating to Catalina, go to the Rules section of Mail’s Preferences window and uncheck the SpamSieve rule to temporarily turn it off.
    2. After updating to Catalina, before launching Mail, open SpamSieve and choose Install Apple Mail Plug-In from the SpamSieve menu.
    3. Launch Mail and enable the SpamSieve plug-in.
    4. Turn the SpamSieve rule back on in Mail’s Preferences.
  2. Catalina seems to be a bit more strict about the locations where Apple Mail plug-ins can be loaded from. If you don’t see the SpamSieve plug-in listed in the Manage Plug-in… sheet, please follow the If the Apple Mail Plug-In Doesn’t Appear in the List or Doesn’t Stay Enabled instructions. Mail requires that plug-ins be stored on the same volume as your home folder, so do not try to use a symlink to redirect Mail’s data files to another location.

  3. A bug in Catalina prevents SpamSieve from being able to tell whether an account in Apple Mail is disabled (FB7035263). In some circumstances, this can cause SpamSieve to move a message to the inbox of a disabled account when you use the Train as Good command. Because the account is hidden, it will look like the message has disappeared. For more information, please see #3 in this section of the manual. This is fixed in SpamSieve 2.9.38.

  4. A bug in Catalina may prevent the Apple Mail - Discard Spam script from fully deleting messages from the Spam mailbox, instead leaving them in the trash (FB7145734). You can manually empty the trash to finish deleting them.

  5. We’ve received 3 reports (but have not been able to reproduce here) that Apple Mail rules that move messages to iCloud mailboxes instead make the messages disappear. This ended up being a temporary iCloud server issue, unrelated to Catalina or SpamSieve.

  6. We’ve received 17 reports (but have not been able to reproduce here) that spam messages are marked and colored as spam in the inbox but not moved to the local Spam mailbox under On My Mac. This seems to be due to a bug in Apple Mail (FB7388651), as it also occurs for regular, non-SpamSieve rules that move messages to a local mailbox. It’s not clear why the bug affects only a small number of users.

    You can manually bulk-select the messages in the inbox and choose Message ‣ Apply Rules to re-apply the rules, and that does move the messages. To automatically move the messages, it may help to click this link to tell SpamSieve not to mark spam messages as junk on the server. You can also install SpamSieve 2.9.38, choose Install Apple Mail Plug-In from the SpamSieve, and use an Apple Mail Script Rule.

  7. We’ve heard reports (but have not been able to reproduce here) that moving Apple Mail messages between mailboxes (whether or not SpamSieve is installed) can make the messages turn blank. You can still use SpamSieve without moving any messages. For example, you can use the Change Settings command to tell SpamSieve not to move messages trained as good back to the inbox. And you can Option-drag messages to copy them instead of moving them.

ToothFairy

  • No known issues.

Although many customers have been testing the apps with beta versions of Catalina for several months, it is possible that there are issues that we have not seen before. Please let us know if you encounter any problems. It’s helpful if you choose Save Diagnostic Report from the Help menu and attach the report file to your e-mail.

ToothFairy 2.5.1

October 1st, 2019 (ToothFairy)
Download on the Mac App Store
Available on Setapp

Version 2.5.1 of ToothFairy is now available. ToothFairy is a Mac menu bar utility that lets you connect AirPods to your Mac with a single click or keypress. It also works with other Bluetooth headphones and with input devices such as mice, keyboards, and game pad controllers. You can see at a glance which devices are connected, as well as their battery levels. ToothFairy can also make music and videos sound better by using a higher quality codec for audio output.

This is a free update that includes the following changes:

  • The battery gauge uses twice as many gradations as before to show the battery level more precisely.
  • The Control-click menu now shows the battery percentage on a separate line, to avoid having such a wide menu item.
  • If you rename a Bluetooth device, the name now updates in ToothFairy without having to relaunch the app.
  • The Bluetooth devices are now sorted by name in the Preferences window.
  • Adjusted the battery level tooltip text so that it doesn’t look funny if only one of the AirPods is connected.
  • Worked around a crash on macOS 10.15 that could occur if the system asked you for permission to allow ToothFairy to control your Bluetooth device and you declined.
  • Worked around a potential crash that could occur if a Bluetooth device’s name couldn’t be loaded.
  • All the settings are now documented in the manual.

ToothFairy 2.5.1 works with macOS 10.11 through 10.15 and requires a Bluetooth device. For information about previous releases of ToothFairy, please see the version history.

If you enjoy using ToothFairy, please take a moment to review it on the Mac App Store, Product Hunt, or MacUpdate or to mention it on Twitter, Facebook, or your own site. We’d really appreciate it.

EagleFiler 1.8.10

September 26th, 2019 (EagleFiler)

Version 1.8.10 of EagleFiler is now available.

EagleFiler makes organizing and managing your information easy. It lets you archive and search mail, Web pages, PDF files, word processing documents, images, and more. Use it to collect information from a variety of sources. Browse different types of files using a familiar three-pane interface. Organize them into folders and annotate them with tags and notes, or leave everything in one folder and pin-point the information you need using the live search. Since EagleFiler stores its library in Finder format, you can use it in concert with the other tools in your Mac ecosystem.

EagleFiler is a digital filing cabinet, a research assistant, snippet collector, and document organizer. You can use it to write a journal, track all the files for a project or job, manage your bookmarks, save your favorite Web articles, store financial statements and receipts, run a paperless office, plan a trip, collect your course notes, archive your e-mail correspondence, search mailing list archives, research a purchase, remember recipes to cook or books to read, store scientific papers, sort photos, gather legal case notes, or assemble a scrapbook. It’s the most flexible tool on your Mac.

This is a free update that includes the following enhancements:

  • When converting from Evernote to rich text (RTFD), EagleFiler makes images display at their intended sizes. (Previously, EagleFiler used the actual sizes of the image files it was given.) Very large images are scaled down to fit a reasonable page width. No image data is lost, as EagleFiler changes the logical image resolution rather than resampling the image.
  • Searching using Match Partial Words now works better with queries containing the / character.
  • When multiple records are selected in the viewer, EagleFiler now shows the overall count in addition to the breakdown by file type.
  • Temporary files are now excluded from iCloud Drive syncing.
  • Worked around a Spotlight bug in macOS 10.14 that could prevent indexing from making progress.
  • Fixed various bugs in the Evernote-to-RTF converter: lines that would run together into one, extra line breaks and spaces, and text content that was missing or incorrectly formatted due to a macOS bug.
  • Fixed a bug where EagleFiler would let you import a new file using the same name as an existing record whose file was missing. This could lead to the old record becoming linked to the new file.
  • Fixed a bug that could cause a crash when a Software Update error occurred.
  • Fixed a bug with the crash reporter window and Dark Mode.
  • Fixed a bug where importing a Web page whose title was “.” could cause an error.
  • Updated to Xcode 11.

EagleFiler 1.8.10 works with macOS 10.9 through 10.15. Older versions are available for older operating systems. For information about previous releases of EagleFiler, please see the version history.

If you enjoy using EagleFiler, please take a moment to review it on the Mac App Store, Product Hunt, or MacUpdate or to mention it on Twitter, Facebook, or your own site. We’d really appreciate it.

Update (2019-09-26): EagleFiler 1.8.10 has been submitted to the Mac App Store and is awaiting approval from Apple.

Update (2019-09-26): EagleFiler 1.8.10 is now available from the Mac App Store.

DropDMG 3.5.7

September 3rd, 2019 (DropDMG)

Version 3.5.7 of DropDMG is now available.

DropDMG makes it easy to create a professional disk image for your app. Disk images pack entire folders or disks into a single compressed file, either for transport across the Internet or simply for backup or archival. They are Apple’s preferred format for distributing Mac software and the only archive format whose contents you can directly access in the Mac Finder—no extraction or third-party software required.

Deliver your Mac app on a .dmg file with a software license agreement, a custom volume icon, and a precise icon layout atop a Retina-optimized background picture. Customers can install simply by dragging and dropping the app onto the convenient Applications folder link. Code-sign your .dmg so that macOS knows it can be trusted after download.

This is a free update for owners of DropDMG 3.0 that includes the following enhancements:

  • If setting a disk image’s layout fails, DropDMG will now report a better error message that explains how to enable Automation access in System Preferences, rather than just mentioning error code -1743.
  • Worked around a Mac App Store bug that prevented setting disk image layouts when using macOS 10.14 or later.
  • Expanded the Signing section of the manual with more information about the different kinds of signing, as well as notarization.
  • Worked around a bug in macOS 10.13 and later that can corrupt a custom volume icon.
  • Worked around permissions error that could occur when converting a disk image to an archive on newer versions of macOS.

DropDMG 3.5.7 works with macOS 10.7 through 10.15. Older versions are available for older operating systems. For information about previous releases of DropDMG, please see the version history.

If you enjoy using DropDMG, please take a moment to review it on the Mac App Store, Product Hunt, or MacUpdate or to mention it on Twitter, Facebook, or your own site. We’d really appreciate it.

Update (2019-09-03): DropDMG 3.5.7 has been submitted to the Mac App Store and is awaiting approval from Apple.

Update (2019-09-03): DropDMG 3.5.7 is now available from the Mac App Store.