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AuctionGenie for Mac

eBay auction listing utility.

$50.00
In English
Version 4.2.3
3.8
Based on 1 user rate

AuctionGenie overview

Note: AuctionGenie is no longer under development, and it is no longer available for download.

AuctionGenie manages selling, bidding, tracking, and related activities for auctions listed on the eBay Web site at http://www.ebay.com/. You can use it to create and list your own auctions, automate bidding at specified times, track the status of auctions you're interested in (even those for which you have not yet placed bids), prepare transaction reports, send feedback, and manage post-auction transactions such as payment and delivery. It is the most advanced and automated software of its kind for the Mac.

AuctionGenie uses templates to define the content of the standard text it creates for inclusion in the boilerplate section of auction listings, in winning-bidder notifications, in feedback messages, and in transaction status reports. It also uses templates to define the different layout styles that can be used when your item is displayed on eBay. You can provide your own templates for complete control over the text that AuctionGenie creates. Furthermore, you can include conditional statements in templates to allow different text to be created depending on the values stored in database fields.

What’s new in version 4.2.3

Version 4.2.3:
  • A duration of 30 days can now be selected for a fixed-price auction.

AuctionGenie for Mac

$50.00
In English
Version 4.2.3
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3.8

(7 Reviews of AuctionGenie)

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Guest
Guest
Nov 2 2005
3.4.3
3.8
Nov 2 2005
3.8
Version: 3.4.3
While the yearly fee is a glaring sore it is amazing how the product gets mediocre reviews and continues to find an audience. There may be a lot to say about gullible newbies and their desire to hit the big time using ebay.
Guest
Guest
Sep 26 2005
3.4.2
3.8
Sep 26 2005
3.8
Version: 3.4.2
Looks like the author cracked A.I.D ( filemaker ) and did a bad job at it! Hard to read, and repeative times I still could not download the only auction I had running. Once I did, it did not list the current bid.. and wrong shipping info. Too bad A.I.D. is dead .. and I will give this author one star for the effort ... but a zip for design. Good luck eBayers ..
scotteg
scotteg
Jul 13 2005
3.4.1
0.0
Jul 13 2005
0.0
Version: 3.4.1
Looks to be comprehensive and well-designed, but the developer confirmed to me that it does not support eBay Store custom categories.
Guest
Guest
Jul 13 2005
3.4.1
3.8
Jul 13 2005
3.8
Version: 3.4.1
Am I the only one not happy with the 40/year fee? I mean why buy a program to upload stuff to ebay if you have to pay a "yearly Subscription." If someone is the occasional seller on ebay this app would definitely not suit them at all. Just my opinion
Guest
Guest
Feb 17 2005
3.3.4
3.8
Feb 17 2005
3.8
Version: 3.3.4
While the product has lots of features, there are two main problems. First, while it has automatic emailing, it is difficult to predice what it is going to send and which records it will use. The prep for making sure the batch jobs will work the way you want is too much work. Also, date entries don't seem to defaut to "todays" date, therefore every date (and there are many on each record) must be entered by hand. Authors would do well to check out AID 4.2.4 which takes care of these problems, but is no longer supported.
Guest
Guest
Feb 17 2005
3.8
Feb 17 2005
3.8
Version: null