myApps
myApps
2.4

4.0

myApps free download for Mac

myApps

2.4
02 June 2010

Drag-and-drop license keeper.

Overview

Note: myApps is no longer under development, and it is no longer available for sale.

myApps is a clear program, crafted with attention to detail, for storing and organizing software serial numbers, license files and attachments like .pdf files or mails.

myApps helps you to keep track of all important information of all your purchased software (tools, services, widgets etc.) in a straight forward and easy to use way.

Best of all - everything works with drag-and-drop and all your data and files can by synced with your iDisk or Dropbox.

myApps can also be used as a portable application - thus can run from any thumb-drive…

Key Features

  • AES 256-bit encryption
  • password protection
  • iDisk | Dropbox sync
  • portable application
  • Quick Look (files | attachments)
  • iTunes-like search
  • import MacUpdate license files
  • import AppShelf license files
  • auto-fill user information
  • international currency
  • export license files
  • print | export complete library (.csv | .xml)
  • backup complete library (incl. files as .zip)
  • lots of more nifty features
  • What's new in myApps

    Version 2.4:
    • added support for 10.6.4
    • improved Quick Look of attached files
    • improved Dropbox sync
    • improved auto-fill
    • fixed some bugs and glitches

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    5 myApps Reviews

    Rate this app:

    chiefsucker
    08 October 2009

    Most helpful

    myApps is a nice and focused license keeper. I'm a real software junkie and own hundreds of different licenses. With myApps I have a dedicated and fast way to store my data and to look it up whenever I do a clean install of my Mac or buy a new one and just want to transfer some of my licenses. The nice thing about myApps is that it supports not only serial numbers, but also files (I don't like license files at all, but that's how some developers implement their validation and it's nice to see that myApps supports this kind of license keys). The other great thing is that I can add notes to my application licenses. Whenever I have a support incident I take notes about the speed, friendliness and overall impression of my ticket. When I buy new software I look this data up and decide if it's worth to try another product from the same developer. Another thing I keep in the notes section is information about the purchase, like a direct purchase or bundle purchase and what data do I have to backup if I want to migrate an application with all my personal settings and data. Great app, great developer and really fast support.
    Like (4)
    Version 1.1
    Ezmac
    25 April 2014
    MacFoto, myApps is working fine since Snow Leopard. Now I'm running Mavericks last beta. and it still working. Maybe you need to perform a system's clean install. Some friends reported some freezes. After doing that al things go on. BTW I've near 450 serials stocked in myApp !!
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    Version 2.4
    Ezmac
    24 May 2012
    myApps has been discontinued but it works in Mountain Lion... bad new. I works fine for me.
    Like (1)
    Version 2.4
    2 answer(s)
    Ezmac
    Ezmac
    24 May 2012
    Oops, i forgot this: now you can use for free.. His developer said: "Today I’ve decided to offer myApps (its old website) for free – mostly because of the App Store – and why trash it, if there still are lots of people asking if they still can purchase it. " store.http://moapp.tumblr.com/page/6
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    Macfoto
    Macfoto
    25 April 2014
    No, it doesn't work in ML!! Beware of this! You will lost all your data!
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    Fariborz
    20 November 2009
    Amazing piece of software that despite its tiny size works miracles when it comes to take care of your serial numbers. It has a very clean interface and contains only fields that are necessary for filing your information - nothing more, nothing less. This small footprint keeps it very intuitive and fast making it one of the best utilities of its kind. Last but not least, at this price it's a steal! Fariborz AMIRSHAHI - Verona (Italy)
    Like (3)
    Version 2.2
    Larryb16
    08 October 2009
    I'm currently using Yojimbo to store all of my software serial numbers, but the drag-and-drop feature that is supposed to be part of myApps would be a major improvement. I'm going to give it a trial spin for that feature alone.
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    Version 1.2
    chiefsucker
    08 October 2009
    myApps is a nice and focused license keeper. I'm a real software junkie and own hundreds of different licenses. With myApps I have a dedicated and fast way to store my data and to look it up whenever I do a clean install of my Mac or buy a new one and just want to transfer some of my licenses. The nice thing about myApps is that it supports not only serial numbers, but also files (I don't like license files at all, but that's how some developers implement their validation and it's nice to see that myApps supports this kind of license keys). The other great thing is that I can add notes to my application licenses. Whenever I have a support incident I take notes about the speed, friendliness and overall impression of my ticket. When I buy new software I look this data up and decide if it's worth to try another product from the same developer. Another thing I keep in the notes section is information about the purchase, like a direct purchase or bundle purchase and what data do I have to backup if I want to migrate an application with all my personal settings and data. Great app, great developer and really fast support.
    Like (4)
    Version 1.1