Freeter
Freeter
1.2.1

5.0

Freeter free download for Mac

Freeter

1.2.1
19 September 2017

Streamline the creative workflow.

Overview

Freeter was created for those who works on computer and have to do lots of repetitive actions, such as launch editing tools, open project files, navigate to a task manager and so on.

Freeter enables you to turn the messy workflow into a streamlined process, saving you time and effort. It collects all things you need to work on your projects in one place and makes them highly accessible. Accessing all your project-related things becomes as easy as pushing Cmd+Shift+F.

Note: Free edition supports 3 projects, 5 dashboards per project, and standard icons in the appearance settings. If you need unlimited projects and dashboards, and want customizable icons, then you should buy Pro.

What's new in Freeter

Version 1.2.1:
  • Hotfix to resolve Unexpected Crashes issue. (Bug Report)

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3 Freeter Reviews

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Raddle
29 March 2017

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Freeter has totally streamlined the way I work. The ability to have a series of workspaces configured around the web apps I use or consult all the time is a massive productivity gain, especially having two or more in the same screen. The free version will be plenty for most, but I upgraded after an hour. The company is responsive, too — a minor issue I had in 1.0 has been fixed straight away in 1.1. Definitely worth taking for a spin: if it suits the way you work, you're going to love it.
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Version 1.1.0
Veryvito
16 August 2017
This app is either exactly what you need (as it was for me, a Web and App developer by trade), or it will leave you stumped. Download it, give it a try, and see what happens. I tried the free version and almost immediately purchased the Pro version (not because I needed to, but because I like to support things that make my work easier). If nothing else, the ability to log into the same Web app using two different accounts (at the same time) is worth the price of admission.

There's really nothing else like this out there (which is surprising, as once you use it, it's hard to think why nobody has made it before).
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Version 1.2.0
Raddle
29 March 2017
Freeter has totally streamlined the way I work. The ability to have a series of workspaces configured around the web apps I use or consult all the time is a massive productivity gain, especially having two or more in the same screen. The free version will be plenty for most, but I upgraded after an hour. The company is responsive, too — a minor issue I had in 1.0 has been fixed straight away in 1.1. Definitely worth taking for a spin: if it suits the way you work, you're going to love it.
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Version 1.1.0
Prince-Isaac
27 September 2016
I always thought it a bit disingenuous for a dev to charge folks to be beta testers, even if it's discounted 10%. Make the beta a time-restricted build then offer beta testers who actually provided feedback a discount when you go with the 1.0 version.
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Version 0.9.0
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Levelbest
Levelbest
23 October 2017
This comment is too far out of date to have any meaning for the following reasons;

1) I have been actively involved as a paying customer since August 2017, shortly after Freeter’s sale to it’s current developer in July 2017 and I have never heard of any sort of a beta program. This comment, made sept 2016, must have been made against Freeter’s original developer. It is therefore no longer relavent - or fair, to offer such an assertion.

2) Complaining about a discounted price while having access to testing and improving such a great app doesn’t make sense to me? I have posted numerous suggestions on the forums of Freeter just because the new developer seems genuinely interested in feedback. I am not complaining that I bought it though.

3) Freeter is free for three projects and about $30 USD for unlimited projects. There is very little difference between the paid and the free version other than that - I think the paid allows custom icons for widgets which is not a deal breaker in my book. Said another way, the free version really is 99.9% complete, and not time limited. Try it out. You get three projects max in free mode. You can delete one or rename it and do whatever with it. Or delete all three and create three other projects. Three, is three, not three and you can‘t use it anymore.

4) This new devloper has been very open to users feedback.
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  • Intel 64
  • OS X 10.9.0 or later
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