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Mediunic gets a major update for macOS Sierra

Sep 21, 2016 - Independent software developer, Guilherme Rambo today announces Mediunic 1.2, an importnat update to his popular Medium Client developed exclusively for Mac OS X. Offering the best experience for the Mac, Mediunic is a simple app which allows users to read Medium stories on a clean, distraction-free interface. With version 1.2, users can now enjoy the same experience when writing on Medium, since the app now supports writing stories as well.

ChibiStudio for iMessage lets users create cute characters with friends

Sep 14, 2016 - Independent developer, Guilherme Rambo today introduces ChibiStudio 1.0.13, his new social networking app exclusively for iOS devices. ChibiStudio lets users create cute little characters in collaboration with friends, inside iMessage. The app offers more than 500 items including all sorts of eyes, hair, mouth, clothing, shoes and other categories. The characters created by the user or with the help of the user's friends are saved and can be used later as stickers on any iMessage conversation.

BrowserHub gets a new name and a new feature

Apr 08, 2016 - Guilherme Rambo today officially introduces BrowserFreedom 1.1.2 for OS X. Due to trademark issues, the app is now rechristened from BrowserHub to BrowserFreedom. BrowserFreedom solves a simple yet frustrating problem for many users: the management of multiple web browsers on OS X. Along with the new name change, version 1.1 introduces lots of bug fixes and a new feature called "URL expander" which allows the user to copy the original URL from a shortened link.

BrowserHub helps users manage multiple web browsers on OS X

Feb 24, 2016 - Independent Mac developer, Guilherme Rambo today announces BrowserHub 1.0, his new web browser based utility developed for Mac OS X. BrowserHub sits between links and the web browsers installed on the system, so users can create rules which determine what browser should be used depending on the context. The user creates simple rules based on the URL and selects a browser to open links matching those rules. Rules can be created based on protocol, host, path, file extension or app.