November 12, 2012 in Utility
[prMac.com] Berlin, Germany - Mac and iOS software developer iwascoding releases GarageSale 6.5, a free update for its eBay listing application for the Mac.
GarageSale 6.5 uploads larger images to eBay's and iwascoding's image servers. When iwascoding's image server is used, sellers can now include up to 20 images per listing at a resolution of up to 1200x800 pixels free of charge. GarageSale 6.5 can upload images to eBay's and iwascoding's servers simultaneously. This way, the application will embed fully detailed images in the listings description, while having all images appear in the gallery of eBay's mobile apps.
In GarageSale's Editor mode, you can now compose your item description using Markdown syntax, giving sellers a quick alternative to GarageSale's built-in WYSIWYG editor.
GarageSale is an application that allows OS X users to design, post, and manage stunning eBay listings. It is responsible for about 1.3 million listings on eBay right now. GarageSale integrates perfectly with Apple's iPhoto, offers free image hosting, and includes over 140 free auction designs. It also supports eBay Stores, eBay Motors, PayPal, Twitter and many international eBay sites. GarageSale incorporates powerful features like batch editing, inventory tracking and managing multiple eBay accounts.
Pricing & Availability:
GarageSale 6.5 is available for $39.99 USD from the iwascoding website right away and should be available from the Mac App Store later this week. GarageSale 6.5 is a free update for owners of GarageSale 6. Upgrades from older versions are available starting at $16.99. The unlicensed version is restricted to posting 3 listings to eBay. GarageSale 6.5 requires OS X 10.6 or later.
iwascoding is a German software company focused on creating native eBay and PayPal solutions for the Mac OS X and iOS platforms. Copyright (C) 2012 iwascoding. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.