January 5, 2010 in Utility (E)
[prMac.com] San Francisco, CA - AppZapper announced today that AppZapper 2.0, "the uninstaller Apple forgot" has a fresh new design for Mac OS X Snow Leopard, Apple's latest operating system. Mac users can quickly remove unwanted applications with a familiar drag and drop interface or browse all of their applications using the new Hit List feature, found only in the latest version of the original Mac OS X uninstaller. My Apps, another new feature, turns applications you've purchased into an easily accessible trading-card style collection.
"AppZapper has been helping thousands of people remove unwanted applications from their Macs using a familiar drag and drop interface since 2006. It's made for people who like to TRY lots of applications on their machine and then clean up if they decide not to keep them.", says Austin Sarner, lead developer on AppZapper. "The new My Apps feature makes that decision to Zap or Not crystal clear and very safe." Dragging applications that have been purchased into My Apps provides an easy way to manage a collection of serial and registration information for owned applications.
AppZapper 2.0 has increased ease of use and added long-term value with the new Hit List and My Apps features. Everybody using Mac OS X Snow Leopard should get AppZapper 2.0 and increase their confidence in trying new Mac applications from hundreds of Mac developers.
AppZapper ignited the uninstaller revolution on Mac OS X in 2006. Today, AppZapper continues to focus on ease of use and simplicity. AppZapper is a one-trick pony that does its trick the way you want. AppZapper is now available for only $12.95 (USD).
AppZapper ignited the uninstaller revolution on Mac OS X in 2006. Today, AppZapper continues to focus on ease of use and simplicity. AppZapper is a one-trick pony that does its trick the way you want. Copyright (C) 2009 Brian Ball and AppZapper. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo and Mac OS X are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.