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Go Edit 1.1.1 Release Notes

Improves support for iOS 11 and compatibility with the iPhone X

Rooster for Apple TV

Rooster 1.1.1 Release Notes

Sharper 4K UHD TV graphics on the 5th generation Apple TV and ready for tvOS 11.

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Instant Motivator 3.0 Release Notes

Version 3.0 improves compatibility with iOS 8.4 and above with support for Plus-sized iPhone and the iPad Pro. This release would be fully compatible with iOS 11 when it is released.

Your workspace is too noisy? You might want to consider Bose's offering. I've been using their flagship headphones, the QuietComfort 25 and QuietComfort 35 and each have their own advantages and drawbacks.

Noise Canceling Headphones: Bose QC25 vs QC35

Your workspace is too noisy? You might want to consider Bose’s offering. I’ve been using their flagship headphones, the QuietComfort 25 and QuietComfort 35 and each have their own advantages and drawbacks.

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Rooster 1.0.1 Release Notes

Stability improvements and new app icon for the Wake-on-LAN app for Apple TV. Get it now!

Scuttlebutt 2.2 fully embraces the San Francisco system font introduced in Mac OS X 10.11 "El Capitan" yet still maintain compatibility with Mac OS X 10.10 "Yosemite". This release also includes a number of bug fixes and stability enhancements.

Scuttlebutt 2.2 – Goodbye Helvetica Neue, hello San Francisco!

Scuttlebutt 2.2 fully embraces the San Francisco system font introduced in Mac OS X 10.11 “El Capitan” yet still maintain compatibility with Mac OS X 10.10 “Yosemite”. This release also includes a number of bug fixes and stability enhancements.

I needed an app to wake up our media server from the Apple TV. So I made one. Here's a behind-the-scenes story on why we need such an app, what considerations that went into designing the app, and some interesting tidbits about network programming on such a low level. Maybe (just maybe) you'll need the app too.

Introducing Rooster: the easy to use Wake on LAN app for the Apple TV

I needed an app to wake up our media server from the Apple TV. So I made one. Here’s a behind-the-scenes story on why we need such an app, what considerations that went into designing the app, and some interesting tidbits about network programming on such a low level. Maybe (just maybe) you’ll need the […]

Most people think servers as hardware that are never turned off. That may be true for those serving a global audience but not so much for devices in the home or small office. People don't run 24x7 hence having some downtime for your servers may be beneficial, notably for your home servers.

Save Money by Scheduling your Servers

Most people think servers as hardware that are never turned off. That may be true for those serving a global audience but not so much for devices in the home or small office. People don’t run 24×7 hence having some downtime for your servers may be beneficial, notably for your home servers.

Apple TV is not just a media player. Make the most of your Apple TV to command and control your home network. We're working on a new app for the 4th generation Apple TV so that you can save electricity while still enjoying movie nights in your home theater.

Project Rooster for Apple TV

Apple TV is not just a media player. Make the most of your Apple TV to command and control your home network. We’re working on a new app for the 4th generation Apple TV so that you can save electricity while still enjoying movie nights in your home theater.

Overview of Touch Bar buttons new in Scuttlebutt 2.1

Scuttlebutt 2.1 adds Touch Bar Support

Overview of Touch Bar buttons new in Scuttlebutt 2.1