iwascoding releases GarageSale 6
Berlin, Germany, July 26th, 2010 - Mac and iPhone software developer
iwascoding releases GarageSale 6, the most extensive update in the history
of its eBay listing solution for the Mac.
GarageSale supports recently introduced eBay features as variations or
eBay's new item condition, which will become mandatory for many categories
on July, 27th.
The application has been rewritten to use Apple's CoreData technology and
run in 64-bit mode on supported Macs for improved performance. Furthermore
much requested features as inventory tracking, improved batch editing, and
more controls for auction designs have been added.
More information about changes can be found here:
GarageSale enables Mac OS X users to create eBay auctions using an intuitive
and Mac-like interface. It features a WYSIWYG auction editor and can import
photos from iPhoto, a digital camera, or iSight. GarageSale supports
advanced eBay features such as item attributes, and automatically uploads
auction images to a web server via FTP, MobileMe, or WebDAV. More than 140
free listing designs are included with GarageSale. Users can upload up to 10
images per auction free of charge to the GarageSale image service.
The current version of GarageSale is available in English and German. It
supports eBay USA, UK, Germany, Canada, Australia, Austria, Switzerland,
France, Spain, Italy, Netherlands, Ireland, and both eBay Belgium sites.
GarageSale is available for USD/EURO 39.99. A family license which allows
the installation of GarageSale on up to 5 computers in a household or
business is available for USD/EURO 65.99. An unlicensed version of
GarageSale allows the upload of 3 auctions to eBay.
GarageSale 6 is a paid upgrade for existing GarageSale users. Upgrade prices
start for USD/EUR 16.99 (single user license) and USD/EUR 21.99 (family