MacUpdater is an app that keeps all your applications up-to-date effortlessly. It can automatically track the latest updates of all applications installed on your Mac. Launch MacUpdater to see at a glance which of your apps are out-of-date.
Version: 1.2.3MacUpdater is an app that keeps all your applications up-to-date effortlessly. It can automatically track the latest updates of all applications installed on your Mac.
License: Free To Try $9.99
Operating System: Mac OS X
Launch MacUpdater to see at a glance which of your apps are out-of-date. With a simple click you can update any outdated app. Don't waste any more time manually searching for updates, downloading, installing and cleaning up. Let MacUpdater take care of it all for you!
Scan your Apps - Maintain the Overview Nothing could be more easy than finding out which of your apps are out-of-date with MacUpdater. Just launch it and let it scan your apps.
You'll see a list of all your apps, and apps with updates are listed in red. There are convenient filter-options to display just those apps that are outdated. You can also ignore apps or updates you are not interested in.
No Registration Needed - Total Privacy In contrast to competing services, you don't need to register to use MacUpdater. Just launch it, scan & update.
Stay Up-to-Date - Stay Secure Updating apps could not be simpler - just click the 'Update' button next to any outdated app and MacUpdater will update the app to the current version automatically.
MacUpdater can silently run in the back-ground, check your apps for updates every day and let you know about new updates with with notifications.
One-time Purchase No Subscriptions
MacUpdater is an one-time-purchase without any shady memberships, subscription crap or adhesion contracts. There is no need to sell your soul or to rob the piggy-bank to use MacUpdater.
Its a simple, one-time purchase costing 9.99$/. And if you just want to scan your apps without updating them, its even free!
Version 1.2.3: • Fixed problem where updating apps would often fail with an 'extraction error' (since 1.2)