With Kiwingu you will be able to access your cloud storage with the same simplicity as you currently use USB pen drives. Kiwingu supports multiple different protocol types to ensure that you can access your cloud storage without bothering with additional software packages. When using Kiwingu, your cloud drive appears in your Finder the same way your USB pen drives would do when you plug them into your computer. Your cloud drives are accessible from every application on your system and you don’t have to make the detour through your web browser or another piece of software just to download or upload a file to or from the cloud.
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Today we are releasing our next plugin for Apple’s Mail application, CargoLifter. With CargoLifter you won’t fill other people’s email inboxes any longer. Instead of sending email file attachments as part of the email, CargoLifter automatically uploads all file attachments to your favorite cloud service (e.g. Dropbox or YouSendIt) and afterwards adds the corresponding download links to your email message. The email’s recipient can then easily download the files from the cloud instead of storing the files as part of the email ins his mailbox.
Feel free to test CargoLifter by downloading it now.
Today ChungwaSoft releases a new plugin for Apple’s Mail application. Face2Face shows people’s personal images as their sender image. These images come from Facebook, Gravatar or Face2Face’s own image database. This database will grow by adding your own personal image through Face2Face. The more people use Face2Face, the more images will be shown in your email’s inbox.
The best about Face2Face is, that it is absolutely free to use. Just download it now and enhance your favorite email application by a great new feature.
Face2Face – Emails with Personality.
ForgetMeNot is getting more and more successful and we are proud to announce another major update to this awesome Mail plugin. More and more people use ForgetMeNot to avoid the embarrassing situation when sending an email, which mentions some file attachment, but that particular file was never attached to the email before pressing the send button. At this moment, you probably remember many of these situations, right?
ForgetMeNot 1.3 brings some improvements to its internal updating functionality to make sure you always have the latest and greatest version on your computer. Moreover, we added a welcome message for new users to find ForgetMeNot’s preferences more easily.
Please feel free to download our great Mail plugin now…
Today we release the next major update of our awesome VPN client, Shimo. With Shimo 3.2 we fixed a lot of the smaller issues, which were reported by our users. Moreover, this update to Shimo comes with a great new way to automate your VPN connections: Triggers.
With Triggers you can assign your VPN profiles to certain events like Network changes, application launches and others. This makes it possible to automatically establish a secured connection whenever you open Mail or Safari or whenever you connect to a wireless network with a certain name. Isn’t that great?!
So, don’t waste any more time and download Shimo 3.2
Today we release the next major update to our great attachment scanner plugin ForgetMeNot. With the latest version we added scanning of your email’s subject line for keywords. Moreover, images in your email signatures are ignored now. Our Italian users eventually have their own localized version of ForgetMeNot. Bravo!
Good news for Lion (OS X 10.7) users: ForgetMeNot is compatible with the latest Mail.app of the latest OS X update (10.7.5).
Get ForgetMeNot 1.2 now and forget about forgotten email attachments…
ForgetMeNot becomes international: Starting with version 1.1 we added new localizations to our great attachment reminder plugin. With French, Dutch and Portuguese there are already 5 languages supported by ForgetMeNot. Moreover, we fixed some minor issues of the plugin…
If you want to help us supporting even more languages, then please feel free to register a user account on Transifex and join ForgetMeNot’s localization project: https://www.transifex.com/projects/p/ForgetMeNot/
Time has come for another great application from ChungwaSoft. We are very proud to announce the start of the Kiwingu
closedBETA today. People willing to help testing our new software product are invited to register in our community forum and send me a short message with the request to be added to the BETA test. Please include a short description of yourself and your experience in BETA testing software products.
After an approval process,you will be able to see the BETA forums, which also give you access to the latest Kiwingu BETA versions, which you can download and try on your system. Any kind of feedback is highly appreciated, of course.
To everyone excited to know what Kiwingu is all about: As cloud storage becomes ubiquitous, there is a need for good client applications, which make your remote storage available to your local computer system. Kiwingu does exactly this: It allows to integrate remote cloud storage into your OS X the same way you do with USB pen drives. Just connect and that’s it. In its first version Kiwingu will support FTP, SFTP, Amazon S3 and WebDAV services … more services to be announced
As previously announced, we would like to release our software products in as many languages as possible. To achieve this goal we need your help!
If you want to help translating Shimo, ForgetMeNot and future products into your mother tongue, then please register for an account at Transifex ( http://www.transifex.com )
If you already have a Transifex account, send us a short message including your account name to get you added to the localization team.
We want to provide the best user experience possible to our customers. As our products are successful all over the world, part of this user experience is the localization of our software. Our products are always available in English and a German localization will be added quite soon as this is relatively straight-forward for us as a German company.
To be able to offer our software titles in more languages, we are currently looking for people willing to help us translating the apps. So, if you speak Spanish, French, Italian, Chinese or anything else and are interested in helping us from here, don’t hesitate to get in contact with us…