After the latest update to macOS 10.12 (Sierra), you might have noticed that the performance of your CPU reduced. You probably didn’t associate this with your favorite Flexihub or USB Network Gate software. We are aware of this issue and here are the things we want you to know:
- While testing macOS 10.12 we found out that USB Network Gate and Flexihub overloads the CPU. You don’t even need to launch the software or share a device with it for the CPU to overload, just the presence of the software in your computer overloads it.
What are we doing to fix it you may ask?
We started by contacting Apple Developer Technical Support. They responded by saying that this issue might be a minor OS bug.
Our team of engineers and Apple’s Developer support team at the moment are working round the clock to fix this bug and improve the existing features.
Our advice to you at this point is to keep track of your CPU activities via the Activity Monitor and stop any process that overloads it. This is because other software solutions might be causing the same problem.
NB: You don’t need to uninstall Flexihub or USB Network Gate. Fixing this minor bug is our TOP priority at the moment and it will be done in the shortest period of time.
You will be the first to know once it’s fixed. Stay tuned!!!
Folx is out today and even though it’s a minor update, it does include new password manager options, Quick Look support, downloading of private and age-restricted YouTube videos, new languages and more.
Here are the things to look for in Folx 5.1. We added support for websites that require web authentication.
Saving of YouTube videos with Folx PRO is now even smoother and age-restricted and private videos are supported too.
For our international users there are French, German, Italian, Japanese, Russian, Chinese, Spanish localizations.
When using Folx as a torrent client you can view the torrent search results without sorting.
Look through the detailed What’s New here. And don’t hesitate to comment on it – we’ll gladly listen.
This update is absolutely free for all Folx 5 users. Those of you who are still using version 4 can upgrade with 50% OFF.
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While macOS 10.12 release is knocking on the doors, many users have already had a chance to install it on their Macs and evaluate all the benefits of the newest upgrade. However, not all developer companies are catching up. In the days when operating systems become more and more closed, it is risky to develop own system components which might beсome disabled with the release of the newer system version.
For example, ExpanDrive that is using custom system components for disk mounting, still struggles to fully optimize the product for the newest macOS version. To run properly, it requires additional system commands to be executed via command line, each time you reboot your Mac. On the other hand, our CloudMounter is using native OS X’s file handling capabilities, as well as FUSE for OS X and stays flexible and adaptive to OS upgrades.
To stay on board you always need to adapt your products to the ecosystem they belong to. Use as much system components as it is allowed to, and make your software as native to the system as possible. We are thrilled about other innovations new OS upgrade brings and we are ready to conquer them all.
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The upcoming version of Mac system software has a name macOS Sierra, and is versioned as Mac OS X 10.12. It is going to be available as a free download for all compatible Mac computers this coming fall.
So first things first, which Macs will be compatible with macOS Sierra? What hardware will run the new operating system and let you use all those features like Siri, Continuity Clipboard, etc.? No doubt that newer Macs will easily support the new system, but older machines are getting excluded, especially those made before 2009.
Here you have a comparison chart for the compatibility of Macs with El Capitan and with Sierra. Information is from official Apple website.
A new version of the top YouTube downloading solution for Mac has been released – say hi to Airy 3.0!
To download YouTube videos with Airy users have to simply copy and paste the YouTube link into the app and start the download.
And it is not just plain downloading from YouTube – Airy 3.0 supports YouTube playlists with the possibility to download each item in the possible quality and supports channels with Full HD and 8K Ultra HD.
This new update brings even more handy features to the neat and simple app. Let’s talk about them.
- You can log in to your YouTube account and download age-restricted and protected videos.
- Download complete playlists or select the best available quality for each item in playlist.
- Support for YouTube channels.
- Event notifications (via Notification Center).
- Airy allows downloading videos in a variety of formats (MP4, FLV, 3GP) and in different resolutions. Paused or interrupted downloads can be resumed by the app and one can set up event notifications.
Look through the detailed What’s New here.
Please note that all users who have purchased previous version of Airy after July 3, 2016 will get Airy 3.0 activation code for FREE!
Other registered users of Airy can upgrade with 50% discount.
Hi everyone, this is a quick note to inform you that we are currently selling SyncMate Expert with 25% discount.
SyncMate Expert is a powerful tool that allows syncing data on Mac with numerous devices and online accounts.
You can sync Mac with Android and iOS devices, other Mac computers, online accounts (iCloud, Dropbox, Google), any mounted and MTP devices. Syncing with Windows services is also supported – Office 365 Home and Business accounts, Outlook, OneDrive.
SyncMate allows syncing contacts and calendars, media files (music, videos, playlists, images), folders with files, bookmarks, etc.
With SyncMate you can mount devices as Mac disks, manage mobile’s SMS on Mac, and lots more.
The full list of supported devices along with sync options for each device can be found here.
Don’t waste your time and grab SyncMate Expert right now!
We are glad to inform you about the release of SyncMate 6.5 – an updated version of our sync tool for Mac.
This release brings you iOS 10 support, so if you are already using iOS 10 Beta (available for download at Apple Beta Software) you can benefit from syncing your iPhone with Mac using SyncMate 6.5.
We’ve also added several fixes and improved overall app stability.
This update is absolutely free for all SyncMate 6.x users. Those of you, who are still using previous versions of SyncMate, can upgrade with 50% discount.
We are happy to introduce our newest product to you . CloudMounter is an easy and reliable client for popular cloud services, i.e. it allows mounting them as local disks on your Mac. Alongside OneDrive, Google Drive, Amazon S3 and Dropbox support, this system utility allows connecting to FTP, SFTP, FTPS and WebDAV servers, like to any network share.
The app’s interface is really intuitive, it looks basically like a connection manager for all cloud services and web servers access them through Finder along with local and other mounted disks.
All the login details are securely kept in Mac OS Keychain and sent directly to the server through the encrypted channels.
There is a trial version for you to check out the benefits of all-in-one cloud manager for yourself!
Folx is leading the way for Apple Macintosh computer users with a versatile download manager that combines all the functions a heavy downloader would want. This is according to a review recently conducted by http://aptgadget.com after testing Folx for over two months. This didn’t come as a surprise owing to the fact that Folx was named No. 1 of torrent clients for Mac by http://vpnpick.com/ early this year. The latest Folx 5 took both the capability and user experience to the next level thereby making Folx the ultimate download manager. The review by Aptgadget focused on the features, pricing, and support policy for Folx 5. Let me walk you through the review point by point.
The review highlighted the fact that Folx is two software programs in one, that is Folx is a bit Torrent client and at the same time a download manager. This is unlike the other download managers. In Eltima’s tradition of improving it’s software’s user experience, Folx was given a new Mac style user interface making it much easier to use. Did I mention Folx’s ability to split downloads into threads? It was also mentioned in the review and this feature makes Folx download files faster than other download managers. With Folx, you don’t need to worry about interruption while downloading large files because of the Resume feature of Folx. Other features mentioned include the ability to tag files for better sorting and download management, scheduling downloads, smart speed adjustment, and bandwidth allocation among different file operations. Nonetheless, most of these nice features are available only in the Pro version.
About the price of Folx Pro, Aptgadget considers the price $19.95 reasonable for a quality download manager like Folx. They also mentioned the Lifetime upgrade guarantee offer for Folx Pro users but gave a sketchy explanation of its benefits. The Lifetime Upgrade Guarantee is a one-time payment of $9,95, which guarantees that you get any future update of Folx free of any additional charges. Isn’t that cost effective in the long run? I bet it is.
Talking about Folx support, the review rightly quoted that customer ticket can be opened by sending a quick email to Folx support specialists. However, it failed also to mention the live chat support on Folx official web page. The live chat support team answers any quick and simple question about Folx and as well provide product review in real time during our business hours. It accurately cited that support via email might take between 8-16 business hours but went further to say that generally speaking for Folx, you will likely never need support.
In conclusion, the review called Folx a perfect tool for those who download massive amounts of data from various sources.
Most of the updates are in PRO version, so if you own one, read carefully. If you don’t own PRO version – get one ;).
We added password manager to Folx PRO with the ability to automatically save and fill in the passwords on websites you are downloading from. Free version of Folx allows saving login data for two first websites, PRO version is unlimited.
Smart Speed feature now can follow the schedule you set up in Folx and will limit the upload/download speed according to it.
Folx torrent client got some updates too. Folx PRO can sort and filter torrent search results to narrow them and make finding torrents even easier. Now you can set Folx as a default torrent client for files and magnet links and there are some new preferences for torrent files.
Read detailed What’s New here.
New version is available for download here.
This update is free for those Folx PRO users who bought it within a month before release or own lifetime upgrades. It is 50% OFF for all Folx PRO users. You can get your Folx PRO here.