Fun with Sounds in TextExpander

I finally got around to implementing one of the most fun new features in TextExpander 2: the ability to set a sound preference per snippet group. I always thought it would be great to have a different alert sound for autocorrection expansions. Before the new version, when I was happily typing along and heard the… Read More »

SOMM on the Typical Mac User Podcast

Victor Cajiao interviews me for the Typical Mac User Podcast, episode 108. We chat about the company and our products. Victor is a big fan of BrowseBack (he calls it “Time Machine for Web Browsing”) and says that TextExpander has changed his life. Victor’s running a contest for copies of DiscLabel, TextExpander and PDFpen, so… Read More »

We're Ready for Leopard!

We released three updates tonight: TextExpander 2.0.3, BrowseBack 1.4.1, and PhotoPrinto 2.1.1. These updates add Leopard compatibility, and are free for registered users. We had already updated our other products for Leopard: PDFpen 3.3, DiscLabel 4.4.1, and PageSender 4.1. As always, if you have any problems, just get in touch with our friendly (and prompt!)… Read More »

SmileOnMyMac at Metromac and LIMac

MetroMac in the city and LIMac on Long Island. It was a great chance to meet current customers and hopefully win over new ones. (And I got to pretend to be Britney Spears with the headset microphone.) With Chris Bastian, MetroMac president, at the Apple Store in Soho LIMac demo: “Better Living Through Software” With… Read More »

Interview with

Philip Goward is interviewed on, a European podcast, available in French, German, Spanish and English. (This interview is in English.) Philip talks about the new TextExpander 2.0, the newly-announced SDK for third-party developers on the iPhone, and more. You can download the podcast from, or listen to it in iTunes via this link.… Read More »