El Capitan (OS X 10.11) is Coming

As the new fall operating system approaches, we are getting our apps ready. So far we’ve found El Capitan to be very stable, and we don’t anticipate any impediments to being ready for the OS X release. Here is the current state of our apps. PDFpen / PDFpenPro Known Issue: Incorrect colors in the watermark… Read More »

Smile Preps for Yosemite

Fall is the season for new Apple operating systems, and we’ve been busy prepping for OS X 10.10 Yosemite. If you’re worried about how your favorite Smile app will do with the update you can check on its status here.  If you are running the Yosemite beta and notice any new issues, please drop us… Read More »

Smile and the new Mac App Store

The Mac App Store is a big deal for third-party Mac developers like Smile. For the first time, Apple is making it easy to buy and install software without ever going to a website, downloading a demo, or clicking an installer. Because it’s built into the OS, every Mac user will have a convenient option… Read More »

Indie+Relief: Mac Developers Raise Money for Haiti

Approximately 150 independent Mac and iPhone software developers have pledged to contribute their sales for the day of January 20th to Haiti relief. The effort is called Indie+Relief. SmileOnMyMac will contribute the sales of PDFpen and TextExpander to Mercy Corps and Doctors Without Borders. The needs in Haiti are immense. Its capital lies in ruins,… Read More »

Macworld! Free Passes! Celebrity Demo!

It’s New Year’s Eve, which means we are working furiously to get ready for next week’s Macworld Expo in San Francisco. We’ll be at our booth, #407 in the South Hall of the Moscone Center, January 6 – 9, 2009. (I have to start getting used to typing 2009…) We’ll be showing off the latest… Read More »