Archive for the 'Poster' Tag

Reinvented Software on Twitter and Facebook

Tuesday, August 30th, 2011

Many apps have their own Twitter accounts and companies their own Facebook pages to help you keep up to date. Reinvented Software’s apps have been on Twitter for a while, but I’ve never really promoted them.


Here are the Twitter accounts for each of the apps:


Following these can be especially useful if you’ve purchased any of the apps through the Mac App Store, as a tweet will go out once new versions are approved. This is the only place on the web where that happens.

All of these have a pretty low volume of tweets, mostly about updates and the odd vaguely relevant retweet.


Reinvented Software also has its own page on Facebook, which you can “like” to see updates much the same as the ones posted on the News page here. The frequency of updates is pretty low.

Reinvented Software on Facebook

Feeder and Poster are also Facebook apps and have their own pages as a result, but there are no updates on there at the moment, so you can “Like” them, just to show that you, er, like them.

Feeder on Facebook
Poster on Facebook

Reinvented Software Apps and Lion

Thursday, July 21st, 2011

Apple released Mac OS X 10.7 Lion yesterday. Here is the status of Reinvented Software apps on Lion.


Together 2.5 has been built for Lion and is available for direct customers, but is still being reviewed by Apple for the Mac App Store. The current Mac App Store version, Together 2.4.5, runs on Lion, but there are some issues with automatically imported files, some performance issues and other minor glitches that will be fixed by version 2.5.


All recent versions of Feeder will work on Lion and will automatically get overlay scrollers, but version 2.2.1 also supports Lion’s full-screen mode and that’s been available on this site for about a week and the Mac App Store since Tuesday. However, there is an issue with publishing to MobileMe and WebDAV servers that seems to be a problem with Lion that I have reported to Apple. The current workaround is to have Feeder publish to the iDisk or WebDAV disk on your Desktop instead.


All versions of Poster will work perfectly well on Mac OS X Lion. Version 1.1.3 includes support for full-screen mode and overlay scrollbars and is available both direct from this site since Tuesday and through the Mac App Store today.


Tuesday, April 12th, 2011

We are currently reviewing Poster and will post that review shortly, in the meantime though, we have interviewed the developer of the app to find out more information about the development of this brand new Mac App.

Link: Exclusive Interview With Poster Mac App Developer, Steve Harris

Poster Giveaway

Saturday, April 2nd, 2011

The App Whisperer is giving away Mac App Store promo codes for free copies of Poster. See here for details:

Giveaway – Poster for Mac OS X – We’ve Got Codes To Give You.

Poster 1.1

Wednesday, March 30th, 2011

Poster Icon Poster 1.1 is available today. Poster is an app for posting photos and videos to the web. The latest version adds support for SmugMug, posting video to Facebook and improvements to people tagging, the iPhone and Aperture plug-ins, publishing and much more.


In addition to Facebook and Flickr, Poster can now post both photos to videos to SmugMug to new or existing galleries, including unlisted and password protected galleries.

SmugMug is a photo sharing site with many great features for all kinds of photographers, including fully customizable themes, HD video, comprehensive privacy options, the ability to create prints and books and even a full commerce system for professional photographers that want to sell their work.

Posting to SmugMug

Facebook Video

Poster 1.0 could already post photos to Facebook profiles and Facebook pages (the ones you “Like”), and version 1.1 adds the ability to post videos to your wall too.

Plug-In Improvements

iPhoto Plug-InPoster’s plug-ins for iPhoto and Aperture have been improved. Both can now send information such as titles and keywords to Poster when exporting and the iPhoto plug-in gains the ability to choose an export quality for images.

And More!

People tagging has been made easier to use and can now stay in tagging mode when navigating between photos, there’s a new “Only Me” privacy option for Facebook and posting has been made less disruptive with progress and completion indicators displayed in the Dock icon, rather than an alert sheet that demands immediate attention.

Poster 1.1 requires Mac OS X 10.6 or later, is a free upgrade for all Poster 1.0 users, and is available as a 15-day trial that can be unlocked upon purchase. A full license of Poster 1.1 costs $9.95 and is available directly from Reinvented Software and the Mac App Store.