The Breakroom

Our last release of Tot introduced a new feature called Smart Bullets. These special bits of text made it easy to create lists where you could check off items. (Check out “What’s New?” in the app help and you’ll get a quick demo.) One shortcoming with Smart Bullets was that you needed a mouse to […]

WorldWideWeb Wows

June 24, 2022

WorldWideWeb, our FREE app for running a simple web server has struck a chord with developers and other folks who work with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Even the discerning individuals at Hacker News had nice things to say about it! Today we’re happy to announce an update for both macOS and iOS. The main improvement […]

WorldWideWeb, Part II

June 2, 2022

The Mac and Web have a long history together. From the very beginning, Mac OS X included the ability to run an Apache web server by clicking a Start button: About a decade ago, things started to change. Since then it’s gotten harder and harder to start a simple web server for testing HTML, CSS, […]

Our wildly popular app, that manages bits of text simply and efficiently, has been updated to version 1.3. The biggest news in this release of Tot is the addition of Shortcuts on macOS and iOS. Tot’s shortcut actions are as simple as the app itself: Get the text from any one of the dots Set […]

Tot’s Got Your Back

January 12, 2022

We’re pleased to announce the immediate availability of Tot 1.2.4 on macOS. Besides the normal bug fixes and minor improvements, there’s a feature we hope you never have to use: Automatic Backups. Tot now makes sure you have a copy of your notes stored on the local disk as well as in iCloud. Backups are […]

Notches Gone Wild!

December 17, 2021

This holiday season we have a special gift for Mac users everywhere, especially ones with a new MacBook Pro and notch. We’re proud to announce the immediate availability of Notchmeister. So what does Notchmeister do? Think of it as a fun way to spruce up your notch. Or as a screen saver for something you […]

Last month’s announcement was a long time coming. Frenzic on macOS was introduced 14 years ago. For players on iOS, it was a mere 13 year wait. Our First Wait The long delay shouldn’t have come as too much of a surprise: the development history of Frenzic is full of waiting for the right moment. […]

Introducing Fontcase

June 12, 2020

I’m pretty sure this is the first time we’re announcing a new product that isn’t version 1.0. I’m absolutely sure this is the first time that we’re announcing a release that isn’t our own app. Let me explain. It all began with our simple text companion, Tot. Everyone wanted to use custom fonts for their […]

Toys for Tot

May 28, 2020

We’re happy to announce a new version of Tot with some features frequently requested by the app’s legion of fans. The main focus of today’s release are system extensions that allow Tot to co-exist with other apps. To this end, we’ve added a Sharing extension for both iOS and macOS. Additionally, there’s also a widget […]

Today we’re happy to announce the release of Tot 1.0.5 for both iOS and macOS. If your eyes work well, there’s not a lot to get excited about. But folks with vision difficulties will have a wholly different outlook. The initial releases of Tot didn’t have great accessibility. We knew it needed improving, but experience […]