Updated January 2017:
After 10 months, I must excuse myself from the BinaryAge team in order to do right by these amazing apps, dedicated customers, and the talented Antonin and Stephen.
Best of luck and thanks to everyone who dedicated their time and efforts to help drive TotalFinder/TotalSpaces forward in 2016. Those energies were well captured so more capable hands might see it through in 2017.
We wanted to open up discussion to help answer any concerns you might have about this transition and to seek your feedback on the direction of each product and BinaryAge as a whole.
Here are my plans for BinaryAge:
- Address SIP: I want to improve customer understanding of System Integrity Protection (SIP), a security feature introduced in OS X 10.11, and improve/automate the process of installing and running our products with SIP fully enabled!
- New Features: Looking at TotalFinder and TotalSpaces with a fresh set of , I have a lot of features in mind for both. And with a fresh set of , I want to hear your feedback to get a better feel of how these apps should evolve. (Haven’t decided what to do with my fresh )
- New Products: BinaryAge has a reputation for producing high-quality, system modifying apps like TotalFinder and TotalSpaces. This type of app is not easy to make, so the foundations of TotalFinder and TotalSpaces allow me to explore app ideas that simply can’t be done any other way.
If you don’t want to share your feedback publicly, you’re welcome to contact firstname.lastname@example.org, or email these guys directly: