Advenio News

Welcome to Advenio News, a blog that lets users of products released by Advenio, a small, independent Mac software developer, know what's happening at the company, including coverage of MacGourmet and SQLGrinder.

Friday, March 03, 2006

Mac360 Reviews MacGourmet

Bambi Hambi wrote a very nice review of MacGourmet over at Mac360.
"I like food. It's a turn on. Dining out is great and there's no shortage of good restaurants these days. Dining in? That's another story. Preparing a great, gourmet meal is a huge turn on for me.

How do I track and organize my prized and cherished recipes? MacGourmet. Why? Because I can. Because I need to."
She goes on to say nice things...
"What's cool about MacGourmet is how quickly everything begins to add up, so the whole of your "digital gourmet hub" becomes more than the sum of the parts."
and finally she sums things up with:
"So, here's the deal. If you like food, if you love to eat, if you're into cooking and you're a Mac user, MacGourmet is a good place to start. This is not a little plastic container of index recipe cards."
Read the whole review here.

Thursday, March 02, 2006

MacGourmet Goes Universal

"Advenio today released MacGourmet 1.2, a new version the company's popular recipe management application for Mac OS X. This release introduces Universal Binary support for both new Intel-based and existing PowerPC Macs. Also included in the release are a number of bug fixes. MacGourmet 1.2 requires Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later and is priced at US$24.95 for the Download Edition and US$29.95 for the CD Edition. Registered users can upgrade to the new version for free."

This free update is available from the MacGourmet download page.

As always, you can find a full list of the changes here.

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