Monthly Archives: October 2011

What’s Coming Up Next? – MacHouse Introducing eDice

TOKYO (MacHouse) – As the day nears when Apple, Inc. implements Desktop Policing Act of 2011, our Mac software development has officially ended. Now, we are actively developing Windows software. A new Windows freeware title we’ve just released is called … Continue reading

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Mac App Store Rejects Software Update for T-Styles

TOKYO (MacHouse) – T-Styles is a simple Mac software title that allows the user to store text styles (text color, font, text size…). We released it at the end of May this year. And it’s currently for sale at Mac … Continue reading

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MacUpdate Flooded by Spam Suggesting Chinese Product Website

TOKYO (MacHouse) – If you are a Mac user, you should have heard of a web site called MacUpdate. It’s a very popular web site where you can browse Mac software titles. This web site appears to be currently flooded … Continue reading

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What’s Coming Up Next? – MacHouse Introducing TextPlay

TOKYO (MacHouse) – There won’t be any more new software titles to be submitted to Mac Police Store run by Apple, Inc. for sure. But we are still months away from releasing a Windows application. Till then, enjoy another freeware … Continue reading

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Apple’s Over-Police Act of 2011 to Fully Come into Effect in November

TOKYO (MacHouse) – If you use software applications from Mac App Store, you should know that Apple, Inc. is about to require all software submissions to be sandboxed. The sandboxing technology has been adopted from iPhone. It will simply prevent … Continue reading

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