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Base is now available on Setapp, a new service from MacPaw which gives you access to more than 50 great apps for $9.99 per month, with a month’s free trial to start.

When you subscribe to Setapp, you have unlimited access to a curated library of useful apps. There are no upgrade fees, no ads, and no in-app purchases. One fixed fee gets you all of it.

Go ahead and try Setapp. I think you’ll like it.

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InkStamp
Releases

I’ve made something small and fun. A rubber stamp sticker pack for iOS 10!

It’s a collection of iMessage stickers in the style of rubber stamps. There are stamps for likes and dislikes, reactions, star ratings, and a bunch of other odds and ends.

Here’s a couple of images showing them in use:

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The InkStamp sticker pack is a 99¢ (79p) download available from the App Store for iMessage.

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Base
Menial

Five years ago today, Base 1.0 was released blinking into the internet. Since that day there have been 29 updates varying from minor patches to major upgrades.

There’s still a long way to go with this app. Development is still ongoing and I am looking forward to the next five years. I hope you will all join me.

To celebrate, Base is 50% off for the next three days. Until the end of 18th November 2013 Base will be priced at £9.99 ($13.99 or regional equivalent). You can buy Base from the Mac App Store or from this website.

Thank you to all of you who have helped make Base what it is today and to those whose feedback, bug reports and suggestions are helping to make it even better in the future.

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Base
Releases

Base 2.4.8 is now available to download for those purchasing licenses via the web store. An update for Mac App Store users has been submitted and will hopefully be approved for sale quickly. While normally both versions will have updates released together, the bugs that are fixed in this version were annoying enough to warrant separate releases.

The main changes in this release are to disable smart quotes and smart dashes in the SQL editor. The SQLite version has also been updated to 3.8.1.

Base 2.4.8 can be downloaded from the product page or from the Mac App Store.

As always, the full list of changes can be found in the release notes and if you’ve found a bug or have a question, please do get in touch.

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Base
Releases

Base 2.4.5 is now available to download for both web and App Store users. This update fixes a number of fiddly little bugs across most parts of the app. Notable changes include:

  • Tabbing between fields in the data browser now wraps from line to line
  • Failed CSV imports now report where and why failure occurred
  • Table list filtering no longer loses focus after each keystroke

Base 2.4.5 can be downloaded from the product page or from the Mac App Store.

As always, the full list of changes can be found in the release notes and if you’ve found a bug or have a question, please do get in touch.

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Releases

Base 2.4.4 is now available to download for both web and App Store users. The changes in this version are small, but significant:

  • Sandboxing is now re-enabled for App Store customers. See this blog post for more details
  • A crash-on-launch bug has been fixed
  • An interface glitch where the SQL error notice could not be dismissed has been fixed.
  • Base now requires Mac OS 10.8 or newer to run

Base 2.4.4 can be downloaded from the product page or from the Mac App Store.

As always, the full list of changes can be found in the release notes and if you’ve found a bug or have a question, please do get in touch.