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eBay App iSale Gets Universal Binary

eBay App iSale Gets Universal Binary

by , 1:45 PM EST, February 24th, 2006

eBay auction assistance tool iSale is now a Universal Binary, thanks to the version 3.0.4 update released by developer Equinux on Friday. Distributed by Aspyr Media in the U.S., iSale pulls auction images directly from iPhoto and integrates with such Apple technologies as Spotlight, Dashboard, Automator, .Mac and more.

Other changes to the software include French and German localizations, better Amazon and eBay description imports, the ability to import Turbolister CSV files with multiple auctions and the incorporation of gallery image and supersize photos into the templates. In addition, Equinux has included more templates.

This is a free update for owners of iSale 3. The full software is US$39.95, with upgrades from pervious versions starting at $14.90. Mac OS X v10.3.9 or higher is required, with v10.4 required to use iSale's Spotlight-, Dashboard- and Automator-enabled features.


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