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MacSoft Debuts eBay Tool Garage Sale

MacSoft Debuts eBay Tool Garage Sale

by , 3:40 PM EST, November 21st, 2006

MacSoft, a division of Destineer, on Tuesday released Garage Sale, a Mac-only tool that helps eBay users create and manage their auctions. The application features over 70 design templates, integration with iPhoto, image hosting via .Mac or a personal Web site, and built-in auction scheduling and tracking tools.

A product page was not available on MacSoft's Web site when this article was posted. Pricing and system requirements were also not available, aside from confirmation that Garage Sale is a Universal Binary that runs on both PowerPC- and Intel-based Macs.

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