The direct version of Soulver for Mac began crashing on launch on February 19, 2017, due to an expired developer code-signing certificate. We have released Soulver 2.6.1 which fixes the problem, and includes a renewed certificate valid for the next five years. Our sincerest apologies for the inconvenience.

Other apps distributed outside the Mac App Store that access iCloud on Sierra may also begin crashing on launch. This article explains the problem & solution in more detail.

Soulver 2.6 is ready for macOS 10.12 Sierra

Tuesday, September 20th, 2016

Good news, the recently released Soulver 2.6 is fully compatible with macOS 10.12 (Sierra). Version 2.6 brings with it one of our most frequently received requests: tabs! You can create a new tab with ⌘-option-n, or set the system preference (under "Dock") to make tabs the default for new documents in all apps on macOS that support the feature.

We are also happy that Apple has finally relaxed the rules concerning iCloud access. Now both the version of Soulver downloaded directly from us, and the one purchased from the App Store, are able to access iCloud Drive.

Soulver 2.6 is a free update for registered users of Soulver 2 and owners of the App Store version. Happy tabbing!

Picturesque moves to a new home

Friday, February 12th, 2016

Today we farewell Picturesque as it moves on from Acqualia to continue its development by a team of Mac developers from the United Kingdom. We’re excited to see where they take the product next.

Creating Picturesque was a great adventure for us. It was our first foray into image editors, and we won an Apple Design Award for it back in 2007 – quite exciting for a pair of 19 year olds.

Picturesque is only available for purchase through the Mac App Store, however existing users with serial numbers can continue to use these links to download Picturesque 2 and Picturesque 1.