Works fine in 10.8

Works fine in 10.7


Supports iCloud

Secured by Gatekeeper

Supports retina graphics

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Available on the Mac App Store
Not available on the Mac App Store

AppFresh helps you to keep all applications, widgets, preference panes, and application plugins installed on your Mac up to date. All from one place, easy to use, and fully integrated into Mac OS X. AppFresh works by checking the excellent for new versions and lets you download and install available updates easily.

Version 1.0.4
Developer metaquark
Status Works fine

0 ratings

Archived comments

No comments.10 comments

Lion (10.7) Comments

[ Steve]SteveAnonymous 19 Jun 2011 11:26

Even if Apple Software update check is disabled, it still doesn´t work.

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[ The_Ben]The_BenAnonymous 08 Jul 2011 20:35

@Steve I found that untrue. Just relaunch the app after disabling the Apple Software Update check and it works fine then.

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BenBenAnonymous 09 Jul 2011 11:48

Same for me. Crashes even when the option is disabled.

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BenBenAnonymous 09 Jul 2011 11:58

Update: I deleted the AppFresh folder from Application Support in my library and the plist-file within Preference Panes and now it works.

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[ ]matthewmspace 12 Jul 2011 23:13

they sent me a support request saying that the latest nightly build should solve most problems and that "You might need to remove ~/Library/Application Support/AppFresh to reset your database in case AppFresh does not start correctly."

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[ owine]owineAnonymous 15 Jul 2011 03:26

This doesn't nearly work as it should. DOesn't auto check for updates. The normal table view does not work. I often get a plain white screen for the app and am unable to actually use any functions. This is running 0.9 and I have deleted the Application Support files, although I had nothing under ~/Library.

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[ Gary]GaryAnonymous 22 Jul 2011 04:25

i too am having problems. it crashes while checking for apps; if i try to click on any menu item while the UI is up, it also crashes.

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[ Nathan]NathanAnonymous 24 Jul 2011 20:17

AppFresh 0.8.5/854 crashes if checking for Apple updates in AppFresh is enabled. With this feature disabled, I'm having no problems.

MacBook 5,1 (Aluminum Unibody MacBook, Late 2008)
Formatted and performed a clean install of Lion via a bootable USB made from the App Store download

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[ Thaddeus]ThaddeusAnonymous 01 Aug 2011 23:55

AppFresh 0.9/877 does NOT work with Lion. I have tried the aforementioned suggestions to no avail. I have also sent a request to its creator and have not received anything to suggest they are receiving messages. I really liked this app and will miss it sorely.

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Steven VachonSteven VachonAnonymous 15 Aug 2011 17:32

I used to keep my apps in sub-directories within /Applications/. Now that OSX Lion has the Launchpad, I moved everything back. AppFresh does not get rid of old references automatically and I couldn't find a way to do a full refresh. Is there such a feature available? Thanks.

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