A few months ago I opened a mailing list digest that I don’t normally open. Call it fate, call it coincidence, call it what you will, but with that email and the subsequent discussions, Yasu for Mac has taken a fork in the road. I don’t expect the path Yasu will take will be greatly
I’m happy to announce that the public release of Yasu for macOS High Sierra (10.13), as well as updates for macOS Sierra and El Capitan, are now available for download. This release addresses the following: Better methods to clean up stale Diagnostic Reports. Under the hood improvements and code refactoring to make things run better.
New Yasu releases have just hit the site for macOS El Capitan, Sierra, and High Sierra. You can download the latest from the downloads page, or by updating directly in app.
I am so very happy to finally be able to announce that new versions of Yasu for Mac for macOS Sierra and El Capitan have been released that address an issue some users would see when trying to authenticate and Yasu wouldn’t accept their password. It turned out to be the simplest little thing, but because habits are hard to break, I was never able to reproduce the issue.
I’m thrilled to announce that updates to Yasu for Mac for both macOS El Capitan and Sierra have been released. Grab yours today!