CoreCode has rolled out MacUpdater 1.5, an update to their app updating utility for macOS.
The utility runs in the background and scans any Mac’s Applications folder, identifying any applications that have updates available. The identified apps can then be updated with just a few clicks of the mouse.
Version 1.5 now offers advanced filter options for all displayed apps, as well as the ability to sort apps by any column. Other new features include more options for ignoring updates for a designated period of time, the option to skip scheduled scans when the Mac is running on battery power, and more.
MacUpdater 1.5 requires macOS 10.3 or higher. It’s a free download and is available exclusively through the CoreCode website (https://www.corecode.io/macupdater/index.html). You can scan for updates for free and update up to 10 apps for free. Pay $9.99 to unlock the ability to update additional apps.