October 2011 Blog Posts

yaTimer pricing update

On November 10th I will raise yaTimer’s price from $39 to $49. The truth is that yaTimer has been underpriced for some time now but I resisted raising the price because I wanted to help my customers a little in the difficult times of the big economic crush – now that yaTimer has a low cost subscription option that is perfect for anyone with cash flow issues it’s time to raise the price to a still low but a bit more realistic $49. I would like to remind you that yaTimer comes with a year of free upgrades,...

yaTimer now available as a subscription

I happy to announce that yaTimer licenses are now available for purchase not only at a one-time cost but also as a monthly subscription of $5.99 per month. This subscription includes all updates (not just for the first year like the one-time option), you can cancel and renew your subscription at any time and all payments – including the renewal payments – are backed up by our 30 days non-conditional money back guarantee. You can buy your yaTimer subscription (or the one-time payment option) on the buy now page.

yaTimer Released

I’ve just finished another small upgrade to yaTimer, this one fixes a problem with very long comments in the reports. The easiest way to get the update is to open the main menu, click “About yaTimer” and then “Check for Updates”, this is a free update for all customers.

yaTimer released

I’ve just finished uploading yaTimer – as the version number suggests this is a minor upgrade, it fixes two bugs: A crush when editing complete tasks If you change the clock in the control panel between 24 hours and 12 hours yaTimer sometimes wouldn’t show the right clock. This update is free to all existing customers, you can get this update from within yaTimer (Click the big round button on the top left to open the main menu, click “About yaTimer” and then “Check for updates”) or from the...