updated 10:50 am EDT, Wed July 30, 2008
GaraePay adds CSV support
Software developer iwascoding has released GaragePay 1.1, an update to its PayPal transaction manager. The new update adds configurable CSV export, shopping cart item display and export and Address Book export. It also adds support for user notes in each transaction. GaragePay's CSV export is fully configurable, with field dividers such as tabs and semicolons for applications requiring them. Version 1.1 also now fetches cart items in addition to transactions from PayPal accounts and adds a notes field to each item for users to annotate with any text needed. Name and address data can now be culled from PayPal transactions in v1.1 and exported to the proper fields within Address Book. The software costs $25 and requires Mac OS X 10.5 or higher and a PayPal account.
GaragePay manages all aspects of tracking a PayPal account, without requiring a user to log in to PayPal. Users can run a PayPal account directly from GaragePay, downloading, searching and archiving transactions, and can create smart folders to track accounts and browse or search transactions while offline. The software also supports multiple accounts and encrypts the user's database.