ProfExam 3.6 for Mac OS X is now available

Posted in ProfExam, Mac OS X on Dec 21, 2015

A few days ago Apple have approved ProfExam Player update for Mac OS X, which contains changes that allows launching exam files of the new format. So, if you keep getting the message that the file format is old, it's time to update the application on Apple Store.

ProfExam Player for Mac OS X:

ProfExam Player 3.5 is now on Apple Store

Posted in ProfExam, Mac OS X, iPhone, iPad on Feb 20, 2015

The latest version of ProfExam Player is no longer Windows-only; it is now available for Mac OS X and iOS.

ProfExam Player for Mac OS X:
ProfExam Player for iOS:
ProfExam Suite for Windows:

ProfExam Player 3.1 is now available!

Posted in ProfExam, Mac OS X on Nov 24, 2014

ProfExam Player 3.1 for Mac OS X

The changes affected both the editor and the player.

Changes in the editor:

  • Added option to change question type.
  • Fixed the bug that prevented users from storing the question section properly.
  • Improved importing text files. Now the editor attempts to automatically restore the line breaks when importing exams.
  • Selected a better default font.

Changes in the exam player:

  • Fixed the bug that prevented from displaying the lists properly.
  • Added color coding for questions that marks whether the answer is correct.
  • Improved appearance of questions: the space between the paragraphs is no longer that huge.
  • ... Fixed other minor bugs and flaws.

The new version is available for downloading at: Apple AppStore

Downloading exams is available in ProfExam Player for Mac OS X

Posted in ProfExam, Mac OS X on Nov 24, 2014

We had to wait for a little while, but recently Apple have finally accepted the update for ProfExam Player. The new version has two noticeable changes:

  • The application's icon now looks this way, so you won't have to look for your old tie after the update.
  • Exams can now be downloaded from the server at Obviously, you need to upload it there beforehand and obtain the code. A similar feature is also available in the iOS version.

And of course, we couldn't avoid fixing minor bugs.

ProfExam Player for Mac OS X:

ProfExam Player for iOS:

JsonParser and correct JSON

Posted in Mac OS X, Developer Tools on Jun 24, 2014

The first version of JsonParser was meant mostly for parsing JSON lines and presenting the records in a human-comprehensible form. Another way to practically use the app is to validate JSON lines.

JsonParser 2 - update

We have slightly modified the application, so that now at the output you get a really valid JSON format. Well, or a message with information on the error.

The update is already available at AppStore, and it is still completely free.

Welcome - Task Organizer 2.0 for Mac OS X!

Posted in Mac OS X, Task Organizer on Feb 10, 2014

We have redesigned the application and took into account lots of your wishes. The coolest thing first, and that's appearance. The new version is significantly different from the previous one, see for yourself:

Task Organizer 2.0 for Mac OS X

No more need to open a bunch of windows as it used to be. Your entire plan, all your areas and goals are now at your fingertips. Usability testing has revealed the efficiency of achieving goals increasing while the time spent on the planning decreasing by much. Well, we are just happy to know that.

Project management

The new nice appearance is not the only innovation. You used to be able to manage just one project, now the application allows you to manage as many projects as you find necessary. Thus, the application could serve you not only as a personal efficiency tool, but we will cover this later. We are going to publish a number of articles on other ways of utilizing the Task Organizer software and tell you how you can take advantage of the application in your business, when building a house, etc.

Areas on the Task Organizer

Another important innovation that extends the capabilities of the software is removal of restrictions on the number of areas per project. So, if 8 areas were insufficient for managing your goals, it’s no longer a problem to have more.

Random success

And the last but not the least, a new incredibly efficient feature, “Random goal”. If you aren’t sure which goal is the best one to pursue, as all of them are important and necessary, try relying on luck. The program will automatically propose you a randomly picked goal. You are to decide whether to drop everything else and tackle that goal right off or doubt on; however, our feedback suggests this method has shown its best side. Trust us, just pressing "^+Cmd+R" can lead you to success in the real life much faster.

Download the application, work on yourself and enjoy life!

Setting goals in the Mac OS X edition

Posted in Mac OS X, Task Organizer on Feb 22, 2010

You can now set goals for your areas.

Make sure to download the latest version and begin using goals.

If you have purchased the version 1.0, you can get this update free of charge.

Mac OS X Edition Ready!

Posted in Mac OS X, Task Organizer on Feb 17, 2010

Great news! Now Mac users too can take advantage of the Task Organizer.

The Mac OS X 10.5 edition is still somewhat limited compared to the Windows edition, but we will try to fix that shortly.