In the summer of 2017, I launched Unreplied 1.0 on the Mac App Store, making it the first Mac App I ever completed and delivered. It retailed for USD 4.99, and sold a few thousand copies. Not terrible, but definitely could have been better - unfortunately, at about the same time, I entered college! So I immediately became busy with trying to figure out how to, well, survive college, and couldn't focus as much attention on Unreplied's marketing as I would have liked.

Now, almost three years later, I'm back again! I decided to use quarantine to rewrite Unreplied, add a few new features - like CLI support - and overall get back into the Mac game.

CLI support isn't the only new feature: Unreplied 2.0 also supports reminder notifications, Dark Mode, a new date format, and more.

So I'm back, and it's ready! You can check out Unreplied on its website:

If you already bought Unreplied through the Mac App Store, no worries - you'll get the new update automatically, no extra purchase required.

Fun fact: I randomly got the idea for Unreplied one day in January 2017 and pitched it to my friend Wilson (who now runs Zebra - an open source package manager for iOS devices). He was skeptical it could be done; as a result, Unreplied's fate was sealed, and it would come out a few months later.

Wilson's conversation with me

Saturday, January 14, 2017.

Tagged #announcement.

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