Espresso

Espresso 5.6.1

Syncing Fix

Espresso 5.6.1 is now available. It addresses a crash that may occur when syncing files. Espresso 5.6.1 requires macOS 10.13+, is fully compatible with macOS 11 Big Sur and is recommended for all Espresso users.

Thanks and enjoy!

-Matt

Written on 24 February, 2021

Espresso 5.6

Bug Fixes and Improvements

Espresso 5.6 is now available. It includes a number of improvements and bug fixes. Espresso 5.6 requires macOS 10.13+, is fully compatible with macOS 11 Big Sur and is recommended for all Espresso users.

Thanks and enjoy!

-Matt

Written on 12 February, 2021

Espresso 5.5

Big Sur 11.1 Update

Espresso 5.5 is now available. It includes a number of improvements and refinements for improved compatibility with the recently released macOS 11.1 Big Sur update. Espresso 5.5 requires macOS 10.13+, is fully compatible with macOS 11 Big Sur and is recommended for all Espresso users.

Thanks and enjoy!

-Matt

Written on 22 December, 2020

Espresso 5.4.1

Quick Update

Espresso 5.4.1 is now available. It removes debug code that I mistakenly left in the recent 5.4 update. There are no other changes. Espresso 5.4.1 requires macOS 10.13+ and is recommended for all Espresso users.

Thanks and enjoy!

-Matt

Written on 15 March, 2020

Espresso 5.4

Bug fixes

Espresso 5.4 is now available. It adds improvements to Xray and Open Quickly and bug fixes. More details can be found here. Espresso 5.4 requires macOS 10.13+ and is recommended for all Espresso users.

Thanks and enjoy!

-Matt

Written on 13 March, 2020

Espresso 5.3.2

Bug fixes

Espresso 5.3.2 is now available. More details can be found here. It is a bug fix release, requires macOS 10.13+ and is recommended for all Espresso users.

Thanks and enjoy!

-Matt

Written on 28 February, 2020

Espresso 5.3.1

Bug fixes

Espresso 5.3.1 is now available. It is a bug fix release, requires macOS 10.13+ and is recommended for all Espresso users.

The most notable bug fix addresses an issue some people where having publishing their websites. More details can be found here.

Thanks and enjoy!

-Matt

Written on 28 February, 2020

Hello From Kangacode

Espresso's new home

Hi all,

My name is Matt. I am taking over development of Espresso from Pete. Sadly due to illness Pete couldn't continue with Espresso.

I have been a professional Mac developer for 19 years. I spent most of that time working on Interarchy, as well as Keyboard Maestro for a brief period.

All I ever wanted to do is be a Mac developer and that's all I've ever done. I'm passionate about making great Mac apps. I am very excited to be able to work on Espresso and have big plans for the future.

Today I'm releasing the Espresso 5.3 update. 5.3 adds security improvements and addresses a number of nagging issues with macOS Catalina in particular. I recommend all Espresso users upgrade immediately.

If you have any questions, concerns, ideas or just want to share something cool that you have made with Espresso please contact me. I love getting feedback.

Thanks and enjoy!

-Matt

Written on 26 February, 2020

Change of Hands

Espresso found a new home

Hello,

Pete here. First let me say I'm deeply sorry for the radio silence, and further, for the lack of customer support over the past year. I will keep it short – and this is no excuse, but rather a well-deserved explanation: I was struck ill unexpectedly and thus have been unable to fulfil my Espresso duties. I am sorry for the lack of communication on this matter.

I do have some good news, however: Espresso will not fade away! I found a great new home for it with Matthew Drayton. You may know him from his work on the amazing FTP app, Interarchy.

We are in the process of transferring all things Espresso over to him now. He has some exciting plans, and I can't wait to see how the app evolves under his ownership!

That is all for now. Thanks for reading, and happy belated 2020 :)

Sincerely,
Pete

Written on 25 February, 2020

Espresso for Sale

Looking for a new owner!

As of today, Espresso is for sale (along with rights to the discontinued sister product, CSSEdit).

If you are wondering “Why?”, the short answer is that the project requires more care and dedication than I can currently give it. This has been a hard decision for me to make, but ultimately I want what's best for the app and its users.

So this means I am looking for a new and enthusiastic owner who will be able to give Espresso all the attention it deserves and ensure it has a long and fruitful life. Does this sound like you? If so, or even if you just have questions or concerns or would like to know more, please send an email to pete@espressoapp.com.

Sincerely,
Pete

Written on 20 April, 2019