Tag: TrashMe

TrashMe 3.5.4 with new Mac support

Today we are releasing a new update for our cleaner and uninstaller for macOS, TrashMe 3, with many new features, improvements and bug fixes. This version 3.5.4 is free and recommended for all our users:

  • Added support for new Macs
  • Added a keyboard shortcut to refresh lists (Cmd+R)
  • Added support for upcoming version of macOS Sonoma
  • Improved search for apps updates
  • Improved support for Apple processors temperature
  • Fixed an issue related to the Home folder access
  • Fixed other small issues

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Users of previous version 2 can upgrade with with a discounted price.

Improved Smart Mode in TrashMe 3.5

Today, we’re very happy to announce an update to our cleaner and uninstaller for macOS, TrashMe 3. This version 3.5 includes an improved Smart Mode to monitor the health of your Mac, and dozen of improvements and fixes.

Our smart mode gains a much-requested feature: the icon in the menu bar can be replaced by information on the battery level, on the processor use or temperature, or even on the memory pressure. So you always keep an eye on the most relevant information for you.

Among the other new features, the maintenance mode gains two new functions: the possibility of assigning an alternative icon for TrashMe (a version with rounded corners and a classic version which takes up the design of version 2 of TrashMe) and the possibility of adjusting the battery low power mode. In addition, it’s now possible to exclude an app update only for a specific version, instead of excluding the whole app. Very handy when you want to ignore only a particular update.

Finally, this new version of TrashMe improves the responsiveness of the app as well as support for the new Mac Studio. Many bugs, especially related to Bluetooth devices, have also been fixed.
This update is free for all users of TrashMe 3.

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Buy on our webstore or on the Mac App Store
Users of previous version 2 can upgrade with with a discounted price.

10 best widgets for macOS Ventura

At the end of 2020, Apple released a major new version of its operating system: macOS Big Sur. This version introduces new wigdgets, that are completely different from the ones you might see in previous versions of macOS. They are still located in the notification center, but they now come in 3 different sizes so that you can choose the layout that suits you best. In 2023, macOS Ventura keeps the same widgets.

How to display your widgets

To view your widgets, simply click the date or time at the top right of the screen, or swipe left from the right edge of the trackpad with two fingers.

How to manage your widgets

Open the notification center (see above) then click on the “Edit widgets” button at the bottom. The list of available widgets will then be displayed in the center. On the left, you can filter widgets by app or even search for a widget.

To add a new widget, simply click on the preview of the relevant widget and it will be added to your notification center (or click on the button ). The small symbols allow to toggle the preview of the widget in its different sizes. Note that not all widgets offer different sizes and the information displayed may vary from size to size.

Some widgets can be customized: when you are in edit mode, just click on an existing widget to display the options. When you are simply viewing the notification center, right-click on the widget to display a menu that will give you the option to choose the size, remove the widget or even display customization options.
You now know everything about the new widgets. Now we are going to bring you a list of the 10 best widgets for macOS Big Sur.

Fantastical 3

Fantastical is the multiple award-winning calendar app with powerful features including an intuitive natural language parsing, a full calendar window with day, week, month, and year views, an ultra-quick access mini window, tasks, time zone support, and much, much more. It’s a very good replacement for the Calendar app. The app comes with 10 sorts of widgets, for a maximum flexibility! [Download the app]


Bear is flexible notes app with quick organisation, editing tools, and export options to help you write quickly and share anywhere and preserve your privacy with encryption. It’s available for macOS, iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch, all your notes are in sync. You can display 3 sorts of widgets: single note, list of recent notes and list filtered by a keyword. [Download the app]

TrashMe 3

TrashMe 3 is a powerful cleaner and uninstaller for macOS. You can easily uninstall any app with all its related files, search for duplicate files, clean system caches and find junk files. Latest version also offers two new widgets: one to monitor your disk usage, and another to monitor the battery status of your Mac, bluetooth accessories and even your AirPods! [Download the app]


With this application you can promptly access tracking information for 300 delivery services, including UPS, USPS, FedEx, DHL, TNT, LaserShip, Aramex, OnTrac, China Post, SingPost and many other postal services. The macOS app comes with a beautiful widget which can show the tracking status of your parcel. [Download the app]

Things 3

The award-winning Things app helps you plan your day, manage your projects, and make real progress toward your goals. Things is tailored to the Mac with deep system integrations as well, and now offers customizable widgets for macOS Big Sur. [Download the app]


Orbit will let you keep track of how you spend your time, get an overview of where your time is spent and create invoices based on your tracked time. Available on the Mac, iPad, and iPhone, Orbit offers two beautiful widgets for macOS Big Sur: one for your active timer and one for the details of the most recent timer. [Download the app]


GameTrack is a universal Mac / iPhone / iPad app that makes managing your video game collection easy and enjoyable. Use your GameTrack account to share your gaming activity with your friends. The app comes with two widgets to show upcoming releases and the game you’re actually playing. [Download the app]


LookUp is an easy to use reference and learning app that helps you discover and learn a new english word everyday. The app has been completely redesigned to take advantage of macOS, and now offers a simple widget to learn a new word every day. [Download the app]

News Explorer

News Explorer is a full-featured yet easy-to-use RSS, JSON, Atom and Twitter newsreader with iCloud based synchronisation between Mac, iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and Apple TV. The embedded widget can show your latest news and is fully customizable. [Download the app]


MoneyCoach creates healthy financial habits that reduce your financial stress, increase your financial knowledge, and develop your financial skills. The app comes with several widgets to show your goals and track your bills. [Download the app]

Welcome to macOS Monterey

On October 25, 2021, Apple finally released the new version 12 of macOS: Monterey.

macOS Monterey delivers groundbreaking new features that help users connect in new ways, accomplish more, and work seamlessly across their Apple devices. FaceTime includes new audio and video features that make calls feel more natural and lifelike, and new Continuity tools like AirPlay to Mac enable Apple devices to work even better together. Live Text and Visual Lookup bring new intelligence features to surface useful information, Safari includes powerful tab organization with Tab Groups, and the ease of automation comes to the Mac with Shortcuts.

Coming later this fall, SharePlay will enable Mac users to have shared experiences together through FaceTime, and Universal Control will make it easy for users to work effortlessly across their Mac and iPad. macOS Monterey is available today as a free software update on Macs with Apple silicon and Intel-based Macs.

We’ve just updated TrashMe 3 to version 3.4.2, with full support for macOS Monterey and Apple M1 Pro / Max processors. TunesArt and Displays are also compatible with macOS Monterey and feature native support for Apple M1 processors.

Improvements in TrashMe 3.4

Today we are launching an important update for our cleaner and uninstaller for macOS, TrashMe 3, with many new features, improvements and bug fixes. This version 3.4 is free and recommended for all our users.


Instead of deleting the duplicates one by one, you can now apply the same deletion rule to all of the duplicates found. The selection of files to delete can be viewed at any time at the bottom right of the window.

System updates

The dashboard will now display a badge on the macOS icon to let you know how many system updates are available. This is the best way not to miss any important updates. A single click on the macOS icon will bring up System Preferences for updating.

Keyboard shortcuts

We’ve added the ability to assign a custom keyboard shortcut to quickly open the smart mode menu, and thus take a quick look at the health of your Mac. In addition, it is now possible to use the shortcut Cmd + F to search in a list of files and Cmd + I to display information about an app.

General improvements

We have improved the uninstallation of apps by improving the algorithm for detecting related files and highlighting potentially related files (these are unchecked by default). Other improvements include Smart Mode, app updates and orphans.

Read the full release notes
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Buy on the Mac App Store or on our webstore
Users of previous version 2 can upgrade with with a discounted price.

Brand new dashboard in TrashMe 3

Our cleaner and uninstaller for macOS, TrashMe 3, has just been released with a brand new dashboard, many improvements and several bug fixes. This update 3.3.2 is free and recommended for all our users.

New dashboard

In this version, we’ve completely revamped the dashboard to show more information, like in our Smart Mode. Now you can get detailed information about your system Disk, your processor, battery, memory, network, accessories and macOS version. We feature two modes: basic information (default) with only some essential information, and Advanced information.

S.M.A.R.T information

We now display information about the health of your main disk. S.M.A.R.T. (Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology) is a monitoring system included in computer hard disk drives (HDDs), solid-state drives (SSDs) and eMMC drives. Its primary function is to detect and report various indicators of drive reliability with the intent of anticipating imminent hardware failures. In the new dashboard, advanced mode, we’re showing the S.M.A.R.T. status of your disk, its health and its temperature. You can get more information by clicking the “INFO” button.

Improvements and bug fixes

We’ve improved the function that searches for apps updates, to be more reliable. We’ve also fixed several bugs like Finder error messages, accent color on new iMac M1 and missing localization strings.

Read the full release notes
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Buy on the Mac App Store or on our webstore
Users of previous version 2 can upgrade with a discounted price.

Major update to TrashMe 3

Today, we’re very happy to announce a major update to our cleaner and uninstaller for macOS, TrashMe 3. This version 3.3 includes a new “Extensions” section, a completely redesigned Smart Mode and dozen of improvements and fixes.

Redesigned Smart Mode

The Smart Mode of TrashMe 3 is an extension located in the system menu bar, with three main features: automatically detect any app you put in the Trash, in order to uninstall it properly; display an alert when the Trash is full; monitor the health of your Mac, like processor activity, memory usage, battery and network status, or even disk available space.

With TrashMe 3.3, we’ve completely redesigned the Smart Mode with a gorgeous user interface that fits macOS Big Sur standard. We’ve also added more information in the Network and Memory sections and a new “Graphics” section to monitor the state of the graphic card in use. Last, you can now customize the shortcuts at the bottom of the menu, to launch your favorite apps.

Uninstall all your extensions

We’ve added a separate new section to list all extensions installed on your Mac: preference panes, plugins, screen savers, Safari extensions and widgets. Similarly to our app uninstaller feature, you can now easily remove any extension from your system.

Widgets for macOS Big Sur

Recently, we’ve introduced two widgets for macOS Big Sur. The first one will monitor your disk usage, memory usage and battery status. The other one will monitor the battery status of your Mac, bluetooth accessories and even your AirPods! The appearance of these widgets can be customized and macOS Dark mode is fully supported.

This update is free for all users of TrashMe 3.
To celebrate this release, we offer a 20% discount on the full edition, for a limited time only.

Read the full release notes
Download a Free Trial
Buy on the Mac App Store or on our webstore
Users of previous version 2 can upgrade with with a discounted price.

Welcome Apple Silicon M1

A few months ago, during the WWDC20 developer conference, Apple announced the arrival of new generation processors for Macs: Apple Silicon. These processors, derived from chips embedded in iPhone and iPad, then promise increased performance and reduced energy consumption.

The promise was kept quickly. A few weeks ago, Apple announced the first processor in this range: Apple M1. The MacBook Air and MacBook Pro 13-inch are the first to benefit from these chips.

However, this change also implies the return of universal apps, capable of running both on an Intel processor and on an Apple Silicon processor. This situation is well known to older Mac users: when Apple abandoned the PowerPC architecture in favor of Intel, universal apps then appeared. Those that had not been updated could continue to work thanks to Rosetta, an engine that translated PowerPC code into Intel code.

Today, we are in the same situation: Apple offers Rosetta 2 for Macs with an Apple M1 processor. Rosetta 2 allows you to run apps that have not yet been adapted to Apple Silicon.

At Jibapps, we have of course decided to adapt all our apps to these new processors. Today, we are proud to release a new universal version of TrashMe 3, which therefore runs natively on both Intel processors and Apple M1 processors.

Our other apps will be updated in the coming weeks.

TrashMe 3 now available on the Mac App Store

We’re very proud to announce that TrashMe 3, our cleaner and uninstaller for macOS, is now available on the Mac App Store. Version 3 of TrashMe has been launched few months ago with a new modern user interface, an improved speed in all tasks and many new features like a duplicate finder, a disk overview and menubar extension to monitor the health of your Mac.

We promised a release of TrashMe 3 on the Mac App Store before the end of the year, and here it is. This version has the same set of features than the regular version available on our webstore. However, due to Apple restrictions, we’ve been forced to adapt the app a little bit (check the differences in our Frequently Asked Questions).

Along with this announcement, we offer a new version 3.1.1 for all our users. This new version adds an history of all cleaning actions and improves the speed of the uninstaller tool. We’ve also fixed several issues reported back.

To celebrate the release of TrashMe 3 on the Mac App Store, we offer a discount for a limited time!

Download a Free Trial
Buy on the Mac App Store or on our webstore
Users of previous version 2 can upgrade with with a discounted price.

Announcing TrashMe 3

We’re very proud to annonce the release of TrashMe 3, a major version of our best-seller app for macOS. TrashMe 3 lets you clean your Mac and uninstall apps, with many new features and improvements.

Clean your Mac

TrashMe comes with advanced cleaning tools. You’ll be able to quickly identify junk files (large and old files, incomplete downloads, installer packages, Windows files…) and to clean system files like apps caches, Xcode files and orphaned files. Version 3 of TrashMe finds even more files than before, to let you recover more space on your Mac.

Manage your apps

TrashMe uninstaller algorithm has been perfected over the years to find almost all related files that need to be removed along with the app bundle. We’ve greatly improved speed and intuitiveness: TrashMe 3 will find related files 3 times faster than previous version and uninstall process is easier with less steps to remove an app. For apps you want to keep on your Mac, we added a “search for updates” feature, to regularly check for updates for all apps installed on your Mac, even those from the Mac App Store. And you can still manage a list of favorite apps to securely store registration information and documents.

Find duplicate files

It happens frequently that you duplicate documents or photos, without even modifying the copy. These versions pile up on your hard drive to the point that they sometimes take up a lot of space. TrashMe allows you to scan a folder for duplicates so that you can compare all versions and then decide which ones should be removed.

Get an overview of your disk usage

Another new feature of TrashMe 3 is an interactive map that lets you visually discover the space occupied by files and folders on your Mac. Navigate through the disk hierarchy, identify and select files and folders you don’t need anymore, and TrashMe will delete them for you.

Monitor your system

Our Smart Mode feature lets you monitor your system activity, like CPU load & temperature, memory usage, battery status, network configuration… right in your system menubar. Smart mode will also detect any app you put in the Trash to offer a clean uninstall, and will display an alert when your Trash is full.
TrashMe 3 is available today as a Free Download with a 15 days trial period.
People can buy it on our webstore with a special and limited launch price. It will also be available on the Mac App Store later this year. People having bought previous version of TrashMe can upgrade with a discounted price, whatever the version they own (Mac App Store or not).