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EyeSpy 2.0.3 update available now on Mac App Store

We've released the latest update to EyeSpy on the Mac App Store. This release improves the user experience for the purchase process and improves the robustness of the icon badge which shows the available updates for your In-App Purchases. All EyeSpy customers are encouraged to update to EyeSpy 2.0.3.


This release improves the robustness and user experience of the EyeSpy update process for In-App Purchase downloads (ArtPaX characters).

  • New fireworks display upon in-app purchase
  • Fixes the spurious focus ring bleed-through on the purchase view
  • Fixes available character update count on the App Icon badge (a small red circle) which displays the number of available updates). In the previous release, this badge would sometimes indicate one or more available updates when there were no new updates available.

Got apps that need updating for iOS 11? Contact illumineX. We can help you update for 64-bit iOS and help you update the user experience for modern iOS devices. Send us an email: sales@illumineX.com


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