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EyeSpy 2.1.0 ships with new drifting balloon character

Heads-up, EyeSpy fans! EyeSpy 2.1.0 is now available on the Mac App Store (Click that link to view EyeSpy on the Mac App Store) including a new drifting balloon character. (Squeaky is available as an in-app purchase for $0.99, while EyeSpy is a free download with original cartoon artwork including several free characters.)

The drifting balloons character was a favorite with our focus group and beta testers. EyeSpy is way more fun than it has any right to be!

EyeSpy is an all new implementation of the classic cartoon eyes watching the mouse cursor toy, written in Cocoa/Swift for macOS Sierra (10.12) and High Sierra (10.13).

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EyeSpy 2.1.0 press release at prMac

balloon image from the EyeSpy app for macOS Sierra
EyeSpy - Squeaky (drifting balloon character)

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