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EyeSpy shown in Chick Fil A commercial on New Years Day 2018

Random cool thing of the day: Chick Fil A is running a commercial today (New Years Day, 2018) which shows EyeSpy!

One of the EyeSpy Developers, Arlan Titchbourne, noticed it while watching a game on television. 

If you have a Mac, running macOS Sierra (10.12) or macOS High Sierra (10.13) you can download EyeSpy on the Mac App Store for free. 

EyeSpy for macOS is an all-new implementation of the classic "cartoon eyes" which watch your mouse cursor on your iMac, Mac Pro, MacBook, MacBook Pro and other Apple Mac computers. 

It's silly. It's fun. It's free. 

Additional characters are available via In-App Purchase within the EyeSpy app. Some are free, some are available for $0.99 to help support the continued development of the toy. 

illumineX builds custom software for enterprise, government, and venture capital funded start-up businesses. Contact illumineX CEO Gary W. Longsine to discuss your project and see if we can help your team build app and cloud systems with machine learning, gamification, social media integration, and more.

Enjoy! 

EyeSpy App Icon showing the EyeSpy Guy logo and the illumineX iX logo
EyeSpy for macOS is a free download on Mac App Store

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