Quick Look: AppChest
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In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting AppChest. The developer describes AppChest as a smart new elegant way of storing your application licenses, as well as checking out today‘s latest and greatest Mac application deals.

Just drag your purchased apps to AppChest’s library and enter their license keys. No matter if it’s an email, pdf or text file containing the license, all attachments are automatically searched for useful information and auto-filled if possible.

Read on for more information and screenshots!

Screenshots

Storing Your Apps

Storing Your Apps

Great Software Deals

Great Software Deals

About the App

Here are the top five features you can expect to see in the latest version:

  • Store all your application licenses smart and secure.
  • AppChest shows you today’s hottest Mac deals.
  • License information are autofilled if possible.
  • Add applications to your wish list.
  • Import and export application licenses.

Requirements: Mac OS X 10.5 or later.

Price: $14.95

Developer: Tool Force Software

Vote for a Review

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Quick Look posts are paid submissions offering only a brief overview of an app. Vote in the poll if you think this app is worth an in-depth AppStorm review! If you’re a developer and would like to have your app profiled, you can submit it here.


  • http://www.iynque.com iynque

    I want to see a review! I already use AppShelf, but I’m curious about others. Aa comparative review would be nice…

  • http://curtismchale.ca curtismchale

    It would be fine to see this but I don’t know how it could really compete with 1Password which does Software as well as passwords, across Mac and Windows and online. That’s a pretty hard package to beat.

  • Marlena

    I had no idea an app like this existed. It looks very helpful and I could really use something like it. I agree with iyngue a comparison of the different apps that do this would be awesome.

  • Ethan Wright

    There are too many pieces of software like this, this one does look nice, but I’m stuck with appshelf and 1password.

  • Andy

    Looks nice, but I have invested in 1Password, which does this and more. Best of luck to the developer though.

  • http://www.touchupsoft.com/ bob

    A useful app to help me conveniently store my application licenses. Thanks.

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