eBay.com is an online auction and shopping website that allows individuals and businesses to buy and sell goods and services worldwide, owned by eBay Inc., an American Internet company that also owns PayPal, Skype and several other businesses. At this time, they are ranked better than Amazon’s online store, and I am sure this says it all; however, I am not here to tell you about eBay…
Since one of the things that happen every day, without exception, is the release of a new program or at least the update of an existing one, I’ll tell you about such a program designed to make your life on eBay much easier. Its name is GarageSale, and the details are coming up right away…
The last version of this program, 3.1.1, is a Universal Binary application that works natively on both PowerPC and Intel based Macs, requiring Mac OS X 10.3.9 or higher. Priced at 24.99$, GarageSale can be downloaded and used for free from our site here, but you’ll have to live with the three auction upload limit. OK, but what exactly does it do, after all?
GarageSale is a slick and full featured client application for the eBay online auction system that allows its users to compose eye catching, template based auctions in a snap, using an intuitive Mac-like interface. Even more, it offers iPhoto integration and WYSIWYG text editing, coming with over 90 built in design templates!
This program’s features include a scheduler, powerful messaging system, FTP and .Mac image support for uploading images, and you can even store up to five auction images on the producer’s servers for free, so you will never have to pay to eBay for hosting your images.
What could I ask more? I am not an eBay user, but if I were one, GarageSale would be a handy tool for my daily businesses. So, feel free to give it a try when you are tired of eBay’s web interface slowing you down.