In just three days last week, Apple released nine major products which demanded the attention of independent developers. How did that work out, then?
Recommended for all users, with extensive support for creating logarchives from collections of log files, and their statistical analysis.
Can turn folders of log files into a logarchive so they can be browsed using Ulbow, as well as providing statistics on them.
First full release of this macOS log browser, which also browses logs from iOS, iPadOS, watchOS and tvOS. Clean and simple to use, but very powerful.
If you’re familiar with the macOS log and have problems with an iOS device, you can easily access its log to help in diagnosis.
Most of what we know about log files, their maintenance by logd, the role of diagnosticd, and the differences between Persist and Special log files.
Free, works with Sierra and other unified logs, examines log entries already in the log, unlike Console. Now supports logarchives and more.
This version allows you to open, browse, and analyse any .logarchive bundle, from a Mac, iPhone, iPad, or more. Ideal for forensic analysis.
macOS doesn’t work like it used to. With heuristic task dispatching and sensitivity to factors like quality of network service, troubleshooting can get fiendishly difficult.
Three days ahead of its Mac event, Apple has released macOS Sierra 10.12.1, which weighs in at a […]