Moving forward

Moving forward
December 23, 2013 Oskar

Trim Enabler 3 has been a huge success, with hundreds of thousands of users and very positive reviews it has quickly become a “must-have” app for Mac users with 3rd party Solid State Drives.

As a result of your awesome support, I’m happy to share several big announcements with you!

Groths.org is now Cindori.org
Cindori AB is a new Swedish software company dedicated to bringing you more well designed and useful Mac and iOS software, as well as continuing the development of Trim Enabler and Kext Drop. Our goal is to become one of Sweden’s best independent software vendors for Mac OS X. You will find more information about the company on the About page. The domain will be redirected during December.

New payment options
We are partnering up with Paymill to offer several new payment options:
Maestro, Mastercard, Visa/Visa Electron, JCB, Diners Club, China UnionPay and American Express.
We hope the new payment options will go live during January.

Localization
We are looking into localizing the website and all our software for a couple of languages. Selection of languages is not yet determined.

New software
We have some exciting projects in the pipeline and plan to release several new unique Mac OSX applications during 2014.

I can’t express how extremely grateful and humbled I am by the support from many users around the world. I hope you will continue to follow our progress and upcoming software releases. By signing up with us you can receive email notifications on such events. Stay updated!

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7 Comments

  1. TheWojtek 6 years ago

    Keep up your great work, Oskar!

  2. pfrishauf 6 years ago

    just upgraded to Trim Enabler Pro. More to support you, Oscar than anything else (!) as the old version was working perfectly on w my Intel SSD 660GB on my MacBook Pro. I ran the new Benchmark feature and got a lovely graph. Please tell me what it means, and if it is a good or bad benchmark. How are we supposed to use this info?

    • Oskar Groth 6 years ago

      You can compare the speeds to your other drives or to the claims the manufacturer makes, to see if your drive is performing as expected or perhaps being bottlenecked by the SATA interface.

  3. Garrett 6 years ago

    I see comments about peoples macbook pro’s does trim enabler work for my macpro as well? I’m on 10.6.8.

  4. Jaime 6 years ago

    Awesome tool. I’ve bought it (as other user did) more for support you than for the new features added. Keep it going Oskar!