AppZapper 1.5 released

AppZapper allows you to confidently uninstall virtually any application, widget, preference pane and plugin as easily as it was installed — just drag and drop. AppZapper intelligently finds leftover support files and allows users to put them in the trash with a single click.

Mac OS X lets you install most applications with a simple drag to the applications folder. Many people decide they don’t want an application and drag it to the trash. However, this does not remove the extra preferences, caches, and other support files generated during launch — files that can sometimes be many times larger than the applications themselves. AppZapper helps clean up these leftover files.

AppZapper 1.5 introduces a brand new way to zap: ZapGenie — which allows you to browse your collection of apps, search them, and sort them by the last time you used them. Now you can find all the apps you no longer use and zap them away.

Individuals can purchase AppZapper for $12.95 and a brand new Family Pack registers all members of the same household for only $18. The free shareware version allows you to zap five times prior to purchase. All are available at

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  1. No, Bonkers, information I read elsewhere indicates the next version of AppZapper SelfZapper 1.1 will in fact be the AppZappyZapper SelfZappyZapZapper 2.0, just released for Beta testing. It’s another obvious ploy to charge an additional fee to users simply by increasing the version number and a supposed increase in features, even though it simply gets rid of itself getting rid of itself. I see no value in the coming upgrade myself.

  2. Not to be confused with AppZappa which makes GarageBand truly funky, changes all of your screensavers into yellow snowstorms and in Speech Preferences changes Victoria into a Valley Girl.

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