Kerpen, Germany – is proud to announce – The best way to glance at your WordPress blogs comments. Wanna see those comments in the Notification Center on your Mac? How many unread (and total!) comments are on your blog at a glance? Comments is your new friend, it’ll let you know, and one click later, you’re approving, marking as spam or replying!

* Add all your blogs in one app – Simply enter the URL, username and password, and will auto-discover (much like the amazing MarsEdit does)
* Integrates with Mountain Lion’s Notification Center! If you don’t need to read or search your comments, you’ll never need to open’s main Window
* Reply to comments in-app! No need to go to the web interface anymore!
* Change Status (Approved, Awaiting Moderation, Spam) of a comment in-app, in one click
* Comments are displayed in a tree (when the blog supports threading!)
* will also auto-discover multiple blogs on the same domain, and add them all at once
* See in the Menu Bar the total amount of “unread” comments you have – See as well for each blog an item that tells you how much for each one
* Decide wether you’d like to retrieve Approved, Waiting for Moderation or even Spam (off by default!) comments
* For each status, decide fine-grained what kind of Notification you want (Menu Bar, Menu Bar Item, Notification)
* Open the Main Window and see all your previously downloaded comments, from all your blogs, sorted by posts

Whether you just got a WordPress blog or you already have 10 of those in different flavors, you should look at is the optimal solution to manage your Comments.

System Requirements:
* OS X 10.8.2 or later
* 64-bit processor
* 1.5 MB

Pricing and Availability: 1.0.2 is $4.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the Mac App Store in the Social Networking category. Promo codes are obviously available for you to be able to write your article. 1.0.2
Purchase and Download (MAS)
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After having done contracting in iOS Development since the launch of the iPhone SDK back in 2008, finally launched its first Indie Mac App called Disk Alarm in 2011. In 2012 it started the well-received conference Objective-Cologne and in 2013 the only Mac App fully dedicated to managing your WordPress Comments. Copyright (C) 2008-2013 All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo and Mac are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.

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