SharewarePublisher is a shareware submission tool and PAD file generator for Mac OS X. It ships with almost 200 pre-configured shareware sites, autolocates the submission pages on all sites and autofills the submission forms with a single click.
SharewarePublisher is a software submission tool and PAD file generator for Mac OS X. Developed specifically for software developers, vendors and media specialists alike, SharewarePublisher makes submitting software applications to leading software listing sites and repositories incredibly easy. SharewarePublisher ships with almost 200 preconfigured shareware sites, with carefully hand tuned ratings/priorities. Developers can submit to 100 sites within just a few hours, which would otherwise take several days.
The benefit of being listed on many shareware sites is not only the direct exposure, but also the additional links to your website. This leads to better Google ranking, results in more traffic and potentially translates to more customers. However, submitting to a long list of sites is a very time consuming and a tedious task. Acting as a special assistant for software submissions, SharewarePublisher fully integrates web interface of the listing hosts into the Mac experience, offering developers the best of both worlds.
With SharewarePublisher, developers will enjoy seeing their application(s) listed on many sites instantly. SharewarePublisher features built-in check lists, which sites that have to submitted to, and where a product has yet to be listed.
SharewarePublisher provides functions to autolocate the listing and submission page for a product on all sites and autofills the forms with a single click. This is particularly useful for non-PAD-aware sites.
Time efficient semiautomated submission,
Built-in list of 200 leading shareware sites,
Integrated generation of PAD files,
Pre-defined submission URLs,
Easy management of listing URLs,
Integrated two-tab web viewer,
Auto-fill submission forms,
Auto-learn submission forms,
User ID and password management,
Built for the Mac