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Sep 7, 2019
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  • [Windows] Fixes an issue with an incorrect signing certificate, preventing further updates.

Note: You’ll need to download this update manually, as there’s still a certificate issue preventing updates from previous versions. Further updates should be fine. We’re sorry for the trouble.


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Sep 7, 2019
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  • [Windows] Fixes an issue with an incorrect signing certificate, preventing updates.


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Sep 6, 2019


Overall simplification of management / positioning of the app window:

  • [macOS] The main window is now displayed above the notifications — that’s how a proper menu bar app should behave!

  • [macOS] The last app will be focused once the main window is hidden.
  • [Windows] The app behaves better when the Start menu is moved while the app is running. Not perfect, but much more usable.


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Aug 22, 2019


  • Added an option to log to file — disabled by default. You can enable it with the option “Send additional debug logs” in Settings > Updates > Advanced settings.
    Note that the log file is not automatically shared with us, you’ll have to manually send it to us. It is also not comprehensive (i.e. it won’t have details of your financial data), but it should help us debug some issues.


  • App would sometimes crash or become unresponsive when trying to change the tray icon. This should be resolved.


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Jul 2, 2019


  • Fix crash on Windows x64.

Windows users: If you have already upgraded to version 3.1.0 and CashNotify crashes, you will need to perform a manual update. Download the latest version and install it over your current version.


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Jul 1, 2019

CashNotify 3.1 adds a new Dark Mode, a new dashboard indicator, and big under-the-hood improvements.

Please be aware that CashNotify 3.1 now requires macOS Yosemite (10.10) or newer.



  • Dark Mode! You can now choose between a light or a dark theme.
  • Added a new dashboard: Number of successful payments.
  • Updated some icons to make their meaning clearer. Also, they’re crispier on high-def displays.
  • Notarized! From this version onward, CashNotify for macOS is notarized by Apple. This will be a requirement starting with next macOS (Catalina).


  • Security improvements, thanks to major dependencies upgrades.
  • Error reporting is more verbose — while still being anonymized by default.
  • Perfs should be a bit better, especially on older machines.
  • Major improvements to our development process. You probably don’t care, but you should — this will let us ship more updates! :)


  • Fixed the “Start automatically” option which couldn’t be disabled.
  • Fixed some timeout issues when fetching Stripe events.
  • Fixed an issue where the UI font would be different than the one we chose — it’d fallback to the system font, which is actually good. We might embrace it in a future update…
  • Fixed an issue where the scrollbar could be hidden behind the menu.
  • Fixed a potential issue when sharing the revenue graph.
  • Some other general improvements and fixes.


  • Code-signing certificate for Windows has been renewed. This shouldn’t change anything for users.


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Feb 25, 2019


  • Display the license UDID in-app, to help users identify themselves when contacting support about any licensing issue.


  • In some cases, PayPal might hold your payments for a few days. When the money is released at last, PayPal triggers a new payment event, which in turn triggered an indefinitely loading notification in CashNotify. This should fix these.
  • Fixed a bug in the license tab where the “updates available until” date would be wrong for licenses with lifetime updates.


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Jan 16, 2019

At last! CashNotify 3 is a huge release, in the work since early 2018.
It brings 2 new big features — PayPal and Windows — as well as a lot of smaller improvements.

CashNotify 3

Here’s some highlights:

  • Monitor your PayPal accounts, in addition to Stripe’s
  • CN3 is now available on Windows, as well as macOS
  • Added support for subscriptions (new and canceled events)
  • New welcome screen, when no account is setup
  • New license system
  • Improved currency rates service
  • Import old v2 settings if they exist
  • And fixed a lot of smaller stuff

Both Windows and PayPal development were painful — PayPal especially.
A big thank you to everyone who helped us throughout our betas!