Oct. 21st 2011
In the next few weeks, we will be releasing the first version of StockMarketEye for iOS. Designed for the iPhone or iPod Touch, this new app will let you track all of your favorite stocks and portfolios. It also has news and fundamentals integrated.
One of the big features of StockMarketEye for iOS is its ability to synchronize with the desktop version. So you’ll be able to take your watchlists and portfolios with you where ever you go and easily keep them in sync.
We’re still putting the finishing touches on the app, but if anyone is interested in being a beta tester, we’d love to get your feedback on it. Send an email to our support address and we’ll get you setup.
Aug. 17th 2011
Last night, we updated the StockMarketEye website with a new look. The old site was beginning to show its age and was due for a refresh.
The new look is cleaner, more professional and supports a wider range of browsers. It will also be easier for us to update in the future.
Hopefully you like it as much as we do. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any comments on the new site or find any problems with it.
Oct. 18th 2010
MacSoftwareSpotlight is running a special promotion on StockMarketEye for 1-day only on Tuesday, October 19, 2010.
During 24-hours (starting at midnight PDT [i.e. California timezone]) you can get a 50% discount on StockMarketEye just by visiting their website and using the coupon code you find there.
The coupon is only valid for 24-hours, so you’ll need to purchase on Tuesday, if you don’t want to miss this opportunity to get StockMarketEye at a big discount.
Sep. 19th 2010
StockMarketEye was recently reviewed in the Third Quarter issue of Computerized Investing, part of the American Association of Individual Investors (AAII). Here’s a direct link if you don’t want to dig through the site:
StockMarketEye Review in AAII Computerized Investing
The review was mostly favorable and fair, although we do wish they’d used version 2.5 rather than version 2.4 for the review.
Jul. 27th 2010
The Editors at CNET have written a review of StockMarketEye, giving it 5 out of 5 Stars!
Here’s an excerpt from the review:
StockMarketEye’s simple dialog-based interface is one of the clearest, cleanest displays of securities market data we’ve seen.
And this quote from their conclusion sums it up well:
This is not only one of the cleanest-looking but also one of the easiest stock trackers we’ve used … We recommend it.
Here’s the link to the full review.
We can’t say we were surprised by the 5-Star rating (of course 🙂 ), but we are proud that someone like CNET finally came out and said it.
Feb. 1st 2010
We have upgraded the StockMarketEye website, moving to a faster server with much faster download speeds.
You’ll see that the website is more responsive and pages load faster.
Downloading StockMarketEye will be noticeably faster. From our tests it’s now 6x faster to download the latest version of StockMarketEye than before. You’ll most notice this during upgrades when many users are downloading the latest version at the same time.
Jan. 1st 2010
StockMarketEye was born out of a desire to better understand the workings of the stock market. Having a few dollars to invest, I was looking for an application that could help me track interesting stocks that I had come across on the web or in print. But every application that I found was complex and difficult to use. So being a professional software developer, I decided that the best thing to do was to write my own software.
Et voila! StockMarketEye was born.
After about 9 months of work, the first version of StockMarketEye was released on September 15th, 2008. It was quite a bit different from the StockMarketEye of today. No Portfolios. No Charts. Just basic watchlists. But bigger and better features were on the way.
Version 2.0 of StockMarketEye was released in February of 2009 and contained basic support for Portfolio tracking. The combined power of having unlimited watchlists and portfolios within one application opened new doors for StockMarketEye users.
In August of 2009 we released version 2.2 of StockMarketEye. This was the first version to display historical, end-of-day stock charts, visually enhancing the power of our Watchlists and Portfolios.
StockMarketEye continues to regularly release new features and enhancements. We are always interested in hearing from our users so that we can provide them with software that truely does help them to keep their eye on the market.
The StockMarketEye Team