Tunabelly Software

Ready for macOS 13 Ventura


We've been working with the beta versions of the OS for the last few months making sure our apps have any required changes to ensure complete compatibility with macOS 13.

All of our apps are fully compatible with the new macOS 13 Ventura, and for those who are curious, here is a list of our latest updates:

QR Factory 3
Premier QR code studio (also available for iPadOS)

Version 3.2.3 was just released which includes a new feature to use custom dimensions for printing QR codes onto labels, six more language translations plus numerous improvements and small bug fixes.

TG Pro
Temperature monitoring & fan control 

Version 2.7.4 is now available with multiple bug fixes, a more robust Auto Boost feature, plus a customer requested feature to have the exact value shown for both the app update interval and the Auto Boost gradual time.

Folder Tidy
Quickly organize messy folders

Version 2.8.8 is the most recent release with a focus put on squashing little issues and making it even more intelligent on how to tidy files.

Texty for Google Messages
Text messaging on the desktop for Android phones

Version 1.2.4 gives a better experience for customers who are not subscribed to the Pro version plus a change to ensure it's always using the latest code & features.

MacBook Pro M2 gains support for CPU, GPU temperatures & fan control

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After some hard work, we're happy to announce that TG Pro has been updated to version 2.70 with full support for the M2 version of the MacBook Pro!

For the curious, this is the exact model that is now supported:

• MacBook Pro (13-inch, M2, 2022) (Mac14,7)

TG Pro is the first app available to monitor the internal temperatures of the M2 chip, including the CPU cores (Efficiency & Performance), GPU, power supply, battery, Thunderbolt, WiFi and more. In addition, it has full fan control to monitor the speeds or boost them to help cool down the Mac if needed.

Even though it normally runs cool, the CPU temperatures can get up to 105C so it's important to be able to boost the fans using TG Pro for heavy workloads since macOS is quite conservative with the fan speeds.

Download TG Pro today and enjoy a free 14 day demo and see why thousands of people love and trust this amazing Mac utility!


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