2004: The Year That Was
Posted By Paul Kafasis on December 21st, 2004
It’s been a big year and we’ve got big plans for the future. For now, however, we’d like to wish everyone happy holidays and a happy new year. We also thought we’d do a little year-end wrap-up. Without further ado, may we present 2004 – The Year That Was:
In January, Rogue Amoeba exhibited at Macworld San Francisco, and Nicecast earned a Best Of Show award.
February brought a major update for Nicecast, with the release of version 1.5. It’s now up to version 1.7
We started work on Audio Hijack Pro 2 in March, but it wasn’t until the end of July that it was finally released. We also unveiled Detour 1.5 in July. Audio Hijack Pro is now up to version 2.1.1 with Detour at 1.5.2.
In October, Nicecast was again honored, with an O’Reilly OS X Innovators Award. November brought praise from across the Atlantic, with Audio Hijack Pro earning a MacUser UK Award as Utility Of The Year.
Finally, in December we earned yet another award when Nicecast won a prestigious Macworld Editor’s Choice (or “Eddy”) award.That’s all for now. Thanks to everyone who’s helped and supported us this year, and as always, stay tuned for more big things from Rogue Amoeba.