CloudPull 1.4.2 is now available through this web site and through the in-app Software Update mechanism. This update has also been submitted to the Mac App Store, and will be available through the Mac App Store as soon as possible. CloudPull 1.4.2 adds a variety of improvements:
CloudPull now parses the list of Google Reader saved articles much more efficiently. In addition, CloudPull now uses less CPU power at any one time while processing lists of Docs, Reader items, Calendars, and Contacts.
From Mac App Store Edition to Standard Edition
If you have run the Mac App Store Edition of CloudPull within a User Account on a Mac, the Standard Edition of CloudPull will now detect that. After detecting that, the Standard Edition will operate as if a registration code had been entered; it will not ask for a registration code and it will not run as a 30-day demo.
This improvement provides Mac App Store customers with access to updates, such as this one, that are not yet available through the Mac App Store.
In addition, when you tell CloudPull to start automatically at login, CloudPull will now delete any login items for other copies of CloudPull. This prevents multiple copies of CloudPull from launching automatically when you log in to your Mac. This applies only to copies of CloudPull that have the original filename, "CloudPull.app".
CloudPull had a bug where certain Google Reader articles could appear more than once in lists of saved articles. This update fixes that bug.
CloudPull also had a bug that prevented the app from logging into accounts with certain characters in the password. This update fixes that bug as well.