CloudPull 2.1.2 is now available through this web site and through the in-app software update mechanism.
Mountain Lion, a version of Mac OS X expected to be released later this month, contains a new security feature called Gatekeeper. Gatekeeper allows you to indicate that only apps from the Mac App Store and those from identified developers should be allowed to run.
With this update, the Direct Download Edition of CloudPull is code signed in a manner indicating that it is from an Apple-identified developer. This allows the app to run when apps are limited to those signed by identified developers.
If you are updating directly from a version of CloudPull prior to 2.1, you will see a prompt asking you to grant access to the password stored in the keychain for each Google account. Please click “Always Allow” to grant CloudPull access to these keychain entries. If you are running CloudPull 2.1 or later, your keychain entries have already been updated.
This change does not apply to the Mac App Store Edition of CloudPull. Therefore, this update is not being submitted to the Mac App Store.