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WhatPulse 5.2 is Here: New Features, Improvements, and More

· 2 min read
Martijn Smit

There are significant improvements in application handling. Previously, it was possible for applications not to appear on your computer profiles online, but this issue has been resolved. Additionally, the %TodayUptime% has been added to the stats available in the Geek Window, representing today’s uptime.

Other improvements include automatic sizing of the Geek Window, allowing for it to be made smaller, and automatic online database backups for Premium users. Previously, backups only occurred when the client was starting up, but now, they will also be created weekly when the client is running continuously.

For users on macOS 13.1 and above, there was an issue with the being blocked from running by macOS. Unfortunately, users will need to reinstall the client to receive new updates.

Activity Tracking Made Easy with WhatPulse Statistics

Privacy Policy Update

Our commitment to user privacy remains as strong as ever, and that’s why we’ve removed Google Analytics and brought in Plausible Analytics, a privacy-focused analytics service. No cookies are used and no personal data — not even an IP address or browser user agent — is stored.

We’ve also added Paddle as a new payment processor. Review our privacy policy here.

Paddle for WhatPulse Premium

Lastly, we’re also excited to introduce Paddle as our new payment provider for Premium subscriptions and one-time purchases. With invoicing support in 28 currencies, it’s now easier than ever to get your premium membership and access all the incredible features WhatPulse Premium has to offer.

Remember, upgrading to WhatPulse 5.2 before March 16th will ensure uninterrupted pulsing. As always, we welcome any feedback or suggestions you may have. Thank you for being part of the WhatPulse community!