Developer: iwascoding GmbH

Current Version: 6.9.8

Last Updated: 1 year ago

Download Size: 35.1 MB - Download


GarageSale lets you create, edit, track, and manage all your eBay auctions from your Mac.

With more than 600,000 items posted on eBay by its users each month, GarageSale is the leading eBay solution on Mac OS X.

GarageSale is officially certified by eBay and iwascoding is an "eBay Certified Solution Provider".

GarageSale's features include:

- Free image hosting for up to 20 images per auction for non-GTC auctions
- Free auction scheduling
- Import photos directly from iPhoto or Aperture
- Revise and Relist your auctions from within GarageSale
- Powerful batch editing features
- 140 professional multi-layout designs
- Multiple eBay accounts
- eBay Stores
- multi-variation listings (aka multi-SKU listings)
- Use GarageSale for iPhone or iPad to prepare and list auctions, or import them to GarageSale for Mac.
- Optional paid image hosting for 'Good Till Canceled' (GTC) listings is available as In-App purchase

Have more questions? Check out our website and contact us at [email protected]


Release Notes:

- updated shipping services for eBay Germany
- shipping services are now sorted alphabetically in the shipping service menu
- turned off 'allow popups' flag for auction web view to silence unwanted popup adds introduced by eBay
- user can specify package dimensions when using shipping profiles. This should fix the 'weight required' error returned by eBay when trying to submit a listing with a shipping profile
- displays a warning when you haven't selected all three kinds of business profiles simultaneously. This was necessary because of recent eBay policy change
- fixed a crash in the 'Product' panel
- fixed a bug in the Design Template Utility that prevented saving of duplicated designs


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 6.6.5
Review by Sage Meditation

Best for Listing on eBay - Garage Sale is easy to use and makes for quick setup and listing of items on eBay. The only thing that I find a bit strange is their use of the word "template". Every auction creates a new template. To me, "template" means that you create a master design so that your listings have a consistent look. Then, you create all your auctions from one template and end up with an archive for each auction. It would be useful to have, say, 3 or 4 templates - one for each type of product I normally list. Otherwise, setip is easy, once you understand where to find all the finer details, which are in the "Inspector". Being a bit OCD, I always review my listings on eBay after I perform an upload. Quite often I end up doing an edit. Unfortunately, when Garage Sale synchronizes with eBay, this results in even more clutter in Garage Sale as it creates a folder called "Imported from My eBay". So, now you have two listings for each item you have set up. Still, the templates are very nice and the setup is easy. I would rather use Garage Sale than set the items up on eBay, which gives you essentially a blank piece of paper in which you have to create everything from scratch every time. That's why you see so many boring listings. Garage Sale lets me add some flavor to the listing, which improves my success.

Found helpful by 9 out of 10 people
Version 6.9.8
Review by CAL1900

Do not buy this old version. - Do not buy this old and outdated version of the app that does not run correctly on Sierra. I found out after I upgraded to the App Store v6 application that they sell v7 on their website. I had to buy it directly because they may never get to 7 in the App Store. They would not give me a credit for either version. So, I had to buy two licenses. It is a good program that I have used for many years, but they should pull the App Store installer if they are not going to upgrade it to the latest version that they sell on their website. You may have to buy v7 if you buy this v6.

Found helpful by 17 out of 17 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 6.9.8
Review by IcarasX

Oh come on iwascoding! Release Garage Sale 7 on the Mac App Store! - Love Garage Sale 6 (or classic as they now call it), but please don’t leave us Mac App Store users in the dust. I’m sorry, but I prefer to get my software through here so please reconsider releasing it through the MAS.

Found helpful by 12 out of 12 people