(EMAILWIRE.COM, September 30, 2016 ) San Francisco, CA -- Last week Apple began shipping the MacOS Sierra, named after the California mountain range that slightly crosses into Nevada. Sierra is compatible with virtually all post 2010 Macs and MacBooks, and is the first Siri compatible OS released by Apple. Like all Apple OS's Sierra is available for free download directly from the App Store and Mac users can play it safe by checking Apple's Sierra compatibility system checkup.
With the new release of Sierra
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In making a Mac keylogger Siri compatible the developers needed to create a script designed to access the Mac's microphone upon voice command. This allows Siri's responses to be stored as a native M4A file on the Mac. Once captured the keystroke logger can optionally convert the audio file to MP3 or export it via speech-to-text to the Mac's keylogger reporting dashboard.
The integration of the Apple Watch with the newer Mac OS has been another factor users will need to consider when updating their OS. While the previous operating system did not have the capacity to unlock the Mac using the Apple Watch, Sierra is fully compatible with Apple's latest portable device. Sierra users will now be able to wake and unlock their Macs by simply flicking the wrist as has been seen with the latest iPhone and iPad. Because this type of device activation takes place with virtually no keystrokes being typed the developers were forced to implement a new method for activating the keylogger software without having it run as a system process.
The application will no longer be "woken" via keystroke but will begin reporting whenever two or more core system processes are running simultaneously. This is said to prevent the program from reporting during inactive hours, especially useful for users who wish to view their keystroke activity report hourly.
This newest version of The Official Keylogger for Mac features, keystroke recording, webcam access, microphone access and social network chat capture as well as a simple install via iCloud remote access module. Current beta features scheduled for release in 2017 are said to include iChat capture, GPS tracking and the ability to define specified users to be monitored. The remote installation feature has presently been deprecated as Apple users are being introduced to new 3rd party cloud storage services other than iCloud.
While still in beta until complete Mac Sierra compatibility all operational features from the previous Mac OSx are fully functional with new auto-updates scheduled for release over the 1st quarter of 2017. Remote Keylogger customers who own licenses for previous versions of the application can update for free at any time by contacting the development team.
To learn more about the developer's current and future projects users can visit The website and subscribe to their software's roadmap for future updates.
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The Remote Keylogger is a software development company dedicated to parental monitoring applications, loss prevention, and remote accountability software. The development team is currently focused on transitioning its keyloggers to Mac's latest OS Sierra.
The development team is currently focused on making all previous Mac keylogging applications compatible with the new OS while taking advantage of the new Siri integration.
Future projects include launching in new Latin American markets as well as Asia with the first multi-national product to be an Android based keylogging application.
The company regularly posts updates and blogs about the status of current and upcoming projects as well as patches to older digital products.
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