Bare Bones Software
|Headquarters||North Chelmsford, Massachusetts|
|Products||Mac OS & Mac OS X software|
Bare Bones Software is a private North Chelmsford, Massachusetts, United States software company developing software tools for the Apple Macintosh platform. The company developed the BBEdit text editor, marketed under the registered trademark "It doesn't suck," and has been mentioned as a "Top-Tier Mac developer" by Mac OS X journalist John Siracusa.
The company was founded in May 1993, and incorporated under the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in June 1994.
- BBEdit Professional HTML and Text Editor.
- BBEdit Lite Free "lightweight" Text Editor (replaced by TextWrangler).
- Mailsmith Email client (ownership transferred to Stickshift Software; became freeware.)
- Super Get Info File and folder info utility for Mac OS X. (discontinued)
- TextWrangler Free, lightweight Text Editor which replaced BBEdit Lite.
- Yojimbo Information Organizer.
- WeatherCal application that adds weather forecasts to iCal.
- Bare Bones home page, with links to product pages
- 2006 E-mail interview with Bare Bones founder Rich Siegel
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