Users of Mac optimization tool MacKeeper can now get a refund, if they claim it by November 30th. It can be done by those who have purchased MacKeeper before July 8th.
Kromtech Alliance of Cologne, Germany has recently purchased MacKeeper from its original developer ZeoBIT and has started initiating various innovations in order to make MacKeeper more attractive to users. MacKeeper is a succesfull Mac optimizer which has sold 513.330 copies in the U.S. alone for $39.95 per copy and has been on the market since 2010.
It is now an option to get a refund if customers have not found MacKeeper to their standards. However, it does not seem likely that many users will decide to exploit this option instead of upgrading their current version to Standard or Premium package.
ZeoBIT has originally started its activity in Kiev, Ukraine but is now its headquarters located in California. It is no longer the owner of MacKeeper as it has sold it to Kromtech Alliance of Cologne, Germany in April 2013.
The spokesman of Kromtech Alliance of Cologne claims that they are striving to improve MacKeeper in order to make it more appealing to customers. Therefore, they are planning to improve the optimizer and address some of its issues in order to make it the best tool available for Mac computers. MacKeeper has suffered from some attacks from its competitors claiming that it is a scam but this can be easily disregarded knowing the number of users who have downloaded it and used it successfully for a while and, consequently, has got the program running for five years.
The spokesman has also stated that Kromtech Alliance of Cologne has limited relationships with advertising partners who were thought to be too aggressive. MacKeeper has a reputation as a great cleaner and this should be enough to suggest it as a good optimizer for Mac users. Moreover, it has a great malware scanner so having it on one’s computer is definitely beneficial. Therefore, all changes should be welcome and positive as the company is known for combining security features and best traits for optimizing computers in their programs.