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Curio can provide additional functionality if you give it permission to access your Contacts, Calendar, and/or Reminders. With access to Contacts, if you double-click a dragged-in contact, Curio can launch Contacts and show that contact to you. With access to Calendar and Reminders, Curio can sync your project tasks with a specified calendar and reminder list. macOS will automatically ask you the first time you attempt to use a feature in Curio that requests this access. You can refuse and Curio will not have access. You can also enable or disable Curio’s access to the individual applications via System Preferences > Security & Privacy > Privacy. Curio does not send any information from those applications to Zengobi’s servers.
If you lost your license key we can send it to you.
|Release||Latest Version||macOS Requirements||Download||Release Notes|
|Curio 12||12.1||Sierra (10.12) → High Sierra (10.13)||Download||Release Notes|
|Curio 11||11.4||Yosemite (10.10) → High Sierra (10.13)||Download||Release Notes|
|Curio 10||10.3.3||Yosemite (10.10) → High Sierra (10.13)||Download||Release Notes|
|Curio 9||9.4.9||Mavericks (10.9) → High Sierra (10.13)||Download||Release Notes|
|Curio 8||8.6.4||Lion (10.7) → Yosemite (10.10)||Download||Release Notes|
|Curio 7||7.4.4||Leopard (10.5) → Mountain Lion (10.8)||Pro - Standard - Core||Release Notes|
|Curio 6||6.4||Leopard (10.5) → Snow Leopard (10.6)||Pro - Standard||Release Notes|
|Curio 5||5.4.7||Leopard (10.5) → Snow Leopard (10.6)||Pro - Standard||Release Notes|
|Curio 4||4.2.4||Leopard (10.5) → Snow Leopard (10.6)||Pro - Standard - K12||Release Notes|
Note that Curio 8 and older versions will not operate correctly on macOS Sierra (10.12) or newer due to a change Apple made to their internal text framework. Purchase a discounted Curio upgrade to get up and running again.