You can download the latest version of Aeon Timeline for Mac OS X from the link below:Aeon Timeline Version 1.2.13
The last version to support Leopard or PPC computers can be downloaded here:
Aeon Timeline Version 1.0.9
(Requires Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard or later, Universal Binary)
You can download the Mac application as a fully-functional trial that will last for 20 days of actual use (we only count the days you actually use the software). You can unlock the trial by entering a license code after purchase.
Some users' browsers may attempt to display the Disk Image file (a common means to distribute Mac applications) instead of saving it to your disk. If this occurs, you may be presented with a page full of gobbledegook. This problem has only affected a handful of users, but seems most common in Firefox.
If this happens to you, right click on the application and choose the option to "Download Linked File" (Safari), "Save File As" (Firefox), or similar (the text varies per browser), and the application should download correctly. You will then be able to open the Disk Image and install the application.
You can download the latest version of Aeon Timeline for Windows from the link below:
Aeon Timeline Version 1.1.10
(Requires Windows XP, Windows 7, or Windows 8 [Non-RT])
You can download the Windows version as a fully-functional trial that will last for 20 days of actual use (we only count the days you actually use the software). You can unlock the trial by entering a license code after purchase.
Download or installation blocked?
The algorithms used by some browser and Microsoft security systems (such as SmartScreen) are not very sophisticated, and rely to a large extent on a file's popularity rather than any intrinsic risk the file poses.
Because our Windows release is very new, there may be a period of time where some overzealous browsers, virus scanners, or Windows 8 SmartScreen may attempt to block your download or installation of Aeon Timeline. If you experience this problem, our installation support page explains the issue further and how you can work around it.
Please note: our Windows application will always be digitally signed and show "Scribble Code" as the publisher. If you see a warning that instead says "User Unknown", you should exercise much more caution.