I'm Simon Haynes.
Welcome to
Spacejock Software

On this site you'll find my free software including favourites like yWriter, yBook, FCharts and more.

Are you looking for a freelance programmer? I occasionally take on additional projects, conversions, etc.

I'm also an author, with five sf comedy novels in print (details, Kindle) and a junior science fiction series for ages 8+ (details, Kindle).

I think they call that multitasking. I call it a lot of work.


Why Free?

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Software:

Anti-browser
BookDB
FCharts SE
FCharts Pro
HamTime2
LCD Tester
RMP3
Sonar3
TrackAMinute2
yBook2
yCopy2
yEdit2
yGen2
yLaunch2
yLend
yMail2
yNotes
yPlay2
yRead3
yRoute
yTimer2
yWriter5



New Release!


Collect Two short story collection

Freeware pdb, text, html and rtf ebook reader software
by Spacejock Software
Runs on all versions of Windows, 32- or 64- bit and Wine on Linux & Mac



This software is free to download and use, and this page explains why.


Current version: 1.5.37

Updated on: Mar 24, 2011

Direct download: Update file (Download and run to update your copy of this program)


Change Log:

NOTE: yBook2 has been released
1.5.37 Improvements to the Gutenberg catalogue
1.5.32 Now allows up to 144 point font. Don't forget you can press 1 and 2 for single/two page view.
1.5.31 Added support for ePub files, fixed a formatting issue with HTML files
1.5.29 Now includes a free copy of Hal Spacejock
1.5.28 Fixed the yBookmaker problem with creating empty files.
1.5.27 Fixed the 'open last file' checking/unchecking
1.5.27 Fixed the bookmarking of filenames with commas in
1.5.26 yBook will now reopen the file you last used. You can switch this off if you don't like it.
1.5.24 Updated the Gutenberg downloader with the new URL
1.5.20 Quick fix for texture misalignments in 1.5.19
1.5.19 New texture tiles - should cover even the largest screens.
1.5.18 New feature - Press H to toggle desktop hiding. Good with single page and broad margins (1000 all round)
1.5.10 Fixed the conversion of [pb] formatting in plain text files.



Why is my software free?