EOSCount to check your shutter count

Six months ago, I posted a title on checking the Canon DSLR camera's shutter count and I have got many feedbacks from all of you. The most recent feedbacks from MacOS user are about the EOS Inspector apps is not FREE anymore. Yes, it is not FREE anymore and I understand that it is quite annoying if you read my post recently and that is why I decide to post another title on this topic by updating information and apps. To find out why it is important, especially when you buy a second hand camera, you can read my recent post.

As mentioned in the first post, if you are MacOS user, EOS inspector is a good choice, especially in the last few months. But now it costs you $2.49 to purchase it. Certainly, if you love EOS Inspector, you can go with it, it is not so expensive and in my opinion, it worths your money.
If you are willing to pay, there is another apps named EOSCount for both MacOS and Windows. Let's have a look on its UI.
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After installing it from App Store, you will see, as EOS Inspector, EOSCount user interface is very simple and you just need to plug your camera in to find the information about Serial Number, Shutter count, Camera datetime, Firmware, Owner, Battery level, Copyright...

Supported cameras:
Single-DIGIC III, all DIGIC IV, and some DIGIC V EOS cameras are supported. For example, shutter count can be read from the
  • Rebel XS / 1000D / Kiss F
  • Rebel XSi / 450D / Kiss X2
  • Rebel T1i / 500D / Kiss X3
  • Rebel T2i / 550D / Kiss X4
  • Rebel T3 / 1100D / Kiss X50
  • Rebel T5 / 1200D / Kiss X70
  • Rebel T3i / 600D / Kiss X5
  • Rebel T4i / 650D / Kiss X6i
  • Rebel T5i / 700D / Kiss X7i
  • Rebel SL1 / 100D / Kiss X7
  • 40D
  • 50D
  • 60D
  • 70D
  • 7D
  • 6D
  • 5D Mark II
  • 5D Mark III
  • 1D Mark IV
  • 1D X
  • 1D C
More detail and FAQ on EOSCount can be found here