Nolobe is a privately held software company based in Pokolbin, NSW Australia. Nolobe was founded by Matthew Drayton to continue his passion for creating Mac software.
Nolobe makes apps for Macs, iPhones and iPads. Interarchy, Nolobe's flagship application, is one of the oldest Mac apps available having been first released in 1993.
About Matthew Drayton
Matthew Drayton has been writing apps for Apple computers since his father introduced him to BASIC on the Apple II. After completing a Bachelor of Computer Science at the University of Newcastle Matthew served his professional apprenticeship under Mac programming legend Peter N Lewis at Stairways Software. There he worked on Interarchy and Keyboard Maestro. Later Matthew formed Nolobe and continues to develop Interarchy to this day. Matthew lives in Pokolbin with his wife Natalie and two young boys William and Lachlan.