San Francisco, California – 128bit Technologies has announced an update of 10 new fonts to their popular free Halloween Fonts collection available on the Mac App Store under the name: Halloween Fonts – Free Commercial Use Holiday Fonts. Continue reading »
Posts tagged Mac OS X
Karelia Software has updated all their apps to Yosemite … from Sandvox and The Hit List for Mac, to a new Stars app, all to address compatibility with OS X Yosemite. Karelia Software today also confirmed all of the company’s commercially available apps for OS X, including Tangerine!, are now compatible with OS X Yosemite.Continue reading »
Yes, I know it is hard to believe, especially if you were an Apple ][+ or //e user, but next month marks the 30th anniversary of the introduction of the Mac. As they said in the famous 1984 commercial.
“On January 24th, Apple Computer will introduce Macintosh. And you’ll see why 1984 won’t be like ‘1984.’”
Matt Baxter-Reynolds has posted an article on ZDNet saying that they ARE different and should maintain that difference. Continue reading »
I’m always looking for ways to expand video usage on my Mac. My Mac User Group has had presentations on a number of AirPlay devices and apps at the first of the year as well as one more recently on building a media server using Plex on the Mac and using a Roku box to receive the Plex video. We only briefly mentioned that someone has figure out how how to use the Trailers app on AppleTV to receive Plex video as well. Air Media Server would be a competitive product to Plex and would run natively on each device.. Continue reading »
Denver, Colorado – St. Clair Software has announced the immediate availability of Default Folder X 4.5.9. This release makes its award-winning utility for enhancing Open and Save dialogs compatible with Apple’s newly announced Mavericks release of OS X. It also fixes issues with full screen mode and tagging on Mac OS 10.8 and 10.7. Honored with Macworld Magazine’s Editors’ Choice Award for Best System Enhancement Utility, Default Folder X makes Open and Save dialogs “work the way they should.” Continue reading »
What do you have? Could you remember if suddenly it went away? How much is it worth? Are you insured properly? People have a way of accumulating stuff that has real worth — and possibly value. What would you do if it all disappeared today?
Ed Dale’s Blog, TubbyNerd has an article with the above title. To demonstrate, he has a YouTube video and an HD video posted. Continue reading »
This is an article on Apple’s support site. How to get to some of the more popular features of iTunes in version 11.
Macworld.com has a series of articles called Working Mac. Subtitled “Get more out of your Mac with productivity tips and tricks.” This article looks at the changes to Apple’s Preview app in Mountain Lion.
Jumsoft has relased an upgrade to iPhone and iPad versions of its product, Money, a finance and budgeting app. Enhacements to the updated apps include a possibility to store Money documents on iCloud and access them from any of the three versions of Money. Continue reading »
Hutto, Texas – Mac Game Store has announced it is having a Fall Sale on select Electronic Arts games for the Macintosh. Visit Mac Game Store online, now through next Friday, October 26 to take advantage of instant deals on some of the hottest EA Mac games.
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Murfreesboro, Tennessee – Pubblog has announced the release of PixSteward, the essential Flickr backup and database for Macintosh. PixSteward lets users download their Flickr photostreams to their Mac, along with any titles, tags, descriptions, geographic info and EXIF data they have entered online. With PixSteward‘s powerful relational database, users can find, sort, and export single images or multi-picture sets from their Flickr archive – even when they aren’t connected to the Internet. Continue reading »
London, United Kingdom – The Pixelmator Team has released a major update of Pixelmator, its easy-to-use and feature-packed image editing software for the Mac. Designed to take full advantage of OS X Mountain Lion and the new MacBook Pro with Retina display, Pixelmator 2.1 adds support for iCloud, a new Effects Browser with new Vintage and Miniaturize effects, smart Alignment Guides and several other enhancements. Continue reading »