Posts tagged mac

Karelia Software Announces Yosemite Compatibility

MADE IN AMERICA Pasadena, California – Karelia Software has announced the release and immediate availability of updates to Sandvox and The Hit List for Mac, and a new Stars app, all to address compatibility with OS X Yosemite. Karelia Software also confirmed all of the company’s commercially available apps for OS X, including Tangerine!, are now compatible with OS X Yosemite. Continue reading »

PrivacyScan 1.6 for Mac OS X

MADE IN AMERICA Las Vegas, Nevada – SecureMac has released a new version of their privacy app PrivacyScan 1.6, the latest in privacy protection for Macs. Continue reading »

New Folx downloader

Frankfurt, Germany – Eltima Software has released a new version of their Folx download manager that includes much anticipated torrents downloading features. Continue reading »

Vortex 1.3

MADE IN AMERICA Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – TastyApps has announced Vortex 1.3, continuing the productivity Vortex beta introduced to the Mac, with a new streamlined stable interface and more customizing options. Vortex brings a new level productivity to the Mac. Dozens of Actions for the things you do most are instantly available via Drag N Drop or shortcut keys. You can quickly convert image or audio files, translate text or emails, add images and files to emails, compress or uncompress archives, and uninstall applications.   Continue reading »

Pando Calendar Replacement?

 Recently on the iMacChat mailing list the following question was asked:   Continue reading »

6 Apps to Keep Your Mac in Tip Top Shape

FStoppers.com has this article listing 6 apps that will help you keep your Mac in good shape.  Continue reading »

This week’s UGs on Facebook

This week’s subject on UG’s are listed below.  If you know of any user groups that aren’t mentioned, please let us know.  This week we saw:

[_] Save 50% on Take Control Books
[_] Dutch Artist Creates 3D Printer That Can Print Complex Ceramic Pots
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Open Source Mac Software

I am preparing to present Open Source Software for the Macintosh to the Tulsa Users of Macintosh Society in September.  A few years ago, September was declared Open Source Month by someone and I’ve tried every two or three years to find what I can get and tell the group about what is available.   Continue reading »

4 Reasons to Buy a Non-Retina MacBook Pro

Macworld UK has this article written by Ashleigh Allsopp.   Continue reading »

Jettison 1.4 – Close Your MacBook and Go

MADE IN AMERICA Denver, Colorado – St. Clair Software is happy to announce the immediate release of Jettison 1.4 for Mac OS X. This update improves the handling of all types of disks, and also delivers a host of new features like hotkeys, control over which disks are ejected, and support for flash drives.   Continue reading »

10 Features of OS X Yosemite

Fool.com has this article about Yosemite. ” 10 Features You Don’t Know About.”   Continue reading »

Apple Summer Camp for kids

For several years now, Apple has run an educational workshop that they call “Summer Camp for kids” in the 8 to 12 year old group in its stores.   Continue reading »

Apple 2014 WWDC Announces OS X Yosemite

UGNN InfoManager news all about Apple and Apple computers We posted the releases as they cam out from Apple… and the developers’ conference seemed to have a lot of energy. Among new announcements are all kinds of opinions — and just about every editor is putting their own spin on things! But not the InfoManager — we give access without spin:
[_] Xcode 6, Swift, CloudKit, and more surprising developer news from WWDC 2014
[_] 20 Features of Apple’s Latest Developer OS Revealed at WWDC 2014
[_] Watch The TechCrunch Recap Of Apple’s WWDC 2014 Announcements
[_] WWDC 2014: A love letter from Apple to developers
[_] 5 Reasons WWDC Is Big News for the Enterprise
[_] Apple WWDC 2014 Highlights: A New Era?
[_] And else . . .
that ain’t all . . . keep reading!

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Apple Unveils iOS 8, the Biggest Release Since the Launch of the App Store

UGNN InfoManager news all about Apple and Apple computersApple® unveiled iOS 8 on June 2nd, 2014 — the biggest release since the launch of the App Store℠, giving users incredible new features and developers the tools to create amazing new apps. iOS 8 delivers a simpler, faster and more intuitive user experience, including iCloud® Photo Library, allowing you to enjoy your photos and videos more easily across your devices; new Messages features to easily share voice, video or photos with just a swipe; and an entirely new Health app that gives you a clear overview of your health and fitness data all in one place. iOS 8 also includes predictive typing for Apple’s QuickType™ keyboard; Family Sharing, the easiest way to share purchases, photos and calendars within the same household; and iCloud Drive™, so you can store files and access them from anywhere

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Apple Releases iOS 8 SDK With Over 4,000 New APIs

UGNN InfoManager news all about Apple and Apple computers Biggest Developer Release Ever Includes Extensibility Features, HealthKit, HomeKit & Swift

Apple® has released its iOS 8 SDK, the biggest developer release ever with more than 4,000 new APIs, giving developers the ability to create amazing new apps like never before. iOS 8 allows developers to further customize the user experience with major extensibility features like Notification Center widgets and third-party keyboards; and introduces robust frameworks such as HealthKit and HomeKit. iOS 8 also includes Metal, a new graphics technology that maximizes the performance of the A7 chip and Swift, a powerful new programming language.

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