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Insights 5.1 – Unparalleled Knowledge Mining for macOS Sierra

Insights 5.1 - Unparalleled Knowledge Mining for macOS Sierra We don’t hear much about ‘data mining’ these days — it seems to have been replaced by ‘knowledge mining’ — amazing? Insights 5.1 for macOS Sierra is a critically acclaimed application that implements original self-organizing modeling based on the Group Method of Data Handling or GMDH for classification, diagnosis and forecasting problems of complex nature for decision support. This could be an important asset in your software toolbox!

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New MacUpdate Bundle includes Toast 15 Titanium

MADE IN AMERICA Traverse City, Michigan – MacUpdate, the creator of MacUpdate Desktop, has bundled 10 top Mac apps for only $49.99. Valued at over $500, bundle buyers over save 90% of the regular price.  Continue reading »

5 Local Mac Backup Solutions That Aren’t Time Machine

  While Time Machine comes with every Mac, sometimes you may want features that Apple hasn’t included.

Time Machine is great for recovering individual files, but it is also nice to have a clone copy of the drive that you could boot from and it would be nice to schedule those backups as well.

Macuseof has listed 5 optional backup solutions from Free to $40 and even an off site backup.

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440 Software

  440 Software specializes in audio software for Mac, Windows and iOS devices. Continue reading »

Default Folder X 5.0.2

MADE IN AMERICA Default Folder Icon Denver, Colorado – St. Clair Software has released Default Folder X 5.0.2. This version of its award-winning utility for enhancing Open and Save dialogs provides a host of compatibility fixes and performance improvements. It’s also now localized in Japanese, French, German and Danish, in addition to its native English. Continue reading »

Affinity Photo Updated

Nottingham, United Kingdom – Serif has announced the first major update to its revolutionary professional image editor, Affinity Photo, and to celebrate is also offering a one-week 20% discount in the Mac App Store. First released in July, Affinity Photo has already gained a formidable reputation offering high end professional tools, incredible speed, and rock solid stability. The fact it’s also offered at a low price, with no subscription to pay for, has made it very popular with photographers-regularly topping the Mac App Store charts, and receiving 1000s of 5-star ratings on the store worldwide.  Continue reading »

Turn an Old Mac Into a Cheap VPN

  This how to article by Thorin Klosowski on Lifehacker.com.

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RSS Follower for OS X

The Aperio Lux team has introduced RSS Follower, their new gorgeous application for reading news, designed especially for OS X. RSS Follower is a simple but modern application for comfortable reading the news that user can get via RSS feeds. Users can read, share, and search the news by using a clean and intuitive interface. RSS Follower is made in the bright light and dark saturation styles. Each element of the application has been carefully designed and implemented in both styles.  Continue reading »

SyncMate 6.1

Frankfurt, Germany – Eltima Software has released SyncMate 6.1. The newest version of this universal syncing tool offers expanded functionality and customizable settings. SyncMate is an essential tool for syncing Mac data with iOS and Android devices, other Macs, MTPs, as well as with online storage accounts such as Google, Dropbox, iCloud and Outlook. It offers Mac users to sync Calendar entries, Contacts, any folders & files, iTunes & Photos.app libraries, and do it all automatically in the background. Continue reading »

Red Giant Partners With Automatic Duck to Bring Users Two New Products

Red Giant Partners With Automatic Duck to Bring Users Two New Products Red Giant is partnering with software powerhouse Automatic Duck to bring users two new products: Automatic Duck Ximport AE and Automatic Duck Media Copy 4.0. Both leverage Automatic Duck’s rich experience in transferring projects between host applications and locations. Ximport AE instantly transfers entire timelines, including cuts, third-party effects, transitions and more, directly from Final Cut Pro X to Adobe After Effects. Continue reading »

MacUpdate’s Fall Bundle – Over 90% Discount

MADE IN AMERICA   Traverse City, Michigan – MacUpdate, a leader in Mac app discovery and creator of MacUpdate Desktop, has launched their Fall bundle. The bundle includes 10 of the best Mac titles valued at over $550 for just $49.99; that’s over 90% off their regular price.   Continue reading »

Logo Pop Free

MADE IN AMERICA San Francisco, California – 128bit Technologies has announced that its Logo Pop Free software has been downloaded on the Mac App Store over 100,000 times since its debut less than a year ago. Logo Pop Free is a vector based logo design app available exclusively on the Mac App Store for absolutely free. From concept to design to using your logo in print or online, Logo Pop Free is the best, and only, full-fledged free logo design software available, maintaining a top position in the Graphics & Design category!   Continue reading »

Mac OS X Barcode Creator Goes Postal

Driffield, United Kingdom – Barcode Basics is now at version 3.0. This version adds nine new barcode types, many of which are of use in the postal systems in Netherlands, the UK, the USA, Japan and Germany). The price remains at $8.99 making it still the cheapest pro-level* barcode creator on the Mac App StoreContinue reading »

User Groups on Facebook July 11, 2015

Here is some more great content items posted by user group members on Facebook! If you’re not already with us, please feel free to jump in . . .

  • Designate a System Photo Library in Photos
  • Affinity Photo – Professional image editing software for Mac
  • Office 2016 for Mac, Office 365, Word, Excel, Powerpoint

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UGNN InfoManager Newsletter for June 22, 2015

UGNN Infomanager HERE’S THE INFOMANAGER NEWS for the week of June 15 through 22 . . . There really wasn’t much of interest this week — it seems everyone’s preoccupied with Facebook, and passing around stupid memes. But we did dig up a number of items of note for your user group newsletters and your members. Lynn has his weekly Facebook update, and Fred laments over Apple Music. But there are some very cool items too, like new virtual reality and new stronger security for Apple iOS.

  • User Groups on Facebook June 20, 2015
  • 6 Digits Are Better Than 4! iOS 9 to Boost Passcode Security
  • New Kindle Paperwhite Adds New Typesetting Engine and Font
  • New Features Coming to Apple’s Garage Band on June 30
  • How to Back Up Your Mac to Multiple Time Machine Disks
  • Intellibins – Mobile app to find recycling centers
  • How to change the default app for a file on OS X
  • Apple iCar Sightings Are Apple Mapping Vehicles
  • FBI Safe Online Surfing Internet Challenge
  • Apple Music: a Close Look at How it Works
  • 11 Virtual Reality (VR) Glasses Compared
  • Spotify Admits Defeat Already
  • Apple’s WWDC announcements
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