September 2017 Archived News - From newest -> oldest...

1Password for Mac 6.8.2
Posted 9/24/2017 at 12:51 UTC in Mac by Greg Nye | Permalink | Tweet
1Password for Mac 6.8.2 update fixes a number of issues including Fixed custom keyboard shortcuts. {OPM-5268}; Fixed an issue where passwords with special characters could cause a hang during account setup. {OPM-5279}; The setup window now sets a minimum window size to prevent it from being smaller than it needs to be. {OPM-5273}; Fixed an issue that could prevent sync from succeeding. {OPM-5286}; Corrected a problem where one-time passwords would be generated incorrectly if the secret contained percent-encoded spaces. {OPM-5276}; Fixed a crash that would occur if your only account was a guest account and you tried to save a new login using the browser extension. {OPM-5271} and Fixed an issue where 1Password could crash during initial setup. {OPM-5269, OPM-5270}.

Little Snitch 4.0.3
Posted 9/24/2017 at 12:33 UTC in Mac by Greg Nye | Permalink | Tweet
Little Snitch 4.0.3 added preferences option for showing data rates either in Bytes/s or Bits/s, more prominent indication if a filter is currently active and added support for full screen mode.

iPhone X
Posted 9/12/2017 at 23:29 UTC in Mac by Greg Nye | Permalink | Tweet
iPhone X includes an edge to edge 5.8‑inch Super Retina OLED screen with accurate, stunning colors, true blacks, high brightness, and a 1,000,000 to 1 contrast ratio; Face ID to replace Touch ID; durable glass front and back; Surgical‑grade stainless steel; Wireless charging and water and dust resistance.

iPhone 8
Posted 9/12/2017 at 23:24 UTC in iPhone by Greg Nye | Permalink | Tweet
iPhone 8 includes all‑new glass design, an improved camera, wireless charging and a more powerful chip.

Apple Watch Series 3
Posted 9/12/2017 at 23:22 UTC in Apple Watch by Greg Nye | Permalink | Tweet
Apple Watch Series 3 includes cellular and wifi connectivity to stay connected when away from your phone, GPS and Altimeter and more.

Apple TV 4K
Posted 9/12/2017 at 23:17 UTC in Apple TV by Greg Nye | Permalink | Tweet
Apple TV 4K lets you watch movies and shows in 4K HDR and includes apps like Netflix, Hulu, and ESPN.

LastThink Releases Visualize Global TV Online 1.3 for iOS
Posted 9/12/2017 at 23:16 UTC in iOS by Greg Nye | Permalink | Tweet
LastThink today announces Visualize Global TV 1.3, their highly customizable TV application for iOS devices. Anyone can directly access their favorite TV channel and watch diverse films, news, programs from their iPad, iPhone and iPod touch anywhere and anytime. Vibes are smart TV and movie playlists. Users can easily record their favorite films, news, talk shows, programs and more. Users can also share what they are watching via Facebook.

iLocker Provides Password-Controlled App and File Security for macOS
Posted 9/12/2017 at 23:16 UTC in Mac by Greg Nye | Permalink | Tweet
Miami-based security solutions company, ProtectStar today announces iLocker for Mac 1.0, their new password-protected app and file security utility for macOS. The app allows users of shared Mac computers to easily password protect any app, file, or folder on their Mac's hard drive. Parents can drag and drop apps or files into the iLocker window, set a password, and their selections are protected from unauthorized access by their offspring. The app also supports the MacBook Pro's Touch ID sensor.

PDF2Office for iWork 2017 - PDF Converter for Pages, Keynote and Numbers
Posted 9/12/2017 at 23:16 UTC in Mac by Greg Nye | Permalink | Tweet
Recosoft Corporation today ships PDF2Office for iWork 2017, the latest version of its PDF to Apple Pages, Keynote and Numbers conversion utility for macOS. PDF2Office for iWork allows you to recover, reuse and re-source the content stored in PDF files. This easy-to-use solution converts PDFs to Numbers, Keynote and Pages files by recreating the layout of the document; forming paragraphs; applying styles; regrouping independent graphic elements; extracting images; creating tables automatically.

Introducing Pixelmator Pro - the world's most innovative image editor
Posted 9/06/2017 at 1:28 UTC in Mac by Greg Nye | Permalink | Tweet
The Pixelmator Team today unveiled the up-and-coming Pixelmator Pro 1.0, a brand new app that aims to redefine image editing on the Mac. Codenamed Whirlwind, Pixelmator Pro promises professional-grade editing tools in an incredibly intuitive and accessible design. It includes a modern single-window interface, nondestructive, GPU-powered image editing tools, machine learning-enhanced editing features and much more. Pixelmator Pro is coming exclusively to the Mac App Store this fall.

Maintain Releases Cocktail 10.4.3 (Sierra Edition)
Posted 9/06/2017 at 1:27 UTC in Mac by Greg Nye | Permalink | Tweet
Maintain today announces Cocktail 10.4.3 (Sierra Edition), the latest maintenance update for users running macOS Sierra. Cocktail is a general purpose utility for macOS that lets users clean, repair and optimize their Macs. This version adds ability to easily add menu extras (menulets) to the macOS menu bar. It also fixes compatibility issues with Little Snitch 4 and addresses an issue in which Cocktail may fail to disable virtual memory swapping.

Mailbutler starts beta testing of their Gmail and Apple Mail extension
Posted 9/06/2017 at 1:27 UTC in Mac by Greg Nye | Permalink | Tweet
Berlin based Mailbutler GmbH today announced that the company is looking for active Gmail and Apple Mail users to test the latest beta version of their email plugin, which is scheduled for launch at the end of September. Mailbutler is a supercharged personal email assistant, which is now going to be available not only for Apple Mail, but also for Gmail. Mailbutler keeps native interface of the email client, and improves its functionality by adding to it an array of helpful tools.

B-Eng introduces Compare Anything 1.0 - Compares Any Files On A Mac
Posted 9/06/2017 at 1:27 UTC in Mac by Greg Nye | Permalink | Tweet
B-Eng today introduces Compare Anything 1.0, the company's new productivity application for OS X. Compare Anything is a stand-alone utility that was designed specifically to compare files of any type. Easily compare two files and check for them for differences. Files to compare can either be selected via the Finder or by entering directly the path in the corresponding entry line. Specifics of the two files are then listed in a split window where the differences are high-lighted.

DEVONthink 2.9.15 brings new PDF sidebar and High Sierra compatibility
Posted 9/06/2017 at 1:27 UTC in Mac by Greg Nye | Permalink | Tweet
DEVONtechnologies updates all editions of its intelligent information and document manager DEVONthink for Mac with a rewritten PDF sidebar and a new URL command for creating groups. Version 2.9.15 also further improves referencing materials from HTML and Markdown documents, extends drag-and-drop for Tinderbox, and lists available sync stores for sync locations. Finally, the update improves compatibility to the upcoming macOS High Sierra. It's free and recommended for all users.

Property Manager helps landlords track tenants and expenses efficiently
Posted 9/06/2017 at 1:26 UTC in Mac by Greg Nye | Permalink | Tweet
Orion Transfer Ltd today announces Property Manager 2.2, an update to their property management solution for macOS. Property Manager helps landlords and tenants track rental costs, property expenses and room availability. It provides useful tables and reports which show how your properties are performing by tracking both incoming rent and expenses. Version 2.2 fixes window restoration and other minor UI fixes, as well as introduces comprehensive expense tracking, along with improved reporting.

Jumsoft releases Flat Icons Lab for Mac - New Productivity Assistant App
Posted 9/06/2017 at 1:26 UTC in Mac by Greg Nye | Permalink | Tweet
Jumsoft today introduces Flat Icons Lab 1.0, a brand new multipurpose productivity assistant app for macOS. Flat Icons Lab features nearly 300 original icon designs, presented in 13 wide-spanning categories. Flat Icons Lab offers icons in a high-resolution PNG format, so they are usable with the tools available on any Mac right out of the box. They are adaptable across many forms of media: presentations, documents, print, websites - just to name a few.

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