OmniPlan, ExpanDrive, Together

updated 10:24 am EDT, Fri August 1, 2014 | Posted in Apps

OmniPlan 2.3.6 ($200) - OmniPlan is a project planning application that is capable of storing Gnatt charts, schedules, summaries, milestones and critical paths. The software also allows users to break down a project into smaller tasks that can be distributed among workers. The latest releases resolves a number of bugs and crashes, including a problem that resulted in task labels rendering poorly on printouts of the Gantt view. A crash that could occur when plugging and unplugging external monitors has also been fixed. [Download - 45MB]

ExpanDrive 4.1.4 ($50) - ExpanDrive builds cloud storage into any application by allowing the online storage account to act like a USB drive plugged into the Mac. Version 4.1.4 makes improvements to the app’s ability to detect new/deleted files on a remote server, as well as to support for Textmate 2. Support for very large S3 listings has also been fixed and non-ASCII characters on Google Drive should no longer create any problems. [Download - 14.7MB]

Together 3.2.1 ($40) - Together is a tool for storing, previewing, editing and searching a variety of files. Most items can be dragged to Together's main window or Shelf for quick access. The v3.2.1 update addresses a crash that could occur after importing a folder by moving it, as well as a problem where the last selected items would not be restored after a restart if "Close windows when quitting an application" is selected in General System Preferences. [Download - 10.2MB]

Ember 1.8 ($50) - Ember is a digital scrapbooking app that can be used to store and organize websites, photos, apps, and many other things. Any content added to the app can be organized into collections, while tags can be used to further sort items. With the latest update, users can now record their screen at 60fps. A problem with saving GIFs from the Ember browser via the right-click menus has also been fixed. [Download - 26.5MB]

HoudahGeo 3.7.2 ($29) - HoudahGeo enables users to link photos to the location where they were taken. Photos can be pinned to their respective locations, removing the need for a digital camera with built-in GPS capabilities. In v3.7.2, the software can now display speed in knots, and will also check if it has read privileges before trying to load an image. Furthermore, pasting coordinates now understands more number formats and separators. [Download - 19.9MB]

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