Web Snapper, Videobox, Tidy Up

updated 11:49 am EDT, Thu August 21, 2014 | Posted in Apps

Web Snapper 3.3.5 ($15) - Web Snapper allows users to capture screenshots of entire webpages. Web links can be added to the software through drag and drop functionality, or through a toolbar button in Safari. Pages can then be saved as an image, a vector-based file, or a multi-page PDF. Version 3.3.5 fixes a perpetual issue users faced in the Preferences pane, as well as a problem with some dynamic web pages. The update also includes a new licensing mechanism that should be both easier to use and more reliable. [Download - 15.7MB]

Videobox 4.1.1 ($15) - Videobox is a tool for downloading flash video content from most video sharing sites. The software can also convert video into a native Quicktime format for viewing on a Mac or iOS device. In the latest release some fast downloaders will now automatically update when the app is launched. The series search has also been updated and a conversion bug that occurred when using 2-pass conversion has been fixed. [Download - 50.7MB]

Tidy Up 3.0.15 ($30) - Tidy Up enables users to search for duplicate files and packages while utilizing various filters. A bug that caused the app to crash has been fixed in this update, along with several other minor issues. [Download - 63.7MB]

Yate 2.7.7 ($20) - Yate can be used to tag and organize digital audio files. Version 2.7.7 will now process MP4 files. Each file will be treated as an M4A file, which is essentially what they are if they pass the open criteria. Some regressions in FLAC and Tag Set preferences UI that were introduced in v2.6 have also been resolved with this update. [Download - 12MB]

Arq 4.5.4 ($40) - Arq is a backup utility that will make incremental backups to an online storage account. The software keeps hourly backups for the past 24 hours, daily backups for the past month, and weekly backups for everything older than a month. An “absurd string length” error that was caused by an index file with incorrect offsets has been fixed in this release. Users must simply recreate the index file from the pack data, and replace the bogus index file. [Download - 20.4MB]

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