SpamSieve, Cornerstone, PopClip

updated 11:40 am EDT, Wed April 4, 2012 | Posted in Apps

SpamSieve 2.9 ($30) - SpamSieve is an e-mail filtering utility that reduce the amount of junk mail that makes it through to a user's inbox. Version 2.9 includes support for upcoming Mac OS X releases, and has made various changes to improve filtering accuracy. Additionally, SpamSieve is now code-signed with a Developer ID certificate, processing incoming messages with Outlook is more efficient, and numerous bugs have been fixed. [Download - 9.3MB]

Cornerstone 2.7.3 ($6) - Cornerstone allows users to control Subversion with a native OS X application. The latest release is now signed with an Apple Developer ID certificate and will run as expected on OS X Mountain Lion with the default GateKeeper setting. A number of issues have also been resolved, including a bug where Cornerstone would report the wrong pixel size when comparing images with different DPI settings. [Download - 22.3MB]

PopClip 1.3 ($5) - PopClip adds a new popover menu to OS X that displays whenever text is selected on a Mac. The v1.3 update now shows spelling suggestions immediately, allows users to choose the preferred language for spelling suggestions, and has localized popup text into 27 languages. Additionally, the software now works with the Dvorak - Qwerty keyboard layout. [Download - 0.7MB]

App Tamer 1.2.1 ($15) - App tamer is a utility that can automatically free up the CPU by preventing applications from accessing the processor when they are not active. An error that prevented the software from collecting all information about certain applications while OS X was busy has been addressed with the update. In addition, the menubar menu will now work correctly under Mac OS X 10.5. [Download - 3.6MB]

Hazel 3.0.4 ($25) - Hazel monitors a designated set of folders and automatically organizes files according to user created rules. When editing patterns in v3.0.4, users now have the ability to click on tokens to add them at the insertion point in addition to dragging them in. A bug where multiple custom tokens were allowed to be created with the same name has also been addressed, along with an issue with the options button for the AppleScript action initially being disabled when using an external script. [Download - 5MB]

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