Keys, NetUse Traffic Monitor, Cocktail

updated 11:05 am EDT, Thu June 14, 2012 | Posted in Apps

Keys 1.0.1 ($20) - Keys is a new application that helps people learn and master typing with ten fingers. The program focuses on touch-typing, and is designed to show and rehearses different finger movements. Currently, the app offers 24 different lessons and is available for a limited time price of $20. [Download - 0.6MB]

NetUse Traffic Monitor 1.2.6 ($8) - NetUse Traffic Monitor can be used to collect real-time internet usage statistics for all computers that share an internet connection. The latest 1.2.6 version offers several new performance and graphical improvements, along with updated usage reports, and support for French, Spanish, and Russian languages. [Download - 0.5MB]

Cocktail 5.3.2 ($14) - An updated 5.3.2 version of Cocktail, the general maintenance and optimization tool for Mac OS X, is now available for download. Features of the upgrade range from improved launch times to updated Automator actions, and include enhancements to the clear system caches procedure. [Download - 3MB]

iSubtitle 2.7.2 ($19) - Bitfield has recently announced a new 2.7.2 version of iSubtitle, its application that enables people to create soft subtitled movies for iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, and more. The latest version of iSubtitle is now Sandboxed, and includes updated Turkish localization and a new Feedback feature in the Help Menu [Download - 15.4MB]

Organize 1.2.0 ($40) - Organize 1.2.0 is an updated version of the task management tool for Mac OS X. Included in this update are a variety of improvements and bug fixes, as well as a new way to handle recurring tasks. Additionally, other changes vary from better sync stability to enhanced task-sorting options. [Download - 28.6MB]

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