FileChute, Pear Note, TimePreserver

updated 07:11 am EDT, Fri August 3, 2012 | Posted in Apps

FileChute 4.5.2 ($18) - FileChute is a tool for sharing files across the internet. The software can upload any file to a website, and will automatically create an archive if multiple files are set to be uploaded simultaneously. After uploading, a link will be provided that can be sent to all recipients. The v4.5.2 update has been signed with a Developer ID for OS X 10.8 Gatekeeper compatibility. [Download - 7.1MB]

Pear Note 3.0.2 ($40) - PearNote is a note taking application for the Mac. All activities during a session are recorded, including audio, video, user actions, keystrokes, and slide changes, and then placed on a re-playable timeline. Version 3.0.2 addresses a number of crashing issues, and fixes a bug in buttons that caused them to be fuzzy. Additionally, a new Share button for quickly sharing notes with others has been added. [Download - 4.4MB]

TimePreserver 1.5 ($25) - TimePreserver is a data backup tool designed to compliment Time Machine. The software is capable of creating an archive of the contents of a Time Machine backup on another drive. The latest update offers enhanced tooltips that provide additional feedback to a user, as well as the option to subscribe to in-app notifications of important messages from Dalamser. Support has also been added for Lion's remember window location feature, and overall performances has been improved. [Download - 1.7MB]

Evernote 3.2 (free) - Evernote is a documentation tool that allows users to create notes that contain both audio and text. Version 3.3 introduces a new premium feature that allows users to switch between accounts from the Evernote menu, as well as support for sharing notes on LinkedIn, and Retina-optimized graphics. Numerous Snow Leopard and Mountain Lion crashes have also been resolved. [Download - 32.4MB]

TinkerTool 4.9 (free) - TinkerTool gives users access to additional system preference settings built into Mac OS X. Users can activate hidden features in the operating system, as well as in some of the applications delivered with the system. The latest release includes support for Mountain Lion, and a new setting to disable the rubber-band effect when scrolling beyond the end of a view. In addition, a setting that prevents OS X from quitting unused applications automatically has also been added. [Download - 1.9MB]

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