EvoCam, iRip, R10Cipher

updated 01:55 pm EDT, Thu October 4, 2012 | Posted in Apps

EvoCam 4.2 ($30) - EvoCam is a webcam utility that allows users to publish a webcam with streaming video. Version 4.2 adds support for AVTECH, Foscam, Genius, INSTAR, LevelOne, Panasonic, Tenvis, Toshiba, Vivotek and Wanscam cameras. It also adds several new features, including initial RTSP support for select network cameras and the ability to append recordings to an existing file. [Download - 1.6MB]

iRip 2.1.6 ($25) - iRip provides users with tools for transferring music from an iPod to an iTunes Library. In addition to support for MP3, AAC, and Protected AAC, the software also includes the ability to transfer videos and books from an iOS-based device. The update addresses an issue that prevented iRip from importing files. [Download - 2MB]

R10Cipher 5.1 ($19) - R10Cipher is a tool for encrypting and decrypting files using up to 384 bit Blowfish encryption. Users can perform a batch encryption by dropping several files on the software's main window, while decryption is performed by double clicking on encrypted files. The Keys view has been modified for consistency in this release, and a new option for specifying the location for file decryptions has been added. [Download - 24.4MB]

Radium 2.8.4 ($25) - Radium allows users to access a wide variety of internet radio stations from their desktop. The v2.8.4 update has fixed SiriusXM for Canadian subscribers, as well as provided extra channels, such as MLB, to American subscribers. VoiceOver support has also been added for Mountain Lion users. [Download - 6.2MB]

BookReader 4.1 ($10) - BookReader is a desktop eReader that includes support for most common DRM free digital book formats. The software organizes books onto a digital bookshelf and includes options for sorting books and searching through a collection. Version 4.1 features an all new interface that has been optimized for Retina displays. EPUB3 support is included, as well as simplified preference settings and a reduced memory footprint. [Download - 3.2MB]

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