Freeway Pro, Transmit, World Clock Deluxe

updated 10:37 am EDT, Mon March 11, 2013 | Posted in Apps

Freeway Pro 6.0.5 ($150) - Freeway Pro features a traditional page layout approach that can help users create dynamic sites without the need to write code. Within the software users can visually layout a page with embedded images and content, then instantly publish it to a server, .Mac account, or local folder. Version 6.0.5 fixes several truncated strings in the Swedish, Italian, French, and Dutch inspector palettes. An issue that could result in the Navigation Bar Action publishing an invalid script tag has also been resolved, and the Blogger Action no longer causes an error when adding template code to Blogger. [Download - 56.9MB]

Transmit 4.3.3 ($34) - Transmit is an FTP client that can handle files transfer and sync operations via several protocols, including FTP, WebDAV, and Amazon S3. A possible crash that could occur when dragging remote files from Coda to Transmit has been fixed in this update, along with a crash related to importing FileZilla favorites. In addition, the update also Transmit Disk to connect to more key-authorized favorites and the dock icon is now displayed at a normal size on OS X 10.6.8. [Download - 27.8MB]

World Clock Deluxe 4.9.2 ($19) - World Clock Deluxe can display multiple clocks in a horizontal or vertical palette, in the menu bar and in the dock. The v4.9.2 release includes updated daylight-savings time information for Cuba and Paraguay. This year, Cuba started DST on the second Sunday in March, while Paraguay will end daylight-saving time three weeks earlier, on March 24. [Download - 4MB]

Courier 1.3.3 ($10) - Courier allows users to share files, images, photos, movies, and more through a variety of web sharing services. File sharing support is included for Amazon S3, Flickr, Facebook, FTP/SFTP, Vimeo, and Youtube. The v1.3.3 update addresses an issue that prevented users from signing into Facebook. [Download - 23.5MB]

DiskAid 6.2.4 ($30) - DiskAid is a tool for accessing the file system, applications, and data of any iOS device from a desktop. Users can transfer files and folders between their iOS device and computer, as well as read notes, export call history, save voice memos and more. Performance and stability improvements are included in v6.2.4, as well as fixes for various crashes on Mac OS X 10.6.x. [Download - 45.3MB]

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