Skitch, Dropbox, Dash

updated 11:29 am EDT, Thu July 25, 2013 | Posted in Apps

Skitch 2.6.2 (free) - Skitch is a tool for taking and sharing screenshots. After capturing an image with the software, users can perform basic editing and share the file via e-mail or automatic website uploads. Version 2.6.2 includes a new feature that will auto-suggest e-mail addresses in the PDF e-mail composer. A bug with Evernote integration for Premium users that were not signed into Skitch has also been resolved. [Download - 27.8MB]

Dropbox 2.2.10 (free) - Dropbox is a desktop utility that creates a special Finder folder that automatically syncs with an online web storage account. This can be used to backup files to the cloud, or to quickly synchronize files between multiple computers. The latest release has reduced the initial startup and link times, as well as fixed an issue that could cause certain files to sync endlessly. In addition, the time taken when relinking a previously linked account has also been reduced. [Download - 31.1MB]

Dash 1.8.7 ($20) - Dash is a code snippet manager and Cocoa documentation browser that can help store commonly used coding. The v1.8.7 release is a minor update that fixes a crash introduced in the last release. Xojo snippet syntax highlighting is also included and there is now slightly better rbenv support for the Rub Installed Gems docket. [Download - 9.6MB]

Default Folder X 4.5.10 ($35) - Default Folder X provides users with quick access to folders and commands by attaching a toolbar to the right side of Open and Save dialogs in OS X. Support for the latest developer version of OS X Mavericks is included in this update. A hang that occurred when the OS X metadata server is responding slowly has also been resolved, and the DFX script in the Extras folder now works correctly on OS X 10.8.4 and higher. [Download - 11.8MB]

Hazel 3.1.3 ($28) - Hazel monitors a designated set of folders and automatically organizes files according to user created rules. In v3.1.3 the connection panel now has a path field to optionally set the initial folder to start in when you browse the server. The replace text option should also now be available for all tokens, and an infinite loop issue when formatting certain odd characters has been fixed. [Download - 8MB]

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