Cocktail, Feeder, Together

updated 10:28 am EDT, Wed October 2, 2013 | Posted in Apps

Cocktail 6.8.1 ($14) - Cocktail provides users access to some of the more advanced functions within the Unix Shell. The software features are organized into five categories, while the Pilot-mode will automatically scan a system and perform any necessary maintenance routines. A number of improvements have been made to the Pilot scheduler in this release, and a startup crash has been addressed. Compatibility issues with QuarkXPress 10 have also been resolved. [Download - 5.6MB]

Feeder 2.4 ($40) - Feeder is a utility for creating, editing, and publishing RSS and iTunes podcast feeds. The v2.4 release now requires OS X 10.7 or later and offers improved publishing and editing. The updated publishing settings panel now shows longer enclosure and image URL previews, and includes an option to prevent the software from changing published filenames in anyway. A new option has also been added to the Editor preferences for using screen fonts. [Download - 8.1MB]

Together 3.0.9 ($40) - Together is a tool for storing, previewing, editing and searching a variety of files. Most items can be dragged to Together's main window or Shelf for quick access. Version 3.0.9 fixes a hang that could occur when saving certain kinds of plain text files that had been opened in a tab. An issue where some Quick Look previews would not display after being viewed in a tab has also been fixed. [Download - 8.5MB]

The Unarchiver 3.7 (free) - The Unarchiver is a replacement for the Archive Utility application that is built into Mac OS X. The utility is designed to handle additional formats not supported by Archive Utility, and to better integrate into the design of the Finder. A Dutch translation has been added to the latest release, along with support for PMA files. Several bugs related to the handling of NSIS and MSI files have also been resolved. [Download - 5.1MB]

Cloud Mate 1.5.8 ($7) - Cloud Mate is a tool that brings all of a user's iCloud documents into a single location. By default iCloud organizes documents by application, meaning users must have multiple apps open if they need to move it to a new location. All of the outstanding 10.8.5 issues have been resolved in this release. [Download - 16.8MB]

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