Daylite, Capo, HyperDock

updated 10:49 am EDT, Fri October 18, 2013 | Posted in Apps

Daylite 4.3.2 ($280) - Daylite is a productivity suite that allows businesses to share calendars, contacts, tasks, projects, notes, and more. The update has added an option to display completed tasks in the calendar if “Tasks” are set to display. An issue where merging to multiple contacts may leave the To: field blank on some emails has also been fixed. [Download - 50.4MB]

Capo 3.0.1 ($50) - Capo is a tool for slowing down audio tracks, which can help musicians learn how to play difficult parts of songs. A built-in tab editor is featured, allowing users to place transcriptions right beside the spectrogram. In v3.0.1 users can now re-run chord detection after adjusting the downbeat in a song, which should fix a number of detection issues. The app will also no longer crash when presenting/dismissing chord box popovers too quickly. [Download - 8.6MB]

HyperDock 1.3.4 ($10) - HyperDock adds a number of new features to the Mac OS X dock. Users can preview and select windows and tabs by hovering the mouse over a dock time, as well as use shortcuts to quickly open new windows. An issue that could prevent HyperDock from updating after upgrading to OS X Mavericks has been fixed in this release. [Download - 5MB]

Money 4.5 ($39) - Money is a tool designed to help people manage their personal finances. Within the app users can oversee account balances, track investments, manage budgets, and more. Version 4.5 adds support for Dropbox storage and syncing, as well as for OS X Mavericks. Various bugs, including a crash related to certain market values in Portfolio, have also been addressed. [Download - 19.8MB]

Calibre 1.7 (free) - Calibre is a tool for managing e-books. Within the app users can organize all of their digital books, covert them into multiple formats, and sync files between devices. The 1.7 update adds the ability to user personal images as the background for the cover grid, as well as to mark newly added books with a temporary mark. Various bugs have also been fixed and some of the news sources, such as the Wall Street Journal and Wired Magazine, have been improved. [Download - 85.2MB]

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