Dropbox, Together, 1Password

updated 11:47 am EST, Thu November 7, 2013 | Posted in Apps

Dropbox 2.4.6 (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. A number of “finishing touches” have been applied with the latest update. [Download - 32.1MB]

Together 3.1.2 ($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 3.1.2 adds an option to use the legacy database format, which should improve compatibility with services such as Dropbox. Opening a library folder with a missing library file will also now rebuild the library from the contents of the folder. [Download - 8.2MB]

1Password 4.0.7 ($50) - 1Password is a password management utility that allows users to safely store confidential information. The software includes different forms for adding various information such as credit cards, passwords and identities. An option to add or update software licenses by dragging and dropping apps to the 1Password dock icon has been added in this release, along with improved syncing performance and various bug fixes. [Download - 37.1MB]

Yep 3.5.3 ($24) - Yep is an organizational tool designed to help users keep track of all their PDFs and other documents. The software automatically finds all documents stored on a computer, no matter where they are stored, and sorts them into a single searchable list. Several OS X Mavericks related bugs have been fixed in this update. [Download - 5.1MB]

AirParrot 1.5.3 ($10) - AirParrot users Apple's AirPlay technology to allow users to mirror their Mac's screen to an AppleTV. In addition, the software also includes options for mirroring only a specific application, or for using the AppleTV as a desktop extension. With v1.5.3 AirParrot now disables the “mirror displays” option in OS X while using Extend Desktop to prevent froze AppleTV images. The option to hide the Notification Center also will no only appear for users on OS X 10.8 and later. [Download - 6.9MB]

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