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Apps: iClip, Advanced Web Ranking, DropFloat, SignalS

updated 05:45 pm EST, Wed March 3, 2004

Apps: iClip, DropFloat

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  • Inventive today announced the release of iClip 2.8 ($20), the latest version of its multiple clipboard/scrapbook application for Mac OS X. New in version 2.8 is "significantly improved" handling of vector and high-resolution picture clippings. [Download - 2.8MB]

  • Caphyon has released Advanced Web Ranking 2.5, a new version of its $50 tool that helps check a Web site's position on all major search engines. This new version features a new and improved search engine selection dialog, the ability to suggest a new search engine, and major speed improvements on the Current Rank and Overview reports. [Download - 5.2MB]

  • DropFloat 0.51 is a useful tool that gives users quick access to the Favorites folder and the drop boxes. Version 0.51 fixes a problem with the notification feature of the utility. [Download - 1.0MB]

  • Text-Osterone is a simple program to generate "eye-popping" Flash animated text effects. It works with installed True Type and Postscript fonts. [Download - 3.9MB]

  • SignalSuite 1.1 ($25) takes advantage of Mac OS X-compatible audio hardware to turn a Mac into a dual-channel signal generator.The latest release adds a swept sine (chirp) generator; places the three types of signal generators in separate windows; adds a main control window; and more. [Download - 522KB]




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