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Apps: iChatUSB, SuperDuper
- iChatUSBCam 2.0 ($10) allows users with a USB-connected webcam to take advantage of iChat's video chat ability. The new version represents a significant rewrite, no longer requiring Unsanity's Application Enhance to function. More video adjustement settings and other additions are also included.
- NewsYouCanUse 2.7 ($15) is an RSS reader that resides in the menu bar, providing visual notification of updates and quick menu access to RSS feeds. Version 2.7 upgrades the preview panel, offering a complete HTML presentation of the feed, complete with embedded images, as well as other new features.
- SuperDuper! 1.3 ($20) is a disk duplication utility for Mac OS X that performs backup and clone operations quickly and easily. Version 1.3 adds many improvements, including: saved settings, automatic mounting of source and destination volumes and images, back-to-back backups, and many more enhancements.
- Steel 1.0 ($9) is a new password and personal information organizater with an iApp-like interface and encryption capabilities.
- SilverCreator 1.5 (free) is a game development system with a card-based interface that supports event-based scripting, full multimedia support, network support, and more. The software is capable of creating games for Classic 68K, Classic PPC, or Mac OS X. Version 1.5 adds many new features, detailed here.
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