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Apps: Parsnips, Steel, PhotoReviewer, DriveGauge...

updated 05:50 pm EDT, Fri October 8, 2004

Parsnips, Steel...

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  • Steel 1.0.4 is the latest version of the password organizer/personal information storage utility brings better performance and improvements to an already familiar iApp interface. [Download - 673KB]

  • PhotoReviewer 1.4 is a photo management tool for Mac OS X that helps you quickly flip though photos that you've imported to your machine, choosing which ones are "keepers" and which ones aren't. New in version 1.4 of PhotoReviewer: support for QuickTime video and sound, configurable key controls and a reorganized menu structure for greater ease of use, and new voting and navigation commands to better support subfolders. [Download - 979KB]

  • DX Toolbox 2.3.0 ($25) is a radio propagation / conditions analysis and forecasting tool for amateur radio operators, shortwave listeners, and other radio enthusiasts. This version adds display of the long path on the Grayline map, as well as several bug fixes. [Download - 2.8MB]

  • DriveGauge 3.2 ($5) will automatically build and then update a Drive List containing a list of all your currently mounted drives and relevant information about them. Version 3.2 adds support for customizable Growl powered notifications for drive usage, support for customizing the auto-updating interval, and double-click support for installing a GaugeStyle. [Download - 2.1MB]




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