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Apps: Create, PStill, iFlash, iBatt, iPod Launcher...

updated 12:10 pm EST, Thu January 6, 2005

Create, PStill, iFlash...

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  • iFlash 2.5 ($10) is a major update to its Macintosh flash-card learning program. The new version includes many new features, the most highly anticipated of which is audio recording, which lets users record and playback sound. [Download - 1.5MB]

  • Safer Workstation 1.0 ($20) is a MacOS X application designed to turn removable devices such as an iPod or thumb drive into a user account "key." Users simply run Safer Workstation and "tie" a thumb drive or iPod to the user account. [Download - 2.7MB]

  • Spell Catcher X 10.2 ($40) is a spell checking and writing tool for Mac OS X. Version 10.2 adds Internet look up, a op-up suggestions list, and the Ghostwriter auto-save feature from the Classic version. [Download - 8.9MB]

  • iBatt 1.2 is a battery monitor for PowerBooks and iBooks that goes beyond the basic charge level information reported by the system, and displays the battery's capacity, voltage, and "overall health report." Version 1.2 adds a French localization and more accurate averages. [Download - 463KB]

  • iPod Launcher 1.5 ($5) automatically launches specified items when an iPod is detected. This version adds the ability to select a minimum amount of time between launches, ensures that system resources are only used when an iPod is connected to your Mac, and a number of other minor enhancements. [Download - 463KB]

by MacNN Staff



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