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Apps: CopyPaste, Tofu, Syncmp3, iMagine Photo...

updated 03:20 pm EST, Mon January 31, 2005

CopyPaste, Tofu...

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  • Tofu 1.3 (free) is an on-screen text reader that reflows text into columns. Version 1.3 adds smooth scrolling, line rewrapping and other small improvements. It also adds Italian and Traditional Chinese localizations. [Download - 694KB]

  • Syncmp3 1.0 ($12) is an application for synchronizing the contents of iTunes with memory-based MP3 players. It selectively synchronizes the contents of iTunes using criteria such as artist and album. [Download - 100KB]

  • iMagine Photo 2.1 (free) is an AppleScript image and video processing tool for Mac OS X that enables users to automate their image processing and movie creation workflow. Version 2.1 adds several new features, including the ability to remove hot pixels in digital photograph using a pixel map. [Download - 1.0MB]

  • StickyBrain 3.2 ($40) is a free update to the note manager application for Mac OS X. Version 3.2 lets users backup and access their notes via .Mac. [Download - 19MB]

  • iSnip 1.1 (free) allows users to manage and edit a collection of text clippings that can be easily accessed from a system wide menu. The update adds features such as text clipping drag and drop support, the ability to create a snippet from the selected text, and various other bug fixes and minor additions. [Download - 187KB]




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