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Apps: Hog Bay, CutX, MaxPod, URL Parser...

updated 10:25 am EST, Tue March 22, 2005

CutX, MaxPod...

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  • CutX 2.0 ($19) is an extension for Safari that allows the user to block X-rated media, websites or ads. Version 2.0 offers better performance, ad blocking, improved keywords management, and better interface feedback. [Download - 1.0MB]

  • MaxPod 1.0.1 ($17) is a cross-platform application for the iPod that lets users download news and weather into audio files, organize notes, get directions, and more. Version 1.0.1 adds version checking, support for voices options from Cepstral, and automatic deletion of old content. [Download - 1.0MB]

  • Encryptor Plug-in 2.0.1 ($80) is a tool for for securing FileMaker data, exporting or emailing data without risk, and importing safely back into FileMaker. Version 2.0.1 adds 128 bit Rijndael AES Encryption, creation of MD5 or SHA-11 message digests, and Unicode character support. [Download - 1.2MB]

  • URLParser provides quick access to bookmarks from multiple browsers. To search, enter a keyword and click search. You will get a list of results. Clicking on one of these will take you to that site using your default browser. [Download - 876KB]

  • DiscBlaze 4.4 ($30) is a free update to the CD/DVD burning software for Mac OS X. The new version brings a re-designed File Info view, user interface enhancements, custom icons for disc images, and more. [Download - 2.2MB]




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