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Apps: MovieEdit3D, Photoleap, Bullseye, Dash Monitors

updated 03:40 pm EDT, Tue May 10, 2005

MovieEdit3D, Photoleap

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  • Photoleap 1.1.1 (free) is an update to the photo sharing service for Mac OS X. Users can now send hundreds of photos of any size to anyone with an email address. Photoleap supports iPhoto 4 and 5 with an optional plug-in that allows you to send photos directly from iPhoto and save photos you receive to iPhoto albums. [Download - 1.2MB]

  • Bee Docs' Timeline ($50) is the "first professional timeline charting software created to take advantage of Mac OS X technologies." It is easy to use, but "makes timelines that have a design standard worthy of an annual report or a legal trial exhibit." [Download - 1.9MB]

  • Bullseye 1.4 ($9) is a file launcher that places your most used items in a hot key-activated circle. Version 1.4 adds hierarchical menus, multi-button mouse support, and much faster user interface rendering. [Download - 1.1MB]

  • Dash Monitors 1.2 ($10) brings system monitoring to Dashboard with monitors for CPU, Memory, Network, and Disk I/O. Version 1.2 makes several interface improvements to the widget, improves speed, and resolves a number of bugs. [Download - 512KB]

  • Trans Lucy 1.0.2 ($15) is an update to the DVD player for Mac OS X that floats above all applications and with adjustable translucency. This maintenance update provides compatibility with Mac OS X 10.4. [Download - form]




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