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Apps: Catalog, NoteList, DVDpedia, iEvents, ...

updated 07:20 pm EDT, Mon May 23, 2005

Catalog, NoteList

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  • NoteList 1.0 allows users to store a collection notes. It features a list of notes on the left and the content of the selected note on the right. NoteList allows users to search for notes inside a document using the find field in the upper part of the window. [Download - 425KB]

  • DVDpedia 2.1 ($18) is a DVD cataloging application for Mac OS X. The new version is fully Tiger compatible and includes Spotlight integration that can be turned on or off, a beta version of the AmazonPedia widget, and a speed boost to the Web view. [Download - 4.8MB]

  • iEvents 2.5.0 ($20) is a powerful client-side tool for quickly creating custom calendar websites that can then be easily uploaded to any interent server or iDisk. It features code execution up to 800% faster, improves style file support, improves cell icon selection code, improves software update code for Mac OS X, and more. [Download - 1.13MB]

  • NewsFan 1.8.0 ($25) is the latest version of the RSS/Blog reader for Mac. NewsFan can gather the latest news from thousands of websites for easy viewing. Version 1.8.0 adds support for Mac OS X Tiger, offers a Safari RSS feed import, includes an improved podcast download status display, and more. [Download - 2.2MB]

  • LiveDictionary 1.1.6 ($25) is a Safari extension that adds fast, convenient dictionary lookups to the Web. Once installed, it becomes a transparent part of Safari; point to a word with the mouse cursor, and its definition or translation appears in a popup window. Version 1.1.6 fixes functionality in Safari's address bar and Google search box under Mac OS X 10.4. [Download - 10.7MB]




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