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updated 07:35 am EDT, Wed July 6, 2005

Nine Figures, MacPoker Pro

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  • MacPoker Pro 1.1 ($40) is a Java-based online poker tracking and analysis solution that provides realtime info users and their opponents; it helps maker game-time decisions during poker hands and also collects and stores info for each opponent. This release includes support for 7 new Mac-compatible online Poker casinos. The free version is limited to 1000 hands. [Download - 3.2MB]

  • iTMS Estimator 1.0 (free) shows the estimated current total of tracks sold on the iTunes Music Store (iTMS) as well as an estimate of the time of the next milestone sale (every 100,000th track). The application will automatically update its estimate every 5 minutes and, "when there are 10 seconds or less until the next estimated milestone sale, the application will beep each second." [Download - 98KB]

  • TennisAce 3 ($25) is a FileMaker-based solution that can track performance against any number of players. Users can view and print a variety of statistics, track income and expenses, and print fun awards for your partners. It offers a number of shortcuts and customizable defaults to data entry as easy as clicking a mouse. Both a standalone app and FileMaker data file is available for both Macintosh (OS X and Classic) and Windows. [Download - 3.3MB]

  • Professor Fizzwizzle ($20) is a "fun, mind-expanding puzzle game, where you take control of the diminutive genius, Professor Fizzwizzle. You must help the professor use his brains and his gadgets to solve each exciting level. Do you have what it takes to get past the Rage-Bots and bring the prof back to his lab?" It features 230 levels, a full-featured level editor, and a 60-day money-back guarantee. [Download - 9.9MB]

  • AB Transfer 1.8 (30) updates turingart's contact data utility for import/export. Version 1.8 imports from MySQL database sources using a simple database browser directly and scans Tiger mailboxes of Apple.Mail to retrieve email addresses from saved emails. AB Transfer reads CSV-separated, TAB-separated, Act! DBF input files and MySQL databases and adds them to Mac OS X's Address Book; it also supports native Excel, WEB.DE, GMX and export. [Download - 1.8MB]

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