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Apps: Screenmates, MaxPod 1.1, iCash 2.4, ...

updated 01:20 pm EDT, Wed July 27, 2005

Screenmates, MaxPod 1.1

  • ($5) is a semi-transparent rotating Earth moving on your screen. Features include variable rotation speed, image size and transparency. Users can drag-and-drop to change the speed and direction, too. [Download - 2.7MB]

  • MaxPod 1.1 ($17) lets users get daily news, weather and email. Also allows automatic synchronization between you local hard drives and enables backup of your music. Add/modify/backup notes, maps and lyrics on your iPod. [Download - 1.48 MB]

  • iCash 2.4 ($25) is personal finance software able to keep track of income, credits, debts and bank transactions. Quantity discounts are also available. [Download - 8MB]

  • Downsize 2.4 Update ($20) is a companion for your digital camera. You can resize, watermark and frame images. Easily create thumbnails or copyright-stamped images. Bug fixes in this version include dragging and dropping images and folders into the image well, resizing images won't cut off frame in some cases, and several others. [Download - 253KB]

  • iStill 1.1 ($) is still image capture software which enhances the functionality of your iSight. Capture sketches, signatures, business cards, photos and other media quickly and easily. You can even tweak focus, brightness, and saturation as you shoot pictures. [Download - 580KB]




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