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Apps: Intaglio, browseback, RSSDreamFeeder

updated 02:55 pm EST, Tue November 1, 2005

Intaglio, browseback

  • ($90) is a drawing and illustration application for Mac OS X that works with iWork and ClarisDraw. New features include the ability to open and export scalable vector graphics, CoreImage effects, Spotlight importer, and a suite of Automator actions. [Download - 3.3MB]

  • browseback 1.0 beta ($30) views, searches, saves, and shares previously-visited web pages. browseback surfs through thumbnails of browser history, searches history with keywords, exports web pages as PDFs to save or share via email, and will be available in English, Japanese, German, French, and Italian (beta available in English only). [Download - 1.2MB]

  • RSSDreamFeeder 1.2 ($60) publishes RSS feeds directly from Macromedia Dreamweaver without requiring knowledge of RSS/XML code. RSSDreamFeeder supports RSS Meta Data titles, descriptions, images, authors, and rights. [Download - 565KB]

  • inXout .2b ($13/month) monitors a remote Macintosh, sending a report every few minutes to a master server. The master server watches the connection, notes the last restart, makes sure specified applications are running, and more. [Download - 3.6MB]

  • miXscope 2.0 ($15) enables the QX3/QX3-plus, QX5, and MiScope microscope users to take snapshots or create time-lapse movies. Users can also add time stamps, text comments, image overlays, make measurements and/or draw on live view images. [Download - 376KB]

  • Readerware 2.95 ($90) catalogs large collections of books, music, and videos. Version 2.95 offers iPod support, a new thumbnail view, drag-and-drop enhancements, and multiple-column sorting. The current and previous versions also support barcode scanning with ISBNs, LCCNs, or UPCs. [Download - 5MB]




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