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Delicious Library 1.6 released

updated 01:40 pm EST, Thu February 9, 2006

Delicious Library 1.6

Delicious Monster Software today released Delicious Library 1.6, an upgrade to its home-library cataloging and sharing application for books, movies, music, and video games. Delicious Library allows the user to scan and "shelve" their content in digital shelves with 3D rederings of the covers, and offers automatic syncing with iPods, a native XML format, and Address Book and iCal integration. Version 1.6 adds a new barcode scanning technology to enable owners of new Intel-based Macs to use their integrated iSight cameras. Delicious Library 1.6 is a now a Universal Binary for both PowerPC- and Intel-based Macs, includes assorted bugfixes and performance improvements as well as localizations for three additional languages (Danish, Italian, and Swedish); it is available for $40.




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  1. rafterman

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Umm...where is it?

    The link and the Delicious Library website still show 1.5.3 as the newest version. There is no 1.6 visible anywhere.

  1. jonbwfc1

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Update

    I got it last night via the apps's own internal update mechanism. Might be worth giving that atry?

  1. LordJohnWhorfin

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    1.6.1

    I guess 1.6 was short-lived... 1.6.1 is up.

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