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Apps: RouteBuddy, FlexTime, xTimeProject

updated 02:00 pm EDT, Fri August 18, 2006

Navicat, TCPdirect

  • RouteBuddy 1.1 ($100, $50 for additional maps) natively supports Garmin GPS devices on Mac OS X systems, allowing users to manage and display GPS data in high precision vector-based road maps. RouteBuddy 1.1 adds support for road-level routing, automatic speed selection for any NMEA GPS device, several minor bug fixes, and runs natively on Intel-based Macs as a Universal Binary. RouteBuddy 1.1 requires Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later. [Download - 20.4MB]

  • FlexTime 1.0 ($20) is a timer utility designed to manage time dedicated to various activity. The software can cue users by playing an arbitrary system sound, displaying a text message, or speaking a text message using the built-in Mac OS X speech synthesizer. FlexTime also supports scripts to perform any number of various tasks, such as launching an application. FlexTime requires Mac OS X 10.4 or later. [Download - 1.8MB]

  • xTime Project 4.0b ($100) is a project and task management tool designed to help team members effectively communicate information while working jointly on projects. The update boasts improved task management (both daily and hourly), better process management, enhanced resource management, and a reformed user interface. Further changes to Time Project include improved print functionality, report creation, and XML import. [Download - 18MB]

  • Navicat 6.3.2 for MySQL ($100) provides a graphical environment to manage and develop PostgreSQL databases with Navicat, including: a visual query builder; SSH/HTTP tunneling for remote database connectivity; server-to-server database transfers; and data as well as structure synchronization. Version 6.3.2 supports HTTP tunneling to access the PostgreSQL Server via the HTTP protocol, and adds Foreign Key Data Selection. Navicat for MySQL 6.3.2 requires Mac OS X 10.1 or later. [Download - 6.0MB]

  • TCPdirect 2.0 ($50) is a FileMaker plug-in allowing databases to interact directly with a large variety of internet-based services. TCPdirect 2.0 introduces single-step fetching of Web pages as well as other data using the HTTP protocol, and includes 'across-the-board' support for SSL encryption of any TCP session (including HTTPS). The plug-in requires Mac OS X 10.1 or later with FileMaker Pro 7 or newer. [Download - 523KB]

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