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Apps: Watcher'84, EasyWMA, CleanApp

updated 12:25 pm EDT, Mon October 2, 2006

EasyWMA, CleanApp

  • Watcher'84 2.0 ($15) monitors favorite websites, inform users of any occurring update. The update features a completely rewritten smart detection engine, as well as an improved user interface. Watcher'84 2.0 also includes stability improvements and CoreData-based file storage. [Download - 817KB]

  • EasyWMA 2.6 ($10) converts WMA, ASF, and WMV audio files to AIFF, MP3, m4a, or WAV formats for use with Apple's iTunes software. The application features a simple interface, complete drag-and-drop support, and batch processing capability. Version 2.6 also adds support for AIFF output format and WMA/ASF decoding improvements. [Download - 2.9MB]

  • CleanApp 1.5 ($10) updates the tool for removing or archiving applications as well as dependent files, such as preferences or cache files. CleanApp 1.5 features a revamped user interface, as well as the ability to delete or archive applications directly from the Finder with a built-in Automator script. [Download - 823KB]

  • RSS Replay 1.1.3 ($30) is a a maintenance update to the Dreamweaver extension for placing content from RSS feeds into Web page layouts. RSS Replay supports Internet Explorer, Netscape Navigator, Firefox, Safari, and other Web browsers as well as RSS 2.0. The latest iteration improves content request methods, and refines remote request encoding. [Download - 248KB]

  • WeatherPop 2.5 ($8) adds a built-in "Pop Doppler" radar for any location in the U.S. to the menu bar-based weather monitoring software. Pop Doppler offers one-click Doppler radar specified by longitude and latitude coordinates. WeatherPop 2.5 also includes various source data accuracy improvements, and enhanced German localization. [Download - 3.4MB]




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  1. vasic

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Weatherpop

    While this little app seems very nice, I'll never find out. It won't start if your Mac user ID contains anything but plain English characters. I have user names with cyrillic, as well as Eastern European characters, so that's it for me. I wrote on the support forum about this about a year and a half ago, and a year before that; no response, no fix for the problem. Too bad.

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