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Apps: iPlanner, iPDA, Mac Unix utils

updated 08:35 am EST, Wed November 15, 2006

iPlanner, iPDA, Unix utils

  • iPlanner 1.1 ($25) bridges the gap between iCal and paper systems, such as Franklin/Covey and DayRunner, allowing the user to print their calendars and task lists directly onto their favorite day planner layout. "Not only can it print onto the smaller page, but it positions the data to fit onto the pre-printed day planner pages." The software takes the data from iCal and reformats it to print onto a page purchased from Franklin/Covey or DayRunner. [Download - 310KB]

  • iPDA 3.2 ($20) adds the ability to transfer PDF and Pages documents, adds support for any web based calendaring system that supports the iCal standard and fixes problems with US weather downloads and RSS/web pages downloading and processing. The utility transfers PIM data to an iPod, including Entourage, Stickies, Mail, Address Book and iCal. Users can also transfer Word, PDF, Pages RTF and text documents as well as weather forecasts, news and RSS feeds. It runs on Mac OS X 10.3 or later. [Download - 752KB]

  • VuMan 1.2 ($13) brings a significantly improved interface, the ability to export man pages to different formats (HTML, PDF, text), and integration with the Mac's built-in Apple Help system. VuMan is a Mac OS X graphical user interface to the main system of Unix software documentation, the man page. Man pages are concise but thorough descriptions of the functionality and methods of the various Unix command-line programs. It is a Universal Binary. [Download - 3.5MB]

  • PortAuthority 1.2 ($19) adds an improved interface, the ability to save log output to a text file, and integration with the Mac's built-in Apple Help system. The software provides a graphical user interface for the MacPorts package management system for Mac OS X, a powerful command-line tool for installing and updating a variety of Unix-based applications for the Mac. The Universal Binary runs on Mac OS X. [Download - 4.1MB]

  • NameFind 1.2 ($13) adds a new cleaner, more intuitive interface, Growl support to notify the user when searches are complete, and integration with the Mac's built-in Apple Help system. The tool provides fast, simple file-searching capabilities; it is designed to be a faster alternative to the Mac's built-in Spotlight search technology. It is a Universal Binary. [Download - 3.2MB]

  • 1-2Tracker 1.3 ($15) is a Mac application designed specifically for people with diabetes. With 1-2Tracker users can easily track and graph their blood glucose tests as well as track their weight on a day by day basis. The program allows people with diabetes to keep food and exercise logs along with a handy journal. 1-2Tracker can store links to diabetes-related resources as well as diabetes team contact information and medication information. [Download - 3.7MB]

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