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Apps: Kodak EasyShare; GimmeSomeTune

updated 05:20 pm EDT, Fri April 13, 2007

EasyShare; GimmeSomeTune

  • EasyShare 6.0.2 (free) is Kodak's official photo organizing program, which also allows users to edit video or share cards, books and standard prints. No new features are listed, but two cautions are given: the "One Touch to Better Pictures" option has been removed, and installing v6.0.2 may make a collection incompatible with earlier versions of EasyShare. The app requires Mac OS X 10.3 and 200MB of free hard drive space. [Download - 51.3MB]

  • GimmeSomeTune 3.6 (donation) handles a number of functions missing from iTunes, such as automatic cover and lyrics downloads, and quick on-screen displays of both lyrics and a mini-controller. Version 3.6 shows covers and lyrics for all CDs and Internet streams, and can store art in an album's folder rather than its ID3 tag, saving space. A bug that crashed the app on launch has also been fixed. Mac OS X 10.3.9 is required. [Download - 997KB]

  • DV Monitor Pro 1.1 ($200) captures video directly to a hard drive, and lets users add names, labels and other information immediately after a clip has finished transferring. Users can also conduct shot-matching and continuity checking, as well as compose special effects shots. The program is a Universal Binary for Mac OS X 10.4, and is intended strictly for standard-definition DV video. [Download - 3.5MB]

  • DockStar 2.0 ($8) is a Mail add-on that inserts up to five new indicators into the Dock icon, indicating which account is receiving messages, and presenting optional information such flagged or total messages. The second edition introduces several enhancements such as sound effects, but is most notable for going beyond the Dock, adding a screensaver and a Dashboard widget. Mail 1.3 and Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later are mandatory; the widget requires 10.4. [Download - 4MB]

  • iPresent It 1.5 ($18) converts PDF and PowerPoint presentations into a format that can be played on an iPod or Apple TV. iPods must have a color screen, as well as video output, and using an Apple TV with a projector may necessitate a DVI adapter. The v1.5 upgrade supports 1280x720 widescreen presentations, and will automatically detect and adjust for the correct aspect ratio. The software runs on Mac OS X 10.3 or higher. [Download - 852KB]

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