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Apps: Password Repository, QuicKeys

updated 08:00 pm EDT, Fri October 19, 2007

Crypto Edit, Scorecard

  • Password Repository 2.4 ($25) let users store and manage all their passwords in documents protected and encrypted. The new release includes a new field 'User ID,' drag and drop for URLs and files, auto opens ftp sites and more. [Download - 521KB]

  • QuicKeys X3 ($80) automation software for Apple's Mac OS X. This release is updated for Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard, but still works with Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger, a new Automator action lets you play QuicKeys shortcuts from inside Apple's Automator allowing you to automate things that cannot normally be controlled from Automator, and includes support for new keys on the Apple 2007 aluminum keyboards has been added including new f-keys and media keys. [Download - 12.3MB]

  • Crypto Edit 1.3 ($20) a full featured word processor for reserved documents, handling  TEXT, RTF and RTFD (with images) format. It saves documents on disk always as Blowfish encrypted and is the ideal solution to manage reserved documents with formatted text and images. The text can be formatted using rules, different font,style, size, color. All the usual manipulations of fonts are available via menu and dialogs plus custom styles are available. The new release has scriptability via Applescript. [Download - 226KB]

  • Scorecard 1.2 ($30) golf scorecard and statistics application for Mac OS X. Offers comprehensive statistics, helping users discover trends and explore aspects of their gameplay that might otherwise go unnoticed. The new release has HTML export of rounds for displaying on the web, deactivation of rounds for the statistics window to allow the user to focus on a time period or set of rounds. [Download - 1.2MB]




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