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Apps: Webify, iWallet, FitPlot

updated 11:20 pm EST, Mon December 29, 2008

TV Row, Labels & Addresses

  • Webify 1.1 ($16) is intended for users that prepare content for internet publication. Groups of images can be simultaneously resized, flipped, scaled, or rotated, saving time over single image editing. Webify works as an image browser, with a drag-and-drop interface claimed allow for faster work. The 1.1 update now properly handles the Rotation effect on rectangular shaped images, as well as retains meta data in saved images. [Download - 1.9MB]

  • iWallet 4.1 ($20) is an expense management utility that focuses on setting and keeping budgets. The included Budget Bar displays a graphical view of a budget set by a user allowing them to track and monitor spending at a glance. The update includes a redesigned UI, a new 10 day trial period, automatic updates and a new serial and registration system. [Download - 1.7MB]

  • FitPlot 2.7 ($14) allows users to place a group of PDF's or other graphic files on a virtual plotter sheet and they arranged them into a logical order. In version 2.7 FitPlot can keep track of all printed projects, text can be added as captions, all selected objects can be moved to specific locations and whole folders can be added by dragging them to the main window. [Download - 2.5MB]

  • TV Row 2.0 (free) is a utility that allows the use of Front Row on a TV. The interface lets users choose which display to place Front Row on when it is launched. Version 2.0 has been rebuilt in XCode and can now set Front Row to display on one of four displays by default and can set trailer resolution to either standard or high definition. [Download - 0.17MB]

  • Labels & Addresses 1.1 ($50) is a tool for printing various labels and envelopes. Users can create seasonal greeting envelopes and postcards with interchangeable addresses and postal barcodes. Version 1.1 features support for Zebra thermal printers, an auto-incrementing counter to use as an input for barcodes, an option to hide the barcode's human-readable value and support for postal barcodes in custom address formats. [Download - 32.7MB]




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