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Apps: iFlicks.app, Auction Hunter, Icon2Image

updated 02:25 pm EST, Fri January 9, 2009

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  • iFlicks.app 0.7 ($20) can import a users video collection into iTunes. This allows users to view all of their videos in iTunes or transfer them to an iPod or iPhone. iFlicks also downloads Metadata for all videos and has options for manually configuring the data at a later time. The update has added support for Elgato Turbo.264 and also has options for editing details of multiple videos at once. [Download - 0.93MB]

  • Auction Hunter 1.2 ($30) is a tool that allows users to monitor auctions on eBay that are of interest. The software features automatic bidding tools that let users set a desired bid amount that will automatically be placed with only a few seconds left in the bid. There are also built-in searching tools that help users find desired items and then come back to them later. In the latest update the login and bid mechanisms have been rewritten for enhanced reliability and the bid reply page recognition have also been enhanced. The update has also addressed several bugs and problems. [Download - 4MB]

  • Icon2Image 1.3 ($25) is a utility for creating image thumbnails of file, folder and disk icons in various image formats. The application can be accessed from the command line or from a menu in the Finder. There is also a system preference pane that allows users to configure various options such as the background color or sizes of generated images. Version 1.3 includes a "Clip To Icon" function which adds a custom icon to selected files using a picture on the clipboard. [Download - 1.3MB]

  • Language Alchemist X 3.1 ($13) is a multilingual dictionary which contains over 400 individual dictionaries. The dictionary is integrated into in any Mac application that is compatible with contextual menu extensions. The dictionary can translate words and phrases that have been highlighted with the curser. Language Alchemist automatically recognizes the language of a word and translates it to the default language in the system preferences of your Mac. [Download - 28.2MB]




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