updated 03:35 pm EST, Thu March 5, 2009
Reggie Ashworth has released AppDelete 2.2, an update to the application removal utility. The latest version provides a redesigned interface, while the program has been further optimized Mac OS X Leopard. The search options have been refined and improved, allowing users to look for invisible associated items. The program will automatically activate when an app has been placed in the trash, and a new option can be used to force empty the trash for items that are difficult to remove.
AppDelete can be used to search for invisible or hidden items, while recording all searches in a processing log. An undo function is provided, along with the ability to "log only" for reference.
AppDelete 2.2 is available directly from the company for $5, while an upgrade from previous versions is available for free.