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Apps: Health Tracker, Transparent, myLicenses

updated 05:00 pm EDT, Fri April 3, 2009


  • Health Tracker 3.3.0 ($20) is a tool for tracking and graphing any health related measurement. Diabetics can keep track of their blood glucose levels and people on diets can track their weight. The software also keeps track of your rate of losses or gains for each measurement, and evaluates how long it should take you to reach a goal, if a goal has been entered. Version 3.4 has fixed an bug related to deleting entries and also includes several user interface enhancements. [Download - 3MB]

  • Transparent 2.0 ($15) is a screensaver that shows a dimmed image of a users desktop allowing them to see what is running. Users can customize the transparency and how frequently the image is updated. The screensaver also works when the require a password on wake is enabled allowing users to still see what is running while protecting information. The update has added support for Mac OS X 10.5. [Download - 0.56MB]

  • myLicenses 5.0 (free) is a utility that can be used to manage all of a users software licenses. The application can be password protected and all of the entered data is stored in a secure encrypted database. The update now store icons as small .png files which keeps the database small and also allows users to attach any license files. [Download - 6.6MB]

  • JourneyMaker 1.6 ($21) helps users to create interactive content with items like images, text, and audio. These tools can help users create their own stories, comics, choose-your-own adventure games and more without the need to know complex programming languages. In the new version the ability to mark scenes as static has been added and the progress meter used during exports is now more accurate. The update has also fixed an issue that would cause save/preview hangs if an object was placed completely offscreen. [Download - 75.7MB]

  • ScreenSharingMenulet 1.3 (free) is a tool that searches for computers on a local network that are available via AFP or Apple Remote Desktop. The computers are then displayed in the menu with their name and IP address allowing users to connect to the appropriate computer via Screen Sharing. In version 1.3 Airport Base Stations, which are accessible via AFP, are no longer displayed. [Download - 0.22MB]

    by MacNN Staff

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