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Apps: ProteMac Meter, YouView, AddMovie

updated 05:15 pm EDT, Fri May 1, 2009

Dash Monitors, CropaRatio

  • ProteMac Meter 2.3 ($30) is a network-traffic logging application that allows users to monitor all Internet and network activity. A stopwatch function can be used to time downloads and calculate average transfer rates. Users can also set alarms that will sound if the bandwidth or time limits have been exceeded by a particular application, or if a desired traffic volume has been reached. The update has added a new notification engine and improved the user interface. Overall stability has also been improved and several bugs have been addressed. [Download - 5.2MB]

  • YouView 0.4 (free) allows users to watch YouTube videos on their Mac without a browser. Users can sort through videos and watch videos in HD and in a full screen mode. Version 0.4 has added several new feeds and the ability to create a favorites list. The new release also includes an updated interface, speed improvements and several bug fixes. [Download - 6.8MB]

  • AddMovie 1.7 ($10) is a tool for joining several movie files together. The software features support for all movie formats that are supported by Quicktime and can also extract audio from a video file and save it as an AIFF file. AddMovie can also be used as a batch video converter and features options for setting the movies poster frame and splitting movies at arbitrary points. [Download - 2.3MB]

  • Dash Monitors 1.4 ($10) is a Dashboard widget that displays a summary of a Macs system resource usage. The widget shows an overview of the CPU usage, the amount of memory in use, the speed that data is being transfered over a network, and the speed that a Mac is reading and writing to a hard disk at. The new release addresses a compatibility issue that the Safari 4 beta introduced. [Download - 0.7MB]

  • CropaRatio 1.2 (free) is a tool for cropping images. After an image is entered users can trim the photo to a desired area and the height/width ratio is displayed the cropping rectangle is moved around. Version 1.2 now allows users to enter images by dragging them to the main window and has added a dark overlay option to assist in cropping images with mainly white or transparent backgrounds. [Download - 0.08MB]




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