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Apps: Zipeg, iEncrypt, Ultimate DVD Player

updated 11:05 am EDT, Fri June 5, 2009

R10Decrypt, Tilt2Joystick

  • Zipeg 2.7 (free) lets users quickly preview a ZIP archive without actually opening the file. Files can then be selectively removed from the archive by dragging them to a desired location. The software supports a wide range of archive formats including: ZIP, RAR, ARJ, 7z, TAR, and ISO. Zipeg also features the ability to display image thumbnails in tooltips and can sort contents of folders by name, date, and size. [Download - 2.1MB]

  • iEncrypt 1.0 ($5) is a tool for protecting files on a flash drive. Users can protect the contents of a drive with a password and choose to use either 128-bit or 256-bit AES encryption. The application itself is a relatively small file and is stored on the flash drive itself. [Download - 0.52MB]

  • Ultimate DVD Player 1.1 ($50) can play DVD videos and includes options for adjusting the speed and pitch of playback. The software also allows users to set loop points, bookmarks, and can handle both commercial and homemade DVD movies. In version 1.1 the left and right arrow keys have been mapped to act as forward and rewind controls and a new "Rewind on Pause" function has been added to the menu bar. The software will also now disable the Next and Previous Chapter buttons when they are not functional and several bugs have been fixed. [Download - 4.1MB]

  • R10Decrypt 1.1 (free) allows users to decrypt files that have been encrypted with R10Cipher. The application has been developed for those who often receive encrypted files but do not need to send any. The software includes tools for decrypting single files or groups of files in a batch process. The 1.1 update has addressed several problems that occurred when trying to use the Swedish localization. [Download - 6.7MB]

  • Tilt2Joystick 1.0 (free) is a tool that can map feedback from a Sudden Motion Sensor. This allows users to turn their Macbook into a joystick that can be used to play games, scroll windows, draw, and more. Users can also map keys to different actions using Tilt2Joystick's listen interface. The software runs in the background and can be used as an input for any application. [Download - 8.6MB]

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