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Sequence 2.1, Twin 1.1 support Snow Leopard

updated 10:05 am EDT, Sat June 27, 2009

App4Mac updates software

App4Mac has released two new software updates, Sequence 2.1and Twin 1.1. Sequence allows users to capture and save an image or movie of their screen, in a variety of different formats to the clipboard. Version 2.1 of the program delivers improved preferences, enhanced performance and user feedback, support for Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, and a variety of bug fixes. Additional features provide a voice recording function, and the ability to simultaneously record from a webcam and the user's screen. Each video or screenshot can be e-mailed or uploaded to the web for sharing with other users.

Twin is an online back-up program where users can store anything from their address book to family pictures or work projects. The new update offers improved feedback in the menu bar, better performance, and more support for Amazon S3, AFP servers, and FTP. Support for Mac OS X Snow leopard has also been added. Other changes enable new options for both the calendar and for browsing invisible files and folders; and include new boomarks for server settings. Twin works with most internet servers such as FTPS, SFTP, WebDAV and MobileMe; and provides support for offline back-ups to external hard drives.

Sequence and Twin are available for download from the App4Mac website and are compatible with Mac OS X 10.5 or higher. Sequence is priced at $26 while Twin can be purchased for $40.

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