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Apps: Password Repository, Dock Library, Forklift

updated 03:35 pm EDT, Mon July 27, 2009

Back-In-Time, Attributes

  • Password Repository 2.10 ($30) allows users to save and manage all of their passwords inside an encrypted document. The information is all stored within a table that can be sorted. Passwords can also be labeled with custom sets of colors to help users sort related items. The latest release includes an enhanced import function which can import data with a varying number of fields and layouts. The update also includes improved management of categories and several bug fixes. [Download - 1.7MB]

  • Dock Library 1.0 (free) is a tool for organizing and applying Leopard dock skins. Downloaded themes can be directly imported into the application and then easily switched between. Themes are presented in a list, each entry including a preview, and allows users to activate a theme with one button. [Download - 1.3MB]

  • Forklift 1.7.2 ($20) is a file manager for Mac OS X that connects to FTP or SFTP servers and manages Amazon S3 accounts or mobile devices over Bluetooth. The software also includes several file management tools for tasks such as folder synchronization, batch renaming, application removal, and more. The update focuses on enhancing current features and includes several bug fixes. A crash that could occur when moving files from a Spotlight search result has been fixed along with WebDAV issues on PPC computers. [Download - 5.4MB]

  • Back-In-Time 1.4 ($29) offers an alternative method to restoring data using backups created by Time Machine. With Back-In-Time users can see how many versions of each document are available and when they were saved they can also view items that were deleted. Version 1.4 includes a new comparison tool which can graphically show where the contents of duplicate files are different or identical. [Download - 4.1MB]

  • A Better Finder Attributes 4.35 ($15) gives users access to attributes that are not regularly available from the Finder. Users can edit the files modification and creation date and time, allowing users to set pictures dates and times to those of when the picture was taken. A bug which caused the "Copy the date that the digital photo was taken to creation date" feature to not work for non-JPEG files has been fixed in this release. [Download - 1.3MB]

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