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Apps: EasyBatch, AnyToISO, MiniTube

updated 04:40 pm EDT, Fri July 31, 2009

iKanji, TouchCopy

  • EasyBatch 1.3 ($18) provides users with a set of tools that let them scale, resize, rotate, covert, rename and add watermarks to groups of images. The application also offers options for adjusting resizing smoothness, JPEG compression, preserving EXIF data, interlacing PNG's, and more. The latest release includes a new tool for viewing EXIF data, additional scaling options, am updated interface, and various bug fixes. [Download - 0.9MB]

  • AnyToISO 2.5 (free) is a utility that can be used to create ISO images from various file types. The application includes support for many popular file types including BIN, MDF, CDI, NRG, IMG and DAA. Version 2.5 has reintroduced limited support for the UIF format and added an option for opening the destination folder where an ISO image is saved. A bug that caused inaccurate estimated disk sizes has also been fixed. [Download - 4.8MB]

  • Minitube 0.5 (free) can be used to watch YouTube videos in a continuous stream. Users can search for YouTube videos from within the application and build custom playlists. An autocomplete feature has been added to the search bar and the software now automatically skips videos that cannot be loaded. The update has also fixed a problem where messages in the playlist would not update along with an error that prevented the fullscreen keyboard shortcut from working. [Download - 15.1MB]

  • iKanji 1.3 ($27) is a tool for leaning how to read and understand Japanese kanji characters. The software features editable flash cards that can be used to learn anything from kanji readings, english meanings of characters or stroke animations. Also included are three different styles of multiple choice tests to help memorize different aspects of kanji. Version 1.3 includes a new kanji browser view along with new stroke animations, database updates, and other small fixes and improvements. [Download - 3.4MB]

  • TouchCopy 9.10 ($25) can be used to copy media stored on an iPhone or iPod back to a computer. The software locates everything stored on connected devices including music, video, photos, and games. Items that are copied to the computer retain all of the same meta data such as ratings, play counts, and album artwork. The latest update can now compare the contents of an iPod to an iTunes library and point out any differences. Version 9.10 also includes support for copying voice memos and SMS messages. [Download - 4.7MB]

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