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Briefly: iKey, yType, CopyPaste updates, Extension Gallery

updated 10:45 am EDT, Mon May 23, 2011

Safari Extension Gallery refresh

Plum Amazing has released updates for several of its productivity tools, while Apple has refreshed its Safari Extensions Gallery page

Plum Amazing has released new versions of three productivity tools, iKey, yType, and CopyPaste. iKey 2.5.1 is an automation utility that allows users to create shortcuts that can perform a number of common tasks. Users can select the command, a context in which it runs, and a launcher that defines how the shortcut is activated. yType 1.0 is a brand new application that can automatically enter a defined string of text when a selected snippet is entered. Finally, CopyPaste 3.1 provides a graphical interface to a user's clipboard, allowing them to edit, display, and archive clipboard content. iKey and yType are available through the Mac App Store for $30 and $10 respectively, while CopyPaste can be purchased online for $30.

Category organization comes to Safari Extension Gallery

The Safari Extensions Gallery has undergone a recent update that has recently been refreshed to sort extensions into categories. When the gallery launched last July items were presented as a long list, however, the updated page offers a category sidebar that allows users to narrow their search. Two dynamic categories, Most Popular and Most Recent, are included alongside the 16 static categories, such as News, Entertainment, Twitter Tools, and Bookmarking.

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