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Briefly: GameAgent update en route, Cloud Mate released

updated 12:56 pm EDT, Mon August 27, 2012

Cloud Mate unifies iCloud storage

In September, GameAgent will be launching an update to its online hub for Mac gaming. The updated system will include information on more than 150 Mac games, as well as a number of new features that will optimize the game discovery process. Mac Match is GameAgent's new tool for simplifying system requirements. The tool will compare a systems profile against a game's requirements and provide feedback on what games will or will not work on their Mac. A price comparison feature that searches for the best price across multiple online stores, including Amazon.com and the Mac App Store, is also in the works. GameAgent 2.0 is expected to launch as an open beta in the second week of September, and additional information can be found on the company's blog.

Cloud Mate brings iCloud documents into one location

Cloud Mate, a tool that brings all of a user's iCloud documents into a single location, has been released. By default iCloud organizes documents by application, meaning users must have multiple apps open if they need to move it to a new location. Cloud Mate provides users with a list of all iCloud enabled apps and includes support for moving files around, as well as for creating and modifying folder hierarchies. Cloud Mate is online for OS X 10.8 or higher as a $5 purchase.




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