updated 12:04 pm EDT, Fri October 25, 2013
Updated version of Cyberduck adds support for multipart uploads, bucket lifecycle config
Cyberduck has announced the availability of its latest version of its FTP/SFTP/WebDAV file server client software, Cyberduck 4.4. Featuring a complete refactoring for improved performance and testability, Cyberduck has accommodated developments in cloud storage by adding support for multipart uploads. Bucket lifestyle configuration has also been added in Amazon S3 to archive objects in Amazon Glacier and multi-region support for OpenStack Swift. Other improvements include bug fixes and improved file transfer reliability for higher throughput. Its version for Mac now does not require Java Runtime for installation. Available for Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7, and Mac OS X 10.6 or later, Cyberduck can be downloaded from Cyberduck, and is soon to be updated in the App Store.
Onkyo's free HF Player app offers precision equalizer for iOS
Onkyo, producer of home theatre, hi-fi, and personal audio components, has announced the release of a music playing app that enables playback of high-resolution audio files, and greater control of audio settings. The HF Player App features a user interface that includes album artwork display, playback controls, and is organized in a complementary style to that of the overall iOS platform.
HF Player accesses a device's music library through syncing with an iTunes-equipped computer, and the user can then use the app's phase-linear FIR equalizer to adjust music levels accordingly. To manipulate bass, mid-bass, mid-range, and treble response, users can shape the visualized frequency curve on their touchscreen.
The app also features optimized presets that are intended for Onkyo headphones, crafted by a selected group of industry musicians. Onkyo's HF Player is free to download from iTunes, with an in-app purchase (priced at $10) available to enable
FLAC, DSD, WAV, and AIFF playback.