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Briefly: Vimeo iOS app updated, Cocktail 6.9 released

updated 12:05 am EDT, Sat May 10, 2014

Vimeo app revises its over-all design

Video streaming platform Vimeo has received an update for its iOS version, released today. Vimeo allows users to view and upload video content, including HD playback with no ads before, after or on top of the videos. The latest version of Vimeo features an overall new look and feel, with streamlined menus and more lightweight design. Quick access to preferred videos, feeds, likes and a Watch Later queue is also included, and user profiles can be further personalized. Vimeo is free to download, and requires iOS 7.0 or later to run.



Cocktail 6.9 for Mountain Lion 10.8 released, adds Retina support

Cocktail, a general purpose utility for OS X, has released an update for its Mountain Lion Edition. Allowing users to clean, repair and optimize functions on one's Mac, Cocktail v.6.9 is a maintenance update that features improved launch time, adds Retina support, and sees improvements on the "Clear kernel caches" procedure. The software's uninstaller and Automator actions have also been updated. Priced at $20 for a single-user license and, and $40 for a family license (for up to five computers), Cocktail 6.9 Mountain Lion Edition requires OS X 10.8.x to run. Editions for Mavericks and Lion OS X are also available.




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