updated 05:38 pm EDT, Sat June 14, 2014
New text editor features UI inspired by upcoming OS X Yosemite
An updated version of a long-standing text editor for OS X -- SubEthaEdit 4 -- has been released, featuring a new interface and the utilization of OS X sharing services. SubEthatEdit 4 continues its collaborative editing accommodations with local networks, meaning that the app does not require an Internet connection or browser to share content, however with an Internet connection one can send invites through iMessage or email. Its user interface is inspired by the upcoming OS X Yosemite, and features syntax highlighting for ActionScript, bash, C, C++, HTML and more. Also included are the standard components of a text editor one would expect, such as on demand autocomplete, a word counter function, invisible characters and more. Priced at $30, SubEthaEdit 4 can be purchased through the App Store.
Fidelity Media releases MegaSeg DJ update, featuring over 50 improvements
Fidelity Media released new versions of MegaSeg DJ and Pro radio automation software this week, offering over 50 improvements. MegaSeg DJ facilitates live mixing with visual beat syncing via Magic Trackpads, multiple outputs for headphone preview, and more. Featuring optimizations for the latest OS X release (Yosemite), MegaSeg v5.9.3 adds support for Numark's Mixtrack Edge controller, 16-channel audio devices, and improved iTunes playlist subfolders. The app now updates metadata for the "LadioCast" encoder, and additionally syncing categories via Dropbox are now supported. MegaSeg is available in DJ and Pro editions, and are priced at $100 and $200 accordingly.