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Briefly: Tweetbot for Twitter 1.6, Dazzle hard drive cleaner released

updated 09:15 pm EDT, Wed July 2, 2014

Tweetbot for Twitter updated, adds support for Instagram videos

Twitter client app Tweetbot has received an update for its OS X version, offering additional support for feed content viewing. The client allows users to view multiple timelines and windows, accommodates additional app integrations, and more. As is available for the iOS version, support for viewing and posting multiple Twitter images has been added --though the feature will not show up in search or streaming timelines until Twitter enables it in the future. Instagram videos are now marked with a play icon. Priced at $20, Tweetbot for Twitter requires OS X 10.7.4 or later to run.



Dazzle hard drive cleaner released

Kallaxa has announced the release of Dazzle 1.0, a secure hard drive management and cleaning app. Users can determine which files are unnecessary to keep, with customized configurations for clean-up and searches available. Dazzle can list installed apps that are no longer compatible with one's computer, and plug-ins can be disabled to save resources. Clean-ups can be automated, featuring prompts to delete suggested files and applications, and many other utility functions regarding hard drive efficiency. Price at $30, a free trial is also available.




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