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NetSpot - The only Native Wireless Site Survey Software for Mac
NetSpot 1.0, the totally new network-related Mac application hits the market with its first public free beta version. The team behind the project claims it's the first software of this class to ever become available to regular users and to be delivered exclusively for Mac.
Vitamin-R 1.67 refines distraction elimination features
publicspace today is pleased to announce version 1.67 of Vitamin-R, its productivity tool designed to let you recapture the lost art of joyful concentration. Vitamin-R uses the latest insights from neuroscience to overcome procrastination, retain focus and maintain motivation.
Tumult Hype 1.0.4 - Trial Version Available
Tumult, Inc. today is pleased to announce the availability of a trial version of its HTML5 animation builder for Mac OS X, Tumult Hype 1.0.4. HTML5 has been widely lauded as the future of the web due to its performance, accessibility, and ability to run on smartphones.
TappyTaps releases Bubbling Math 1.0 - Math Education Game for Mac OS X
User Reviews Bubbling Math Developer: TappyTaps s.r.o. Price: $1.99 Download on the App Store
TappyTaps have just released its new product - an education game 'Bubbling Math 1.0' for Mac OS X.
TimingApp Helps Mac Users Know Where The Time Goes
TimingApp 1.0.1, an automatic time logging solution for Mac OS X, is now available in the Mac App Store from EUROCOMP. TimingApp shows where the time spent on the Mac has gone - completely automatically.
Mac App Store Opens with 1,000 Apps and 1M Downloads
This morning, Apple announced the stats for the Mac App Store's opening day—drum roll please—over one million apps were downloaded in the first day.
“We’re amazed at the incredible response the Mac App Store is getting,” said Steve Jobs, Apple’s CEO.
Unforgettable iTunes Announcement on the Way from Apple
Apple posted an early-morning message on Monday teasing consumers with the promise of something new to come for the iTunes Store.
"Tomorrow is just another day. That you'll never forget," reads the message on Apple's home page. "Check back here tomorrow for an exciting announcement from iTunes.
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