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MacUpdate Promo Hits All Milestones, Ends Tuesday

MacUpdate Promo Hits All Milestones, Ends Tuesday

E1491508-024D-4389-97CF-1920F08D3E55.jpgThe MacUpdate Promotional Bundle has hit all its sales milestones and every application has been unlocked. The bundle, worth just under $500.00 retail, includes Parallels Desktop and is available for US$64.99 until Tuesday, April 29th at midnight, PDT.

(Via macobserver.)

Safari 3.1.1 – Get it while it’s HOT!

Safari 3.1.1 released
EF724A03-C9D9-423F-95C2-0ECE5FB793AC.jpgSafari 3.1.1 is now available for both Windows and OS X. According to Apple, this update “includes improvements to stability, compatibility and security.”

On the security front, this security bulletin outlines the changes. It appears as if a vulnerability existed that could allow malicious sites to spoof URL headers or execute arbitrary code. There are two issues that specifically affect the Windows version of Safari, so users on both platforms should be sure to update.
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(Via The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW).)

MacUpdate Bundle – 9 Apps $64.99

Picture 4.pngMacUpdate has partnered with 10 Mac developers to bring you the MacUpdate Parallels bundle. You can buy this bundle for $64.99 instead of $474.76, a savings of over $409 (when all 10 apps are unlocked). This bundle is time limited.

DVDRemaster Pro – recompress DVDs for use on the iPod, iPhone and Apple TV
StoryMill – creative writing tool to outline, write and publish a novel
Hazel – create rules to automatically sort and organize your files
Art Text – create high quality headings, logos, banners, buttons
MenuCalendarClock – iCal compatible menu-bar calendar.
Leap – advanced file browsing and tagging
Typinator – type common phrases and pictures
Sound Studio* – record and edit audio
BannerZest* – create animated Flash banners
Parallels 3.0* – PC virtualization software for Intel Macs. Run Windows in Mac OS X.

Buy the bundle for $64.99

Keep track of your software serial numbers

81C74267-6642-4018-952E-04078A345FBF.jpgA new application, Licensed 1.0, has been released aimed at helping users keep track of their software serial numbers.

The developer said that every effort was made to make the process of keeping track of your licenses as painless as possible. Features like the ability to drag and drop applications on Licensed will fill out the basic information for you.

The application also has a built-in list of default vendors to help in entering your serial numbers.

Licensed 1.0 is a free download from the developer’s Web site

{Via MacWorld}

AppFresh Keeps Your Applications Up To Date

AppFresh – Keep Your Applications Up To Date
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I have been using AppFresh for over a year now and I love it! So when I saw this article on Cool OSX Apps I had to pass it along…

AppFresh 0.71 is an excellent free utility for OS X that keeps all your Mac applications up to date, by checking the internet for new releases. It provides one central place to keep your applications, preference panes, widgets and application plugins that you have installed on your Mac up to date. It works with Tiger and Leopard.

Note: This is a development preview release.

FEATURES

Apple Updates,
Sparkle Updates,
Microsoft And Adobe Updates,
Updates Widgets, Prefpanes And Plugins
Snapshots Your Current Application Data
Download And Install New Versions
Much More

(Via Cool OSX Apps.)

MacHeist bundle now available, if you haven’t heard.

MacHeist retail bundle now available

1E7082A4-D475-4097-9B59-127FBDC5160A.jpgToday MacHeist revealed their newest bundle of software for sale. This new software bundle is being billed as “12 Top Mac Apps” and includes the following pieces of software:

  • Awaken
  • Cha-Ching
  • CoverSutra
  • DEVONthink Personal
  • iClip
  • Overflow
  • Wallet
  • WriteRoom
  • XSlimmer
  • Enigmo
  • Bugdom 2
  • Nanosaur 2

The bundle remains the same $49 (US) price and is now on sale through the end of the month online. Macheist also has plans to release the bundle as a boxed version in stores later this year.

[via MacHeist Forums]

(Via (TUAW).)

The most popular mobile browser in US – Safari

Safari: most popular mobile browser in US

C9DA0DE3-4F87-4325-BFCF-3DD24B5B51CB.jpgStatCounter today revealed that Safari is the most popular web browser in use in the United States, surpassing Windows Mobile, Palm, and Opera by a wide margin. According to Yahoo, Safari occupies 0.23 percent of US web traffic, with Nokia devices coming in at around 0.08 percent.

(Via MacNN | The Macintosh News Network.)

Apple Updates: Notebooks, Keyboard, and iMac

Apple Releases Firmware Updates for Notebooks, Keyboard, and iMac

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Apple released EFI Firmware Updates for the MacBook, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air and iMac today. The firmware update descriptions are predictably short:
This update fixes several issues to improve the stability of [MacBook Air. Macbook, MacBook Pro, iMac] computers.

Users should note that while the EFI Firmware upgrades are downloaded by Software Update, they are not installed automatically. Instead, the updater is downloaded to Applications/Utilities and must be manually launched in order to update the firmware. Updating the firmware requires the computer to be shut down and it is installed on the next boot. Follow the included instructions carefully.

Apple also issued an Aluminum Keyboard firmware update:
This firmware update addresses an issue with the aluminum Apple Keyboard and the aluminum Apple Wireless Keyboard where a key may repeat unexpectedly while typing.

The updates can be found in your Mac OS X software update.

(Via MacRumors.)

Looking for an FTP that goes with the Flow?

Flow goes 1.0

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Flow, a pleasant FTP client for the Mac, has definitely come a long way since we last took a look at it (so very long ago). Flow just hit version 1.0, and here are some of the new features:

  • QuickLook
  • Built-in editor
  • FTP, SFTP, WebDAV, .Mac, and local FTP
  • Droplets to upload quickly

Flow is designed specifically for Mac OS X Leopard (version 10.5). Flow costs just $29; you can also download a free 15-day trial version then buy a license. I am an adamant Transmit/Panic addict; however, Flow has such a great Aqua-licious UI and feature list, that I may make the jump (sorry Panic guys).

(Via The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW).)

Free FTP Utility For OS X – Cyberduck – quack!

Cyberduck – Free FTP/SFTP Utility For OS X

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2.8.5 is an excellent free FTP/SFTP application for OS X. It includes support for external editors such as BBEdit, TextWrangler, Smultron, CSSEdit, TextMate, Tag and skEdit.

(Via Cool OSX Apps.)