Zevrix Solutions announces Output Factory 2.4.36, a compatibility update to company's output automation solution for Adobe InDesign. Output Factory solves the problem of time-consuming InDesign production workflows through automation of printing, exporting, preflighting and other repetitive tasks. The app offers batch processing, layer versioning, variable file names, FTP uploads, custom scripts and much more. The new version makes Output Factory compatible with the forthcoming macOS 11 Big Sur.
California based WaterField Designs introduces the sleek, custom-sized Cycling iPhone Wallet in rugged black ballistic nylon and premium full-grain leather. Whether carried on hi speed cycling excursions or on leisurely bike rides, the Cycling iPhone Wallet protects an iPhone and wallet contents in a streamlined case that is so comfortable, it virtually disappears inside a cycling jersey pocket. Two sizes fit larger and smaller iPhones and slim cycling jersey pockets.
Independent developer Mike Clay announces the public release of PlayTally, a new app that allows users to explore their Apple Music listening history, stats and trends. Users can track their Apple Music listening history play by play, watch their top songs and artists trend in real-time, and earn awards as they listen more and grow their library. PlayTally creates its own time-stamped playback records using the background tasks API introduced in iOS 13.
CS Odessa today releases ConceptDraw OFFICE, an important update to their business-productivity software for macOS and Windows. ConceptDraw OFFICE provides business professionals, knowledge workers, consultants, and project managers with a major update to the software suite that extends the capabilities of each of its components. Version 7 boasts new and improved versions of every aspect of the OFFICE suite, including tools for diagramming, mind mapping, and project management.
Zevrix Solutions announces the release of LinkOptimizer Server, a hot folder version of company's image workflow solution for Adobe InDesign. LinkOptimizer automates complex image manipulation tasks and allows users to reduce the size of InDesign links, convert images, optimize resolution and more. The new server version can serve unlimited users via hot folders on a network and combine LinkOptimizer processing with standard output targets such as PDF, print, EPUB and other formats.
Virginia based CleverFiles today announces Disk Drill for Mac version 4, its full-featured data recovery solution for macOS. Disk Drill boasts a robust set of file recovery tools that can undelete files from almost any device (including data extraction from devices with the T2 encryption chip), offering iOS 14 and Android Recovery, macOS Big Sur support. In addition to well-known recovery and protection algorithms, the release of version 4 is powered by free features like Data Shredder and more.
National Geographic Al Arabiya has published its 10th anniversary edition this month on Magzter, the World's largest digital reading destination. Published since October 2010 by Abu Dhabi Media, National Geographic Al Arabiya covers a range of topics that include geography, archeology, natural science, wildlife, astronomy, history, culture and adventure, and promotes environmental and historical conservation, alongside award-winning and historical photographs.
Micro.blog released version 2.0 of its blogging and social engagement platform. The new version has redesigned the interface to make it easier to edit posts, create new pages, upload files, and customize themes. The new version also adds bookmark archiving and highlights to Micro.blog Premium. When a post or web page is bookmarked, Micro.blog downloads a copy of the post to read later. The post's text can be highlighted and can easily be converted into quoted text when composing new a new post.
Lickability today releases Buildwatch for Xcode, its new developer tool for macOS. Buildwatch is a menu bar app that lets developers keep an eye on their Xcode compile times throughout the day. It gives developers more insight into how their time and resources are being used throughout the app development process, and serves to help them make decisions about equipment and fix bottlenecks. Clicking the watch icon in the menu bar reveals a graph that breaks down your hour, day, or week and more.