Portland-based Dejal Systems, LLC today announced Simon version 4.3, the essential server monitoring tool for macOS. Simon checks web pages, FTP and DNS servers, local or remote ports or volumes, and many other kinds of services for changes or failures. HTML reports enable remote viewing of a summary and/or details of Simon monitoring. This upgrade includes Mojave dark mode support and compatibility, a new meta refresh option, and much more.
Munich based Pomfort today announced the immediate availability of the Silverstack Offload Manager. The Silverstack Offload Manager is based on the proven Silverstack copy and verification technology, and enables a secure, transparent, and easy handling of camera backups. It supports all kind of camera formats including RAW sequences, as well as photos, sound files, and other production documents. This gives the user full flexibility to work in any kind of production environment.
ABBYY today released the iOS 12-powered updates for its productivity applications FineScanner and TextGrabber. Leveraging the functionality of the mobile operating system, ABBYY has added the support of Siri Shortcuts, one of the most exciting new features of Apple's AI assistant Siri. With Siri Shortcuts, users can assign custom voice commands to documents saved in FineScanner so that they can quickly access them when needed.
Nevada based developer, WET Productions Inc. today introduces My Virtual Girlfriend AR, an augmented reality dating simulation game for IOS devices. My Virtual Girlfriend AR features thousands of girls to choose from and date, each with unique personalities and appearances. The goal of the game is to charm your way into the heart of your virtual date and eventually get her to fall in love with you. It combines both humor and light romance for a unique gaming experience.
Florida based Tropical Software today announces TopXNotes 1.8.7, an update to their award-winning, full-featured personal information manager for macOS. Create, view, organize, and instantly access your Mac notes with TopXNotes. Version 1.8.7, our most stable, easiest-to-use version of TopXNotes, with a few new features, performance enhancements and bug fixes is being offered at a huge discount as a Back-to-School special.
MacXDVD Software today releases MacX MediaTrans 5.6, an important feature update to their popular multimedia solution for Mac and Windows. MediaTrans brings you a fast way to backup and transfer iOS data, including photos, music, videos, ringtone, iBook, Voice Memo, iTunes U, Podcast, and more. You can even import/export iTunes purchases and make them accessible to non-Apple devices. Version 5.6 fully supports Apple's newly launched iOS 12 and more.
Longtime software development company, Ergonis Software today released Typinator 7.7, PopChar X 8.4, and KeyCue 9.1 and makes all their productivity utilities compatible with macOS Mojave, including support for Dark Mode. Since Mojave contains some substantial changes under the hood, you should upgrade to Typinator 7.7, PopChar 8.4, and KeyCue 9.1 before switching to Mojave in order to avoid compatibility issues and to ensure a seamless transition to Mojave.
iMobie Inc. today announces AnyTrans 7.0.0, an important update to their top-notch iPhone manager for Mac and Windows. AnyTrans excels in mobile content management with bi-directional transfer across multiple devices. Just in time to make a seamless transition to iPhone Xs/Xs Max/XR, now users can get a simpler solution from iPhone to iPhone, and Android to iPhone. Users can freely select and move only what they need from any devices to the target one.
Denver-based St. Clair Software releases Default Folder X 5.3 today, an update to their award-winning utility for macOS. Default Folder X enhances the file dialogs in all macOS applications. It provides fast navigation to your files, convenient previews, integrated Spotlight tagging, and more. Default Folder X's custom keyboard shortcuts put your favorite and recent folders at your fingertips. Version 5.3 fully supports Mojave and enhances how it tracks recently used files.
Version 3.1.1 of the iNutrients (no connection required) app by independent developer James Hollender contains the entire USDA National Nutrient Database for: Calories, Carbohydrates, Dietary Cholesterol, Fiber, Potassium, Proteins, Saturated Fat, Sodium, Sugars and Vitamin K. The database now includes 8,789 different foods and 15,438 food servings. Even with this large quantity it may still not be enough so users can add their own Custom Foods.