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Latest Mac Software.


Twproject 6.1 Build 61004 (Trial)
Easily handle large projects by coordinating multiple team members in a web-based environment, with this powerful and intuitive application

TunesKit for Mac 3.0.2.19 (Demo)
A lightweight yet powerful application that enables you to remove the DRM protection from your purchased and rented iTunes movies and TV shows

TextSoap 8.0.9 Build 2097 / 8.1 Build 2109 Beta 12 (Demo)
Easy to use Mac OS X utility that offers you the possibility to quickly clean your text by removing unnecessary paragraphs, tabs, and so on.

Dolphin 5.0 / 5.0-321 Dev (GPL)
A free and very useful application designed to act as a GameCube or Wii emulator and to bring the console gaming experience to your desktop

Mono 4.4.1 / 4.4.2.11 RC 3 (MIT License)
A free and open source implementation of Microsoft's NET Framework that complies to the ECMA standards for the C# and the Common Language Runtime

RubyMine 2016.2 Build 162.1236.17 / 2016.2.1 Build 162.1447.23 RC (Trial)
A powerful and intuitive IDE for Ruby and Ruby on Rails that features smart code completion, on-the-fly code analysis and refactoring support

Instant JChem 16.7.25.0 (Trial)
Create, visualize and share chemical and non-chemical data, using local or remote databases, with the help of this comprehensive application

CloudBerry Backup 1.8.2.83 (Trial)
Backup scheduler that can connect to Amazon S3 servers and offers you the possibility to automatically upload content and compress the data

Telegram 2.18 Build 48803 / 2.19 Build 48872 Beta (Freeware)
Simple and easy to use, yet powerful messaging app that makes it simple to chat with your friends and family in a secure and private environment

Typinator 6.9 / 6.10 Beta 5 (Demo)
A handy and useful application capable to improve your productivity and eliminate errors by automating the process of inserting frequently used text and graphics

Typora 0.9.9.6.2 Beta (Freeware)
Makes Markdown editing tasks seem like a walk in the part by providing you with all the necessary tools and a well organized environment

Ouistee 2.3.3 (Demo)
A free and easy-to-use utility that helps users to easily and effortlessly create collections of various items such as DVDs, books, recipes and more

HoudahGeo 5.0.9 Build 13191 (Demo)
An efficient solution for quickly adding geo location information to your photos by extracting it from track logs or GPS files, or by adding the coordinates manually.

Meteor 1.4.0.1 (MIT License)
An open source and free web Framework build from the get go to make your life easier by enabling you to build top-quality web apps

Seafile 5.1.4 (Freeware)
User-friendly file synchronization and collaboration solution that can prove to be very useful if you are working on projects with your entire team

WebKit R203906 (Freeware)
A powerful, open source web browser engine that can be used by developers to easily design and build native and cross-platform browsers.

IDrive [DISCOUNT: 79% OFF!] 3.4.0.19 (Demo)
Effortlessly schedule automated online backups for your documents and also recover your deleted files with the help of this user-friendly application

MediaConch 16.07 (GPL)
Open source conformance checking software for audio visual files developed for memory institution that comes with a user-friendly GUI, a CLI, and a web console

AstroGrav 3.3.3 (Trial)
User friendly astronomy application for Mac OS X that can simulate the movement of planets and asteroids, and allows you to observe the interaction of different objects.

Doppel 1.4 Build 173 (Trial)
Quickly scans folders for duplicates and helps you regain your disk space by readily removing the unnecessary files, regardless of their type


Latest News.

Samsung Galaxy On5 (2016) Passes Through the FCC
Samsung is currently working on other smartphones, aside from its Galaxy Note 7, set to unveil on August 2 during the Unpacked 2016 event in New York City. Samsung is also preparing to release the a modified variant of the Galaxy On5, which has just recently passed through the FCC, according to SamMobile. The Galaxy On5 (2016) was recently spotted at the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC), which means that it could be launched sooner than later. The smartphone was recently spotted on Zauba and on Geekbench, where some specs of the device were revealed. The data from Zauba shows that Samsung imported several units of the SM-G5700 into India for testing and evaluation. The Galaxy On5 has the model number SM-G550, which makes it very likely that ...

Honor Note 8 Leaks in Images Just Days Before its Unveiling
Huawei is preparing to launch another device in the Honor series, a phablet that could have an impressive 6.6-inch 2k display and 4GB of RAM. The phablet just recently appeared at TENAA and the rumored release date seems to be August 1. The latest information shows that press renders of the upcoming Honor Note 8 surfaced online over at Android Pure. The images were leaked on Chinese social network Weibo and they show that the phablet will come with a fingerprint scanner and rounded edges. The display seems to be bezel less and curved at the top. In addition, the leak confirmed that the device would come with a 6.6-inch 2k display with a pixel density of 443 ppi. The display is Super AMOLED with 105% NTSC color gamut and 70000:1 contrast ratio, according to the post. Honor Note 8 could come with 4GB of RAM and Kirin 955 Recent r...

Lenovo Vibe P2 With 5.5-Inch 1080p AMOLED Display Leaks in Images
Back in September last year, Lenovo introduced the Vibe P1 during IFA event. The smartphone came with an impressive 5,000mAh battery and some other powerful specs. Now it seems that Lenovo is working on its successor, which has leaked in images. Two live images with the Lenovo Vibe P2 leaked online, showing the smartphone's design, according to GSMArena. The leak also comes with some details on the phone's specs, specifically that it will come with a 5.5-inch AMOLED display with 1080p resolution. In addition, the size and resolution seem to be the same as for its predecessor, the Vibe P1, with the exception that the Vibe P2 might come with AMOLED display and not LCD panels. The Vibe P2 will be made out of metal and will have a 2.5D curved glass on top of the display. Lenovo Vibe P2 could come with a 5,000mAh battery

Microsoft Releases Update for the Best Email Client on iPhones
If Apple’s built-in iOS email client isn’t exactly what you were hoping for and you want a different app to help you with your Gmail, Exchange, or IMAP accounts, then the chances are that you discovered Microsoft’s Outlook, as this is currently one of the best apps of its kind on iPhone and iPad. And because so many people are using it, Microsoft keeps improving Outlook for iOS on a frequent basis, and recently the company has rolled out version 2.4.2. The new version of Microsoft Outlook comes with better event management, so it doesn’t necessarily change the way you receive emails, but rather the calendar feature. Microsoft says that, after the update, you can create new events more easily than before because you can simply start tying the first letters of your desired location, and suggestions will be offered to complete the field quicker. Furthermore,...

First Windows 10 Redstone 2 Build Shows Up Online, Public Release in August
We’re only a few days away from the moment when Microsoft officially kicks off the rollout of the Windows 10 Anniversary Update for retail users, but in the meantime, the Windows team is also working on the first builds of Redstone 2. The Anniversary Update is also referred to as Redstone 1, so the second Redstone update is what comes next, with sources claiming that the public debut will take place in the spring. Microsoft, however, is ready to start work on it in August, and the first builds are likely to be released to insiders soon after the debut of the Anniversary Update. No major changes despite build number bump And according to BuildFeed, the first Windows 10 Redstone 2 build 14894 was already compiled on July 27, and Microsoft is testing it internally. For the moment, however, nobody can tell for sure whether the exact same build will be released to insiders...

Internal Android Nougat Build Rolled Out to Nexus 6P User
According to recent news, Google is expected to publicly roll out Android Nougat 7.0 next month, while the final Android Nougat Developer Preview was already released earlier this month. However, it seems that a Nexus 6P user received an internal Android Nougat build somehow. A post on Reddit (via 9to5Google) reveals that user brianmoyano removed his Nexus 6P smartphone from the Android Beta Program, because of battery issues. This would have meant that the user was set to receive a back update to Marshmallow. Instead, he receive a confidential internal OTA with an updated build of Android Nougat 7.0. The Android Nougat Developer Preview 5 had the version number NPD90G and this internal version is NRD90M. The user took screenshots which reveal that the OTA was confidential and internal only. The ...

Microsoft Continues Windows Phone Cuts, Lays Off 2,850 More Employees
Microsoft has fired thousands of employees after buying Nokia’s Devices and Services unit, in an attempt to restructure the company and streamline work in the phone unit, but it turns out that more layoffs are taking place these days, in addition to those announced earlier this year. Microsoft revealed in May that 1,850 people would be let go from its phone unit, but according to The Register, an additional 2,850 smartphone and sales workers are also being laid off. The job cut was announced by Microsoft in a 10-K report to the SEC in which it confirms that a new round of layoffs is expected to be completed by the end of June 2017. “In addition to the elimination of 1,850 positions that were announced in May 2016, approximately 2,850 roles globally will be reduced during the year as an extension of the earlier plan, and these actions are expected to be completed by the end of fiscal year...

Waze Beta Reminds Parents Not to Forget Children in the Car
Waze is definitely the world's largest community-based traffic and navigation app, with lots of features and tools for users to find their way and reach destinations faster. The app has expanded massively since its initial release, with new features added in each update. However, the latest feature is unusual, to say the least. Waze seems to think that its users might have trouble remembering things and might forget different objects and even people in the car, more specifically, kids. These things do happen from time to time, but Waze believes that this problem could potentially affect millions of its users since it has introduced a new feature that will provide notifications so that parents won't forget their kids in the car. The new feature in beta version has been spotted by Geektime. Still, the feature is quite useful as it can help parent...

Microsoft Announces Surprises for Users Who’ll Help Build Windows 10 Redstone 2
The Windows Insider program that invites users around the world to test new Windows 10 builds before they are released to the public is working like a charm, so Microsoft sees absolutely no reason to shut it down, although work on the Anniversary Update is complete. Microsoft wants to continue the Insider program for the development of Windows 10 Redstone 2 too, and in order to help the community grow, the company is preparing some special events to bring insiders closer together. Dona Sarkar, head of the Windows Insider program, has revealed that Microsoft wants insiders to meet in person on several occasions, so the number of events that will put them in the spotlight will increase in the coming months. “We’re going to continue to invest in opportunities to meet with Insiders in person and grow the program to inclu...

Microsoft Will Soon Start Rolling Out Windows 10 Redstone 2 Preview Builds
Microsoft is expected to release the Windows 10 Anniversary Update on August 2, so the company is close to completing work on one of the most important updates for the operating system launched last year in July. The Anniversary Update was built from the very beginning with help from insiders, who downloaded, installed and thoroughly tested every new build, providing feedback and suggestions that in the end allowed the company to find the best way a certain feature should work. And because everything went so smoothly, Microsoft is now planning to continue releasing insider builds for the next Windows 10 update, which, according to people with knowledge of the plans, should land in spring 2017. First RS2 builds are now being compiled internally The Anniversary Update is often referred to as the first wave of Redstone, or Redstone 1 (RS1), so it’s just the first part of a bigger update that should land on Windows 10 devices. The second update is no...