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MacLoggerDX 6.18 / 6.19 Beta 17 (Demo)
Streamlined and powerful macOS application designed to help you organize and instantly tune into any DX Cluster for both contests and casual talk

Universal Media Server 7.1.0 (GPL)
A free and open-source DNLA compliant UPnP media server that streams video, audio and image formats with very little configuration

BlockBlock Beta (Freeware)
Helps you keep an eye out for potentially harmful software that installs itself on persistent locations and get rid of it with just a few clicks

DiskCatalogMaker 7.3.1 / 7.3.2 Beta 4 (Trial)
A simple, clean and practical disc management utility especially made to help you catalog your entire disc collection with just a few clicks of a mouse button

SUNRISE Contacts 2018 2.6.0 (Freeware)
A fully-featured contacts manager that enables you to store and organize an unlimited number of entries from within a user-friendly interface

DBeaver 5.1.1 (Apache)
Database manager application for macOS that provides support for numerous database servers and comes with a built-in SQL editor.

Moneyspire 2018 18.0.37 (Demo)
Manage multiple personal accounts, keep track of your budget, set up bill reminders and import transactions from banks automatically, with this helpful tool

Polymail 2.0.6 Build 205 (Freemium)
Beautiful e-mail client for managing your e-mails and improve your productivity by scheduling or tracking emails, by marking them to be read at a later time, and so on

Backblaze (Trial)
Online backup solution focused on continuously backing up entire volumes, including the external USB drives connected to your Mac

Tresorit 3.5.1282.776 (Trial)
A light, low-key and user-friendly utility that enables you to store, share and synchronize your confidential data across multiple devices

Letterpress 4.7 (Freeware)
Word game that has you pitted against friends or random players from all over the world while allowing you to play at your own pace

Simplenote 1.3.4 (Freeware)
A practical and lightweight application specially designed to help you keep your notes organized and synchronized across multiple devices

sPlayer 1.1.101 (Shareware)
Minimalist media player that can handle popular audio, video, and image formats and can open multiple instances at the same time

Kiwi for Gmail 2.0.12 (Freeware)
Manage multiple Gmail accounts from your Mac's desktop and avoid having to use a web browser for this task, with this well-designed and easy-to-use email client

uMatrix 1.3.10 / 1.3.11b0 Beta (GPL)
Web browser add-on designed to help you take control of your online privacy by effortlessly filtering out net requests using a point and click matrix

Hotspot Shield 2.0.7 (Trial)
Application designed to protect the data you're downloading or uploading from and to various servers on the web while using insecure wireless networks

Apple TV Firmware 11.4 Build 15L577 / 11.4.1 Build 15M5071b Beta 3 / 12 Build 16J5283n Beta (Updater)
An easy to install software package that helps you update the firmware of your Apple TV device to the latest officially released version

tvOS 11.4 Build 15L577 / 11.4.1 Build 15M5071b Beta 3 / 12 Build 16J5283n Beta (Freeware)
Operating system developed for the new Apple TV models that includes a built-in App Store and creates a more immersive experience for the user

iOS (iPad Firmware) 11.4 Build 15F79 / 11.4.1 Build 15G5072a Beta 3 / 12 Build 16A5288q Beta (Freeware)
IPSW update files designed to help you effortlessly restore and / or update your iPad to the latest software version using Apple's iTunes

iOS (iPhone and iPod Firmware) 11.4 Build 15F79 / 11.4.1 Build 15G5072a Beta 3 / 12 Build 16A5288q Beta (Freeware)
Free and easy-to-use firmware update files (IPSWs) designed for quickly installing the latest iOS version on your iPhone and/or iPod device

Latest News.

YouTube Music & YouTube Premium Streaming Services Launch Today in 17 Countries
Google announced today that it is launching its recently unveiled YouTube Music and YouTube Premium music streaming services in 17 new countries, including the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom. Unveiled last month on May 17, 2018, the YouTube Music and YouTube Premium streaming services promise to rival popular music streaming services like Spotify, Tidal, and Apple Music by offering users access to official songs, albums, covers, music videos, live performances, artist radio, and YouTube’s huge catalog of remixes. As of today, Google is rolling out its YouTube Music streaming service to everyone in the United States, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, and launches it in 12 new countries, including Canada, th...

Apple Releases Third Beta of iOS 11.4.1, macOS 10.13.6, and tvOS 11.4.1 - Updated
Apple released today the third beta versions of its upcoming iOS 11.4.1 and tvOS 11.4.1 software updates for supported iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Apple TV devices. The iOS 11.4.1 beta 3 (15G5072a) and tvOS 11.4.1 beta 3 (15M5071b) builds are now available for installation on registered devices running last week's beta 2 release. Application developers with a paid and active Apple Developer account can now install the new beta versions on their devices. The only difference from last week's second beta releases is that Apple didn't update the macOS High Sierra 10.13.6 and watchOS 4.3.2 betas. Once again, the release notes remain untouched, meaning that Apple is only testing regressions from previous betas and patching security vulnerabilities. If you're an iOS or tvOS application developer running Apple's iOS 11.4...

Android Messages for Desktop Now Rolling Out Worldide as a Web-Based Service - Updated
It would appear that Google's long-anticipated Android Messages for Desktops feature that let you text from the web on your personal computer is finally rolling out to users worldwide. Google starting rolling out the promised Android Messages website to let Android users text with their friends and family directly from their computers via a web-based client, and it's currently supported on Gooogle Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Microsoft Edge, and other Chromium-based web browsers like Opera and Vivaldi. "Today and over the next week, we’ll begin rolling out Messages for web, one of our top-requested features that lets you send and receive texts from your computer. To get started, select “Messages for web” in the menu of your Messages mobile app. On Messages for web, you can send stickers, emoji, and attach images in addition to sending text," said Sanaz Ahari, Product Management Director. To get started with Android Me...

Watch: First Successful iOS 12 Jailbreak Demoed on Apple's iPhone X
The iOS jailbreak scene isn't what it used to be a few years ago, but hackers are still trying to exploit bugs in Apple's mobile operating system for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices in an attempt to release an untethered jailbreak of the latest iOS version. While there isn't and probably won't be an untethered, public jailbreak released for Apple's latest iOS 11.4 mobile operating system, it would appear that Liang Chen of the Tencent Keen Lab managed to exploit some vulnerabilities found in the first beta of Apple's upcoming iOS 12 operating system to demo the first iOS 12 jailbreak. The jailbreak, which you can see in action by watching the video attached at the end of the article, was achieved on an iPhone X smartphone. It appears to use a kernel exploit found in the iOS 12 beta 1 release, and it even supports Cydia third-party package managed created by Jay Freeman. Final iOS 12 release will most probably patch the exploit It's not a str...

Google to Revamp the System Tray Menu in Chrome OS, Here's What It'll Look Like
Chromium evangelist at Google François Beaufort announced today that the Chrome OS team is working on a fresh new design for the system menu of the Chromebook operating system. Google's Chrome OS Linux-powered operating system keeps growing and growing, receiving all sorts of neat features to make our Chromebook experienced more and more productive and enjoyable, especially if we're using Android-powered mobile devices. The most recent thing that will land soon in an upcoming Chrome OS release is a redesigned system tray menu made to be a lot more accessible to users on touch devices, as well as to those that are used to Google's Android mobile operating system. "Chrome OS system menu is getting a fresh new design in Canary channel that will please especially users on touch devices that are used to Android," Fran...

Gentoo-Based Porteus Kiosk 4.7 Brings More Mitigations Against Spectre Flaws
Porteus Linux developer Tomasz Jokiel announced today the release and general availability of the Porteus Kiosk 4.7.0 Gentoo-based operating system designed for public access computers. Powered by the long-term supported Linux 4.14.50 kernel, Porteus Kiosk 4.7.0 is the second release of the operating system in 2018 and comes five months after version 4.6 to introduce more mitigations against the Spectre security vulnerabilities, though the next-gen Spectre flaws require microcode firmware updates for Intel CPUs. "Newly discovered "Spectre Next Generation" vulnerabilities require updated microcode from Intel which is not available yet. Please consider enabling automatic updates service for your kiosks to receive latest fixes and patches as soon as they become available," reads today's announcement. Here's what's new in Porteus Kiosk 4.7.0 Highlights of the Porteus Kiosk 4.7.0 release include ...

Linspire 8 Enters Development Based on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, Freespire 3.0.9 Is Out
After kicking off the development of Linspire 8.0, Roberto J. Dohnert informs Softpedia today on the general availability of the Freespire 3.0.9 Linux-based operating system. Freespire 3.0.9 is a small incremental update of the free and open-source GNU/Linux distribution that includes all the latest security and software updates released upstream until June 11, 2018. It also introduces new light and dark modes, a full instance of the Calligra office suite, and replaces Mozilla Thunderbird with Kontact. The developers recommend all users running the Freespire 3.0 operating system series on their personal computers to run a system-wide update if they want to upgrade to Freespire 3.0.9 and receive all the latest changes. On the other hand, new users are encouraged to download the Freespire 3.0.9 ISO image. Linspire 8.0 "Albacore" Alpha 1 debuts based on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS ...

Apple's HomePod Smart Speaker Goes on Sale in Canada, France, and Germany
As of today, June 18, 2018, Apple's HomePod smart speaker is available for purchase in Canada, France, and Germany through the online store or local Apple Stores and Apple Authorized Retailers. Announced last year on June 5, during the keynote presentation of Apple's WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference) developer conference, the HomePod smart speaker started shipping in the United States in early February 2018. Powered by the Siri voice assistant, HomePod can be used as both a speaker and digital assistant for controlling your smart house. It's fully compatible with HomeKit accessories, which means that you can use your HomePod to control all your IoT devices. Now available in France, Germany, and Canada Now, you can purchase and use a HomePod smart speaker in France and Germany, as well as in...

Total War: WARHAMMER II Is Coming to Linux & macOS, Ported by Feral Interactive
If you dreamed of playing the Total War: WARHAMMER II turn-based strategy and real-time tactics video game on your Linux or Mac computer, we have some good news today as Feral Interactive announced it would port it to both platforms later this year. Part of the amazing Total War strategy game series, Total War: WARHAMMER II is developed by Creative Assembly and published by Sega. It's the sequel to critically acclaimed Total War: WARHAMMER video game released two years ago on 24 May, 2016, which UK-based video games published Feral Interactive already ported to the Linux and macOS platforms in November 2016. "The spectacular Total War: WARHAMMER trilogy continues on macOS and Linux later this year with the release of WARHAMMER II, a strategy game of titanic proportions," said Feral Interactive in today's announcement. "Wage war as the Dark Elves, High Elves, Lizardmen or Skaven and mount a campaign of conqu...

Apple's iOS 12 to Automatically Share Your Location During 911 Calls in the US
This fall you'll want to update your iPhone to Apple's forthcoming iOS 12 mobile operating system if you live in the United States, as it will securely and automatically share your location with first responders during 911 emergency calls. Now that more than 80 percent of 911 emergency calls come from mobile devices, Apple believes it's wise to enable automatic location sharing in its iOS mobile operating system starting later this year after the release of iOS 12, which the company announced earlier this month during the WWDC 2018 developer conference. "Communities rely on 911 centers in an emergency, and we believe they should have the best available technology at their disposal," said Apple’s CEO Tim Cook in a press announcement published today. "When every moment counts, these tools will help first responders reach our customers when they most need assistance." iOS 12 to use Apple's HELO (Hybridized Emergency Location) for sharing location data