Cocktail 4.4 (Tiger Edition) released as freeware
Sep 29, 2009 - Maintain today announced Cocktail 4.4 (Tiger Edition), the latest maintenance update of Cocktail for users running Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger. This versions fixes miscalleanous bugs discovered in the previous release. Cocktail (Tiger Edition) is now distributed as freeware and does not require a license. The update is strongly recommended for all users of Cocktail.
FileMaker Plug-in Newsletter Extravaganza Limited Time Offer
Sep 29, 2009 - Every month FMWebschool releases an exciting FileMaker newsletter to over 9000 FileMaker enthusiasts. This issue will be one of the most exciting yet. We have teamed up with the top FileMaker plug-in developers to bring you free plug-ins, discounted plug-ins and free developer licenses for some lucky newsletter subscribers. We also have three great sample files as well. To participate, users must subscribe before October 1st.
FMPug offers free copy of The Everything Reference 3 for FileMaker Users
Sep 29, 2009 - DnG Design & Development today announced their latest version of The Everything Reference is available for download completely free of charge. For persons who use or develop-in FileMaker, The Everything Reference provides quick, easy access to the most widely used FileMaker-based reference material. The guide offers a concatenation of the most useful, most referenced FileMaker information in a single source and is now FileMaker 10 compatible.
iBall Games Launches Pro Beach Volleyball 1.0 for iPhone and iPod touch
Sep 29, 2009 - Dallas based iBall Games of Soarion Mobile Entertainment today announces the release of Pro Beach Volleyball, a power-packed game for the iPhone and iPod touch. The game captures the energy, speed and athleticism of professional beach volleyball and is now available in Apple's iTunes Store. Pro Beach Volleyball is a condensed version of a full real-life game played by women athletes.
Developers Shift Business Model to Ride iPhone App Wave
Sep 29, 2009 - iPhoneAppQuotes today released a national survey of application developers and the results show a dramatic increase in mobile application development. Developers and entrepreneurs alike change course and thrive as iPhone app development increases. 39% average growth was experienced by most developers from adding mobile application development to their business models. 71% of respondents generate most of their sales leads through referrals.
Macvide announces VideoFlash Converter 2.9 for Mac OS X
Sep 29, 2009 - Macvide today announced VideoFlash Converter 2.9, an update to their video to Flash conversion utility for Mac OS X. VideoFlash Converter allows conversion of QuickTime compatible video files to Adobe Flash. All of the most popular formats are supported, and helps bridge the gap between many video standards. VideoFlash Converter offers an easy-to-use interface that guides the user through the conversion process. Version 2.9 includes a new web update and misc fixes.
Synium Software releases MobileFamilyTree 2 for iPhone and iPod touch
Sep 29, 2009 - Mainz based Synium Software today announced MobileFamilyTree 2, a brand new and completely rewritten update to the companion mobile version of their popular genealogy application. Version 2 introduces a plethora of new features and improvements. The application sports almost the entire database used by MacFamilyTree, the Virtual Tree, Ancestor and Descendant Charts, a Map View, the new Family Quiz and even the Media Browser.
Cramzy releases 1,400 LATIN EXPRESSIONS 1.0 for iPhone
Sep 29, 2009 - Cramzy today announces 1,400 LATIN EXPRESSIONS 1.0 for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Loaded with more than 1,400 latin quotes and expressions from ancient philosophers, this is by far the biggest latin expressions collection. All quotes and expressions are given in original latin text as well as with english translation. All expressions are contained within the database and placed on the device, so the application does not require users to have an internet connection.
BusyMac releases BusyCal 1.0 - Seamless Calendar Sharing
Sep 29, 2009 - Seattle based BusyMac today released BusyCal 1.0, their desktop calendar for Mac OS X. BusyCal allows families and small workgroups to easily and cost-effectively share calendars on a local area network and over the internet without the need for a dedicated server. BusyCal combines the calendar sharing and synchronization technology from the award winning BusySync with a beautiful interface that is instantly recognizable to iCal users, and all in one easy-to-use integrated application.