September 21, 2010 in Mac OSX (E)
[prMac.com] Birmingham, United Kingdom - Kapeli today is pleased to announce the release and immediate availability of moveAddict 2.0, an update to the Mac OS X app that brings one highly requested feature to Mac's Finder: the capability to cut and paste files and merge folders.
Even from its launch day, moveAddict has been very popular with Mac OS X users that wanted the ability to cut and paste files in the Finder. Recent Microsoft Windows switchers, veteran Mac users or VoiceOver users were relieved to find out that an application that provides this functionality was finally released.
moveAddict has now been completely rewritten in order to accommodate the feature requests of its users and to make it faster and more lightweight than before. The Finder is now used to move the files, which means that users will see the usual Finder progress indicator dialog while transferring files, as well as be able to undo and stop transfers. The bulky alert dialogs that moveAddict used to display were replaced with slimmer, Finder-like alerts. This gives moveAddict a Finder look and feel, which increases usability and helps users integrate moveAddict into their workflow.
moveAddict's preferences window has been redesigned and moveAddict is now easier to configure and set up. Other popular feature requests were also implemented, like the ability to merge folders without deleting the original or the ability to initiate more than one move at a time. moveAddict does not modify any system files and does not have any performance impact on the system.
* Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard
Pricing and Availability:
moveAddict may be purchased for $7.99 (USD). The free version allows moving one file or folder at a time and is otherwise unrestricted.
Kapeli is a one-man software project ran by Bogdan Popescu, a Software Engineering student at Birmingham University. Kapeli has a simple goal: to solve some of the most common problems users encounter on Mac OS X. Copyright (C) 2010 Kapeli. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, the Finder and OS X are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.