November 23, 2012 in Mac OSX
[prMac.com] Tortola, British Virgin Islands - Magican Software announces today that it has released the wide popular Magican 1.3.0 to deliver a more comprehensive and deeper system cleaning, optimization and protection experience. Magican 1.3.0 is available as a free download from Magican Software online and other partner sites. Magican has already garnered more than 500,000 downloads.
"Magican is a free doctor for your Mac. The freeware uses a one-click approach to help clean, optimize and protect your Mac," said Jason Miller, CEO of Magican Software Ltd. "Magican 1.3.0 is a must-have utility for Mac users."
Magican 1.3.0 introduces a new Advanced software centre. The UI of Magican software centre has been rewritten to have more simplified and attractive display. It allows Mac users to update apps that are not from the Mac App Store, check detailed update information, ignore available updates, manage installed apps, and update apps with just one-click.
Magican 1.3.0 also includes a new Recommendation Window, where users can quickly and easily access Facebook and Twitter, recommend Magican to their family or friends and even suggest new features for Magican. The new version of Magican is now available in both French and Spanish localization.
Pricing and Availability:
Magican is 100% freeware designed for OS X 10.6 or later. For more information on Magican, please visit Magican Software online.
Founded in 2010, Magican Software Ltd is an independent Mac software developing and delivering company. It was established by several passionate Mac fans, who are focused on providing end-users with the most innovative and comprehensive system utilities and security software to enable the best Mac performance, and security available. Magican is a combination of the two words, 'magic' and 'can', which in hope that Magican will Make Mac Magic (Also known as 3M strategies) with innovating and developing skills. Copyright (C) 2012 Magican Software Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Mac OS X and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.