November 6, 2009 in Utilities (E)
[prMac.com] Milan, Italy - Infinite Labs, Mac and iPhone developer, unveiled today their winter line-up by releasing Mover 3.0, an update to the critically acclaimed iPhone data transfer app with style, and a new version of their popular Afloat system extender that works on Mac OS X 10.6 "Snow Leopard".
Mover 3.0 is an update to the critically acclaimed and popular Mover application for iPhone, which allows users to move data such as photos and contacts between nearby iPhones with a flick of the finger, as seen in recent Apple iPhone TV ads. This new update has been rewritten from the ground up to ensure higher speed, better reliability and new features:
* Video sharing: videos taken with the iPhone 3GS camera can now be shared with just a flick. Videos require a iPhone 3GS to be sent the first time, but any iPhone and iPod touch that receives a video can resend it, or download it back to their computer by synchronizing their iPhone's camera roll.
* VoiceOver support is now available, allowing sight-impaired users to enjoy the application.
Mover 3.0 is available in two variants: Mover+, available on App Store for $1.99 (USD) and as a free update for customers of previous Mover+ versions; and Mover Lite, a free version that can send photos and contacts only, but can also act as a universal receiver for anything sent by the paid version. This allows anyone to receive from other Mover users at absolutely no cost. Both are available right now. A video demo of the application is also available and linked below.
Additionally, Infinite Labs unveiled this week the new version of Afloat, the popular window management extension that adds useful features to most Mac apps, such as "always on top", window transparency, "pinning" windows to the desktop and more. This new version of Afloat introduces full Snow Leopard compatibility. Just like previous versions, Afloat for Snow Leopard is completely free and available right now for download on the Infinite Labs web site.
Infinite Labs is the pseudonym of Emanuele Vulcano, Milan, Italy-based university student and Mac and iPhone developer since 2004, maker of the popular Afloat system extender for Mac, the PlugSuit extender manager, and Mover for iPhone. Copyright (C) 2004-2009 Infinite Labs. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.