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Kapeli Releases Dash and DashExpander - Text Abbreviation Expander

Sep 13, 2011 - Kapeli has released Dash and DashExpander, two free Mac OS X applications designed to boost the productivity of developers and regular users. DashExpander saves you from typing long strings of text, by defining abbreviations which are later expanded whenever you type them. Effortlessly collect text snippets that you often reuse. Dash is a Code Snippet Manager and Documentation Browser. It builds on top of DashExpander and provides extra functionality for developers.

Kapeli Releases iClap 1.0 - Control Your Mac by Clapping

Jan 14, 2011 - Kapeli today announces iClap 1.0, its second Mac App Store-exclusive application. iClap allows users to control their Mac by clapping. It tracks the input volume of user's computers and uses it to determine when someone claps their hands. When a clap is detected, a set of predefined actions is performed. With iClap installed, as soon as you enter your home, you can clap your hands twice and iClap will launch your favorite applications, start playing iTunes and check for any new emails.

iGuard 1.0 released for Snow Leopard - First Mac App Store-Exclusive App

Dec 02, 2010 - UK based Kapeli today announces iGuard 1.0, its first Mac App Store-exclusive application. Even though Mac OS X is already protected from most threats, iGuard adds an extra layer of security and will protect users from hackers that could gain remote access to their Mac. iGuard keeps an eye on the currently active user sessions and warns the user of any threat. It allows users to detect any unauthorized access to their system and stop it dead in its tracks.

Kapeli Releases moveAddict 2.0 - Cut and Paste Files in OS X

Sep 21, 2010 - Kapeli today announces 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. moveAddict has been completely rewritten 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.

DockView 1.03 for Mac - Window Previews in the Dock

Aug 30, 2010 - UK based Kapeli today announces DockView 1.03, a new Mac OS X app that extends the Dock and makes it aware of the windows that applications have open. With DockView, whenever a user points the mouse at an application's icon, thumbnail images of the windows are displayed. DockView helps Mac OS X users visualize the windows they currently have open and easily find the window they are looking for. DockView is also able to display the previews in the default Mac CMD Tab application switcher.

Switche for Mac - the New CMD+Tab Replacement

Aug 04, 2010 - UK based Kapeli today announces Switche, a new Mac OS X app that combines CMD+Tab's simplicity with Expose's style and elegance. Unlike other similar applications, Switche doesn't try to reinvent the wheel and uses Expose for all of its features. Users can define three pairs of keyboard shortcuts. CMD+Tab will cycle between active apps Expose-style and the other two pairs will switch between windows of the same app or between all windows.

Mac OS X Finally Able to Cut/Paste Files and Merge Folders

Jun 29, 2010 - UK based Kapeli today announces moveAddict, a new Mac OS X app that brings one highly requested feature to Mac's Finder: the capability to cut and paste files, with merging folders as a bonus. moveAddict works with the usual keyboard shortcuts for cut and paste, and blends perfectly into any accustomed workflow. A notification window and Finder file labels provide user-friendly feedback at every stage. Original data remains untouched until the move gets safely registered by the Finder.