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Dare to be Creative releases SlidePad - New Mac note-taking application

Jan 12, 2009 - Dare to be Creative Ltd. today announced the release of SlidePad 1.0, a note-taking application for Mac OS X Leopard. SlidePad allows users to quickly and unobtrusively write down notes, thoughts, and ideas on a notepad that slides in from the side of the screen. SlidePad offers rich-text editing, such as adding fonts and graphics, as well as customizations such as setting the keyboard shortcut to slide in the notepad.


Dare to be Creative releases Dragoman with improved image conversion

Dec 08, 2008 - Dare to be Creative today introduced Dragoman 1.6, an update to its file converter for Mac OS X Tiger and Leopard. Dragoman converts images, photos, PDFs, music files and text documents with a lightweight drag and drop interface. The new version offers more image conversion options, in particular setting the DPI print resolution and selecting the resolution of Kodak PCD photos.


Dare to be Creative releases Sponge: New Mac System Cleaner

Nov 24, 2008 - Dare to be Creative Ltd. today announced the release of Sponge 1.0, a system clean and optimize tool for Mac OS X Leopard. Sponge combines three effective techniques to reclaim disk space into a single tool: removing applications, sweeping disk hogs and finding duplicates.


Dare to be Creative releases Yum recipe manager in fresh look

Nov 17, 2008 - Dare to be Creative Ltd. today announced the release of Yum 3.0, the recipe manager for Mac OS X Leopard. Yum allows users to organize recipes into categories, assign ratings, print with custom layouts and create shopping lists from a recipe's ingredients. The new version is the first official release since Yum's recent acquisition by Dare to be Creative, and sees Yum in a new look designed to make using it more fun.


Dare to be Creative offers Renamer4Mac at 50% off on Mupromo

Nov 12, 2008 - Dare to be Creative today announced that Renamer4Mac, the batch file renaming utility for Mac OS X Tiger and Leopard, will be on sale at Mupromo on November 13th 2008. Renamer4Mac is a utility application that batch renames large numbers of files using a graphical drag and drop interface. Renamer4Mac supports search and replace renaming, numbering files, and converting between lower, upper and mixed case. Renamer4Mac handles regular expression and case sensitive matching.


Dare to be Creative releases iArchiver with French localization

Oct 30, 2008 - Dare to be Creative today announced the release of iArchiver 1.4.1, an archiving and file compression utility for Mac OS X Tiger and Leopard. The new version ships with a French localization as part of the company's global expansion plans, and following popular demand from users in France, Belgium, Switzerland, Canada and other French speaking countries.


Dare to be Creative releases iCombiner with German localization

Oct 29, 2008 - Dare to be Creative today announced the release of iCombiner 1.3, the file merge utility for Mac OS X Tiger and Leopard. iCombiner is a productivity tool that can combine images, photos and scanned documents into a single PDF document. The new version ships with a German localization as part of the company's global expansion plans, and following popular demand from users in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.


Dare to be Creative releases ResizeMe with French localization

Oct 28, 2008 - Dare to be Creative today announced the release of ResizeMe 1.3.1, the batch image and photo editor for Mac OS X Tiger and Leopard. The new version ships with a French localization as part of the company's global expansion plans, and following popular demand from users in France, Belgium, Switzerland, Canada and other French speaking countries.


Dare to be Creative releases ResizeMe with German localization

Oct 09, 2008 - Dare to be Creative today announced the release of ResizeMe 1.3, the batch image and photo editor for Mac OS X Tiger and Leopard. The new version ships with a German localization as part of the company's global expansion plans, and following popular demand from users in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.