December 15, 2009 in Utility (E)
[prMac.com] New York, New York, Noodlesoft today is proud to announce the availability of Hazel 2.3.5 for Mac OS X. Hazel 2.3.5 adds numerous features, improvements and fixes. Hazel 2.3.5 expands on its existing renaming abilities providing a way to renumber files sequentially. In addition, users can now reference the source folder in rules, allowing them to mirror folder structures when moving and copying files.
This update also brings integration with Yazsoft's Speed Download, allowing Hazel to clean up its duplicate and incomplete downloads. This release features numerous other important fixes and improvements; it is recommended that all current users upgrade.
Hazel 2.3.5 is a free upgrade for existing registered users. Hazel ships as a Universal binary, running on both Intel and PowerPC systems with 10.4 or higher. 64-bit support is available on Intel systems running Snow Leopard.
Hazel is a housekeeper for your folders and files. Using Hazel's powerful rule engine, you can easily create workflows that keep your files organized automatically. Hazel also features options for managing your Trash. Also included is AppSweep, Hazel's intuitive and innovative application uninstaller.
Pricing and Availability:
Hazel 2.3.5 is available for download now and features a 14 day free trial. Hazel has a retail price of $21.95 (USD) and can be purchased from Noodlesoft.
Noodlesoft, LLC is an independent developer of software for Mac OS X. Hazel is the main product in the Noodlesoft product family. For additional information, visit their website. All company and product names may be trademarks of their respective owners.