Posts Tagged ‘Apps for Mac’

ZeoBIT, the development company behind the MacKeeper software, has recently been involved in a class action lawsuit that saw it being accused of deceptively tricking customers into purchasing its software with claims that it enhances a Mac’s “speed, performance, and security, by detecting and eliminating harmful errors and threats”. The outcome of that class action lawsuit has ruled against ZeoBIT, determining that customers within the United States or any of its territories who purchased a copy of MacKeeper, are entitled to a complete refund.

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If you were planning on buying a keyboard attachment for your iPad you may want to check out a new app. Type2Phone will allow you to use your Mac’s keyboard to type instead of tapping the keys one by one on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.

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If you’re a Mac user and live and breathe Skype, or just use it occasionally to talk to your distant friends, you might be happy to know that the application has been updated to add support for OS X Lion as well as HD video chats. These improvements come in the form of Skype 5.3 which is available to the public today.

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iPhone Explorer is a new software for Windows and Mac which enables you to use your iPhone and iPod touch like a USB flash drive without having to enable SSH. We all know how dangerous can enabling SSH prove to be, with all the recent worms and virus attacks which can compromise your privacy through SSH. With iPhone Explorer, you can now easily browse files and folders as if it was a normal USB flash or pen drive without having to enable SSH.

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Times is a unique RSS application for Mac platform with an interface designed to make it look like a newspaper. The devs at Acrylic Software have done a fantastic job on making RSS feeds a treat to read! Many people, including myself mostly use Google Reader or Windows Live Mail (on Windows) to read RSS which are both powerful and cool, but the experience they provide is mostly bland. With Times, you get an experience, that is familiar to the traditional newspapers you read!

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