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Apps: Disc Cover, Mac Shutdown X, iPodRip

updated 11:15 am EST, Thu February 5, 2009

VideoVangelist, Mojo

  • Disc Cover 2.3 ($35) helps users create CD and DVD labels, covers, tray inserts, folding booklets, and more. The application includes over 250 professionally made designs that users can customize with their own images or with some of the included images. Along with several performance enhancements and fixes the update includes support for DiscT@2 which allows to etch text and graphics on the data side of DVD discs using a LabelFlash-enabled drive. [Download - 52.3MB]

  • Mac Shutdown X 1.3 ($10) is a small utility that can turn of a Mac after a large file download or at a user specified time. Users can set up when they want their computer to shut down in the applications setup panel and then when that event occurs the shutdown process is triggered. Version 1.3 includes an enhanced set of preferences and a couple of bug fixes that helps ensure the software behaves as it is intended to. [Download - 0.3MB]

  • iPodRip 1.2 is an application that can transfer files from an iPod into iTunes. iPodRip can also play files stored on an iPod through the users computers speakers allowing them to save space on their hard drive. The update has optimized load time for devices and addressed a significant memory leak. It also has added a launch warning when iTunes is loading and fixed a bug that would prevent iPhones from being detected. [Download - 1.1MB]

  • VideoVangelist 1.2 ($10) can convert various media files from one format to another. Users can drag a movie or audio file to the main window and then select a format for encoding. Version 1.3 has fixed an issue where certain flash movies would not covert. It also features the ability to download and convert YouTube videos, and other various bug fixes. [Download - 15.4MB]

  • Mojo 3.2 (free) allows users to share their music libraries over the internet or local networks. Users can select who to share with and then browse their library. Songs they already have are grayed out and items that are protected are displayed in red. One can check all the songs they wish to download then hit the download button and each file will be transfered and placed in their iTunes library. [Download - 2.6MB]



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