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- OS X 10.6 or later.
iTranslate 1.0.3 - Translate over 80 languages from your menu bar, based on the popular iOS app. (Commercial)
- 80+ languages - With iTranslate you can translate words, phrases, and text in over 80 languages.
- Voice output - Ever wanted to know what an Australian English female sounds like? With iTranslate you can select between lots of different dialects, choose a male or female voice, and even control the speech rate.
- Dictionaries - Most translator apps give you only 1 result per translation. However, if you are translating words and phrases there are often different meanings, depending on the context. iTranslate gives you dictionaries for many languages so you can find the exact solution to your problem.
- Romanization - Romanization lets you turn transforms non-Latin languages into Latin characters. Available for many languages including Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Greek, Hindi, Russian, and Thai.
- Type faster - iTranslate is optimized for fast text input. Open the App with a customizable keystroke, get suggestions while you’re typing and quickly switch between languages.
- Bug fixes
- OS X 10.8 or later
- Initial release.
- OS X 10.9 or later.
Type2Phone lets you use your Mac as a Bluetooth keyboard for your iPhone, iPad, or Apple TV.
Type text on your keyboard and it will appear on your iOS device. Or prepare text on your Mac and then paste it to your mobile device.
- Use your Mac as a keyboard to quickly type SMS text messages, notes, etc.
- Reply to emails on accounts configured only on your iPhone
- Communicate with friends over your iPhone: Facebook, Twitter, chat
- Paste addresses, passwords, etc., from your Mac to your iPhone.
- U.S American
- Japanese QWERTY
- Polish, Polish Pro
- Serbian, Serbian Latin
- Slovak, Slovak QWERTY
- Swiss French
- Swiss German
- Turkish, Turkish QWERTY
- Significant improvements to all keyboard layouts
- OS X 10.6.6 or later
- Mac with Bluetooth enabled
- One of the following:
- iPhone (3GS or later), iPad (all models), iPod touch (3rd generation or later), running iOS 3.2 or later
- Apple TV with software version 5.2 (January 2013) or later
A beautiful interface
Spillo has a beautiful modern interface that feels just right at home on your Mac. Spillo uses all the latest technologies that you would expect from a modern OS X application.
Easily organize your bookmarks
Spillo allows you to create powerful collections by specifying a number of rules. Don’t limit yourself to Pinboard’s default organization and create collections that just match your needs.
Create powerful searches
Spillo also allows you to create and save public searches based on a username and a number of tags. You can keep recurrent searches right in your sidebar.
Share to a multitude of services
Spillo supports sharing your bookmaks to a multitude of services such as Instapaper, Pocket, Twitter and Facebook. Should you be annoyed by some services, you can easily disable them in the Preferences.
Quickly create a bookmark from anywhere on your Mac
Spillo’s bookmark creation window can be brought up from anywhere on your Mac. Use the (optional) menu item or global shortcut to bring up. The URL field will also be pre-populated based on the content of your clipboard.
Browser integration to make bookmarking simpler
Spillo comes with browser extensions that make bookmarking from any page trivial. The bookmark creation window will be pre-populated based on the content of the current page. They are available for Safari and Chrome.
Spillo is super fast!
Spillo’s edge is its speed and responsiveness. Don’t wait on a slow network to process your data, Spillo caches it and syncs whenever it’s more convenient.
All the shortcuts you would expect
Spillo has a multitude of shortucts that make browsing, organizing and editing your bookmarks so much quicker.
Spillo has full AppleScript support for browsing, creating and updating bookmaks so it’s easily extandable. Want to create an Alfred workflow to create a new bookmark in Spillo? You can do it with a couple of lines of AppleScript. Check this script that retrieves the current tab in Safari and presents the Spillo window to create a bookmark for that URL.
Create your own Sharing Service plugins
Spillo has an open plugin architecture that lets you extend the built-in sharing capabilities by building your own Sharing Services. Building a plugin is really easy, just check out the small SDK on GitHub and start building!
- Add a Readability mode to the bookmark content view
- Support hiding the bookmark details view. You can now organize your bookmarks without having to load the bookmark webpage every time you change selection!
- Add a new "from" rule to the collection so that you can match all bookmarks coming from a particular source (Twitter, Instapaper, etc…)
- Add support for showing the description in the bookmark list (optional)
- Add sorting option for tags in the sidebar so that they can be sorted alphabetically or by post count
- Support exporting and importing Collections and Global Searches. You can now export and reimport them whenever and wherever you want (no duplicate will be created). It can be useful if you have multiple machines and want to share your collections and global searches
- Add Scripts menu that list your AppleScripts for Spillo and let you trigger them from within the app! Check the integration window for examples of cool scripts
- Add new buttons in the integration window to download the Safari and Chrome extensions directly
- Add a button to find the API token on Pinboard when authenticating
- Double clicking a bookmark now opens it in the default browser rather than editing it
- The cached Pinboard data is now cleared when logging out (note that your collections and searches won't be deleted since they are not synced with Pinboard)
- Display an alert before logging out from Pinboard with info about the new cache deletion behavior
- Rename Search to Global Search to better explain their purpose
- Improve sidebar appearance when displaying tags
- Prevent the current bookmark to be updated in the browser when the sidebar selection changes
- Display ellipsis if some tags don't fit in the bookmark list cell
- Fixes some multiple selection issues
- Fix rare crash that could have occurred when refreshing
- OS X 10.9 or later
Cocktail is a general purpose utility for OS X that lets you clean, repair and optimize your Mac. It is a powerful digital toolset that helps hundreds of thousands of Mac users around the world get the most out of their computers every day.
The application serves up a perfect mix of maintenance tools and tweaks, all accessible through a clean and easy to use interface. Cocktail's features are arranged into five categories that helps you manage various aspects of your computer. It also comes with an automatic Pilot-mode that allows you to simply press a button and relax, knowing that Cocktail will take care of the rest.
Note: Cocktail (Mavericks Edition) requires OS X 10.9 Mavericks to run.
- Added ability to disable DNS prefetching. (Interface - Safari)
- Added ability to hide users with unique identifiers below 500 in the login window. (Interface - Login)
- Added ability to automatically reopen the last used files when QuickTime Player is launched. (Interface - QuickTime)
- Added ability to automatically size movies in QuickTime Player to fit well on screen. (Interface - QuickTime)
- Added ability to skip animation when entering full screen mode in QuickTime Player. (Interface - QuickTime)
- Addresses an issue in which Cocktail may not detect quinary (en4) network interface. (Network - Optimization)
- Addresses compatibility issues with Audio Hijack Pro
OS X 10.9 or later
You just hit Command-Space to bring LaunchBar's input window to front, enter an arbitrary abbreviation, and as soon as you start typing LaunchBar displays the best matching choices, ready to be opened immediately.
Start applications, open documents, invoke system services, compose emails, or navigate the Web--LaunchBar will be your essential servant.
- Staging Area for creating multiple selections (see below for details).
- Changed keyboard shortcuts for Info Browsing from Shift-right arrow to Option-right arrow and "Show Siblings" from Shift-left arrow to Option-left arrow. These changes became necessary to allow a more consistent set of shortcut used for staging.
- Added support for Tower 2 repository bookmark indexing and browsing.
- Improved "Compress (ZIP Archive)" action to support multiple selections.
- Improved "Move to Trash" action with undo support.
- Improved "Sort Lines" actions to preserve the string's trailing newline.
- Improved calculator to properly handle large numbers up to 1,189731495e+4932.
- Improved "New Folder" action to suggest a different folder name if an "untitled folder" already exists.
- Improved Info Browsing to show download date if available.
- Improved "Duplicate" action (Shift-Command-D) to also trigger "Rename" so you can immediately apply a reasonable name to the duplicate.
- Improved accessibility support.
- Concept of multiple selections in LaunchBar. To learn more about this new feature, read our blog post.
- Shortcuts to create multiple selections:
- Shift-up arrow or Shift-down arrow stages/unstages a range of items.
- Command-up arrow or Command-down arrow toggles staging of the selected item.
- Comma stages the selected item.
- Command-Click toggles staging of the clicked item.
- Shift-Click stages/unstages a range of items.
- Command-A stages all items in current list.
- Delete unstages the selected item.
- Escape or Shift-Delete clears the entire staging area.
- Acting on multiple selections
- Open multiple items with ↩ (apps, files & folders, contacts & email addresses, bookmarks, emoji, snippets, songs, albums, …).
- Press Tab to invoke Send To:
- Open files with a particular application
- Send files to a contact as email attachments
- Move or copy files to a folder
- Compress (ZIP Archive)
- Use actions on multiple selections, for instance:
- Move to Trash (Command-Delete)
- Duplicate (Shift-Command-D)
- Eject (Command-E)
- Copy (Command-C)
- Get Info (Command-I)
- Show in Finder (Command-↩)
- Inspecting and reviewing staged items
- Shift-right arrow shows all currently staged items.
- Delete unstages the selected item and removes it from the list.
- While the list is displayed, the items can be rearranged with Option-up arrow or Option-down arrow. Useful if the order is relevant (contacts, songs, attachments, etc.).
- Fetching staged items
- Shift-left arrow turns all selected items into a single "multiple selection" item (rarely necessary, though).
- Necessary when opening multiple files from different folders (this is a safety measure, to prevent accidental opening of such a scattered selection).
- Calendar input is now more flexible and accepts description, location and date/time in arbitrary order (only the location must always be after the description):
- <description> @ <date/time>
- <date/time> @ <description>
- <description> @ <location> @ <date/time>
- <description> @ <date/time> @ <location>
- <date/time> @ <description> @ <location>
- Date & Time can now also be specified relative to "now", for example: "Call Susan @ 20min" to create a reminder that's due in 20 minutes.
- Birthday browsing: Showing contacts born on the same day or in the same year.
- Contact labels are permanently visible while browsing.
- Dedicated icons for social media profiles.
- URL-Scheme support for LaunchBar Actions. Actions can now optionally define a script that is called when a URL like x-launchbar:action/com.example.action is opened anywhere in OS X. See the Script Types for more details.
- Added support for LaunchBar Actions implemented as Automator Workflows.
- Added "Play Sound Effect" Automator action and AppleScript command.
- When an action returns a single item, Instant Send is turned on by default.
- Added an option that indicates when a script is run for the purpose of generating live feedback (LB_OPTION_LIVE_FEEDBACK).
- Added support for working with Base64 data and binary data. See Working with Binary Data for more information.
- Added support for loading HTTP requests with arbitrary HTTP methods. Also added a convenience method for POST requests.
- Added File.fileURLForPath() and File.pathForFileURL().
- Added methods for opening and closing LaunchBar's QuickLook window for any URL.
- Added LaunchBar.systemVersion.
- Fixed: LaunchBar Actions implemented in AppleScript caused launch of applications during indexing. Also, these actions now must specifically declare in their Info.plist the fact that they accept or require arguments (previously, implementing the appropriate handler in the script was sufficient).
- Fixed: Action result items that only have a path or URL set didn't appear in LaunchBar.
- Fixed: If LBResultType was set to path and that path contained the tilde character (˜), it was not expanded for the resulting items.
- Updated Developer Documentation to reflect changes and provide information on how to use the new features.
- x-launchbar URLs can now optionally contain a double forward slash after the scheme.
- Fixed an issue with "Open Location" where the TLD was not removed when entering a dot.
- Fixed ClipMerge behavior in iTerm 2 when its "Copy Selection" preference is enabled.
- Minor bug fixes and improvements.
- OS X 10.9 or later
- Mac 64-bit: Made changes to try to prevent EditRocket from crashing and Window display issues caused by Karabiner keyboard customization software
- FTP Transfer window not showing file sizes correctly for very large files
- Directory deletes not working on Mac
- OS X 10.7 or later
- Integration with Dock and Menu-bar
- Starting, stopping ad monitoring of freepopsd server
- Set-up of all communication parameters
- Options for auto-start, auto-stop and auto-restart on crash.
- Real-time visualization of log file
- Automated check ad download of newer version
- Give detailed plug-ins information
- Fixed the update system to walkaround the down of the official web site (www.freepops.org)
- All plug-ins are updated to latest versions (including a working version for Libero.it and associated domains)
- Tested on OS X 10.10 Yosemite (Beta6)
OS X 10.4 or later