Atlanta based Qoppa Software today announces version 2018 of PDF Studio, their powerful, intuitive PDF Editor for Mac, Windows and Linux. PDF Studio 2018 adds many new exciting features including a redesigned user interface with ribbon, cursor text content editing with reflow, rich text and Unicode support in form fields, new Linux scanning interface, with scanning profiles, new “Fast Sign” feature and the ability to create dynamic forms using page template.
The long awaited follow-up to the super popular Bamba Burger is here. This sequel to the best children’s burger making app has gotten bigger and better! Like the first app, Bamba Burger 2 is an interactive toy for children to imagine they are running a burger restaurant. In Bamba Burger 2, kids can slice burger buns, cook all sorts of fun ingredients, stack the tallest, craziest burgers, make crispy french fries, pour soda, build a 5-tier ice-cream soft serve and finally, eat it all.
St. Clair Software delivers an update today for App Tamer, its Macintosh utility that manages applications to yield more efficient CPU usage, increased battery life and quieter operation. App Tamer’s unique AutoStop capability automatically slows down or pauses applications when you switch away from them, and then restarts them when you click back to them. Version 2.4 offers a new option to hide idle applications, offers more customization of its interface, and addresses bugs and issues.
MacAppware, a division of 128bit Technologies, announced today it has added 250 new editable graphics to its popular Logo Pop, the powerful logo design app for Mac. Easily create a professional looking vector based logo, and then use it online or in print with support for all popular image formats including transparent PNGs, and vector PDF and SVG formats. Logo Pop also includes a library of pre-designed logo templates and editable graphics to get you started.
Did you know that July 17th is World Emoji Day? As it happens, this is also the release date of KeyCue 9, which revolutionizes input of emoji characters. While the online community loves emojis, people become more and more frustrated about the confusing multitude of slightly different emojis, which makes it tedious to choose and type the right one. This is where KeyCue 9 comes to help. KeyCue 9 shows a table of all available emoji characters and lets you insert any emoji with a click.
Ergonis Software today released KeyCue 9.0, a brand new major version of the company’s highly acclaimed keyboard shortcut learning tool, which now includes a slick emoji picker and more. KeyCue has been helping Mac users to learn and use keyboard shortcuts for almost 15 years now. Today, with the new major version 9, KeyCue goes a step further and adds great new features for exploring and typing emojis, quickly accessing folder contents, and many other enhancements.