Denver-based St. Clair Software releases Default Folder X 5.2.2 today, an update to their award-winning utility for Mac OS X. Default Folder X enhances the file dialogs of all Mac OS X applications. It provides fast navigation to files, convenient previews, integrated Spotlight tagging and more. Default Folder X’s custom keyboard shortcuts put favorite and recent folders at your fingertips. Version 5.2.2 improves performance and compatibility while adding interface and AppleScript enhancements.
Hamburg based game publisher and developer, Kalypso Media today releases Ski Jumping Pro, a hugely updated version of its hit winter sports title on iOS devices. This new version promises to deliver even more of the pants-wetting terror that comes from standing at the top of a 100-metre long ski ramp with only one way down. Ski Jumping Pro now boasts an entirely new graphics engine, revamped multiplayer mode, additional courses and improved character models and environments.
Spain’s prestigious magazine brand, HOLA!, brings its USA edition to Magzter, the world’s largest digital magazine newsstand. HOLA! USA offers exclusive access to global celebrities, with a top-notch approach that is always ahead of trend. With an irresistible twist of fashion and lifestyle, the magazine delivers aspirational and intimate stories of the personalities the reader cares about. With this partnership, the global brand is all set to reach over 36.5 million users on Magzter.
DEVONtechnologies today releases DEVONthink To Go 2.4.3, an important feature update to its mobile document and information manager for iOS devices. Version 2.4.3 synchronizes its databases in the background when the user switches to another app. The update improves sync status reliability, too, as well as compatibility to some WebDAV services. It’s also faster, more reliable, and uses less memory. The update to version 2.4.3 is free and recommended for all users.
Tap Guides today launches Photos: The Ultimate iPhone & iPad Photography Guide, an eBook, and paperback guide that reveals the secrets of mobile photography. Written by tech author Tom Rudderham, it’s packed with inspirational photos, tutorials, and interviews with the world’s best iPhone photographers, making it possible for anyone to take a stunning picture with their iPhone or iPad, edit it then share the image with friends and family.
Auckland based Intro Limited today announces the worldwide release of their new personal network management tool. Intro focuses on learning names, recognizing faces, and retrieving information about people you’ve met. Add people, make connections, create groups, and add a dated history of notes on each. Dial up avatars using custom illustrations, and easily use an avatar search later to identify people out of context. It’s like Contacts, on steroids. Intro 1.0 for iPhone available today.