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TwitExport

TwitExport 2.0.1

TwitExport is a Twitter-plugin for iPhoto and Aperture. It's the successor to iPhoto2Twitter and Aperture2Twitter and is a free upgrade for all registered users. With TwitExport you can send a photo or movie to Twitter from within your favorite Mac photo...

PhotoBulk

PhotoBulk 2.1.246 updated

PhotoBulk is a must-have tool for those who work with a large number of images. The app enables editing photos in bulk - any number of images can be resized, optimized, watermarked, renamed and converted into a different format in one go. Adding a...

Fotobounce

Fotobounce 3.9.7 updated

Fotobounce is a FREE photo organizer available for download from our website. It utilizes advanced face recognition technology to speed up the tagging and organizing of your photos. It also enables private peer networks for secure sharing. When you create...

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Skitch

Skitch 2.7.2

Skitch Inc was formed as a company in 2010 by four partners spread across Australia and Norway. With help from contributors based in Switzerland, Sweden, Austria, Australia and the US, Skitch has become our beloved 'Swiss Army knife' of visual...

AutoArticle for QuarkXPress radically increases productivity for newspaper and magazine production. This powerful XTensions software was developed by layout artists for layout artists to significantly lightenthe load of routine tasks and to produce more...

"OpenOSX Grass" is a free stand-alone application, requiring zero-installation now PowerPC and Intel native that is based on the proven open source GRASS GIS 6.3.0, which is a complete Geographic Information System (GIS). GRASS has been in development for...

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Carousel

Carousel 1.2.1

Carousel is a simple, beautiful way to explore Instagram on your Mac in a minimal footprint. View your feed, popular photos, your photos, comment, like, save photos and much, much more. We've also implemented a full set of keyboard commands to make...

Xdata

Xdata 9.4.3.4

Xdata, a plug-in for Quark Xpress (Mac OS and Windows), works like a mail merge on steroids. Using a powerful English-like scripting language, you write simple (or complex) rules about how you want your data formatted. These rules tell Xdata how to import...