Ahead of its expected public release, later this year, Apple has this week seeded the first build of OS X Mavericks 10.9.3 to its registered developers.
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Rounding off the deal action for this weekend, EffectMatrix has tonight dropped the price of its Super Vectorizer tool for Mac, from its regular price of $19.99 – to just $0.99.
One recent price change to propagate to Apple’s Mac App Store over the holidays involves colour-picking app – Sip for Mac. Describing itself as “refreshingly simple,” Sip claims to be able to instantly sample and encode any colour that is present on your screen.
We’ve already given you a huge list of the hottest iOS apps that are on-sale this holiday. Now it’s time to turn our attentions to Apple’s other platform – the Mac. While Apple’s focus on the Mac has somewhat dwindled this year, (an understandable move by the company considering that …
Just making its debut on the App Store at the beginning of November, Knock For iPhone is a super cool app that was designed as a companion app to your Mac. The cool part? – It claims to allow the wireless unlocking of all supported Mac systems by you simply …
Just around a week after it released OS X 10.9.1 to the public, Apple on Friday unleashed the first iteration of its next planned upcoming update for OS X Mavericks.
If you’ve been wanting to try out Parallels Access, but couldn’t face up to the $79.99 per computer, per year required fee to use the service, you may be pleased to hear that the company has slashed this fee to just $49.99/annually (for a limited time).
Continuing its aggressive seeding schedule before the software’s (rumoured) public release at the end of October, Apple has over the weekend seeded a new version of OS X Mavericks to developers of the ADC.
Nikolai Krill, an independent developer and brains behind the elegant RSS news reader – Feedy for Mac – has just launched a promotion which will see the reader app become FREE, (for a limited time).
Apple has released a boatload of new goodies for registered Mac developers, this morning. The updates available include; brand-new versions of OS X Mavericks, OS X Server, Apple’s own ‘Remote Desktop’ software – (and more). We’ve got all the details after the fold.
SHADOWGUN: DeadZone – the console-quality shooter which first hit Apple’s platform back in November, 2012, has officially landed on the Mac platform.
Perhaps the news that most registered developers have been waiting for, Apple confirmed in an e-mail sent out to members of the ADC, earlier today, that it has successfully now restored all developer services.
Electronic Arts has confirmed via a tweet that its popular simulation game – SimCity – will become available for download on Mac, on August 29.
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Alongside the seeding of OS X 10.8.5 (Build 12F30), Apple has this morning also published a new build of its popular web browser, Safari, to the Developer Center.
This is a potentially huge day for those who have been waiting on Apple to release the next version of its acclaimed professional Logic Pro software.
Those of you who like to create and design your own mix CDs for personal use, (or perhaps small labels looking for a convenient solution to designing and marketing their artists’ discs), might be pleased to hear that Belight Software‘s Disc Cover 3 For Mac is down from its usual …