Creators of professional photo editor tools such as Snapheal, Colorstrokes and FX Photo Studio, Macphun got in touch yesterday to give us the heads-up on a new Mac app bundle they’ve put together with the help of several independent developers.
As market investors and analysts await the results of Apple’s second quarter earnings call, (set to take place at 5:00PM EST, today), some of those same analysts are already taking a stab at what the company’s earnings figures are likely to reflect for the quarter.
Built from the ground up to meet the needs of today’s creative editors, PROCUTX is described as a ‘break-free’ solution to manually navigating the menus (and tabs) seen in Apple’s Final Cut Pro editor.
Grabbing and bagging 3 top Mac apps that we believe every OS X user ultimately needs (and should have) in their collection, Macphun has tonight come up with a superb discount Mac app bundle.
Sticking with the subject of security flaws, Russian security firm Doctor Web is reporting this afternoon that a new trojan horse – named ‘Trojan.Yontoo.1’ – has been discovered this week. What’s more interesting, though, is that the trojan is specifically said to infect OS X systems through the web browser.