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Delicious Library Gets Universal Binary Update, More

Delicious Library Gets Universal Binary Update, More

by , 1:50 PM EST, February 9th, 2006

Delicious Monster Software has updated its media cataloging software Delicious Library with a Universal Binary. In addition, version 1.6 enables the owners of new iMacs and MacBook Pro laptops to use the computers' integrated iSight cameras to scan the barcodes of books, movies, music and video games.

According to the developer, they've implemented techniques from astronomy research to enable the software to read barcodes from images that are blurry to the iSight's optics. Delicious Monster also implemented various bug fixes and performance enhancements in this upgrade.

Delicious Library sells for US$39.95, with an optional wireless Bluetooth scanner available for $174.95.


Delicious Library in action

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