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DVDpedia 3 Universal Binary Available

DVDpedia 3 Universal Binary Available

by , 8:05 AM EDT, April 21st, 2006

Bruji announced the immediate availability of version 3 of DVDPedia, Bookpedia, and CDpedia on Thursday. The updated applications, designed to track your personal DVD, book and CD collections, are now Universal Binary, capable of running natively on PowerPC and Intel-based Macs. The applications also let you create library-independent collections, link to anything in an entry, and offer a new customizable info view, database statistics, an updated widget, improved Spotlight support, and more.

The applications are all available at the Bruji Web site, and are priced at US$18 each. Upgrades cost $9 per application.

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