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Advanced Link Manager, OpenOSX GrassPro Get Updates

Advanced Link Manager, OpenOSX GrassPro Get Updates

by , 3:50 PM EDT, August 23rd, 2006

Caphyon on Wednesday released Advanced Link Manager 3.0, while OpenOSX made available a Universal Binary of its GrassPro.

Advanced Link Manager is a tool for managing a Web site's incoming links, enabling users to track backlinks evolution and view updatable reports and graphical charts. The new version features the ability to gather and manage contact information, including Whois records for referrer domains and a new Domain Information report. It also gather reciprocal link information, including setting up link pages for each domain.

This is a free upgrade for those within their 12-month maintenance plan. Advanced Link Manager is available in Standard (US$59), Professional ($149), and Professional Plus ($229) versions, with volume discounts available. Mac OS X v10.3 is required.

GrassPro is a standalone version of the open source GRASS (Geographic Resources Analysis Support System) GIS (Geographic Information System) software, which is used for manipulating and analyzing geographic and Cartesian datasets and producing topographical maps from them. In addition to being a Universal Binary, version 6.1 includes many performance improvements.

This is a free update for users with current subscriptions. The full software is US$60 on a CD or $50 as a download. Upgrades are $30 on CD or $20 as a download. Mac OS X v10.4 is required.

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