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WWDC: Apple Design Awards 2007 Winners

WWDC: Apple Design Awards 2007 Winners

by , 10:40 AM EDT, June 13th, 2007

Apple announced the 2007 winners of its Apple Design Awards at the World Wide Developers Conference on Tuesday. Best Mac OS X Leopard Application went to Delicious Library 2.0 (alpha) from Delicious Monster.


The WWDC Apple Developer Awards

Delicious Library is an application that manages book, movie, music, and video game collections. The alpha version of Delicious Library 2.0 takes advantage of new Mac OS X 10.5 features like Core Data, Core Animation, Core Image, Image IO, Calendar Store, Scripting Bridge, and Spotlight.

The Runner-up was iBank 3.0a from IGG Software.

Additional category winners include:
Best Mac OS X User Experience

Best Mac OS X Developer Tool Best Mac OS X Game Best Mac OS X Scientific Computing Solution Best Mac OS X Dashboard Widget Best Mac OS X Student Product

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