Apimac has released an update for Apimac Address Book, bringing it to version 5.9.1. Apimac Address Book is a telephone and address utility designed for Internet applications. The update features a synching bug fix and other maintenance enhancements. According to Apimac:
Apimac is pleased to announce Apimac Address Book 5.9.1, the latest release of its telephone and address application, fully integrated with Internet and Mac OS X.
Apimac Address Book is a practical telephone and address application with extended printing capacities that allows users to manage addresses, phone numbers (via modem or by playing touch-tones to the phone), URLs, and e-mail addresses, quickly and easily. All this information, previously scattered on notes, notepads, diaries, phone books, and also in various e-mail programs, Internet browsers and databases, is now stored in a single place.
Version 5.9.1 is a maintenance release that mainly corrects a reported issue with the date of synced recurrences, fixes all the known issues of the synced title and suffix data, where some contacts wereduplicated, and now the cursor keeps its focus on the search field after a sync, amongst other minor issues.
You can find more information about the Apimac Address Book update at the Web site. The update is free for current users, while the full version is available for US$19.99. The Classic version is now available as freeware.