Eyeballs Gets Expanded Language Support

Stick Software has released an update for Eyeballs, bringing it to version 2.3. Eyeballs is a desktop utility that features an animated set of eyes that follow and respond to a users cursor. The update features expanded language support. According to Stick Software:

Today, Stick Software released version 2.3 of Eyeballs, a fun Mac OS X application that gives you a set of eyeballs in your menu bar or on your desktop.

The eyes watch the cursor move around as you work. They get sleepy depending on how busy youire keeping the cursor, and they blink periodically. They are extremely configurable, in terms of the colors
they use, their eyelid and pupil style, how sleepy they are, and a bunch of other things.

Eyeballs 2.3 is localized to 10 languages including English and Japanese.

You can find more information about the Eyeballs update at the Stick Software Web site. Eyeballs 232 is available as shareware for US$10.00.

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