Readerware Line Of Products Updated With OS X Improvements

Readerware Corporation has released updates for the entire line of Readerware products, bringing them to versions 2.871. The applications in the Readerware line are utilities designed for book and video cataloging. The updates features several enhancements including improved OS X support and new database searches. According to Readerware Corporation:

Readerware Corporation has released version 2.871 of all products for Mac OS X.

Readerware is the easiest, fastest way to catalog your books, music and videos. Nothing else comes close. Have a large collection? The unique Readerware auto-catalog feature lets you scan barcodes, enter ISBNs, LCCNs or UPCs. Readerware does the rest, searching the Web and cataloging your books, music and videos.

Readerware can merge information from multiple Web sites to build the most complete database possible, with cover art. Automatically and effortlessly.

This release includes a number of new features that add to the power and convenience of Readerware products:

  • New database searches
  • The product help has been improved, each product now includes product specific help
  • New sites and updates
  • Some annoying bugs have been fixed, scrolling keyboard shortcuts now work correctly in the table view, long list values no longer add a horizontal scroll bar to the detail view, sound effects are back, the sites drop down list in the auto-catalog wizard now closes when you click on the Next button
  • A bug importing accented characters on Mac OS X has been fixed
  • Improved Mac OS X integration

You can find more information about the updated Readerware line at the Readerware Corporation Web site.