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Software developer iPresentee announced Tuesday the release of Keynote Themes 5.0 and free Keynote themes to be used with Apple's Keynote application. Keynote Themes 5.0 includes ten brand new themes, and extends iPresentee's Keynote themes collection up to eighty seven themes.
Software developer Terry Demco announced the release of Incoming! for Skype on Tueday. The application allows every incoming call to be downloaded onto a Mac via a helper app. The application also allows Skype to function over 3G or EDGE networks, thus eliminating VoIP restrictions.
Software developer Pixel Research Labs announced Tuesday the release of Ringer 1.0, a new iPhone ringtone creation and editing tool for Mac OS X. The application allows users to choose any unprotected file from their iTunes library or any media file on their system
Lithuanian software developer Jumsoft announced Friday the release of its expanded Goodies bundle, a set of five new iWeb themes available for free. The five iWeb themes included in Goodies are Modern Daybill, Cool Class, Baseball, Boy, and Girl.
Austin-based Mac-Chi announced Wednesday the release of WhoPaste 1.2, the company's contact acquisition utility for Mac OS X. The new version adds several new features.
Swedish developer Snarb.tk announced the release of Cover Stream 2.6, the latest version of the company's iTunes controller application for Mac OS X. Version 2.6 adds several new features and fixes.
Long-time Mac and PC hardware developer LaCie announced the release of two designer USB hubs on Wednesday, the LaCie Core4 and LaCie Core7. Both hubs were designed by award-winning U.K. industrial designer Sam Hecht.
Los Angeles-based developer app4mac announced the release of CheckUp 2.2, the company's utility that allows users to check the health and monitor the behavior of their Mac, on Wednesday. The update for the application, which functions with any G4, G5 or Intel-based Mac, added support for Apple's most recent Mac models, and also shows information for additional I/O ports.
Scottsdale-based Cynical Peak Software announced the release of Rivet 2.1, the company's streaming application on Tuesday that allows users to stream video, music and photos from Mac OS X to an Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3 via their home network, and the update includes many new features.