California based Insider Software today releases FontAgent Pro 4.2 for Macintosh, an update to the industry’s best font manager with Mac OS X 10.7 Lion compatibility. FontAgent Pro provides full control over the auto-activation process. It detects subtle differences among fonts to deliver the most accurate font activation possible. Built on Insider’s unique FontSavant technology, the 4.2 release includes auto-activation plug-ins for Adobe CS5.5, CS 5.5.1 and QuarkXPress 9.
Econ Technologies updates ChronoSync to version 4.2 and ChronoAgent for Mac to version 1.2. ChronoSync is the automated synchronization and backup application for Mac OS X and ChronoAgent for Mac is a utility that runs on the destination Mac and communicates directly with ChronoSync, giving you full root access to the destination Mac. New Trial Sync and Scheduling options have been added to both ChronoSync and ChronoAgent. The new versions include several other features and bug fixes.
IGG Software today announced the release of iBank 4.2, a major update to the leading Mac-only personal finance management application. The new version delivers multiple enhancements including in-line editor calculations, improved transaction entry and split editing, and enhanced rules for complex imports. The update is free to current users of iBank 4.
MobileApp Systems LLC today announces iLuaBox 1.2, a Lua scripting environment running on all Apple iOS 4.2+ compatible devices. Lua is a powerful, fast, lightweight, embeddable scripting language. It has been used in many industrial applications, with an emphasis on embedded systems and games. The Device and GUI toolboxes are the first of many iLuaBox expansions planned for release this year.
Matthew King announces an update to Loan Calculator – What if? 4.2 for iOS. This app calculates the monthly payment for any fixed rate loan including mortgage, auto, credit card and more. It also calculates “what if” scenarios to determine how additional monthly or yearly payments will help pay off a loan early and save money in interest. For those shopping for a home or car, thinking of refinancing, or seeking ways to save money, this application is a must-have.
MobileApp Systems LLC today announces iLuaBox 1.1.1, an update to their Lua scripting environment running on all Apple iOS 4.2 compatible devices. Lua is a powerful, fast, lightweight, embeddable scripting language. It has been used in many industrial applications, with an emphasis on embedded systems and games. Version 1.1.1 improvements include command history, external keyboard support, and new library functions.
Independent app developer Dante Varnado Moore today announces Songwriter’s Pad 1.2 an update to his pro lyric writing app designed specifically for the iPad. It allows songwriters to write, arrange and store all of their lyrics in one place and includes a digital recorder for capturing vocals. New is iOS 4.2 compatibility, and the ability for Songwriter’s to personalize the app with their own lingo by adding words and phrases to the idea generator for inspiration and for averting writers block.
Virginia based Hunter Research and Technology today announced version 1.1.1 of its popular iPad weather app Wx, which was named a 2009 Mac Gem by Macworld magazine. Wx displays current conditions, forecasts, alerts, and radar for U.S. locations using high fidelity XML data from the National Weather Service. Designed for both serious weather watchers and casual users alike, Wx offers detailed information and facts in a fast, clean, and functional weather app.
Renowned organic medicine physician Craig Koniver, MD, launches 42 Healthy Solutions for iOS. This easy-to-use iPhone application lists 42 different common illnesses and enables users to discover over 70 natural supplements to treat several common ailments, including headaches, depression, and memory loss. 42 Healthy Solutions is linked with Dr. Koniver’s Organic Performance Lab store, which offers supplements specially formulated by the doctor himself.
EuroSmartz today announces CalPrint 1.1, a great new Calendar viewing and printing app for iPad. CalPrint offers customers the ability to print their calendar directly from their iPad or iPhone. The app has an excellent variety of views and lists that can all be printed by just tapping the dedicated print button. CalPrint takes advantage of new functionality in iOS 4.2 and enables iPad and iPhone owners to view, edit and print their Exchange, Apple & Google calendars and more.
California based AppoTize today announces Convert2 – TechPro for iPad 2.0, their professional unit conversion app for scientists, engineers, technicians and students. Convert2 – TechPro contains thousands of sought-after conversions for the technical professional. Conversions include description and unit symbols for accuracy and rigorous unit analysis. It supports printing of conversion tables with iOS 4.2 and AirPrint, and allows for easy, wireless printing to any AirPrint supported device.
MobileApp Systems LLC today announces iLuaBox 1.1, a Lua scripting environment running on all Apple iOS 4.2 compatible devices. Lua is a powerful, fast, lightweight, embeddable scripting language. It has been used in many industrial applications, with an emphasis on embedded systems and games. Version 1.1 not only adds universal device compatibility, but also includes usability enhancements such as gesture driven full screen modes and improved text entry.
Yutaka Yagiura announces the release of Domo Todo+ 4.2 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. With this newest version, list makers can add tasks and tags to their list with a single tap of their finger. Domo Todo+ also syncs with Google Calendar, so the user’s lists can be found on one location. This feature also lets users edit their list from their device or their PC’s browser. This major update includes support for the new iPhone 4 software and retina display as well as SMS, Email and more.
PhatWare Corporation today announces WritePad for iPad 4.2, an update to their advanced handwriting recognition software for iPad devices. WritePad lets users take notes in their own handwriting with an iPad stylus pen or their finger. The state-of-the-art handwriting recognition software will adapt and learn while it is being used, improving the recognition quality overtime. Version 4.2 now allows synchronization of WritePad documents with Dropbox.