Portland based developer, Many Tricks today introduces Keymo 1.0, their new keyboard utility for Mac OS X. Keymo is a tool that lets users move, click, and find the mouse pointer by way of custom actions activated by global keyboard shortcuts. It’s the perfect tool for those who prefer the keyboard to the mouse, or who find it physically challenging to use a mouse. Keymo ships with a number of preconfigured actions and users can easily edit them to change their functionality.
Moom 2 builds on the original program’s strengths at quickly and easily moving and zooming windows by including custom controls. A custom control is simply a Moom action such as zooming to 1/2 width and anchoring to the right screen edge with an optional keyboard shortcut. Users can create as many custom controls as they need, and activate them via the keyboard or menu system.
Norbert M. Doerner has released CDFinder 5.7.2, an update to the popular disk library cataloger. CDFinder organizes your digital files, photos, songs, movies, on hard drives, CDROMs, Blu-ray disks, DVD-ROMs, server disks, and any other digital media. Version 5.7.2 can now catalog thumbnails of Adobe InDesign CS5 files and more RAW photo formats. CDFinder highlights include metadata, integration into many popular programs, geotagging and networking.
Intuitive Computers is pleased to announce that the Playroom Racer 1.2 update is out in the iTunes store worldwide, both iPhone and HD versions. Playroom Racer is a new unique micro racer game in top-down racing style for iOS. Children love toy cars, now you can play on your iOS device. Included with this update is a brand new car, Bunny Wagon, Game Center support, decrease in star price of playrooms and Retina display support added for iPhone 4.
MotionObj today announces SimplyTweet 3.4, an update to their full featured Twitter application for iPhone and iPod touch. SimplyTweet combines a fast, simple user interface with a rich set of features, as well as offers built-in support of push notifications for new mentions and direct messages. Version 3.4 adds many tweaks as well as stability improvements to the application.
Independent developer James Hollender today releases his iCals Lite app for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. The iCals Lite app is based on the USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference. It allows users to easily find out the Calories in a large number of food servings, which is critical for those trying to keep their weight down. The foods servings are rated from extremely low in Calories all the way up to extremely high.