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Panic to release Coda 2 & Diet Coda

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Panic announced today that they will release the anticipated application coda 2 on 24th May 2012. Coda 2 features many new features and enhancements for web developers which make coding much enjoyable. Here is a video explaining some of the features: For the list of all features you can check it here. Coda 2 will be available on the mac ...

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MacUpdate Bundle: 11 Mac Apps for $50

MacUpdate has released their latest bundle. The bundle cost $49.99 and includes $487 worth of Mac apps. The MacUpdate Bundle apps are: • Mellel word processor with Arabic support • Bookends “Reference management and bibliography app with Mellel integration. ” • Printopia print from iOS using AirPrint, limited to first 10,000 purchases. • Data Rescue “Recover lost or corrupt data ...

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NotifyMe Brings iOS Reminder Service to the Mac [Review]

In a previous post I reviewed NotifyMe for iOS and we have seen and experienced the great functionality combined with easiness and clean design. On the 13th of July 2011 the developing team at PoweryBase has released the Desktop version of NotifyMe for Mac OS X covering your reminder needs from iPhone, iPad to the computer. The app allows for ...

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Sparrow 1.2 Email Client Now With Unified Inbox

Sparrow, a popular email/gmail client for Mac OS X, was updated today. The latest update include support for Facebook avatars, unified inbox and many improvements. Sparrow 1.2 features are: Facebook friends profile pictures integration Add Facebook friends directly from Sparrow Unified Inbox Gravatar support Threading by subject New interface design Dock icon: compose new message on right click Free resizing ...

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Arabic Still Missing in Office 2011 for Mac SP1 Update

Microsoft has released Service Pack 1 for Office 2011 for Mac. And no, Arabic support was not added. The update includes security and stability fixes in addition to adding some features (read more at TMO). To download the update visit Office for Mac’s download page. You can find the author of this post on twitter: @khaled. Arabic version of this ...

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YoruFukurou for Twitter is now a Mac App Store Exclusive

My favorite Mac Twitter client, YoruFukurou, is now available in the Mac App Store. YoruFukurou is a powerful Twitter client with many features not available in the official Twitter client. YoruFukurou also supports filtering tweets and adding multiple tabs with customizable content. Features include: Manage multiple Twitter accounts Create tabs from rules (user IDs, keywords and regular expressions) Create Twitter ...

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Boxcar Brings Notifications to the Mac

Boxcar, one of the best push notification services for iOS, is now available for the Mac. Boxcar delivers notifications from a number of services such as Twitter, Facebook and more. Boxcar for Mac is available in beta and it delivers your notifications to the main menu of your Mac. Boxcar is a free service and the iOS app is free ...

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Firefox 4 Released for Mac

Firefox 4.0 is finally released and is available for Mac, Windows and Linux computers. The latest version include better JavaScript processing, GPU accelerations and many other features. Download links: ِArabic Version (Mac) and English Version (Mac). You can find the author of this post on twitter: @khaled. Arabic version of this post on SaudiMac Arabic Edition. Please follow SaudiMac on ...

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MacUpdate Bundle: 11 Mac Apps for $50 [from $381]

MacUpdate has launched their latest bundle of Mac software. The bundle includes 11 excellent Mac apps available for $50 (187SR) with original value of $381 (1,428SR). Including my favorite 1Password for managing passwords. The bundle includes the following Apps • Parallels Desktop 6.0. Run Windows, Linux, and more on your Mac without rebooting. (US English) • 1Password 3.5.9. Easily manage ...

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FaceTime for Mac Available in Mac App Store

Apple released the FaceTime app for Mac and it’s available in the Mac App Store. FaceTime requires that you log with your current Apple ID (App Store account). You can call any iPhone 4 using the person’s phone number and call any Mac or iPod touch 4 using the person’s email address. FaceTime for Mac supports high definition video on ...

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