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Apps Stories November 27, 2012

Yelp, Adobe Ideas, Robots for iPad, Scan, Rdio, Pocket for Mac, and more

9to5Mac once again scoured the App Store for the most notable apps that launched, updated, or announced news recently and gathered them in our usual list below. Today’s crop includes a new app about Robots, iPhone 5 support for an Adobe app, milestone news from a QR-code reader, and more. Keep checking the roundup, as […]

Apps Stories November 6, 2012

All of your Election Day apps right here…

9to5Mac scoured Apple’s App Store and the Web for the most talked about, best-rated or just plain interesting apps related to the 2012 U.S. Presidential Election, the candidates and their respective campaigns, and general news coverage for election night. Check out the roundup below; we will continually update throughout the day. Oh, and check out […]

Apps Stories April 15, 2012

Final Cut Pro X update coming later this year with multichannel audio editing tools, RED Camera support, more

Prior to the Final Cut Pro X unveiling and release last year, Apple showcased some of the new features to a small group of professional videos editors. This was in order to prepare these editors for Apple’s drastic change in their direction for professional video editing. Those meetings were off the record, but today, Apple […]

Apps Stories October 1, 2012

New clause in Apple’s App Store guidelines could kill app promotion apps market

A large number of iOS users were disappointed to run into a “bug” last night that repeatedly asked users to agree to new terms and conditions. The problem, which is not uncommon when a high volume of users attempt to activate the new T&C’s at once, is now fixed. In related news, some may be surprised to learn that Apple’s newly updated App Store review guidelines include a new clause that could restrict the way apps advertise other apps and promotions within their own. It could also mean trouble for promotional app services such as FreeAppADay and other cross-promotional apps that often have the power to sway App Store chart rankings. first noticed the new clause that appeared in Apple’s updated guidelines a couple of weeks ago:

Apps Stories August 15, 2012

Microsoft: No immediate plans to fix Retina support issues in Office 2011

When Microsoft updated Office 2011 for Mac for Mountain Lion late last month, Retina display users quickly noticed Outlook was the only app to receive updated Retina graphics. One user described the remaining Office apps as “very blurry and tough on the eyes” on the new Retina MacBook Pro. Unfortunately, it does not look like Microsoft plans a fix anytime soon. A response from the Office for Mac Team explained Word, Excel, and PowerPoint would continue to run in the same resolution as on non-Retina Macs:

Outlook for Mac 2011 already supports Retina Display and the remaining apps will have the same viewing quality as on any non-Retina device. Unfortunately at this time, we cannot comment on any future updates regarding supporting Retina on Word, Excel or PowerPoint… Hope that helps!

(via MacWorld)

Apps Stories September 1, 2012

Roxio updates Toast Titanium 11.1: Fully Cocoa-ized, Mountain Lion/Gatekeeper compatible, hundreds of changes/fixes

Update: Commenters pointed out the update is not going well…so proceed with caution.

As Roxio’s Toast moves from burning DVDs and BluRays to a “media toolkit” that allows easy social sharing and converting of audio/video (as well as burning/archiving), it is also getting updated with new Macintosh features. Today, Roxio’s Optical media burning software goes to 11.1 and adds the following updates:

  • Toast has been fully Cocoa-ized – Hundreds of changes and fixes implemented as a part of this effort
  • Added OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion compatibility
  • Added support for recording to 100GB and 128GB BDXL media
  • Implemented Gatekeeper Support
  • Web-Video feature improvements
    • Requires using Safari to capture web-video
    • YouTube users may need to OPT OUT of HTML5 Trial
  • Mountain Lion users will need to update to 10.8.1 or later to publish video to YouTube

The boxed package is $99, the non-App Store download is $79, and a Toast 10-to-11 upgrade is $59. Amazon also has it for $52, while the free update to 11.1 is here.

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