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Etcher

Etcher 1.0rc4

No more writing images on corrupted cards and wondering why your device isn't booting. Etcher makes drive selection obvious to avoid wiping your entire hard-drive. Who said burning SD cards has to be an eyesore. Made with JS, HTML, node.js and Electron....

PortAuthority

PortAuthority 7.5 updated

PortAuthority provides a graphical user interface for the MacPorts package management system for Mac OS X. MacPorts is a powerful command-line tool for installing and updating a variety of Unix-based applications for the Mac. Its power, though, comes at...

Photorecovery 2017

Photorecovery 2017 5.1.5.3 updated

PHOTORECOVERY 2017 for Mac is easy-to-use application that recovers images, movies, sound files and other popular file types from all types of digital media, also supports all RAW files and HD Video. Also included are utilities that allow you to safely...

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iPartition

iPartition 3.6 updated

iPartition is a disk partitioning utility for Mac OS X with the ability to resize Mac OS extended (HFS ) partitions and Windows partitions while keeping their contents intact. Additionally, iPartition's intuitive, easy-to-use interface and built-in...

Records Master

Records Master 10.8 updated

Records Master is a secure file manager that allows you to collect important records (such as bank statements, credit card statements, bills, or receipts) or PDFs in a database and allow for: easy addition of new files (importing), organization of files...

FoxTrot Personal Search

FoxTrot Personal Search 5.7.1 updated

Expanding the possibilities of Apple's Spotlight, FoxTrot Personal Search is a powerful find-by-content tool that delivers dynamic categorization, context-sensitive display of found items, flexible relevance-ranking and five different approaches to...

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Retrospective

Retrospective 4.1.0 updated

Retrospective is a faster and better way for IT people to manage their enterprise log data on either Windows, Mac or Linux. It was initially created by us simply because there wasn't any other adequate tool available for the 'real-world' problems which...