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iKeepActive Lite 1.1.2 Released

Published on October 21, 2012 by in Releases

Added a new mechanism for tracking when scheduled activities are due in Mountain Lion. – For earlier versions of OS X, the Applescript system is still used for tracking due activities. – Rearranged the flow of information on the Summary View for ease of the new user. – Added 4 more available activities. – Quite

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iCaption – Development Life After 2.0

Development on iCaption 2.0 stopped over a month ago, winding down to the final phases before the end of the release cycle. While this version is huge, with many great new features, there are some wish list items which just couldn’t make the cut. The most notable and sought-after feature, by myself and from customers,

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iCaption 2.0.0 Released

Published on October 12, 2012 by in Releases

The new major version bump to iCaption 2.0 is warranted, because this update is huge! I have taken into consideration the helpful input from customers, and have applied these ideas into a tangible, intuitive user experience. The main focus of this release is the new and powerful timeline editing which increases your workflow productivity, with

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iKeepActive 1.2.2 Released

Published on October 12, 2012 by in Releases

The latest version of iKeepActive (1.2.2) is now available in the Mac App Store now. The release focus is on Mountain Lion Fixes, but other features and improvements have also been added so updating is recommended for everyone on 64-bit Intel Macs. – Added a new mechanism for tracking when scheduled activities are due in

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Switched to WordPress

To keep everyone updated on all of my products in a timely manner with less maintenance overhead, this site is now powered by WordPress. Enjoy the new site.

 
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