Latest updates for Leopard

Latest updates for Leopard

Roxio has released Toast 8 Titanium 8.0.3, the latest version of its disc burning software for the Mac. The update resolves several issues related to running the utility on the latest version of Apple’s operating system, including resolving a Problem related to the low quality of music DVDs created in that version of the operating system.

Roxio has also released Popcorn’s Leopard-compatible update, Popcorn 3.0.2. This product review solves a number of problems related to handling the format and preservation of DVD chapters during recording.

Ambrosia Software has presented a new version of its FTP application, Dragster 1.0.4. This release provides compatibility with Leopard, as well as a number of other enhancements and troubleshooting.

Another update for Leopard is RouteBuddy 1.5, a free update to the GPS mapping application for Mac OS X with native support for Garmn, TomTom (B), and NMEA GPS devices.

Bicartel Software has recently presented PandoraJam 1.2, adding support for Apple Remote control, as well as improvements in recording, new control options and the resolution of problems detected in the previous version of the product. This is a free update for registered users.

Calamus 1.11 incorporates support for Leopard. This application of 129 EUR, allows the import of iPhoto calendars to allow users to print these calendars at a lower price than set by Apple, using the alternative service Photographerbook.

The Mac OS X system utility Xupport 3.4 has also updated its internal security technology, along with other enhancements and troubleshooting. This application allows users to configure hidden Unix options of Mac OSX, increase system security and performance, as well as maintain a backup of Mac OS X.