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Fantastical 2.4.5 - Create calendar events and reminders using natural language.

MacUpdate - Mac OS X - 8 hours 2 min ago


Fantastical 2 is the Mac calendar you'll actually enjoy using. Creating an event with Fantastical is quick, easy, and fun:

  • Open Fantastical with a single click or keystroke
  • Type in your event details and press return

...and you're back to what you were doing with a shiny new event in your calendar!

Fantastical's natural-language engine is expressive and intelligent, so you can write in your own style. Fantastical also automatically recognizes the location of your event and can even invite people from your Contacts to the event.



Version 2.4.5:
  • Fantastical's events and reminders are now shown in Spotlight search results (requires macOS 10.12 High Sierra).
  • Improved support for repeating Facebook events
  • Extra Google Hangout and Google Meet notes sent by Google Calendar are now hidden.
  • HTML tags in notes are now hidden.
  • Using AppleScript to add multiple items no longer requires a delay between each parse sentence command.
  • Fixed an issue on macOS 10.13 High Sierra where event tooltips could appear upside down
  • Various fixes and improvements


  • OS X 10.11 or later


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In depth Galaxy S8 Active (T-Mobile) review

Android - 8 hours 2 min ago

I left similar review on T-Mobile's site but thought I give you guys more in-depth review coming from LG G5 and my last Samsung phone being the S3!

First off I got sick of LG's quality. I gave it another chance after the G3 but what could've been a great phone was completely ruined by constant GPS issue even with a temporary fix, the screen burn-in issue that LG should just be sued for like many have said and of course the hardware just isn't up to par where the power button eventually failed within a year; not even a new power button fixed the issue and failed right away where spending nearly $100 for a logic board did not make any sense. Luckily I was able to just upgrade to the S8 Active without having to pay rest of the balance.

The #1 reason why I went with the Active after debating to go with regular S8, S8+ and Note 8 was the battery and rugged design. My primary phone usage has been for productivity, scheduling, running music in the background while having Waze during my commute and occasional gaming and Facebook.

Compared with the S8+ and Note 8 especially, it makes the Active look very generic. But also the curved edge-to-edge infinity screen also just wasn't doing anything for me. Rep also told me he gets numerous complaints about the screen protector falling off as it doesn't cover the entire screen and accidentally trigger the screen while on phone call. So I went with this phone instead.

 

Overall Design
I did notice right away the phone that looks like it already has a case isn't as grippy as I hoped. I bought Spigen slim case that was identical to what I had on my G5 for $10 on Amazon which solved the issue. It felt like I was putting a case on top of a case but it doesn't feel that much bigger.

I love the rounded radius on all four corners. One review about LG V30's horrible corner was true (on Verge https://goo.gl/WvaLxC) that I couldn't believe how ugly it was that it too bothered me to the point of ignoring the whole phone because of it. The S8 Active overall has a very minimalistic yet beautiful design overall. It doesn't feel big at all and surprised the phone actually has 4,000 mAh battery inside.

The screen is very bright and better saturated than my G5. G5 looks very muted as soon as I got the Active. With the OLED no issues reading the screen outside during the day.

I run NOVA launcher prime with gained one row extra coming from the G5. I run 10 rows with 6 columns to maximize the space. I've gone bigger but the icon does get a tad bit small...

 

Camera...WHOA low light hello!*
I've been a photographer (like everyone out there) for about 12 years now. Smartphones never really had the advantage of being able to shoot in low light without having the software crank up the ISO in the worst way possible.

Shockingly, the S8 Active takes really good photos in relatively low light indoors. I've yet to try shooting the sky at night which I do plenty of during summer with my Canon 6D (one summer I had the Nikon D610 which this photo was taken with near Saco Lake in northern NH: https://i.imgur.com/XYZceGn.jpg) If you have the original 6D you know it's still one of the low-light King especially if you pair it with a nice fast lens.

The S8 Active focuses fast in low light as well! I was shocked! Indoors it was shooting at ISO 6400 and it wasn't all that grainy. I'm sure software has something to do with it but it had plenty of details and was surprised a smartphone can do this now. This is the first phone that seem to auto focus relatively quickly and not miss a ton of shots of my daughters. It's actually fun for once to use the phone like a serious secondary camera.

The overall dynamic range on the phone is really good with the HDR turned on. There's no severe dark spots and bright as long as you're not taking a photo in a mid day mixed with heavily shaded objects.

Obviously it won't replace my DSLR any time soon. We're talking apples and oranges. It'll never give you that background blur (at least with today's technology) unless done by software render and melt the background with like my Canon 135 f/2L lens nor be able to utilize flash and other photography gear.

But the technology of being able to have a phone with a camera that's more than adequate to take great photos and print them for wall size photos is possible. Not to mention being able to record 4K videos and solid 60 fps videos in smaller resolution also makes the days of buying HD camcorders and separate system (unless you're doing serious video production) a forgotten thing. It's an 'everyday' type of camera. This obviously doesn't mean you can suddenly become a headshot photographer or real estate photographer taking every picture of anything and call yourself a pro...(I hear this too many times people with DSLR's).

You won't be disappointed with the quality of this camera overall. And that's just the stock photo app that comes with the phone. I've yet to try any app that utilize manual control yet.

 

Battery Life Heavn
In the past I'm constantly charging my phone. It didn't matter which brand or model unless I had an extended battery like I did with my old LG Optimus S (but it was still a battery hog then). Without the LG G5 connected, I could drain 10% battery running Waze with GPS on within 10 minutes.

My S8 Active is running at the factory default optimized performance with mid resolution (though setting it to maximum didn't really make all that much difference?).

I'm at the point where I don't have to worry about my battery life. Last night while watching a movie, I was browsing Reddit, some Facebook, played a bit of a game for FOUR hours. Battery life? Only lost 15%! 15% in four hours! I remember having to take my 10,000 mAh battery bank if I traveled with my G5 in case the battery ran low. I could easily eat up 25% if I played heavy gaming within couple hours with the LG. This morning alone, with my screen on 100% brightness, I ran Waze for full 30 minutes WITH Google Play running in the background and lost only 6% without charging!

The S8 runs really cool temperature wise! I have yet to feel the phone get warm let alone feel hot like it did with the G5. After playing more 3D intense games like Need for Speed, my phone would get almost hot. This phone almost runs near cool temperature no matter what I throw at. Probably explain also why the battery life is even better on top.

Obviously, because of the battery size, 4,000 mAh does take a little longer to charge using my Aukey 3A wall charger. I have not tried wireless charging so I cannot comment on that right now. With the USB generic 500 mAh charging, it charges very slow. With the wall charger from 50% battery life it takes roughly an hour. So I'm assuming it takes full two hours from 0% to 100% is my best guess. Not bad at all.

 

Rugged Design
The phone feels good. There's a point where being 'light' could backfire and drop it easily like I did with my old phones. Not too heavy, not light but just right. The ergonomics with the phone being taller than wider still feels natural. It didn't feel all that different from G5 with the spec of the width being so similar. I was a little afraid but but knowing it's IP68, I tried using the phone in a steady rain outside last week. This was before I put my case on and seems like it handled it just fine. Not that I would put any water under a faucet but being able to just take it out of my pocket, not worry about getting it wet and use it like those old Nextel flip phones is actually a really nice feature! Technically I can use this phone in the tub and even if I accidentally drop it it won't ruin the phone...not something I would've attempted with other phones obviously.

I haven't dropped the phone yet and hopefully it doesn't happen any time soon. We'll see how long this screen lasts (waiting on a screen protector at the moment).

 

Audio
Not much to complain nor explain here. Crystal clear phone calls, and loud speaker output. It's louder than the G5 and can play with full volume and still hear it just fine while taking a shower. I couldn't do that with the G5.

S8 Active also comes with a nice AKG earbuds! I did not see this in some of the unboxing videos; perhaps it's exclusive to T-Mobile, I do not know. While I use my Bose QC35 the earbuds are a nice backup or during summer when it gets too hot for me to be wearing the QC35 outside or when I'm in my woodshop.

 

GPS
The GPS locks in FAST. Maybe coming from G5 that even on a brand new state it took 10 seconds. Waze pretty much connects within seconds as long as you have the high accuracy mode turned on. Google maps and anything GPS related also has the same result. Good stuff right here.

 

Network is Faster?! Gigabit LTE!
At least for T-Mobile this is one of only two phones on the market right now that will eventually take advantage of the 600MHz T-Mobile they bought awhile back for increased signal (that can penetrate walls better they say). People in Maine I know will be able to really take advantage of this down the road.

With the Gigabit LTE technology This phone at least on my T-Mobile takes advantage with the speed almost tripled even behind walls seems to be better either way. While I was topping out at 20-25 MBps where I work, it's hitting nearly 80 Mbps! The upload is always capped around 10-12 Mbps.

One of the reasons why I moved to T-Mobile after years of waiting patiently with Sprint for them to upgrade their LTE towers that just weren't happening...not even almost 10 years later there are dead zones everywhere. I have about 95% coverage now where I drive frequently and between many rural towns around New Hampshire. Not having voice for emergency was an absolute deal breaker for me with Sprint so I sucked it up but was happy to pay the extra $25/month now with T-Mo.

 

Some Con's
No phone is perfect and the S8 Active doesn't get a perfect score either. At least for me it's been the Bluetooth. Once in awhile I have to disconnect/reconnect my Bluetooth through the phone in the car. Otherwise the songs would have this odd skip that happens no matter what app I'm using to to play music (Google Music, YouTube, etc). It seems like a known issue but the disconnect/reconnect seem to help.

Bloatware isn't terrible. Some can be disabled but Samsung's health apps are pretty neat so I've been using that as well.

 

Sensors
Speaking of sensors, the barometer can be utilized for altitude and other measurements (?). The fingerprint sensor while it feels smaller than the G5's round button integrated with power, it's responsive and makes unlocking and logging in (especially) to secure banking and other sites a breeze. If there's anything great about the fingerprint technology is that! Combine with LastPass or any password manager app, it's rare that I ever have to manually enter the credentials on any sites these days.

The heartbeat sensor, stress measurement (not sure how accurate they are) and the pedometer that runs in the background. I'm wayyyy below average as far as my daily walk. I barely get the 6,000 steps on a good day (I heard Amish people get 35,000 steps a day on average!).

 

NFC
I actually have not used this feature; on the G5 since I rooted, it automatically disabled it per Google apparently. It'll be useful but to use NFC payment you need the lock screen on of course so I haven't bothered testing it out.

 

Root = NO Bueno
While I was bummed to find out after I got the phone this phone likely will not see root like other Active series, it runs smooth and enough that I don't feel root is necessary. I can still run Tasker and run most of the profiles like I did with my rooted G5. The only thing I started seeing of course were ads in apps. I couldn't believe how much ads were in these apps! Again not a deal breaker but do miss having root in many ways especially for running Xposed and customizing the phone and screen further.

 

Other Miscellaneous Items
The flashlight by default isn't too bright and didn't realize from the drop down you have to select the actual text to adjust the brightness. Even then I noticed this phone doesn't have a super bright LED's like it did with the G5. Not a huge issue though. The light seems more spread out like a flood type than spot.

Other shortcuts and features I like is the swipe with the palm to take a screenshot, hand gesture to take a photo and many features that aren't exactly new either.

 

Overall
So this phone is definitely a phone I'm in love with. I've yet to find anything that sticks out that bug me or regret my purchase. And hope that this will be a beast of a phone but with the amazing battery life at least for the next couple years. It's a workhorse phone; it's not some flashy flagship phone nor the latest and greatest yet underneath what seems like your everyday phone has hidden gems underneath with enormous battery life, performance and network speed. If you're aiming for functionality more so than aesthetics, this is definitely the phone for YOU.

 

Summary of Pro's and Con's
Pro's
* Gorgeous screen
* Amazing battery life
* Rugged with IP68 waterproof design
* Crisp audio and loud speaker
* Fast camera and low light shooting capability
* Insane network speed even behind a wall
* Responsive sensors including heart rate monitor

Con's * Occasional Bluetooth issue
* Bloatware
* No Root
* Minimalistic and almost a dull design

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VirtuaScore Basketball 1.2.1 - An aesthetically pleasing basketball scoreboard.

MacUpdate - Mac OS X - 8 hours 6 min ago


VirtuaScore Basketball is a basketball scoreboard program as beautiful as your Mac. Packed with a variety of features and a sense of elegant design, it's everything you could want in a scoreboard. VirtuaScore is perfect for schools, sports organizations and fans alike.

Features
  • Easy Control - VirtuaScore's floating control panel window puts all of the most common controls front and center, so updating the score and resetting the shot clock is quick and easy. You can even perfrom almost any action with a quick keyboard shortcut. Made a mistake? Undo any change with a quick keystroke.
  • Customization - VirtuaScore is customizable! Make a scoreboard to suit your needs, with customizable Home and Away score labels and graphics. You can also set the period and shot clock duration for each game.
  • Design - VirtuaScore simply looks like it belongs on the Mac. With brushed aluminum and glass style, the realistic seven-segment score displays seemingly glow off the computer screen.
  • Plus...
    • Windowed and full-screen modes
    • Realistic display graphics
    • Authentic buzzer sound
    • Save scoreboards to use again
    • Set clock to tenths of a second
    • Drag and drop team graphics
    • Optional floating control panel
    • Snow Leopard and Lion Compatible
    • Scoreboard fits any monitor, including projectors
    • Install on all of your Macs


Version 1.2.1:

Note: Now requires a 64-bit Intel processor

  • Added "Auto Clear Fouls" option in Preferences; automatically resets fouls to 0 when the period advances
  • Undo / redo now works with player fouls.
  • New HD icon
  • Now 64-bit only


  • OS X 10.6 or later


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eBook: 5 emerging rails cybersecurity standards

With massive capital investments in rail infrastructure and technology, many countries understand that it’s time cybersecurity standards prescribe technology that prevents cyberattacks from entering critical signaling and control networks. Unidirectional Gateway technology has featured throughout these standards as best practice for protecting control networks. Download Waterfall’s eBook detailing global rail standards’ view on industrial control systems cybersecurity and Unidirectional Gateway technology.

Tap Forms 5.2.5 - $49.99

MacUpdate - Mac OS X - 8 hours 20 min ago


Tap Forms helps you organize all kinds of things in one place - secure, searchable, and accessible on your Mac (iOS + Apple Watch app sold separately). How can one app organize everything? Because not only can you use and customize the 33 built-in templates but you can create your own "forms" for inputting any kind of information, even if that information includes pictures, doodles, audio recordings, calculations, file attachments, ratings, or even links to other forms. This makes it almost like building your very own customized organization app.

Features
  • Capture your way: add a picture, type some text, attach a file - there are 23 different types of information that can be captured with Tap Forms.
  • Organize your way: Create and design custom forms exactly how you want to for optimal organization. Get started with one of our ready-to-go form templates, or easily make a custom one from scratch with our integrated form building tools.
  • Store confidential data with confidence: Tap Forms' security settings let you optionally require a password, and even auto-lock when idle for a custom period of time. Using AES encryption, you can rest easy knowing your data is safe and secure.
  • Import, export, share: It’s easy to import your data from existing files, so getting started is a breeze. Import your data from text, CSV, Bento and more. Exporting allows you to share with Mac, Windows, and Linux users.
Advanced Features
  • Layout designer for creating custom form layouts
  • Sync with Tap Forms for iOS and Mac with or without the cloud
  • Advanced search rules with multi-field record filtering
  • Lightning-fast search
  • Share form templates with friends, family, and co-workers
  • Import and export standard text, CSV and XLSX files from Excel, Numbers, or other systems
  • Print 24 different types of barcodes including ISBN, UPC, Code 39, QR code, EAN, and more!
  • Label printing engine includes over 1,000 Avery label templates
  • Print record details


Version 5.2.5:
  • Section heading fields can now be collapsed and expanded, just like on the iOS version.
  • Added Use Auto-Complete function to Text fields (Tap Forms will generate an auto-complete pop-up list of values from other values for that field in your form -- similar to Excel and Numbers)
  • Added UUID() function to the formula editor to generate a universally unique identifier.
  • Added function to let you use an emoji character to set the form's icon
  • Added Description property to the Field so you can describe what each of your fields is for (when you hover over a field title in your form, a tooltip will display the contents of the field's Description property)
  • If Cloudant sync gives a request too large error, Tap Forms will now take you to the record that caused the sync error so you can correct the issue.
  • Added support for exporting table fields to CSV files
  • Fixed crash when clicking on a table or link-to-form-field table when you had no records in it
  • Added formula Result Type to the field properties when a calculation field is selected (makes it possible to see the result type without having to edit the formula)
  • The formula editor now tells you what type each function returns (e.g., number, text, or date).
  • Changed default delimiter to semi-colon for the formula editor
  • Added support for inserting the date, time, and date and time into a note field (available from the new Insert submenu on the Edit menu)
  • The Print table of records function will now print the fields in the same order they are set to on the multi-column list view.
  • Added Russian localization
  • Other bug fixes


  • OS X 10.12 or later


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DXC execs: Here's ANOTHER deadline for skills profiling

The Register - 8 hours 21 min ago
Staff got until 26 January to load bullets on employment gun

DXC Technologies' employees still reluctant to upload their "skill profile" onto a company database they fear will be used in the next big redundancy rounds yesterday got a ticking off from top brass.…

Developer Instruments 1.3 - App-development utilities.

MacUpdate - Mac OS X - 8 hours 28 min ago

Developer Instruments helps to translate your app description into any of more than 100 languages ​​in one click, change the content and name of files based on the changes list, and create an app icon (ICNS).

  • Multilingual Text Translator:
    • Enter the source text
    • Create the words and phrases list that you do not need to translate (app name, company name, etc.)
    • Click "Run" and you instantly get translation of your text into all selected languages
  • Multilingual Text Translator features:
    • Translates into any of more than 100 languages
    • Detects the source language automatically
    • Ability to select several languages ​​for translation
    • Ability to create the words and phrases list that you do not want to translate
    • Save / load the translation result to an external file. Note: You need an Internet connection to translate
  • Files Changer:
    • Select the folder with the files to which you want to make changes
    • Create a changes list
    • Click "Run" and you instantly get the modified files in the destination folder
  • Files Changer features:
    • Changes the part of word, the entire word, the phrase in the content and name of files based on the changes list
    • Changes words and phrases in all files of the source folder and subfolders
    • Ability to enable / disable the replacement in the file names
    • Ability to enable / disable replacement in the file contents
    • The changes list can contain any number of replacement rules
    • Ability to save / load settings to an external file
  • Icon Maker:
    • Select the source image file
    • Select the destination directory
    • Click "Run" and you instantly get ICNS icon
  • Icon Maker features:
    • Supports the most commonly used image file types: .psd, .ai, .png, .tiff, .gif, .jpg, .icns and other file types
    • Ability to generate all required resolutions from a single file
    • Ability to generate all required resolutions from multiple files
    • Ability to use source files of different sizes


Version 1.3:
  • Added languages list to the menu bar
  • Added the ability to copy translated text to the clipboard by clicking the menu-bar item


  • OS X 10.8 or later


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Home Control 1.7.2 - HomeKit alternative.

MacUpdate - Mac OS X - 8 hours 30 min ago

HomeControl is a HomeKit alternative for MacOS. It controls Philips Hue lights and Belkin Wemo switches. This app is additionally capable of controlling iHome switches, but support for this is experimental and currently requires having your iHome API key to input into the app settings.

Features
  • All devices can be controlled individually or in groups.
  • Supports colors, brightness, saturation
  • Supports scenes with full control of scene devices and settings
  • Device groups can be set to also control subgroups (i.e., an "Office Lights" group can also control a "Desk Lamps" subgroup).
  • Menu-bar control allows quick access to all groups and devices.
  • Full configuration can be saved to disk. This allows easy configuration of multiple networked macOS computers.
  • Fully tested with multiple Philips Hue extended color lights, Wemo Insight, Wemo Switch, Wemo Lightswitch, iHome iSP6


Version 1.7.2:
  • [New] Adjust color temperatures of Hue white ambiance lights
  • [New] Control Hue white ambiance in scenes with many other types of devices
  • Faster and better
  • Improved group list display


  • OS X 10.11 or later


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Memory Pictures 1.3.1 - Embed location and text in a photo's header (was Memory Pics).

MacUpdate - Mac OS X - 8 hours 32 min ago


Memory Pictures (was Memory Pics) helps you keep your memories alive by assisting you in embedding the location and journal entries within the photo header. We all take photos with our digital cameras and smartphones and it certainly is a great way to look back at where we came from and where we have been to. However, a picture alone may not paint the whole story.

A photo may paint a thousand words but a few words added to the photo would certainly bring back memories of the special occasion. Memory Pictures was developed to let you do just that.



Version 1.3.1:
  • This update checks if the system supports the Vibrant Black theme before applying it. If the Vibrant Dark theme is not supported, it will reverted to the default theme.


  • OS X 10.9 or later


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Monosnap 3.4.9 - Versatile screenshot utility with easy sharing features.

MacUpdate - Mac OS X - 8 hours 34 min ago


Monosnap lets you capture screenshots, share files, and record video and .gifs!

Features
  • Capture
    • Capture full screen, just part of the screen, or a selected window
    • Make your crop area pixel perfect with our 8x magnifier
    • Customize hotkeys
    • Make timed screenshot
    • Record screencasts
    • Highlight details while recording a video
  • Annotate and Edit
    • Highlight important details with pen, text, arrows and shapes
    • Hide private information with blur tool
    • Open snapshots in your favorite external editor
  • Save and share
    • Login to get free cloud storage space
    • Connect Monosnap to Evernote, Dropbox, CloudApp, Yandex.Disk and Box.com
    • Add your personal FTP, SFTP, WebDAV or S3 server
    • Upload files and images by dropping them to the menubar icon
    • Drag-and-drop right from the editor
    • Use your own FTP,SFTP or WebDAV server
    • Share your snapshots in one click
    • Upload your videos on YouTube or Monosnap

Note: This application contains in-app and/or external module purchases.



Version 3.4.9:
  • Bug fixes and performance improvements


  • OS X 10.11 or later


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Thortspace 1.4.26 - 3D visual thinking for creative brainstorming.

MacUpdate - Mac OS X - 8 hours 36 min ago

Thortspace is a 3D visual thinking for creative brainstorming, problem solving, collaborative research and education. Beyond 3D mind mapping - reflecting how minds work.

Thortspace diverges from conventional mind-mapping and concept-mapping software in a number of ways:

  • Maps are structured around the surfaces of one or more spheres which are presented to the user in 3D
  • Map-nodes (called "thorts" in the product) can be associated in groups according to proximity, as well as connected by paths
  • Paths can be made to connect thort to group, thort to thort, group to group, thort to sphere, group to sphere, sphere to sphere
  • Multiple alternative arrangements of subsets of nodes can be stored and transitioned between
  • The concept of "Journeys" allows a series of viewpoints of maps in the 3D space to be visited sequentially, so as to make something of the form of a presentation
  • The product supports a rudimentary implementation of social networking and a newsfeed that allows users to track their own and others contributions across collaborative spheres
Features
  • Supports a consistent interface and data sharing across all major operating system platforms and devices: Linux, Windows, MacOSX, iOS and Android
  • 3D associative and linking structures based on spheres
  • Linking and association at multiple different levels of structure
  • Real-time collaboration
  • Sharing by email, social networking account, or by private link
  • 1-click publishing to the web
  • Thorts can contain images, URL links, and be colour coded in multiple alternative categorizations
  • Thortspace is designed to support:
  • Experimental multi-perspectival reflection and play,
  • The creation of chunks of thinking as building blocks that can be used to build thinking structures,
  • Process-orientation - thortspace empowers the journey, not just the destination,
  • Synthesis as well as analysis


Version 1.4.26:
  • Fixes a variety of crash bugs, including one involving switching sphere while applying various editing states


  • OS X 10.7 or later


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Debit & Credit 2.6.1 - Personal finance manager.

MacUpdate - Mac OS X - 8 hours 38 min ago


Debit & Credit can help you better manage your finances by providing the most relevant reports possible. It is designed with simplicity and convenience in mind. Based on the reports generated by the app, you can get a clear understanding of what is happening to your financial position and what you need to do to improve it.

You can create an unlimited number of transactions every day in the free version of the app. However, to have more than two accounts in the app, you will need to purchase Premium version via in-app purchase.

Note: This application contains in-app and/or external module purchases.



Version 2.6.1:
  • Option to have two reports displayed side-by-side (Mac and iPad only) - This is very useful when you want to compare expenses between two different time periods. When adding a second report, the app will automatically suggest the most relevant date period for it.
  • Support for mixed split categories - In very rare cases you might want to create a transaction that will include both expense and income split categories. To use this feature, hold Option while clicking on "+" when creating a split category.
  • Visual improvements to "How my spending is changing?" report - Now this report is much easier to read when you compare multiple categories.
  • Exporting transactions from reports - When using "What do I spend my money on?" report, you can export transactions from a particular expense category to a CSV file. To do that, just right-click a category in a report and select the relevant menu item. The same feature applies to "Where do I spend my money?" and "What are my sources of income?" reports.
  • Premium version is now a subscription - Nobody likes subscriptions, but unfortunately this is the only way to make app development sustainable these days. There are too many financial apps that were abandoned by their developers because keeping them updated was no longer feasible. I want to develop Debit & Credit further and further, and the only way to do that is to have a subscription. Existing customers who purchased premium version for Mac will continue enjoying premium benefits on their Mac devices (similarly, if you purchased premium for iOS, you will continue having premium there).


  • OS X 10.11 or later


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Hivebench 1.5.8 - Lab notebook.

MacUpdate - Mac OS X - 8 hours 44 min ago

Hivebench is a lab assistant that helps you do smart science, easily, securely and collaboratively.



Version 1.5.8:
  • Insert multiple reagents in experiments at once
  • Update default text size for consistent mobile, desktop, web, and PDF layouts


  • OS X 10.9 or later


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Shield VPN 1.2 - VPN with unlimited traffic.

MacUpdate - Mac OS X - 8 hours 47 min ago

Shield VPN is a VPN with no registration and unlimited VPN traffic.

Shield VPN is free to download and offers 7-days trials for monthly subscriptions. We offer four auto-renewing subscription options:

  • 1 month: $9.99
  • 1 year: $23.99 ($1.99/mo)

Note: This application contains in-app and/or external module purchases.



Version 1.2:
  • Minor bug fixes


  • OS X 10.11 or later


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SuperDraw 4.0 - Create business graphics and presentations.

MacUpdate - Mac OS X - 8 hours 49 min ago


SuperDraw is a powerful and easy-to-use graphics program for creating business graphics, diagrams, illustrations, layouts, advertisements, and presentations.

  • Simple and Intuitive: SuperDraw lets you draw any object easily, including rectangles, ellipses, polygons, stars, arrows, arcs, lines, and Bezier paths. The app lets you drag and drop JPEG images directly into any page. You can also add text by simply clicking on a page and typing.
  • Advanced Capabilities: SuperDraw lets you resize, rotate, scale, and skew any text, graphics, or image. You can also group objects together, and convert any text or shape into an editable Bezier path by ungrouping. In addition, you can add translucent colors, gradients, and texture fills to any text or shape. For precision placement, the app lets you align objects to a grid and enter exact measurements in inches, points, or centimeters.
  • Multiple Layers and Pages: SuperDraw lets you work with multiple layers and with any number of pages in a document. You can also cut, copy, and paste any layer or page from one document to another. The app lets you zoom from 10% to 6400% for detailed editing, and edit objects directly even in reduced and thumbnail views.
  • Illustrated User Guide: SuperDraw has a comprehensive user guide with illustrated instructions on using the advanced text, graphics, and image editing features.


Version 4.0:
  • General performance improvements and fixes


  • OS X 10.8 or later


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Widdling Frenchman comes eye to eye with horror toilet python

The Register - 8 hours 52 min ago
'I could very well have been bitten in a sensitive place, if you know what I mean'

A lucky Frenchman has narrowly avoided having his todger bitten by a python that crawled up his U-bend.…

Elyoum 1.2 - Islamic calendar that shows historical events and sunnah fasting.

MacUpdate - Mac OS X - 8 hours 52 min ago


Elyoum sits on your menubar, showing the Islamic calendar, along with the historical events and the sunnah fasting.



Version 1.2:
  • Added a notification for fasting the day before
  • Updated a few UI elements
  • Fixed launch at log-in


  • OS X 10.11 or later


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Swipe features on Android are lacking.

Android - 9 hours 13 min ago

First of all I would like to say that I just switched back to android after about 3 years on ios and im really satisfied. I do however have one question. Why are android apps so reluctant to use swipe features? Ios apps seem to always have some that make things so much smoother. Here are some examples:

Spotify: swipe to queue. You can queue multiple songs so quickly just by swiping a title to the side. On android you have to long press a title and then press queue song, and tbh ive misclicked sooo many times so far and accidentally changed the song.

Whatsapp: swiping right or left either shows message info or quick reply to a message from a friend (a blessing in group chat btw) the quick reply on android is kinda quick as well tho, so thats just a minor nitpick. The info button however is awful, first you long press and then you press the info button up top.

Reddit App Narwhal: Hoooly shit I miss this app so so much. I honestly dislike all other reddit apps aftrr using Narwhal. Swipe right to save, long-swipe right for more options, swipe left to upvote, long-swipe left for downvote. Everything is just so fkn simple and elegant. Reddit is Fun is alright but its just not the same level of elegance and simplicity.

So I guess what im wondering is if there is a reason for android not using these features for ease of access. Is there something in the android programming that makes it hard or has it just not been introduced by anyone yet?

PS: I just want to stress that I am in no way unsatisfied with android, i love it. This is seriously the only thing that is bothering me about android, otherwise im cool as ice.

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