Apple’s recent move to pull older versions of discontinued software – including older versions of OS X, Aperture, and more – from the “Purchased” tab of the Mac App Store is not sitting well with some users.
OS X News
Flexibits has released Fantastical 2.1 for Mac, a free update to their popular OS X calendar app. The update offers full support for OS X El Capitan, new reminders features, additional text options, and more.
In addition to the iOS 9 update, Apple also released iTunes 12.3 onto an unsuspecting populace on Wednesday.
Independent developer Feingeist Software GmbH has announced the release of their Shimo 4 VPN Client for the Mac. Shimo 4 is the result of three years of development and user feedback.
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VMWare on Tuesday announced the release of Fusion 8 and Fusion 8 Pro, the latest versions of their virtualization software, designed to run Windows under Mac OS X.
Parallels has released Parallels Desktop 11 for Mac, a new version of their Mac virtualization software package. The new version offers support for OS X 10.11 El Capitan, Windows 10, and always-on access to Cortana, Microsoft’s virtual personal assistant.
Eltima Software has debuted a new free file manager for Mac OS X, Commander One, which is the developer’s first app created entirely in Swift.
As a part of a busy update day – which saw releases of OS X 10.10.5, and iOS 8.4.1 – Apple also released iTunes 12.2.2 for OS X, which includes fixes for Apple Music.
The iPad mini 4 may support split-screen applications in iOS 9. A resource file found in OS X El Capitan indicates support for a split-screen view in Safari on the iPad mini. 9to5Mac: The resource file shown above from the upcoming…
Today’s indie app is Mail Archiver X 3.2 for Mac OS X from Moth Software, an app that serves as a companion to your current email client, offering consolidation, archiving, and permanent storage of emails.
If you were one of those who purchased a license for the highly criticized “security software” product MacKeeper, you’ll be glad to know that the original developers of the title have agreed to a $2 million settlement in a class action lawsuit over deceptive claims and false advertising for the software package.
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An exploit present in OS X 10.10 allows the bad guys to install adware and malware onto a Mac without the need for system passwords.
A team of researchers has created a real-world firmware attack on Macs, based on the Thunderstrike vulnerability discovered last year. ThunderStrike 2 relies on some of the same attack vectors as its namesake.
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