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AirPrint on Mac OS X with Printopia and FingerPrint

With Apple pulling AirPrint support just before the release of Mac OS 10.6.5, an opportunity has opened up for developers to one-up Apple with third-party tools that can share your printers over Wi-Fi for your iOS 4.2 devices. Our Apple-crazed brothers and sisters over at TUAW have put two offerings, Printopia and FingerPrint, through their paces. They found that both products essentially...

Reeder for iPad updated for iOS 4.2 with background syncing

Reeder, one of our must have apps for the iPad, has just received an update for iOS4.2. Finally, iPad users can take advantage of iOS4's multitasking capabilities, with Reeder able to complete its synchronization when running in the background. It's difficult to truly describe how useful this is going to be for users with large RSS lists, as it can take a good while to sync and cache all that...

Adobe Acrobat X Standard and Pro now available for trial and purchase

Adobe's latest update to its professional PDF authoring solution, Acrobat X, is now available to download and purchase. Bringing Acrobat in line with the rest of the updated Adobe PDF universe, this update brings with it a couple of new program features and tighter integration into the Acrobat.com working environment. New guided 'Actions' allow you to automate repetitive tasks, and more...

Snagit for Mac comes out of beta -- First hands on

Here at DownloadSquad, we're pretty heavy users of screenshot software -- whether it be an operating system's built-in tools, or a third-party app, taking screenshots forms part of our day-to-day routine. We've covered the PC version of Snagit extensively in the past, but now that the beta version of Snagit for Mac has hit release candidate it's time to take a look through what you can expect....

Skyfire is back in the App Store, made available 'in batches'

Skyfire, the new Flash video-capable browser for iOS which Sam reviewed yesterday, is back in the iTunes App Store. It was pulled by its developers a couple of days ago due to problems their transcoding servers had trying to cope with increased traffic demand. It looks like in the mean time they've managed to find a few more servers to shoulder the load and are now slowly making the app available...

First hands-on: Skyfire for iPhone reviewed -- Flash video on your iPhone

Well, what do we have here? On sale for less than a day, and it was pulled because the developers couldn't cope with the high demand. But was that demand warranted? Is Skyfire the answer to a Flash-craving iPhone user's prayers, or is it all hype and no substance? I took a good look to find out how it fares in our continuing iOS browser review series. Features Being built on the iOS...

Microsoft Office 2011 for Mac now available

Microsoft has officially released the retail version of Office 2011 for Mac. This update to the popular software suite includes Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Messenger, and adds Outlook to the Mac version of Office for the first time. Microsoft's cloud focus is evident in Office 2011, with Office Web app integration, cloud storage via Skydrive and networked file sharing with SharePoint. Design nerds...

iOS Browser Review: iCab Mobile

Apple's mobile incarnation of Safari on iOS is certainly one of the best mobile browsers in the business. It's pretty fast, handles rendering well, and will even sync bookmarks with your desktop. But it's not perfect – there are many things it can't do, and although Apple won't allow browsers on the App Store that use their own rendering engines, there's a whole host of WebKit-based...

Pixelmator adds 'world first' WebP support

Google recently announced the WebP image format boasting 40% greater image compression over JPEG and JPEG2000, and just this morning we covered a plug-in that brings browser support for the fledgling standard. Now Pixelmator, the slick Mac image editing suite that we've covered several times before, has added "the world's first" WebP compatibility into its armory. In the words of the Pixelmator...

Microsoft Security Essentials now provides free antivirus protection for Small Businesses

There are a lot of great, free antivirus programs for Windows -- as long as you're using those programs at home. When it comes to options for the workplace, there's really nothing available for free. At least, not until now. Starting in October, Microsoft is opening up the licensing for Security Essentials and will allow small businesses up to 10 users to utilize one of the top-rated, free...

Google Wave lives on -- as Novell Pulse

Granted, the majority of us will never use it since it's an enterprise solution, but Wave is still alive and kicking in many ways as the underlying base for Novell Pulse. Due to be released sometime in the second-half of the year, the project is nearly ready for its debut into the exciting world of conferences, collaborative document editing, and boardroom stick-figure doodling. Though largely...

FontFonter lets you preview a website with FontShop's commercial fonts

FontFonter is a neat tool from FontShop that lets you render a live copy of any Web page using FontShop's proprietary Web fonts. Font prices are in the hundreds of dollars (the "affordable" ones are around the $150 mark), so it's certainly nice to be able to preview what your site will look like with such a font before spending all of that money. It would be truly great (and magnanimous, even)...

Openappmkt: An iOS web app for iOS web apps

Openappmkt, which is apparently in subtle beta, is exactly what it sounds like: An open market for web apps. At the moment it seems to only be intended for iOS, and the selection of web apps currently inhabiting the market is minute compared to the actual App Store, but it definitely has potential. The market is fairly slick and clean when viewed with a regular browser, but loading it on an iOS...

Looking for an OS X Tumblr app? myTumblr is a pretty snazzy option

Aside from Tumblr's oft-broken web interface, there are some reasons that you may be looking for a desktop app to handle your tumbling. If that's the case for you, myTumblr is at least worth checking out -- it's free to try, and could be well worth the $14.99 price tag if you're a serious Tumblr user. myTumblr more or less acts as a direct replacement for the Tumblr Dashboard. It does have some...

iPhone Tap Tap fans rejoice! Tapulous is now bringing Nirvana to your fingertips

If you're an iPhone owner and Tap Tap Revenge fan, you may be surprised (and pretty excited) to see that Tapulous has devoted a whole Tap Tap installment to Nirvana this week. I know I was surprised, considering the last couple of artist-based releases have been Lady Gaga and Justin Bieber... but I digress. Nirvana Revenge [iTunes link] brings 13 tracks and a pretty clean theme to the table, and...