What’s Coming Up Next? – Tom Bluewater Introducing Firestorms for macOS

Mac application Firestorms

TOKYO (Tom Bluewater) – It has been more than one month and a half since I released a new software title. What have I been up to lately? Actually, I’ve been whipping myself very hard to work on a new desktop application, which I’m ready to release today. This new software title is called Firestorms.

Firestorms is a document-based application that deals with graphics, maybe, similar to Preview. Actually, I wanted to develop something similar to Adobe Fireworks. But the task has been quite tough, doing everything all by myself. To this extent, it’s half-baked.   Continue reading

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What’s Coming Up Next? – Tom Bluewater Introducing TextJungler for macOS

Mac application TextJungler

TOKYO (Tom Bluewater) – Cold, cold, cold! I hate cold weather. But there’s nothing that I can do about it. I’ve heard that they are in the 70s in the U.S. Mid-west. Some people are water-skiing there in the winter. Well, after 10 days of absence, I am finally ready to publish a new desktop application, which is called TextJungler.

TextJungler is a text editor that is built especially for software developers who need to use the Find & Replace function in working with lines of code.

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What’s Coming Up Next? – Tom Bluewater Introducing Checkers, Stripes and More for macOS

Mac application Checkers, Stripes and More

TOKYO (Tom Bluewater) – Rainy days are finally over, and we now have sunny days. Hopefully, this seasonal trend will continue onto January, 2020.

Anyway, submitted to Mac App Store several minutes ago is a new desktop application titled Checkers, Stripes and More, which is an upgrade of the discontinued application named MakeCheckerboard 2. Checkers, Stripes and More is a deskktop application that lets you generate images of checkerboard and vertical stripes with two colors of your selection. Additionally, this version lets you create an image of a ray of beams with two colors of your selection.   Continue reading

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What’s Coming Up Next? – Tom Bluewater Introducing Desk Shots 4 for macOS

Mac application Desk Shots 4

TOKYO (Tom Bluewater) – A cold, rainy day continues. We still have four months to do till warm April days. The only good news that I have is that I’m ready to release a new desktop application. This new software release is called Desk Shots 4.

Desk Shots 4 is a desktop application that lets you take desktop screenshots. It offers a lot more features than Screenshot, which comes with macOS Mojave and Catalina. You can let Desk Shots 4 count down numbers to 1 and then take a desktop screenshot. If you want to watermark every desktop screenshot, you can do it easily with Desk Shots 4. Additionally, Desk Shots 4 lets you create a GIF animation file after you let it take consecutive desktop screenshots.

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What’s Coming Up Next? – Tom Bluewater Introducing DropZone 2 for macOS

Mac application DropZone 2

TOKYO (Tom Bluewater) – It’s cold. It’s rainy. Actually, it has rained several straight days except yesterday, I think. I hope we can see a beautiful sunlight tomorrow. Maybe, not… According to a weather forcast, it won’t be sunny till Friday. For those who are saddened by days of rain, let me cheer you up by introducing you a new software title. It’s called DropZone 2.

This is an 8-year-old series. The initial release was named d-d Zone. It was dead for many years. And it’s now back to life as DropZone 2.

Imagine developing software from start to end all by yourself, writing code, designing an icon, designing promotion images and so forth. And you have to access this folder and that folder. If you wonder if there is a desktop application that lets you manage file storange folders altogether, DropZone 2 is one. You can register any number of (destination) folders and volumes. If the color of a drop box representing a particular destination folder is red, it means that it is currently not accessible. If you want to send files to any of destination folders, just drag and drop them onto a drop box in green.   Continue reading

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