What’s Coming Up Next? – Tom Bluewater Introducing MakeCheckerboard 2 for Mac OS X

Mac OS X software MakeCheckerboard 2

TOKYO (MacHouse) – Oops, again… Here comes another software upgrade. A new software title that I submitted to Mac App Store half an hour ago is called MakeCheckerboard 2.

Mac software MakeCheckerboard 2   Mac software MakeCheckerboard 2

MakeCheckerboard 2 is a desktop application that lets you create an image of a 2-color checkerboard. A new feature that has been added to this upgrade lets you also create an image of 2-color stripes. Another change allows the user to fully undo/redo changes in picking a color or setting a value.   Continue reading

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What’s Coming Up Next? – Tom Bluewater Introducing WorldTimez Desktop 3 for Mac OS X

Mac OS X software WorldTimez Desktop 3

TOKYO (MacHouse) – A new software title that I submitted to Mac App Store several hours ago is called WorldTimez Desktop 3. It’s an upgrade to an existing desktop application.

Mac software WorldTimez Desktop 3   Mac software WorldTimez Desktop 3

WorldTimez Desktop 3 is the 3rd installment of an application that first started as an iOS project a few years ago. WorldTimez Desktop 3 lets you keep track of the current time in multiple locations around the world at a glance. This upgrade covers 63 cities over 3 pages. Each time field is accompanied by another field, which shows the time difference between the city and Greenwich or home (area under your time zone), whichever you prefer.

Page 1 covers the following cities: Tokyo, Beijing, Mumbai, Jakarta, Sydney, Perth, Moscow, Dubai, Prague, Jerusalem, Nairobi, Cape Town, Lagos, London, New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Mexico City, Caracas, Sao Paulo, Santiago, Wellington.

Page 2 covers the following cities: Madrid, Dublin, Oslo, Istanbul, Novosibirsk, Singapore, Taipei, Islamabad, Seoul, Cairo, Toronto, Denver, Buenos Aires, Bogotá, Adelaide, Havana, Lima, Antananarivo, Honolulu, Amsterdam.

Page 3 covers the following cities: Lisbon, Geneva, Kiev, Saint Petersburg, Hong Kong, Manila, Shanghai, Bangkok, Rangoon, Colombo, Kabul, Vladivostok, Riyadh, Dakar, Kinshasa, Vancouver, Dallas, Boston, Ottawa, Rio de Janeiro, Melbourne.   Continue reading

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What’s Coming Up Next? – Tom Bluewater Introducing Distoria for Mac OS X

Mac OS X software Distoria

TOKYO (MacHouse) – If I run out of software development ideas, what I usually do is… Hmm… Well… I just get on the Internet and look around till a light bulb turns on. That’s what happened a few days ago. As a result, I submitted a new software title to Mac App Store a few hours ago. This new software release is called Distoria.

Mac software Distoria   Mac software Distoria

Distoria is a desktop application that gives you 5 tools to distort a picture. Click anywhere over the picture to use the selected graphic filter. You can apply the same graphic filter to the picture repeatedly or use a combination of these tools to distort the picture. The application supports the full stack of Undo & Redo changes. So if you want to cancel the last effect, just press Command + Z.   Continue reading

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What’s Coming Up Next? – Tom Bluewater Introducing Pict2Curl 2 for Mac OS X

Mac OS X software Pict2Curl 2

TOKYO (MacHouse) – It was a record month last March where I released seven applications. Now, I’ve run out of ideas. Guess what I do when I run out of development ideas. That’s when I upgrade existing ones. What I submitted to Mac App Store about a few hours ago is an upgrade to Pict2Curl. And my latest new software release is called Pict2Curl 2.

Mac software Pict2Curl 2   Mac software Pict2Curl 2

Pict2Curl 2 is a desktop application that lets you combine two pictures to create a new one that looks like the top picture is curled in a way such that you can see part of the bottom picture. It’s a major upgrade to an existing software title. Version 2 has been developed from a scratch and utilizes a different Core Image filter.   Continue reading

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What’s Coming Up Next? – Tom Bluewater Introducing PhotoSnap for Mac OS X

Mac OS X software PhotoSnap

TOKYO (MacHouse) – This March has turned out to be a quite productive month for me. So far, I have released six applications. Of course, most of them are small ones except attributedCode. Whether you believe it or not, I’m ready to introduce one more application to you today. 7 applications in a month… That’s a new record. This new software release is called PhotoSnap.

Mac software PhotoSnap   Mac software PhotoSnap

PhotoSnap is a simple desktop application that lets you put a photo in a simple, solid-color frame with a pin at the top. You have 21 figures to choose from to shape a pin.   Continue reading

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