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

Mac OS X software LittleTrim

TOKYO (MacHouse) – When I run out of development ideas, I often end up with a graphic application. And I submitted a new application of this sort to Mac App Store more than 10 hours ago. This new release is called LittleTrim.

Mac software LittleTrim   Mac software LittleTrim

LittleTrim is a simple desktop application that lets you cut round corners off a picture. You can of course control corner roundness. If you have multiple pictures, you can cut round corners off them with the same settings at a time.   Continue reading

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What’s Coming Up Next? – Tom Bluewater Introducing Slice O Pict for Mac OS X

Mac OS X software Slice O Pict

TOKYO (MacHouse) – The rainy season officially started about a week ago here in Japan. Hopefully, it will be over in 2 weeks or so. What awaits us is a series of excruciating hot summer days. Hmm… Which is better, wet days but not-so-hot days or very hot days? Anyway, I submitted a new software title to Mac App Store a few hours ago. This new application is called Slice O Pict.

Mac software Slice O Pict   Mac software Slice O Pict

The objective of Slice O Pict is simple. It lets you slice a picture into horizontal or vertical pieces. Interestingly, if you want horizontal slices, you can decide whether you want to cut a picture into pieces, starting from the top or from the bottom. Similarly, if you want vertical slices, you can decide whether you want to cut a picture into pieces, starting from the left-hand side or from the right-hand side.   Continue reading

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

Mac OS X software CutAround Extreme

TOKYO (MacHouse) – Some people seem to be happy with a desktop application called CutAround. Maybe, that’s because it’s easy to use? This application makes a top 100 paid application list for Graphics & Design at Mac App Store from time to time in some regions. So I’ve decided to create a new application based on CutAround. The result is… Well, I submitted a new software title to Mac App Store more than 10 hours ago. This new submission is called CutAround Extreme.

Mac software CutAround Extreme   Mac software CutAround Extreme

CutAround Extreme is an advanced version of CutAround, which is an existing desktop application available at Mac App Store. The latter only lets you clip a circular area of a picture. CutAround Extreme gives you a list of more than 40 shapes including a circle with which you can easily clip an area of a picture.   Continue reading

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

Mac OS X software RezRex

TOKYO (MacHouse) – When you use a picture that you have downloaded from the Internet, you never know what kind of resolutions you deal with. As you know, the default set of resolutions for Mac OS X is 72 ppi x 72 ppi. But we are surrounded by cheap computers running Windows OS where the default set of resolutions are 96 dpi x 96 dpi. Besides, there are a lot of digital cameras supporting high resolutions like 300 dpi x 300 dpi. So if you are not careful with image resolutions, you can put yourself in big trouble.

Mac software RezRex   Mac software RezRex

RezRex is a simple desktop application that I submitted to Mac App Store a few hours ago. It lets you alter resolutions on multiple images.   Continue reading

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What’s Coming Up Next? – Tom Bluewater Introducing WorldTimez 3 for iOS

iOS iPhone iPad software WorldTimez 3

TOKYO (MacHouse) – Last April was a slow month for me since I only released three desktop applications. Anyway, I’m ready to introduce a new iOS application to you. It’s called WorldTimez 3, which I submitted to Apple’s App Store a few hours ago.

iOS software WorldTimez 3   iOS software WorldTimez 3

WorldTimez 3 is equivalent to WorldTimez Desktop 3, a desktop application. WorldTimez 3 lets you keep track of the current time at 86 locations around the globe over four tab pages.

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 (available as an in-app purchase) 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 (available as an in-app purchase) 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, Quito, La Paz.

Page 4 (available as an in-app purchase) covers the following page: Stockholm, Rome, Warsaw, Tehran, Dhaka, Ho Chi Minh City, Kuala Lumpur, Hobart, Guangzhou, Pyongyang, Denpasar, Tripoli, Addis Ababa, Maputo, Calgary, Philadelphia, Houston, Tijuana, Guatemala City, Montevideo, Manaus.   Continue reading

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