What’s Coming Up Next? – MacHouse Introducing UltraMarks

Windows software UltraMarks






TOKYO (MacHouse) – So we have three Windows applications to release today. The second one to introduce is called UltraMarks.





Windows software UltraMarks   Windows software UltraMarks






UltraMarks is a batch-watermarking application. It’s text-based, not object-based. So you can type up watermark text in real time. What’s so special about UltraMarks? Well, not much… But it lets you watermark any number of images. Plus, you can have shadow text.

Unfortunately, the initial release won’t allow the user to position watermark text uniquely for each image. A software update will eliminate this issue, though.

This software title is currently distributed as a freeware title as it’s still in beta. You can use it without limitations till May 1, 2012. It’s been tested for Windows 7 64-bit.

Click on the button for more information on UltraMarks. VTC






Condoleezza Rice is a former U.S. Secretary of State and not our official mascot.
UltraMarks is a product of MacHouse.
Windows is a product of Microsoft Corporation.

What’s Coming Up Next? – MacHouse Introducing DeepSee

Windows software DeepSee






TOKYO (MacHouse) – The second week of February, 2012 happens to be a very busy week for us. That’s because we are releasing not just one Windows application but three of them. Yay! Anyway, the first one to introduce, which is the third application to release this month, is called DeepSee.





Windows software DeepSee
Source: MacHouse – Screenshot 1
  Windows software DeepSee
Source: MacHouse – Screenshot 2






DeepSee is a simple color picker and will return the color of the pixel you select in terms of HTML (hexadecimal value), RGB and HSV (or HSB). Simply, choose File > Open to open a file. Then move the magnify marker to set the target area. Finally, click on the + button to zoom in the picture. Now, you can click on any spot on the Magnifier window to return color values. Well, as you see in Screenshot 2, Ms. Rice’s teeth aren’t really white after all.

This software title is currently distributed as a freeware title as it’s still in beta. You can use it without limitations till May 1, 2012. It’s been tested for Windows 7 64-bit.

Click on the button for more information on DeepSee. VTC






Condoleezza Rice is a former U.S. Secretary of State and not our official mascot.
DeepSee is a product of MacHouse.
Windows is a product of Microsoft Corporation.

What’s Coming Up Next? – MacHouse Introducing MsgRoll

Windows software MsgRoll






TOKYO (MacHouse) – You never know when you get a new software project idea. A few days ago, it just clicked when I visited a web site. And I asked myself “Wouldn’t it be interesting if you could do it with a Windows application?” Now available to Windows users is a software title called MsgRoll.





Windows software MsgRoll   Windows software MsgRoll






MsgRoll is based on a simple idea. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could write notes and then see them all? MsgRoll allows the user to quickly write notes, to each of which you can attach a small picture. When you have more than three messages, MsgRoll will scroll them for you so that you can check them all out.

This software title is currently distributed as a freeware title as it’s still in beta. You can use it without limitations till May 1, 2012. It’s been tested for Windows 7 64-bit.

Click on the button for more information on MsgRoll. VTC






MsgRoll is a product of MacHouse.
Windows is a product of Microsoft Corporation.

What’s Coming Up Next? – MacHouse Introducing d-d ZoneX (for Windows)

Windows software d-d Zone X






TOKYO (MacHouse) – It’s been a while since we released the last Windows application. Well… We’ve just released another one. It’s d-d Zone X, another software product that was initially developed for Mac OS X. And it’s now available to Windows users.





Windows software d-d Zone X   Windows software d-d Zone X






d-d Zone X is an application we’ve developed because we want to have quick access to folders on external drives. Navigating to an external drive to locate a folder can be pain. Using d-d Zone X, you are just one step away from accessing a destination folder. Add a folder by clicking on the Add (+) button. Then just choose one from the drop-down menu. If the window color changes to red, that means the selected folder is inaccessible. If it turns green, then it’s accessible. You can easily browse files and folders in it. You want to transfer files to the selected destination folder? Then simply drag and drop one or more files onto the drop box at the center of the window.

This software title is currently distributed as a freeware title as it’s still in beta. You can use it without limitations till May 1, 2012. It’s been tested for Windows 7 64-bit. Note that the version version of the initial Windows release is 1.2.0 because of an existing Mac version.

Click on the button for more information on d-d Zone X. VTC






d-d Zone X is a product of MacHouse.
Windows is a product of Microsoft Corporation.