TOKYO (MacHouse) – The wait is over. Some of the developer web sites at Apple’s are back. Deskcap wasn’t the application in the wait line. Here comes the fifth software release of the month. A new software title we’ve just submitted to Mac App Store is called Text2RTF.
Text2RTF is a desktop application that lets you batch-convert a set of text files (.txt) into RTF documents (.rtf). You can set document properties such as font, text size, author name, organization name. And Text2RTF will assign the same set of these properties to all RTF documents. Continue reading
TOKYO (MacHouse) – So far, we’ve released three Mac software titles this month. After doing taxes and taking a short summer break, we were back to work last week. And we were ready to submit a new application to Mac App Store, except that Apple, Inc. took down developer’s web sites, some of which were inaccessible till just an hour ago. Anyway, we submitted a new application just several minutes ago. This software release is called Deskcap. Continue reading
TOKYO (MacHouse) – We submitted the third application of the month to Mac App Store about 30 minutes ago. This new Mac software release is called Pict2RFL.
Pict2RFL is a simple desktop application that lets you add a reflection layer to your picture. You can easily skew the reflection layer right and left with a slider. Continue reading
TOKYO (MacHouse) – Well, it’s true that we need to do taxes. But we’ve ended up with another Mac application release. An application we’ve just submitted to Mac App Store is called Pict2Curl. Pict2Curl combines a pair of pictures with one of them curled over another, which can be saved as one image. Continue reading
TOKYO (MacHouse) – Last month, we released five or six OS X applications. This month, we will be slow since we have to do taxes. Anyway, we have already submitted the first application of the month to Mac App Store. This new release is called faceBlock.
faceBlock is a desktop application that utilizes OSX‘s Core Image to detect faces on pictures so that they can be isolated as separated images or entire pictures can be exported with faces filtered. It has two modes. If you set the mode switch to Detection, faceBlock will show you which face is detected in a given picture. The main objective of this application is to let the user hide faces. So switch to the Face block mode. Then select an effect to apply to each picture. For now, there are five effects to choose from: CIDiscBlur, CIDotScreen, CICrystallize, CIPixellate, CIExposureAdjust. After adjusting some values, you can export all pictures with faces covered. Or you can also batch-export each face as an image. Continue reading