TOKYO (MacHouse) – We were quite sure that TriTexture was the last release of the month. I guess not… A software title that we submitted to Mac App Store nearly an hour ago is called LittleClean2.
LittleClean2 is an updated version of LittleClean, an existing software title that is only available at Mac App Store. It’s a desktop application that lets you execute name changes on multiple files and folders in a folder you select. To tell the truth, we have rarely used it ourselves till recently. We can use an application like LittleClean so that we can rename image files for the Retina display quickly. As you may know, image files that are used for the Retina display must end with ‘@2x.’
There are several major changes. LittleClean Version 2 has been developed from scratch with Objective-C. It’s now a Cocoa application. The most noticeable change is that you can now undo and redo name changes as many times as the stack of changes allows. Notice that the list of original file names is equipped with checkboxes. You can now tell the application on which name you want to execute name changes. The checked names are immune to changes. Continue reading →
TOKYO (MacHouse) – I thought my career was over when a 2-year-old iMac broke at the beginning of the month. Well, I guess not… Despite some obstacles, I have already submitted four software titles (except the Lite versions) to Mac App Store so far this month. Actually, I submitted my fifth application of the month to Mac App Store some 30 minutes ago. This new release is called TriTexture.
TriTexture is a desktop application that lets you create a beautiful texture pattern with little effort. Select one of 65 base pictures, and TriTexture will instantly generate a pattern. Adjust hue, saturation, brightness, contrast. Create your own texture pattern by setting a focus size and an angle. You can export texture to JPEG, PNG or TIFF on the click of a toolbar button. After configuring minute texture settings, it’s almost impossible for you to come up with the same texture pattern once you quit the application. What you can do is save your settings as a project file. And you can reconstruct the exactly same texture pattern in a matter of a second. Continue reading →
TOKYO (MacHouse) – The third release of the month is already available at Mac App Store. What are we working on now? Actually, we submitted the fourth software title of the month to Mac App Store about an hour ago. This new software release is called goHorizontal.
goHorizontal is a desktop application that lets you rotate a picture. Just rotate a picture? Hmm, not quite… goHorizontal lets you rotate a picture such that the line between two arbitrary points you set will become horizontal. Imagine that you have a picture represented by a large, rectangular object that is a little bit tilted. Using goHorizontal, you can rotate the entire picture to correct the angles of this rectangular object by setting two points. And goHorizontal will rotate the picture based on the line between those two points such that the line will become horizontal. Continue reading →
TOKYO (MacHouse) – Submitted about an hour ago is fileAbouts Lite. It’s the freeware version of fileAbouts And consider it as a trial version of fileAbouts. Continue reading →
TOKYO (MacHouse) – We have good news and bad news. Bad news is that a huge typhoon is headed to the direction of our neighborhood. Good news is that we submitted the 3rd software title of the month to Mac App Store about an hour ago. This new software title is called fileAbouts.
fileAbouts is a desktop application that lets you keep track of files and folders. If you want to keep track of a file, we know that we can add it to the sidebar except that it can go away if it comes from a remote volume. fileAbouts won’t lose any of files or folders even if they come from a remote volume that is not currently mounted. Besides, you can create as many fields (the field to fileAbouts is the playlist to iTunes) as necessary, which makes it easy for users to organize files and folders that they frequently access. Continue reading →