TOKYO (MacHouse) – Here comes another major grade for an existing Mac application. A new software title that I submitted to Mac App Store more than 12 hours ago is called Movie2Shot 3.
Movie2Shot 3 is the 2nd major software upgrade to an existing software title. Its original objective hasn’t changed. And it’s designed to let the user save a movie screenshot at the current frame to their disk with a single click of a button without letting the application prompt them to name a file. Let the application watermark every movie screenshot you take. Let the application frame every movie screenshot you take with a flat color. Save random screenshots to your disk. Save frames only with human faces as pictures to your disk. Save movie screenshots… Well, Movie2Shot 3 offers you 5 different ways by which you can save movie screenshots to your disk. Continue reading →
TOKYO (MacHouse) – I’m back to the upgrade business again. That’s better than being unemployed, you know? And here comes a new software release that has been developed from a scratch. A Mac application that I submitted to Mac App Store about an hour ago is called FontsView 3.
FontsView 3 is the 2nd major software upgrade for a desktop application. Its ultimate goal is to help the user pick the best font among hundreds for a particular string. This software upgrade comes with several new features. What was missing in FontsView 2 is access to all typefaces. The user could use only bold and italic typefaces in the last version. The user now has access to all available typefaces. Continue reading →
TOKYO (MacHouse) – The month of May 2015 just started a few days ago. And I’m happy to announce a new software release, which I submitted to Mac App Store a few hours ago. This new software title is called fileExpire. By the way, it’s a not software upgrade.
You have a file that you want to delete. But you don’t want to do it right now. If you don’t forget to do it, maybe, in a few days? That’s what fileExpire is for. fileExpire lets you put files and folders that you wish to delete on a disposal schedule, not in a few days but right now. Drag and drop a file or a folder onto the top part of to application window to create a disposal schedule for it. The disposal list shows which file is to be deleted when and how much time is remaining. And the remaining time will be updated for each file every second. Moreover, you will get a notification about a file to be disposed of 12 hours, 6 hours or 1 hour before. Continue reading →