LittleFin Software used to sell 6-7 copies a day of their ‘Compartments‘ software, but when they got picked up on the front page, featured as a ‘Staff pick’, the sales went through the roof. On the launch day of Mac App Store they sold 1 547 copies and keeping a quite high tempo even after the launch buzz. Others have been reporting about Sky rocketing sales figures as well
tuaw has published some interesting facts about the available apps in the new ‘Mac App Store’, and as you can see there are close to 1 000 apps, mostly priced between $10 – $50, and almost 600 of them are games. Check out the article for more info:
A few minutes ago Apple released OS X 10.6.6 with the brand new ‘Mac App Store‘. It’s basically a new way of browsing, installing and paying for new Mac software. It’s just as easy as the App Store for iPad/iPhone/iPod and here’s how it looks:
The amount of software in the Mac App Store isn’t that great – yet – but that will change just within the next few months. I think that this will be great!
Handbrake is the most common video conversion software for Mac computers and it’s been a while since it last got updated – but now, there’s a new version available for download. I use it mainly to be able to convert my DVDs for my iPad/iPhone, but you can of course do all kinds of video conversions with this excellent free software. (For some reason the automatic software update can’t find it yet, so you need to get it from the official download site). Check out all info about the new release inside.
If you spend most of your days typing you might be interested in checking out this new keyboard from Smartfish called the ‘Engage‘. It sure looks ergonomical and is developed in collaboration with a NY Orthopedic Hospital. Check out the press release after the jump.
According to this recent post over at Macworld, an Apple spokesperson Natalie Harrison confirmed that the bug officially exists “We’re aware of an issue related to non repeating alarms set for January 1 or 2,” she also said. “Customers can set recurring alarms for those dates and all alarms will work properly beginning January 3.
The video below (found at MacRumors.com is quite interesting since it’s supposed to be a case for the upcoming iPad 2. I guess this video might get pulled from YouTube since a lot of bloggers have had to remove images featuring the iPad 2 case.