Apr 27 2009
Updates are almost as inevitable as inertia. And with the new features they bring, we should appreciate them. Some of the best freeware has become even better.
A favorite of mine, this Mozilla browser has matured to version 0.8b which includes a Safari-esque search box on the menu bar and a new bookmark interface. If you are brave enough to edit your .plist, you can add all kinds of search engines (in addition to Google and Google images) to the newly added box. The new theme isn’t to shabby either.
This tiny app has always been big on image handling features. In version 2 it adds watermark and drop shadow support in addition to a slew of new image modifying and server options.
Version 1.0.9b1 of what is probably the best news reader for the Mac introduces support for Atom feeds. If you follow blogs published on Blogger, you’ll want this update.
That’s the latest from these fine free applications. Come back next week for another set of freeware’s best.
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