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app4mac Releases Jump 1.1 and Presto 1.1

app4mac Releases Jump 1.1 and Presto 1.1

Posted June 6, 2009 at 2:28am by iClarified
app4mac releases released Jump 1.1 and Presto 1.1, two amazing utilities designed for Mac OS X. Jump allows you a quick access to your Applications, Documents and Folders. Presto allows you to quickly enter frequently used phrases.

About Jump
Jump is a cool utility designed to quickly launch applications, open documents, or access folders. When there is not enough space in the Apple Dock, you can use Jump to store an endless number of items! It can be used in conjunction with the Apple Dock or as its replacement.

When Jump is installed, a discreet icon sits in the corner of your screen, and you can click to activate it. A palette slides onto the screen, to which you can add your favorite applications (with a simple drag and drop), or of course, click them to launch them. The Jump palette shows multiples applications at a time; however, you can search for applications in its palettes or browse for them in multiple pages.

app4mac Releases Jump 1.1 and Presto 1.1

What's new in version 1.1?
* Faster switch of categories with a new palette on the left side
* Options to display by alphabetical order, manual order or frequently use
* Improved user interface
* Spaces support
* Correction of bugs

About Presto
Tired of writing the same text over and over again? Anytime you type text into an application, Presto can help you do it faster and more accurately! Whether it's your name, your e-mail address, the URL of your blog, your personal address, etc, you probably often find yourself typing the same text again and again. Presto is here to help you save time by 'typing' these frequently used items for you. Just choose your list of abbreviations, and Presto will automatically show you related texts as you type.

With Presto, you will be able to quickly insert standard greetings, signatures (including formatted text) or phrases into any application. For example, instead of typing your address in full, you would simply type 'Addr1' and Presto would come up with our full address. Once you define an abbreviation, it is available at all times, anywhere text can be typed, no matter what application you are using!

app4mac Releases Jump 1.1 and Presto 1.1

What's new in version 1.1?
* Automatic insertion of the text by default (faster behavior)
* Import/Export abbreviations (for exchange between multiple computers)
* Impression of the list of abbreviations
* Automatic insertion of current date and time
* Smarter behavior
* Better support of Spaces
* Correction of bugs

Presto and Jump are available for 9 euros each. Presto requires Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard but Jump is available for both Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger and Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard.

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