Mac OS X software updates for Oct. 19
Here are the latest updates for Mac OS X apps:
Eltima Software (http://mac.eltima.com) has updated I'm Away for Mac OS X to version 1.2.4. It's a free utility that helps you change your statuses in the most popular Instant Messengers on Mac with one click. Version 1.2.4 sports a redesigned interface, support for custom status messages, Twitter integration, and optimization for Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion.
VLC Media Player 2.0.4 (www.videolan.org/vlc/) is the latest release of the multimedia player. The new version adds Retina display support, sports a rework of the Mac interface and more.
Toolsfactory software has released rubiTrack 3.0 (www.rubitrack.com), an update of the GPS enabled activity tracking software. The new version comes with a completely rewritten map component. The all new rubiTrack Terrain map is based on OpenStreetMap data.
Publicspace.net has released A Better Finder Rename 9.15, an update to the file, photo and music renaming utility. The new version adds the ability to limit file names to a specific set of letters.
The Aperio Lux Team (http://aperio-lux.com/) has served up Tell Note 1.2, an update to their audio note taking application. The upgrade adds French, Germany and Russian localization and fixes minor bugs.