Mac OS X software updates for Nov. 1
Here are the latest updates for Mac OS X apps:
Apple has revved Configurator -- its Mac utility for the mass deployment of iPhones, iPads, and iPod touches -- to version 1.2.1. The upgrade -- available at the Mac App Store -- improves stability.
Application Systems Group (/www.application-systems.co.uk) has announced Spookick 1.2.3 for Mac and PC. In the small, dark and eerie town of Spookville, the people are being terrorized by the dead residents of 17 Chester Street. Players must save them from the hell of haunting this Halloween by keeping the ghosts amused with the one thing they love the most - a good game of pumpkin passing. Players use a bat to flip pumpkins to the ghostly gang and click on the letter-stealing spirits that help spell out a spooky theme.
Smile (www.smilesoftware.com) has released PDFpen 5.9, an update to its PDF editor for Mac OS X. The update significantly improves performance by reducing memory usage, in addition to other improvements and fixes.
Dropbox (http://www.dropgox.com) -- a service that lets people store and share data -- has been upped to version 1.4.20. The upgrade fixes a web log-in problem in not opening a browser.
AudioFinder (www.icedaudio.com) -- an audio asset management system and music production hub -- has been tweaked to version 5.5.6 The upgrade adds caching of sans and scan sets.