Mac OS X software updates for Jan. 24
Here are the latest updates for Mac OS X apps:
Zevrix Solutions (www.zevrix.com) has announced Deliver 2.4.1, a feature update to its automated file transfer solution for remote and local destinations. The new version adds support for Transport Layer Security (TLS) in SMTP settings, which enables users to use their iCloud email accounts for file delivery notifications.
Nulana has updated Remotix for Mac, their VNC client. The enhanced app fully supports MacBook Pro Retina displays.
Flying Meat has revved Acorn (http://flyingmeat.com/acorn/), a layer-based bitmap image editor, to version 3.5.1. It's a maintenance upgrade.
Gorilla (www.junglesoftware.com), a site of software tools designed to help users make a film or video -- has scampered to version 5.1.0. The upgrade now support the Gorilla Ratebook 2013 edition and integrates with Koala Call Sheets.
Inkstone Mobile's new audio player offers iOS users free downloadable recordings of the Bible. Audio Bibles ($1.99) features bookmarking features to highlight and save important passages. With each bookmark, the user can also take notes.
Eltima Software (http://mac.eltima.com) has released a beta version of CleverFeed, its smart RSS reader for Google Reader subscriptions. Just remember: beta software is unfinished software so use with care.