Reggie Ashworth has updated AppDelete (http://reggie.ashworth.googlepages.com/appdelete), an application deleting app for Mac OS X, to version 2.2.4. The new version fixes an issue where AppDelete might not launch on older Macs. Other miscellaneous improvements are included as well.
Via drag ‘n drop, AppDelete will delete any chosen app with all of its associated items that belong to that application. You’ll no longer have to hunt through their system to find and delete these items manually.
You can drag any item that can be uninstalled onto AppDelete: applications, widgets, preference panes, plug-ins, screensavers, etc. You can also activate AppDelete in many ways: dragging items onto main window, onto dock icon, selecting in menu, right-clicking using AppDelete workflow, and throwing items in the trash. When the preview screen appears you can uncheck any items you would like to exclude. You also have several choices: delete the items, log only the items, or archive (copy) the items to a .zip file for safekeeping or reinstall at a later date. The items you delete will be moved to the trash and arranged in a folder so that you can see exactly what was deleted and you know exactly where it came from. The items will not be removed from your computer until you empty them from your trash. You can also undo the last delete if you choose.
AppDelete 2.2.4 costs US$5 for a single user license. A full-featured demo is available and a recommended update for all customers running version 2. AppDelete requires Mac OS X 10.5 (“Leopard’) or higher.