Unmarked Software celebrates 13 years of Mac software development this week with the release of TextSoap 7, an upgrade to their Mac OS X productivity tool designed to help people who work with other people’s text. The new system-wide menu — the Universal Menu — provides TextSoap features to virtually any application that supports copy and paste, greatly expanding integration options.

TextSoap 7 — now a 64-bit application — also brings interface changes designed to streamline efforts of people who process other people’s documents, emails, web pages and more. The new release also adds more control in matching and changing both text and a variety of text attributes.

The TextSoap upgrade expands on its existing batch file support via Automator and adds a new Batch File Cleaning option within the application. The new feature enables users to quickly batch process a whole collection of files in a few quick steps within the application, according to the folks at Unmarked Software.

TextSoap 7 requires an Intel-based Mac running Mac OS X 10.6.6 or later. It’s available directly from Unmarked Software (http://www.unmarked.com/textsoap/) and through the Mac App Store. For a limited time, TextSoap 7 is available for an introductory price of US$29.99, after which regular pricing for new customers starts at $39.99. Upgrades for existing customers start at $19.99 (USD).