Here are the latest incremental updates for Mac OS X apps.

Parallels Desktop 7 for Mac ( has been updated to provide experimental support for the final beta of Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (codename “Precise Pangolin”), free and open source software for the Linux operating system. The final version of Ubuntu 12.04 will be available on April 26 but in the meantime, Linux users can get ahead of the game and test out this final beta version safely on a Parallels Desktop 7 virtual machine to protect their Mac from any bugs that can occur with beta versions of software.

Reggie Ashworth has announced AppDelete 3.2.6 (, an update to his application deletion utility for Mac OS X. With drag ‘n drop, it will uninstall anything along with all of the associated items. Version 3.2.6 is optimized for Mac OS X Lion and has support for six new languages.

VeprIT has released Resize Sense 1.1.0 (, a new version of the batch image resizer for Mac OS X with various resizing options. The app allows you to manually adjust the crop individually for every image. Version 1.1.0 lets you export and import user presets, and has some user interface improvements.

Brett Terpstra has released Marked 1.4 for Mac OS X, an update of his viewer for Markdown and MultiMarkdown files. Available at the Mac App Store, the update offers an option to scroll to current edit point when changes are detected, a new syntax highlighting/cleaner display for the HTML source view, and more.

OOTP Developments has rolled out Out of the Park Baseball 13, an update of their baseball sim for the Mac and Windows. The game can be found here: .

Redcort Software ( has served up Virtual TimeClock ’12, an update of its employee timeclock software. The upgrade user sports a new interface for clocking in, out, and managing elapsed time for activities. There’s also new support for QuickBooks.

onOne Software ( has updated two of its products. Perfect Photo Suite 6.1 is an upgrade to the suite of products that helps photographers solve their most common problems. Perfect Effects 3 Free is based on the Perfect Effects 3 engine. It provides photographers with select content and capabilities from the full-featured edition, while maintaining core functionality and without restrictions of a traditional 30-day timed trial or the addition of watermarks to images.