Here are the latest incremental updates for Mac OS X apps.
Adobe has released Lightroom 4.1 and Camera Raw 7.1 final releases on Adobe.com. The final updates provide: new High Dynamic Range (HDR) tone-mapping support; new fringe correction controls for chromatic aberration; and add raw file support for more cameras.
iFunia Studio (http://www.ifunia.com) has announced version 3.7.0 of its Mac DVD Ripper Family and Mac Video Converter family. The Mac product family helps consumers to convert DVDs and multimedia files to files compatible with many popular mobile and personal multimedia devices. Version 3.7.0 features a new output resolution of 1080p for new iPad and Apple TV, supports for the Multilingual interface languages, and a lot of big fixes.
Singular Software (http://www.singularsoftware.com/) has announced the download-availability of a simplified integration between its PluralEyes software and the latest Adobe Premiere Pro CS6. Connector links the workflows of PluralEyes and Premiere Pro, making the process easier. Rather than exporting and importing project files, editors can simply launch PluralEyes as an extension within Premiere.
Reggie Ashworth has updated AppDelete Lite, his Mac application deletion utility, to version 3.2.7. Available at the Mac App Store, the new version is optimized for Lion and adds support for six new languages.
VeprIT has served up Resize Sense 1.2.0, a new version of the batch image resizer for Mac OS X. Available at the Mac App Store, version 1.2.0 introduces more flexible cropping options, including copying crop and straighten settings between images. It also adds support for transparent images.
DEVONtechnologies (http://www.devontechnologies.com) has rolled out DEVONsphere Express 1.5, an update of the app that makes the Mac “smarter” by bringing artificial intelligence to the Finder. Version 1.5 brings new features and makes it available also from the DEVONtechnologies website.
Perceptive Automation (http://www.PerceptiveAutomation.com) has revved Indigo, its intelligent home control server for Mac OS X, to version 5.1. Enhancements include INSTEON i2CS firmware compatibility, and support for the INSTEON FanLinc and Thermostat.
Microsoft has updated its AutoUpdate tool (http://macte.ch/DSAKM) for the two most recent versions of Microsoft Office for Mac. Version, 2.3.4 replaces the former auto-updater and will be used to receive future product updates for Office 2008 and Office 2011.
Flexibits says Fantastical 1.3, an update for its Mac calendar app, is now available. This update adds support for iCal and iOS reminders and is free for all existing customers. Fantastical is available at the Mac App Store.
Sonos (http://www.sonos.com) has served up the latest update to our software. The new version (3.8) supports Mountain Lion, as well as allowing for the Sonos SUB to be attached when it becomes available June 19.
Gaucho Software (http://www.gauchosoft.com) says it’s brought custom-drawn surface analysis to a Mac weather application for the first time with Seasonality Core 2.2. The surface analysis feature will plot high and low pressure centers as well as fronts on the built-in radar and satellite map.