Here are the latest updates for Mac OS X apps:

Acclivity NYC ( has rolled out Checkout 3.5, an update including over 200 enhancements and fixes to their Mac retail point-of-sale app. Among the improvements are speed boosts and automatic printing enhancements.

Zevrix Solutions ( has announced PDF Checkpoint 1.4.1, a compatibility update to its PDF preflight and conversion solution. The new version is compatible with Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion.

Zevrix has also released Output Factory 1.3.6, a feature update to its professional output automation solution for Adobe InDesign on Mac OS X. The new version lets users automate export of InDesign documents to HTML.

ExactCODE GMBH ( has updated OCRkit, an OCR solution for the Mac. The update features a new content aware page de-skew option, as well as improved PDF compression and performance. It also features improved multi-core performance and stability.

Eternal Storms Software ( has announced updates for all their Mac apps, including flickery, ScreenFloat and Yoink, making them compatible with Mountain Lion. flickery is a flickr desktop client for OS X. You can use ScreenFloat to keep information always visible, no matter which application you’re in. Yoink shows a small window at the edge of the screen when a drag occurs, providing a place to drop files and app content to it.

FontGear ( has revved FontDoctor — a software tool for font problem diagnosis, repair, and organization — to version 8.2. The new version is Mountain Lion compatible and has a tweaked interface.

Microsoft says ( its preview version of Office Web Apps and Office 365 — online versions of Microsoft’s office programs — has added touch support on the iOS version of Safari and Windows 8 in order to make the programs easier to use on tablet devices.