MacFamilyTree 7.0.1

MacFamilyTree 7.0.1 has been released, and it’s the first update to MacFamilyTree 7. It’s available through the Mac App Store update feature or from within the App itself (click on the MacFamilyTree menu, select Check for Updates…). It’s mainly focused on bug fixes and localization fixes/improvements. MacFamilyTree 7.0.1 – Norwegian … Read more

Heredis 2.2.0 and ohmiGeneLite 5.37.0 Released

Heredis, which is still on sale in the Mac App Store for $38.99, has received an update that improves GEDCOM import/export. Heredis 2.2.0 Changes: – Improvement of the Gedcom import/export – Other improvements Heredis was originally going to only be on sale through June 9, 2013. If you have the … Read more

MacFamilyTree 7 Released, on Sale

MacFamilyTree 7 has been released, and it’s a major release to this OS X genealogy application! It’s now available through the Mac App Store (MacFamilyTree 7 – Synium Software GmbH) at a special upgrade discount of $29.99 (US) through July 31, 2013. It’s also celebrating it’s 15th year here in … Read more

Heredis for Mac – 35% off Through June 9, 2013

Update: As of June 10, 2013, it’s still $38.99! Heredis, a popular genealogy application, is now on sale for 35% off through Sunday, June 9, 2013 on the Mac App Store – Heredis 2017 World – BSD Concept. It went on sale last week. In the US, it’s normally $59.99, … Read more

Family Tree 1.1.0 Update

A few weeks ago, Family Tree version 1.1.0 was released. Family Tree is a genealogy application for Mac OS X users from Software Solutions & Technologies AG, based around a simple user-friendly interface. GEDCOM Import/Export is being worked on, along with expanded export functionality, as is styled printing. Family Tree … Read more

Snapheal 2.0 Released, 60% Off Sale

Snapheal 2.0 has been released, and this is a major update/upgrade over previous versions of Snapheal. It’s also on sale for 60% – $7.99 US (limited time) in the Mac App Store – Snapheal – Fix your photos. – MacPhun LLC.

Snapheal is a Mac OS X app that helps repair damaged photos (among other things). It can fix creases, tears, other unwanted objects and damage.

I have not used Snapheal, but for $7.99, I’m tempted to pick it up and try it out. I use a combination of Akvis Retoucher and Adobe Photoshop, which is an expensive combination. For those on a budget, Snapheal + iPhoto could get you a lot of the way there, depending on your goals, and Snapheal works with both iPhoto and Aperature – images can be imported from both, and then exported to both, as well as Photoshop and Adobe Lightroom.

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