Last week, I reviewed iCash, the finance software from Maxprog. To qualify for the giveaway, you had to submit a comment with a suggestion for a feature. There were many excellent suggestions in the comments and three have been randomly chosen to receive free licenses.
The winners are: Nick C, Jeremy Gaines, and Keith S! If one of those names belongs to you, you will receive your license shortly.
If you didn’t win, don’t worry, you can still download a trial version of iCash from Maxprog (limited to 100 transactions), and the full version is only $39.90.
It has been hard to make nice slideshows. Most slideshows are just a bunch of photos thrown into iMovie with the “Ken Burns” effect. But now PulpMotion Advanced, by Aquafadas, allows for an easy way to create beautiful slideshows. PulpMotion Advanced includes 19 themes which allow you to make a perfect slideshow — with a cool look, too. Some of those themes even have different varieties which makes the total number of themes about 50. PulpMotion Advanced doesn’t limit the slideshows to pictures, though; you can even add videos in the mix.
Last week I did a review of Cents, from MacMage. This application was a small, simple application to keep track of what you buy. I was also given 3 licenses to giveaway.
The three winners are: dt, Joe Cool, and John
Thanks for participating! The three lucky winners will receive an email from the developer with their licenses soon. Remember, if you didn’t win Cents is available for $4.99 from MacMage.
Sometimes you need a chord and you just don’t know where to find it. The rhetorical situation gets worse if you’re messing around with an alternate tuning that your googled chord charts have never heard of. Harmonic Sense has created a powerful little app that can open up a new musical world for guitar players of any skill level.
Admittedly, I’m a bit of a snob when it comes to music. If I need a chord, I’m going to find it with my ears. But ChordMate makes it easy to cheat. Check out my video review to see some of my favorite features.
Last month I reviewed VideoDrive, an application for quickly adding just about any movie file into your iTunes library. The developer, Aroona Software, gave us three licenses to give away to our readers. We had 17 entries, and now we have three winners.
The winners of the licenses are Janko Lauterbach, Maria and systek.
If you won, you should be receiving your license shortly. Thank you to everyone who entered, and congratulations to the winners. For those that didn’t win, VideoDrive costs $14.99.
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