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Here are the latest updates for Mac OS X apps:
Pubblog has announced FileMyFiles 3.3 (http://www.filemyfiles.com), an update to the multi-tool file system organizer for Mac OS X. The new version is compatible with OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion.
C&J Endeavors has released Ontour 1.2.0 (http://ontour-app.com), an update of its entertainment app for Mac OS X. Ontour lets you know when your favorite artists will be in your area. Once the app determines the user's location, it displays concerts based on the artists in the user's iTunes library. Version 1.2.0 is compatible with Mountain Lion.
Arten Science (http://www.artenscience.com) has made available ContaxCRM Version 3.8 Olympic Special Edition, an update to their contact management, document management and CRM solution for Mac OS X and Windows. The upgrade has been tested with Mountain Lion.
NES Software says Mountain Lion is now supported in WinOnX (http://www.winonx.com), an application that makes it possible for Macs to run Microsoft Windows software. The new version also offerse support for multiple virtual environments of the Windows operating system as well as the MacBook Pro Retina display.
Zevrix Solutions (http://www.zevrix.com) says LinkOptimizer for Adobe InDesign CS6 is now available on Adobe Exchange, a new Creative Suite extension marketplace. It's available as a panel within a variety of CS6 applications. The Adobe Exchange panel provides a new way to search, discover, and install plug-ins, extensions, and other content for Creative Suite products. LinkOptimizer allows users to automatically reduce InDesign link size, perform essential image adjustments, convert image formats and more.
CS Odessa has served up an expansion for their diagramming application, ConceptDraw PRO (http://www.ConceptDraw.com). The Wireless Networks Solution, now available in the ConceptDraw Solution Park, offers a new palette of objects and templates for modeling wireless networks.
Blackmagic Design (http://www.blackmagicdesign.com) has rolled out DaVinci Resolve 9 public beta, an update of the color correction tool featuring a completely redesigned user interface to optimize workflow speed. DaVinci Resolve 9 public beta is now available for free download to existing full featured DaVinci Resolve customers, as well as the free DaVinci Resolve Lite. Just remember: beta software is unfinished software so use with care.