Sound Bunny
User Report

On March 5, 2012, in Apps, Audio, Features, Macintosh, Review, by Curt Blanchard

Sound Bunny
Developer: Prosoft Engineering
Version reviewed: 1.0
License: $9.95

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MyMac.com Podcast 300: Milestones and Memories

On June 30, 2010, in Podcast, by The MyMac Podcast


Listen to the show here!
We finally get to our 300th show! It’s a trip through the past as Guy talks about the long strange journey that led him to the MyMac.com podcast. Congratulatory messages from a whole bunch of people and we announce the winners of the 300th Podcast Contest! We get our first two callers on the Skype number (703-436-9501) and Gaz talks about sharing apps and folders on multiple devices and iTunes accounts.

Links:
iPhotoManager

The 300th MyMac.com podcast is OVER! Stay tuned for possibly more contests in the future but if you didn’t enter , you already missed this one. Thanks again to our fantastic sponsors.

MacAlly
Smile on my Mac
ProSoft Engineering
JoeSoft
NoodleSoft
Reggie Ashworth
Boinx Software
St Claire Software
Westone

Contact info: Gazmaz and Guy on Twitter, guy@mymac.com and gaz@mymac.com, feedback@mymac.com, or our Skype direct number 703-436-9501

Klix
Review

On December 27, 2007, in Macintosh, Review, by Neale Monks

Klix
Company: Joesoft

Price: $29.95
http://www.joesoft.com/

Klix is a utility that recovers photos from digital cameras and memory cards. Klix can’t recover digital image files that have been partially or completely overwritten, but that caveat aside, Klix provides a quick and easy way to bring lost files back.

The basic Klix interface is very simple. When launched, the application scans for attached digital cameras or media cards. Klix can then be used to perform three different functions, the most important of which is to scan for deleted files. Both photographs and movies are located and then presented in an Image Recovery window. Photographs are given thumbnail previews, making it easy to identify the ones of interest. Movies do not have previews, though double clicking the generic QuickTime icon presented opens the movie in the QuickTime Player.

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