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Developers upgrading for Leopard

By Jonny Evans
October 30, 2007 12:00 PM ET

Macworld - Apple Inc. developers continue to hustle Leopard compatibility updates out the door.

Chronos KC announced that its entire product line is now compatible with Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard: SOHO Organizer, SOHO Notes, SOHO Business Cards, SOHO Labels & Envelopes, SOHO Signs, iScrapbook and F10 Launch Studio have all been updated to run on Apple's latest operating system. Leopard-compatible versions are available for immediate download.

CS Odessa LLC is also updating its software for Leopard and has confirmed that ConceptDraw Business Suite for Mac OS X 10.5 is available now. The suite consists of ConceptDraw 7, ConceptDraw Project 4 and MindMap 5.

Bitcartel Software has shipped PandoraJam 1, bringing Leopard support for Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard) for listeners of Pandora.com radio services. The software lets users stream music wirelessly, record audio for playback on iPods, and submit tracks to Last.fm.

Finally today, Dragon Systems Software Ltd. (DssW), the leading developer of Macintosh energy-saving software, today announced free Mac OS X 10.5 updates to its software. Power Manager, Sleep Monitor, and Energy Schedule, all of which have been updated to support Leopard.

"Our users are early adopters and environmentally conscious. DssW's updates ensure that they can continue to save energy while adopting Apple's latest operating system." said Graham Miln, the company's director.

Power Manager 3.7 helps schools and businesses by allowing them to schedule their Macs to start, wake, shut down, restart, log out, switch to the log-in window and so on -- which can offer impressive power savings for places with lots of Macs, he said.

Reprinted with permission from Macworld.com. Story copyright 2012 Mac Publishing, LLC. All rights reserved.
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