Nicecast 1.11.4 -- Rogue Amoeba has released, which reduces audio pipeline latency and updates Instant On to version 8.0.7. The Internet radio broadcasting app also adds title track capture support for djay Pro 1.1 and later, improves title track capture with the latest versions of Megaseg, and resolves an issue with Icecast servers that didn’t receive track titles. ($59 new with a 20 percent discount for , free update, 8.6 MB, , 10.7+)
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iMovie 10.0.8 -- Apple has released with a fix for a bug introduced with the previous version (see “ ,” 14 March 2015) that caused the video editing app to crash on launch (as reported in several Apple Support Communities discussions, such as ). The release also updates compatibility with sharing to YouTube when using the built-in share sheet export option. ($14.99 new from the , free update, 2.0 GB, 10.10.2+)
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OmniFocus 2.1.3 -- Bringing more stability to its Getting Things Done-inspired task management app, The Omni Group has released with a fix for the most common crash in version 2.1.2, as well as fixes for crashes that occurred if OmniFocus was running at midnight and when closing About OmniFocus. The update also improves responsiveness when switching to OmniFocus from another app, prevents Future from disappearing in Forecast, and resolves a problem with displaying multiple selections in the outline. Note that as of this writing, the Mac App Store version of OmniFocus was stalled at version 2.1.2. ($39.99 new for Standard edition and $79.99 for Pro edition from The Omni Group Web site, $39.99 for Standard edition from  (with in-app purchase option to upgrade to Pro), 37.7 MB, , 10.10+)
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iMac Graphics Update 1.0 -- Apple has released Apple Introduces Entry-Level iMac for $1,099,” 18 June 2014). This graphics update is available via Software Update or via direct download from Apple’s Support Downloads Web site. (Free, 772 KB, , 10.10.3+) to address an issue for specific iMac models released since September 2013. In particular, this update resolves a bug that could cause the system to stop responding, display a black screen, or restart when opening very large JPEG images. The Apple support page notes that this update is for 21.5- and 27-inch models released in late 2013, plus the 27-inch iMac with Retina 5K display released in late 2014. The list does not include the entry-level iMac introduced last year (see “
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Fantastical 2.0.3 -- Flexibits has issued with a number of improvements and fixes for the recently updated calendar app (see “ ,” 27 March 2015). The release adds a Manage Delegates button for Google accounts, enables you to snooze events until the start time, prevents duplicate alarm notifications from appearing occasionally, reduces CPU usage when syncing large calendars, improves how the mini window appears on small screens, fixes compatibility with certain CalDAV servers, resolves an issue with Exchange events not snoozing correctly, and ensures that password-protected subscriptions prompt for the password. Fantastical 2 has a 14-day free trial, and currently costs $39.99 from either the  or the ; the price will go up to $49.99 after an introductory discount period. ($39.99 new, free update, 12.2 MB, , 10.10+)
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KeyCue 7.5 -- Ergonis has released, which now enables you to omit certain keyboard shortcuts from the shortcut table — a handy feature that can reduce its displayed size. You can have KeyCue omit shortcuts for specific applications or system-wide shortcuts for all applications (so you aren’t reminded of shortcuts for standards like Cut, Copy, and Paste). The keyboard shortcut utility also improves update checking, fixes an issue where the Return key was shown with a color emoji character in some themes, and improves handling of the custom shortcuts for KeyCue’s Settings and Find Shortcuts. (€19.99 new with a 25 percent discount for , free update, 3.4 MB, , 10.6+)
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BusyCal 2.6.6 -- BusyMac has released with a number of improvements and fixes for the calendar app. The update adds a Copy BusyCal Event URL to Clipboard command, as well as Smart Filter predicates for “is set” and “is not set.” It also adds support for matching tags in the Attendee and Contact fields from BusyContacts and auto-filling field members (requires the just-released ). BusyCal 2.6.6 improves Quick Entry, improves speed when dismissing hundreds of notifications, fixes an issue that prevented alarms from going off when snoozed past midnight, and adds a Simplified Chinese localization. ($49.99 new from BusyMac or the  (version 2.6.6 available soon), free update, 10.3 MB, , 10.9+)
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BusyContacts 1.0.3 -- BusyMac has released
busycontacts:// URL, and adds envelope printing capabilities. BusyContacts 1.0.3 also improves the URL
handler to support creation of new contacts, switches Facebook and LinkedIn syncing to the AddressBook framework (due to the upcoming shutdown of the two social network APIs; see this  for more details), improves background syncing and auto-linking, and displays a confirmation dialog when filtering by tag and deleting a contact. ($49.99 new from BusyMac or the  (version 1.0.3 available soon), free update, 5.4 MB, , 10.9+)
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