On a regular basis, Apple World Today posts a list of notable new apps or app updates that have been released. They may not necessarily be new, but they're popular and deserve mention. Here are today's picks.
Tropical Software has announced TopXNotes 1.8.2, an update to the personal information manager developed exclusively for macOS.
With TopXNotes, you drag and drop to create notes from any other text application or drag to import text and/or RTF documents. Once the information is created, TopXNotes' category system can be used to create categories that meet your needs or file them in folder-like groups. Version 1.8.2 provides performance enhancements and bug fixes.
TopXNotes 1.8.2 is available for $39.95 from the Tropical Software website, the Mac App Store, Amazon, and other select Mac software resellers. It's a free update to customers who have already purchased version 1.5 or later. Existing customers with an older version (before 1.5) can upgrade to version 1.8.2 for $19.95 from the Tropical Software website.
AKVIS has released AKVIS Pastel 2.0 for macOS and Windows. The app allows you to transform your photos into pastel pieces.
The new version provides an enhanced pastel effect with new settings and features. It also offers a completely redesigned interface, support for Ultra HD resolution, new decoration effects and stylish frames, as well as other changes.
On the Mac platform, AKVIS Pastel requires mac OS 10.6 or higher. It costs $49.
Qoppa Software has launched PDF Studio 11, an update to their PDF editing application for Mac OS X.
The tool creates PDF documents that are compliant with the Adobe PDF specifications. Version 11 introduces a brand new OCR engine, and adds a number of new features including Spell Check, Non-Latin OCR Languages, Output Preview, and Enhanced Print Dialog.
PDF Studio Standard costs $89, and the Pro version is $129. A demo is available for download.