MacApps Forum Open

arn

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This forum is now open for user posts. Post new or favorite Applications and discuss.

The previous format of MacApps.com has been suspended at this time.

- Please post threads on applications only.
- New Threads for New Versions is encouraged.
- Place the Application in the thread title.
- All types of software is allowed.
- Do NOT post support topics. These should go in the Mac Help/Questions forum.
 

arn

macrumors god
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Originally posted by edvniow
What do you mean by moderator review, would that be like you had to ask a mod first before posting, or what? :confused:
actually, I removed the moderator review - let's see how it goes.

I'd like to keep threads on topic with new threads only being devoted to new applications.

arn
 

Durandal7

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I'm guessing that you only want shareware/freeware programs.

Will MacApps be getting any more features soon?
 

arn

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Originally posted by Durandal7
I'm guessing that you only want shareware/freeware programs.

Will MacApps be getting any more features soon?
Any apps are actually ok.

MacApps is not getting any more features at this time by me... this is part of the reason I've opened the discussion up. As applications come out, this can be the place to post releases, new versions, and to discuss them.

arn
 

scem0

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back in NYC!
If you are concerned about keeping up to date with versions,
I would suggest signing up for Versiontracker's daily mail. If you
briefly scan it every day then you will never miss an update, and
you might even catch a program that will prove usefull or
something like that.
 

mkwilson68

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Keynote 2?

Anyone have any inside knowledge of what's happening with Keynote? It's great, but a version 2 must be due to improve the feature set...