myTracks Update Brings Easy Geotagging to the macOS Photos App

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German indie developer, Dirk Stichling today announces myTracks 3.1.2, an important update to his photo geotagging app for macOS. myTracks makes it easy for anyone to quickly organize GPS tracks from a broad range of devices, organizing them in a library. GPS tracks can be assigned to photos stored in the JPG or RAW photos formats. Version 3.1.2 offers the ability to easily geotag photos that are stored in the macOS Photos app….
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illumineX ships EyeSpy for macOS – New Twist on Classic Toy

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illumineX releases EyeSpy 2.0.1 to the Mac App Store today, a new spin on the classic toy in which cartoon eyes watch your mouse cursor as you work. EyeSpy includes free original cartoon characters developed in cooperation with professional artists as well as new characters available as In-App Purchase. Collections of new characters known as ArtPaX are also available. All characters can be easily shared with your friends via Messages, Twitter, Facebook or any sharing platform supported by macOS….
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Apple Releases Revised Version of Second macOS High Sierra Beta for Developers

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Apple today released a revised version of the second macOS High Sierra beta, introducing macOS High Sierra Developer Beta 2 Update 1. The new version of High Sierra comes a little over a week after the second macOS High Sierra beta was first released to developers.

The new beta can be downloaded from the Apple Developer Center, and once installed, subsequent betas will be available through the Software Update mechanism in the Mac App Store.


Apple earlier this week introduced updated versions of both…
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Apple Migrating iOS 11 and macOS High Sierra Users With Two-Step Verification to Two-Factor Authentication

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Apple recently emailed Apple ID users with two-step verification enabled to inform them that, upon installing iOS 11 or macOS High Sierra, they will be automatically updated to its newer two-factor authentication method.


Apple introduced two-factor authentication in 2015 as an improved version of its two-step verification method for securing an Apple ID account with both a password and a secondary form of verification. Two-factor authentication requires an Apple device with iOS 9, OS X El Capitan, watc…
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macOS 10.13 Wishlist: Features MacRumors Readers Hope to See in the Next Version of macOS

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Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference is set to kick off on June 5, and along with a new version of iOS, Apple is expected to introduce the next-generation version of macOS, macOS 10.13. We’ve heard no rumors on what to expect in macOS 10.13, so whatever Apple introduces will come as a total surprise.

With iOS 11 expected to get a major design overhaul, we can perhaps count on some similar design tweaks in macOS, but beyond that, there’s no word on what’s coming. As with iOS 11, our forum members have created a couple of macOS wishlists, outlining some of the features they’re hoping to see, and while macOS isn’t quite as popular as iOS, there are still some solid ideas.

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Mosaic for macOS scores big with its first professional reviews

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UK based developer Light Pillar is thrilled to announce that its recently launched app ‘Mosaic’ has met with praise from two highly respected industry names. MacTrast and Mac|Life magazine both awarded Mosaic a glowing review with 4.5 stars out of 5. Built from the ground up with a brand new engine, a suite of powerful new features, improved ease-of-use and native macOS integration, Mosaic sets a new standard in what anyone can expect from a time saving and workflow enhancing window manager….
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