Utility developer SmileOnMyMac has introduced updates to its TextExpander, BrowseBack and PhotoPrinto applications, making its entire line now compatible with Mac OS X v10.5 “Leopard.” The updates are free for registered users.
TextExpander helps you save keystrokes by creating custom abbreviations to insert frequently-used text and images in other applications. BrowseBack is a visual Web page history search engine, and PhotoPrinto lets you design and print photo albums and scrapbooks on your Mac.
The new versions are TextExpander 2.0.3, BrowseBack 1.4.1 and PhotoPrinto 2.1.1. Leopard-compatible versions are already available of DiscLabel (4.1.1), PDFpen and PDFpenPro (3.3) and PageSender (4.1).
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