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Eltima released a new version of its SyncMate synchronization tool this week. The latest release, SyncMate 2.0, gives Mac users the ability sync their computers with Nokia series 40 mobile phones, Google accounts, and other Macs in addition to Windows Mobile devices.

SyncMate 2.0
Version 2.0 also feature interface enhancements and new plugins.

The software, which runs on Mac OS X 10.4 and later, comes in two versions—a free edition and a $40 Expert Edition.—Philip Michaels

BravoTunes gets bug fixes, interface tweaks

BravoTunes 1.1.1 has been released. The software provides scrolling iTunes track info in your menu bar, displaying track details including artist, title and album for current and upcoming tracks, and it’s fully customizable.

The 1.1.1 update fixes bugs, improves the interface and enhances functionality. System requirements call for Mac OS X 10.4 or later. It’s free.—Peter Cohen gives online library new look has launched a new online tutorial library. The service operates on a $25 per month subscription fee, which offers viewers unlimited access to all of’s software training. That includes more than 110 tutorial programs covering pro video software like Final Cut Studio and other tools used by video pros, like Logic Studio and Adobe Creative Suite 4.—PC

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