The folks at Gideon Softworks have released three new applications for Mac OS X.
is a US$10 utility that lets you set file permissions, change the owner of a file, and change the group of a file. It reduces the need for the user to go to the command line to perform these simple tasks, according to David Clark of Gideon Softworks.
is a $10 Dock-based launcher. It reduces Dock clutter by replacing numerous application and document icons in the Dock with a single “docklet,” Clark said. Snard also includes the ability to: launch an application as the admin; perform a search locally or Internet wide using Sherlock; and provides one-click access to all your preferences.
lets you configure and use the Secure Shell Daemon. And it’s free.
Gideon Softworks was formed and incorporated to develop “market leading applications” for Mac OS X, according to Clark. Their first product was iFTP, a $25 FTP client for Mac OS X.