was updated on Monday to version 1.5. The new version adds a new way to view and zap applications called ZapGenie. This allows users to browse their collection of apps, search them and sort them by the last time used — this, according to the developer, gives users an easy way to find applications that are no longer being used so they can be deleted. AppZapper helps users locate and delete preference and support files when deleting applications from their hard drive and then moves them to the trash when they get zapped. Individuals can purchase AppZapper for $12.95 and a brand new Family Pack registers all members of the same household for only $18. The free shareware version allows you to zap five times prior to purchase.