As mentioned last week in the Mac Gems blog, we hosted a Macworld Expo session profiling 17 of our favorite low-cost software offerings. We thought we’d share the audio from that session to accompany the list of bargain apps that have caught our eye.
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Here are the 17 apps we profiled during our Expo session.
- Saft ($12)
- Chax (free)
- DejaMenu (free)
- NuFile (payment requested)
- MondoMouse ($15)
- MenuMeters (free)
- GrandPerspective (free) and WhatSize (free)
- SuperDuper ($28)
- DropCopy (free for individuals; $25 for large networks)
- ChangeShortName (payment requested)
- Service Scrubber (payment requested)
- Witch (payment requested)
- Snapz Pro X ($29 for image-only version; $69 for movie-capture version)
- Jumpcut (free)
- teleport (free)
- TextExpander ($30)
If you’re interested in more low-cost gems, be sure to read our round-up of the best low-cost software programs of all time. You can also visit the Mac Gems catalog to see the mouse rating for every low-cost app we’ve ever reviewed.
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