In this week’s Mac app roundup, you’ll find software with an international flair, a calculator like no other, and a view of the beautiful planet we live on.
An extension of the popular Markdown format allows you easily create rich documents that contain all sorts of formulas, which, in turn, are computed in real time using data taken from the documents themselves.
Earth 3D 1.3.0
The app provides a thorough overview of the world, with beautifully designed landmarks and lots of detailed information about everything from the tallest skyscrapers to the largest peninsulas.
Just Translate 2.9.3
Movie Explorer 1.1
Developer Ron Elemans’s Movie Explorer scans your hard drives for video files and attempts to match them with information from the Internet Movie Database.
The app maps all your movies and TV shows, collecting them in a single location using a beautiful graphical interface, and providing all kinds of metadata about them.
Remote Desktop 8.0.6
The latest release of the app includes support for the company’s RemoteApp technology, which allows remotely-running software to appear as if it were being executed locally, along with improved printer redirection capabilities and better remote resource management.
Bits and bytes
Subtle B’s $3 StorageStatus is now at version 1.2.1, which comes with improved performance, a few changes to the user interface, and other general improvements.