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1Password 4 for Mac now available with new interface, 1Password mini, shared items, Wi-Fi sync, and more!

1Password 4 for Mac is now live and available. The popular OS X security application was updated this morning, and completely rewritten with a simple new interface and a host of new features. You can now set up multiple vaults that can be shared with family members or coworkers, and each vault gets their own sync preferences. You can even set up a demo vault to show off 1Password to others. Open the demo vault from the app's lock screen with the password "demo". Switch between vaults by tapping the keyhole icon next to 1Password's traffic lights. You can also share individual items.

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BBC releases new iPlayer desktop application for offline content

The BBC has released a new version of its iPlayer desktop application, that unlike previous iterations no longer allows access to live TV. The new iPlayer downloads is an app for the Mac or Windows PC that provides a simple method of downloading shows from the BBC for offline viewing.

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VLC media player for Mac updates with new audio core, 4K video support

The desktop version of popular open-source media player VLC has received a major update today. Version 2.1, called Rincewind, includes a new audio core, which improves the overall audio processing of VLC, along with support for 4K video.

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Apple releases Xcode 5 into the Mac App Store

If you're an iOS or Mac developer, you'll already be familiar with Xcode for OS X. And, to coincide with todays public release of iOS 7 Apple has pushed version 5.0 into the Mac App Store.

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Rewind live audio with Intermission for Mac

Intermission is a new app from Rogue Amoeba that lets you easily rewind any audio on your Mac, including live streaming audio like radio programs, sports, and teleconferences. Intermission sits in your menu bar for fast access, though it also supports global keyboard shortcuts.

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BusyCal 2 for Mac updated with support for Exchange

BusyCal 2 for Mac was recently updated to version 2.5 and brings with it one of the most demanded features, support for Microsoft Exchange. If you're already using BusyCal 2.0 or later, the update is free.

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Voila for Mac gives you fine tuned control of screenshots paired with lots of ways to edit and share them

Voila for Mac by Global Delight is a robust screenshot program that goes way beyond the screenshots you can natively take on your Mac. From taking screenshots of individual menu items to things that may not be possible with the native options, odds are Voila can help you do it. As part of Voila's back to school sale, it's also half off the regular price for a limited time.

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The best free and paid text editors for the Mac

Word processors like Microsoft Word and Apple's own Pages software are just dandy if you want to write a college paper or fax a cover sheet, but their focus is on page layout and text formatting. Text editors are an entirely different story. Text editors are much more helpful if you're editing code, creating web pages, doing text transformation or other things that a word processor is just overkill for. Here's a roundup of the best ones you can get for your Mac at the moment.

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Yojimbo 4.0 released with new syncing service

Version 4.0 of information organizing application Yojimbo has been released by Bare Bones Software, retiring MobileMe support and bringing in a new syncing mechanism. Yojimbo 4.0 now uses the Wasabi syncing service to move data across devices.

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Vox for Mac review: Your lightweight yet powerful iTunes alternative

If iTunes gets you down sometimes, then Vox may well be the Mac music player you've been looking for. We're not going to spend 300 words talking about why iTunes might get you down, we've been there before. Instead, lets focus on Vox, which is a fine alternative. Part of it's beauty is in its simplicity, yet behind the minimal exterior lies a powerful music player with a ton of options, support for all the audio formats you should ever need and the ability to play your iTunes library.

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