Thank you to everyone who entered our iBank giveaway last week.
iBank combines a robust feature set, simple interface and streamlined import process to create a very attractive financial application. At $59 it doesn’t come cheap, but is competitively priced for the functionality offered.
We have randomly chosen one winner, and I’m pleased to announce that it is:
- Ryan Leach
Congratulations Ryan – you should be receiving a license code shortly! Sorry to all of you who didn’t win this time, but rest assured we have some awesome software giveaways coming over the next month. Stay tuned via RSS to make sure you don’t miss out!
The popularity of online music streaming services has rocketed in recent years, as bandwidth costs decrease and record labels begin to understand the benefits of online music. Today I’ll be taking a look at Spotify – a relatively new, and excellently designed, music streaming application for OS X.
This is our first screencast review, and something we may do more of in the future (if you like it!) Please feel free to let me know your thoughts in the comments!
We have one license up for grabs, and all you need to do to enter is leave a comment on this post. The competition will run for one week, and we’ll randomly select the the winner on Wednesday 29th July.
The Hit List is a fantastic task manager for OS X, and certainly worth taking a look at if you haven’t before. As ever, our review is a good starting point to learn more about the app.
The two randomly selected winners are:
- Kevin Cannon
Congratulations to you both – I have passed your details on to Potion Factory and you should be receiving a license shortly! Sorry to those who missed out, but we’ll be running another financial-themed giveaway next week. As ever, be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss out.
There has been a great deal of recent talk about the new version of OS X, scheduled for release in September. Called Snow Leopard, it aims to offer a range of speed and performance improvements, improve the architecture upon which your applications run, and offer better Exchange support for businesses.
Due to the lack of many new end-user features, it’s set to be the cheapest upgrade to date – priced at only $29. This article will go into detail about the improvements to expect in Snow Leopard, along with offering a few reasons to upgrade.
Following our review of The Hit List a couple of days ago, I’m pleased to announce that we have two copies of the fantastic application to give away. Worth $49.95, it’s a great chance to get your hands on one of the best task managers available.
Entering is simple – all you need to do is leave a comment, letting us know the main tasks you’re working on today (I’m intrigued to know what all our wonderful readers get up to!)
The competition will run for one week, and we’ll randomly select the two winners on Wednesday 15th July. Good luck, and be sure to follow us on Twitter or subscribe to the RSS feed to find out if you’re a winner!