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Mac Apps: Geekbench 2.4.2, Firefox 19.0.2, CleanMyMac 2 + Mac Coder Party Tips

8 March 2013 1,626 views 3 Comments

Today's Mac App roundup will leave your wallet smelling minty fresh and includes the latest from PrimateLabs, Mozilla, MacPaw, MacUpdate and MacLegion…

Geekbench can now be run on Blackberry 10, as well as Apple’s latest toys. CleanMyMac gets a whole number bump, while Firefox gets a security-flavored tweak. Rounding out today’s Mac App report are a pair of Spring Mac bundles, which will leave your wallet smelling minty fresh.

• Geekbench 2.4.2 (release notes, download)
— Ported Geekbench to BlackBerry 10
— Added “Export License File” to Geekbench 2 Pro
— Added support for iMac (Late 2012)
— Added support for MacBook Pro (Retina Early 2013)
— Added a comparison chart to the benchmark results on Android
— Added support for sharing benchmark results with other applications on Android
— Fixed a bug where Geekbench misidentified Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processors
— Fixed a bug that could cause unwanted characters to appear in messages
— Worked around an issue that could cause Geekbench to underreport performance on Android 4.0.0 through 4.0.3

• CleanMyMac 2.0 (release notes, download)
— A major update sporting a bunch of completely new features and modules, updated scanner and cleanup algorithm and hundreds of improvements
— Redesigned from scratch – new design with one unified button to perform most operations
— Automatic Cleanup – clean your Mac quickly and easily in two clicks
— Large and Old files – review and remove large files and folders that you haven’t used for a while
— iPhoto Cleanup – reduce the size and optimize your iPhoto library leaving your photos untouched
— And more features, like smart drag-n-drop, Trash Clean Up + Scheduler, Uninstaller and Trash monitoring

Next, there is Firefox 19.0.2 (release notes, download), which is a security-driven release, see details in the associated security advisory.

The pair of exits on today’s journey down the Mac app trip in the fast lane are the MacUpdate Spring Bundle and MacLegion Spring Bundle. Pick either, pay $49.99, get 10 useful apps and you, too, will be impossibly productive, happier, thinner and, yes, more fun at parties. And mint, mint, minty… love the smell.

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