Mac App Updates: ClamXav Engine Update, Lightroom 5 beta, Geekbench Goes Blackberry
You are only as good as your most recent release. Whereas ClamXav and Geekbench keep it fresh, Apple’s Aperture hasn’t seen a whole number release since 2010, while Adobe has unveiled its second Lightroom update in as many years. Today’s Mac App Update report has the details.
If you have a Mac with 2GB RAM and running OS X 10.6.8 or later, you can also get and run Adobe’s Lightroom 5 beta (download). The biggest deal in this upcoming whole number release is the Advanced Healing Brush, which allows users to easily remove objects and fix defects.
Aperture 3.0 hit the streets back in February 2010. The most recent incremental update, v3.4.3, arrived November 2012.
— Added support for sharing benchmark results with other applications on BlackBerry 10.
— Improved interface layout on BlackBerry 10.
— Improved processor model detection on BlackBerry 10.
— Fixed a bug where system information was invisible on the BlackBerry Q10.