Mac Tools: DVDRipper Pro 4.0.6, WhatRoute 1.11, Transmit 4.3.4 and Deals
Coffee’s hot and Toast is buttered! How do you like your apps? There’s a sunny-side-up WhatRoute update that adds Notifications, while DVDRipper Pro gains 50 more titles and Mac FTP app Transmit brings the bug fixes. And, of course, this Mac tool report has been seasoned to taste with free trials and deals.
• WhatRoute 1.11 (download, donation ware)
— New Flow Monitor window
— Option to start Monitors when the window is opened
— Option to start WhatRoute at Login
— Use Notification Center on MacOS Mt Lion
Roxio’s Toast is currently on sale for $49.99 — a $50 discount — over at Stack Social, a deal that segues seamlessly into our second update…
Two interesting facts about DVDRipper Pro: It isn’t available on the Mac App Store (i.e. those mis-/alternate spellings aren’t the real thing) and you can buy DVD Ripper Pro with BitCoins. The current asking price is 0.1 BTC.
For what it’s worth, my go to DVD ripper app is Little App Factory’s RipIt for which there is a multi-DVD trial.
• Transmit 4.3.4 (download)
— Fixed an issue with Transmit’s UI not responding when trying to perform a folder synchronize on 10.6
— Fixed an issue where connecting to FTP via TLS/SSL would fail for some servers
— Fixed a possible crash when Transmit is minimized during a transfer
— Fixed a possible issue when downloading server favicons for favorites
— Fixed an issue with Transmit Disk auto-updating
— Available on the Mac App Store ($33.99)