ROCHESTER, New York -- September 4, 2008 -- Ambrosia Software, Inc. today announced the release of Redline 1.0.5. This update of the popular online racing game brings improvements and bug fixes.
This update is free to all registered users, and there are two ways to download this new release. You can do so quickly using the auto updater from the game's main menu, or you can download the full archive as a disk image here:
Gun the throttle, light up the tires, and hurtle down the track in any of the four racing modes Redline offers: the realistic Simulation mode, an aggressive Arcade mode, clean racing Strict mode, or kick it into high gear in the insanely intense Turbo Arcade mode. No matter what your pleasure, take your pick from numerous cars, tracks, and jump into a racing game that delivers adrenaline via digital injection.
ROCHESTER, New York -- August 26, 2008 -- Ambrosia Software, Inc. announced today the release of updates to two of their popular games, Apeiron X 1.0.3 & Bubble Trouble X 1.1.0. These new releases of Apeiron X & Bubble Trouble X are both Universal Binaries that run native on Intel Macs, and continue to work on any Mac running MacOS X 10.3.9 or later. In addition to being a Universal Binaries, a few minor bugs were fixed, and features polished.
You can download Apeiron X 1.0.3 & Bubble Trouble X 1.1.0 here:
Apeiron X 1.0.3 & Bubble Trouble X 1.1.0 include the following changes/enhancements:
-- Recompiled as Universal Binary to natively on Intel Macs.
-- Bug fixes & enhancements
ROCHESTER, New York -- July 9, 2008 -- Ambrosia Software, Inc. today announced the release of iToner 1.0.8. This update of the highly popular iPhone custom ringtone transfer tool offers support for iTunes 7.7 and iPhone OS 2.0, along with Japanese localization.
Exempt from per-ringtone fees, iToner lets you easily transfer your own MP3, AAC, WAVE, and AIFF audio files to your iPhone, and enjoy them as custom ringtones.
The iToner 1.0.8 update is free for all registered users, and may be downloaded here:
iToner 1.0.8 features the following fixes and improvements:
-- Fixes for iTunes 7.7 and iPhone OS 2.0 compatibility
-- Japanese localization
Rochester, NY -- August 25, 2006 -- Ambrosia Software, Inc. announced today the release of Snapz Pro X 2.0.3, an Intel-compatible update to the popular video capture product Snapz Pro X. This updated version, which is free to registered users of Snapz Pro X 2.0.x, may be downloaded here:
Snapz Pro X 2.0.3 features the following changes/enhancements:
-- Snapz Pro X 2.0.3 runs without known issues on Intel machines; performance is excellent
-- Tuned performance to run optimally on single processor machines to avoid sound stuttering while recording movies with sound
-- If you are running on Tiger (MacOS X 10.4) or later, movie recording in Snapz Pro X will now respect the cursor visibility checkbox, and will just "do the right thing." In the past, we had to work around a bug in an Apple API such that if "Cursor visible" was checked, the cursor in a movie was ALWAYS visible. Now it will do what you'd expect: if "Cursor visible" is checked, the cursor will be drawn in the movie if it is visible on the screen. If "Cursor visible" us unchecked, no cursor will be drawn onto the movie.
-- Fixed an crashing bug that would occur when Snapz Pro X was invoked on an Intel Mac Mini or an Intel MacBook (but no other Intel machines that I'm aware of).
Rochester, NY -- July 11th, 2006 -- Ambrosia Software, Inc. announced today the release of iSeek 1.1.1. This minor update of the Internet search utility, which is free to registered users of iSeek 1.x, maybe downloaded here:
iSeek 1.1.1 features the following changes/enhancements:
-- Compiled as Universal Binary to run natively on Intel Macs.
-- Enclosed Register program is now Universal Binary.
iSeek is an indispensable tool that allows you to instantly search for anything on the Internet, no matter what program you're running at the time. iSeek puts a familiar search field in your menu bar, always at your beck and call, needing just a click or keystroke to start your search. No lengthy startup times, no cumbersome interface to navigate, just streamlined Aqua goodness.
iSeek's slick and seamless interface belies a significant amount of power and convenience; its no mere front-end to Google, it ships with pre-configured search shortcuts for dozens of useful Internet resources, and is eminently customizable and expandable. Download it and try it out for free now:
Track your FedEx packages with a single click, search for lyrics to your favorite songs, check on weather conditions, read reviews of movies you're planning to see -- the sky's the limit. iSeek is like Sherlock™, only fast and convenient, which means you'll actually use it. Every day. And then wonder how you did without it.
iSeek costs $15, and a free trial version is available.
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