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Briefly: Back-In-Time 3 available, Pulse updated to version 3.2
Thursday, August 22, 2013 @ 2:10am

Tri-edre has released its latest issuing of its OS X back-up software, Back-In-Time 3. Optimizing users' experience of Apple's Time Machine, Back-In-Time displays the number of different versions of each file backed up and their respective backup dates, as well as whether items have been deleted and their availability within backups. The latest offering includes a new user interface, and improved navigation and search features. Virtual disks can be created for Time Capsule or for other Macs. Additionally, Back-In-Time 3 includes the ability to use the software without the need for administrator privileges. Back-In-Time 3 is available for download in full for $30, or as an upgrade for $10.



Pulse app redesigned for Version 3.2 Pulse, a newsreader that integrates blogs, magazines, newspapers and social networking, has released its latest version as of yesterday. The customizable app lets users easily share favorite content amongst a variety of social networks. Version 3.2 includes a fully redesigned interface that includes new publications, channels and influencers. Searching speed has also been improved, as well as the inclusion of being able to preview a 'source' before adding it to one's Pulse feed. Available for both iPad and iPhone, Pulse 3.2 is downloadable for free on iTunes.

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