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PCalc 4.0.1 – Full-Featured Scientific Calculator. (Commercial)

Published on April 18, 2014 by in Android OS

PCalc is a full-featured, scriptable scientific calculator with support for hexadecimal, octal, and binary calculations, as well as an RPN mode, programmable functions, and an extensive set of unit conversions.

A Dashboard Widget is included with the main application.

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Blu-Ray Player 2.10.3.1568 – Blu-Ray Media Player. (Demo)

Published on April 18, 2014 by in Apple OS

Blu-ray Player is the first universal media player for Mac and PC in the world. It can play Blu-ray discs or its ISO files not only on Mac or PC, but also on iPhone/iPad/iPod touch. It supports all media formats for movies, videos, audio, music, and photos. It has multi-language support, and has a user-friendly interface. After adding DTS 5.1 into it, Blu-ray Player brings you the most popular Blu-ray HD video entertainment on your Mac.

The first Blu-ray player software supporting Mac… Mac Blu-ray player, the world’s first Blu-ray player software for Apple Mac, is the unique Blu-ray media player that supports both Mac and Windows systems. All Blu-ray Disc, Blu-ray files, and Blu-ray folders (BDMV folders) can be perfectly played on MacBook Pro, Air, Mac mini, iMac, Mac Pro with OS X 10.5 to 10.9 Mavericks, as well as Windows 8 / 7 / XP / Vista by Mac Blu-ray player software. With this fabulous Mac Blu-ray Player software you can easily have a HD Blu-ray entertainment on your Mac or PC.

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BitTorrent Sync 1.3.93 – Sync Files Securely Without the Cloud (Beta). (Free)

BitTorrent Sync allows you to sync unlimited files between your own devices, or share a folder with friends and family to automatically sync anything.

File transfers are encrypted. Your information is never stored on a server in the cloud and your data is protected by private keys. (more…)

 
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