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MacVoices #15067: Michael E. Cohen Takes Control of PDFpen 7


Michael E. Cohen just finished Take Control of PDFpen 7 to help you get up and running on the latest and greatest edition of Smile’s PDF utility. From the new features to the new interface, Michael gives you a guided tour of PDFpen 7, provides some examples of how you might use PFDpen’s power, and even profiles the iOS version for iPhone and iPad. He also discusses the extra features of PDFpenPro 7, the implications of buying directly from Smile or through the Mac App Store, and Smie’s decision to make this a Yosemite-only version.

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MacVoices 15066: Bob LeVitus Introduces BobLevitus.TV

Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus has a new project: BobLeVitus.TV. Bob talks about the concept and execution and aspirations behind this new offering that may take him from the Internet to a cable TV network. From cameras to mics, Bob covers what has gone into the making of BobLeVitus.TV, how often he plans to release shows, and then turns his attention to some of his favorite new products.

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MacVoices #15065: Sergey Kurdyashov and Josh Brown of Softorino Introduce the Video Conversion Tool WALTR

Sergey Kurdyashov and Josh Brown of Softorino talk about the development of WALTR, a simple but powerful utility to load a wide variety of audio and video formats on your iPhone and iPad quickly and without transcoding. The difference is that those files then appear in the native music and video apps, exactly as if they were natively supported. MKV, AVI, FLAC and all those other hard-to-deal with formats load and play easily. Sergey and Josh reveal the origin of the name, discuss how they discovered 4K video could be played on the newest iPhones, and why their intro video is a template for other developers to follow.

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MacVoices #15064: The Apple World Today Crew On The Launch of Their New Site


Steve SandeKelly Hodgkins and Dave Caolo have founded Apple World Today, a site that brings the best of the old The Unofficial Apple Weblog over to a new site with new features and focus. The trio discuss what was involved in getting the site up so quickly, the long list of things necessary for a modern web presence, and some of the tools they are relying on. News, product reviews, opinions and, eventually, a community are all part of the mix of this promising new presence on the Apple web.

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MacVoices #15063: The Next Step for Christopher Breen


Christopher Breen discusses the changes he’s making in his life, which include leaving Macworld behind and taking a position at an “unidentified tech company headquartered in Cupertino.” Chris talks about what this will and won’t mean to his social media presences, how the changes in publishing influenced his decision, and shares some perspective on his time as a very public Mac figure.

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