On a regular basis, Apple World Today posts a list of notable new apps or app updates that have been released. They may not necessarily be new, but they’re popular and deserve mention. Here are today’s picks.
Accoca, a Japanese password manager app, is now available in English. It’s an ID and password manager app that stores and encrypts data locally, using the industry standard AES-256 protocol. It’s available in a free and $2.99 (for a limited time) “pro” version.
Apple has updated its Apple Store app with a few feature additions. For example, it adds the ability to bypass a carrier preauthorization requirement when buying an iPhone.
MW3D-Solutions has unleashed Cheetah3D 7.1, an update to its 3D modeling solution for macOS.
The utility sports features such as polygon reduction, a loft modeling object and a text spline object. Version 7.1 allows even more complex and realistic scenes.
Cheetah3D 7.1 requires macOS 10.6.8 or higher. It costs $99 for a single-user license. Customers may upgrade from older version for $59. Those who purchased Cheetah3D 6.x after April 1, 2015, can upgrade for free.