Notable apps and updates, Feb. 3

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.


Ohanaware has released App Wrapper 4.1, an update to their post-build process for macOS. 

The utility was designed to simplify the process of preparing applications for submission to the Mac App Store and deploying on web ites. Version 4.1 adds features that the folks at Ohanaware say will help even more developers prepare their Mac apps for Apple App Store Submission and website distribution.

App Wrapper 4.1 requires macOS 10.3.6 or later and costs US$49.99 for a single user 1-Year Update Plan. Customers with a valid Update Plan can upgrade to App Wrapper 4.1 for free. Customers with expired Update Plans can extend their plans for $39.99. A demo is available for download.

Digiarty Software MacXDVD has updated MacX MediaTrans, their iPhone/iPad manager for macOS, to version 7.3.

The tool offers a way to transfer photo, video and music between an iPhone, iPad, and Mac. The app also features end-to-end encryption to safeguard media files. Version 7.3 now supports iPhone 12 Pro/Max RAW album classification, and RAW photos export.

MacX MediaTrans is now available at over 50% by buying MacX MediaTrans now via MacXDVD early bird promotion event.


Peter Viszt has rolled out Heart Reports 2.0 for the iPhone. The app allows users to  generate detailed PDF reports about their health based on the data stored in the Health app on the smartwatch.

The data can be shared with a doctor. Heart Reports takes advantage of the data captured by a user’s Apple Watch and other smart health devices, like blood pressure monitors and blood glucose meters. Users can input data manually as well.

Heart Reports 2.0 requires iOS 14 or later. It costs $2.99 and is available at the Apple App Store.

Dennis Sellers
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Dennis Sellers is the editor/publisher of Apple World Today. He’s been an “Apple journalist” since 1995 (starting with the first big Apple news site, MacCentral). He loves to read, run, play sports, and watch movies.