SuperMegaUltraGroovy TapeDeck 1.5
SuperMegaUltraGroovy has announced the release of TapeDeck 1.5, the sequel to the audio recorder for Mac OS X.
This new release adds support for Retina displays, and new YouTube uploading with high definition output. You can purchase TapeDeck 1.5 for only $4.99 US (regular MSRP $19.99 US) for a limited time at tapedeckapp.com.
As its predecessor, TapeDeck 1.5 features the retro interface reminiscent of an 80’s tape recorder. It allows you to automatically save your recording as soon as you hit STOP.
TapeDeck 1.5 requires a Mac running OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion, and also adds support for Apple’s Sandboxing security feature.
- TapeDeck now supports the Retina display.
- Uploading to YouTube is improved: Now with HD videos.
- TapeDeck is now a sandboxed application.
- Scrolling behavior is said to be better in the tape box.
- Various other fixes and improvements.
Pricing & Availability:
TapeDeck is available for $4.99 USD for a limited time, a 75% discount off its regular price of $19.99 USD.
More information: TapeDeck
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