SplashData has released a Universal Binary version of SplashID 4 for Mac OS X. The announcement on the SplashData blog reads:
“We are very proud to be finally releasing the SplashID 4 upgrade for Mac OS. Thanks to all those Mac users who were patient and waited for this release – it was well worth it I think.
Here is a list of enhancements:
- New desktop views – Panel View and Tree View
- Tree View on the handheld application
- Enhanced security – auto lock-out after 10 failed attempts, password strength meter, and password hint option
- Web Auto-Fill – one click to open a website in Safari and login automatically
- Synchronize multiple SplashID databases (with other version 4 database files only)
- Enhanced Lookup feature instantly displays relevant results as you type
- Email securely encrypted SplashID files to other users (from the handheld application too!)
- Add additional standalone desktop users
- Change the database and auto-backup file locations
- Toolbars give you button features where they are needed the most
- Updated icon set with enhanced high resolution graphics
- Fully Leopard compatible
- Universal Binary
- Note: Requires 10.4 or later”
If you are running the beta version of SplashID 4, you will need to do some clean up work before you install the release version. Directions for removing the beta can be found on the SplashData blog.
SplashID 4 for Mac OS X costs $19.95 for new customers. Existing SplashID users can upgrade to the new version for $9.95. For more details, and how to purchase an full or upgrade license, visit the SplashData website.