Apple Safari

Safari is a fast, standards-supporting web browser developed by Apple Inc. and included with Mac OS X. It was first released in 2003, and is the native browser in OS X, the iPhone and the iPod Touch. There is also a Windows version which runs on Windows XP and Vista.

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Safari at Apple
Safari on Wikipedia
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Apple Aperture

Aperture is a software program for Mac OS X developed by Apple Inc since 2005, which was designed to assist photographers in their post-production work, i.e. ingesting, rating, captioning and keywording, cropping, rotating, retouching, and exporting to various formats. It has Non-destructive Editing, RAW support, EXIF and IPTC support, a Loupe, Display Scanning, Full-Screen Display, Slideshow, Light-Table, Customizable Printing and Publishing, Archiving to External Disk (called a Vault in Aperture parlance).

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Aperture at Apple
Aperture on Wikipedia

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Google Statz

Google Statz is an OS X application developed by Googlers and released under the Apache open source license, that allows you to set your presence information simultaneously for various applications such as Adium, Colloquy, Conversation, iChat, ircle, Skype, Snak, Tumblr or Twitter. When you change your status in Statz, from "On the Road" to "In a Meeting" and so on, it updates the status of all the applications you have added to the list.

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Statz from Google Code

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