Notable apps and updates, July 15-20

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 this week’s picks.

macOS

Roxio has announced Toast 18 Titanium and Toast 18 Pro, the latest versions of the company’s digital media and burning suite for macOS. Users looking for new creative options can now explore the new Roxio Akrilic to transform photos into digital art with AI-powered Smart Art technology.

This digital media manager and CD & DVD burner for Mac in 64-bit allows you to burn, copy, capture, edit, convert, and share your music, videos, photos, and files. You can use Toast MyDVD to author DVDs complete with menus, chapters, and music. 

You can safeguard your information with banking-level encryption using Roxio Secure Burn and create both Mac and Windows compatible formats. You can edit two camera angles together to create dynamic videos using MultiCam Capture and MultiCam Editing.

This digital media manager and CD & DVD burner for Mac in 64-bit allows you to burn, copy, capture, edit, convert, and share your music, videos, photos, and files. You can use Toast MyDVD to author DVDs complete with menus, chapters, and music. 

Toast 18 Pro offers all the features of Toast 18 Titanium, plus enhanced editing with up to four multi-cam streams, and digital media must-haves worth over $200.

Roxio Toast 18 Titanium and Roxio Toast 18 Pro are available now in English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, and Spanish as electronic downloads directly from www.roxio.com. Roxio Toast 18 Titanium is available at the suggested retail price of $99.99; Roxio Toast 18 Pro costs $149.99. Information on volume licensing for commercial and educational organizations is available at www.roxio.com/licensing. Roxio Toast 18 Titanium will also be available at selected retail partners starting in August.

Tomb Raider has been updated to 64-bit, using Feral Interactive’s latest code libraries and Apple’s Metal graphics API for performance enhancements across all supported Macs.

Here’s how the game is described: “When a young Lara Croft is shipwrecked on an uncharted island, she enters a fight for survival armed with nothing but her instincts. Players will help Lara perfect her natural gifts as she embarks on a perilous journey to save her friends, and escape the island’s murderous inhabitants.” 

Users running macOS 10.14 Mojave can update their copy of Tomb Raider for free on the Mac App Store or Steam

iOS

Project Zero Deaths has launched Project Zero Deaths for iOS devices. It’s a platform shooter in which you choose between five different characters with unique skills and upgrade and customize every aspect of your character and fighting gear.

Dreaming In Binary has debuted Spend Stack. The $4.99 app is designed to allow users to make and manage any kind of list involving money. It keeps a running total of its item’s cost. It accounts for sales tax in the area, and users can apply discounts by percentage or fixed amount, price produce by weight and more. 

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