The latest batch of Leopard compatibility updates introduce Leopard support to Roxio's Toast 8 and more.
Roxio has introduced Toast 8 Titanium 8.0.3, the latest version of its Mac disc burning software. The update addresses several problems running the industry-standard CD-burning software on Apple's latest OS, including fixing a problem in which music DVD's created on the OS were low quality, and other bug fixes.
Roxio also introduced a Leopard-compatible update for Popcorn, Popcorn 3.0.2. This resolves a series of issues in format handling and the preservation of DVD chapters when ripping them.
Ambrosia Software has introduced a new version of its FTP application, Dragster 1.0.4. This release brings full Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard compatibility, along with many bug fixes and improvements.
Another Leopard update comes in the form of RouteBuddy 1.5, a free update to the GPS mapping application for Mac OS X which offers native support for Garmin, TomTom(B) and NMEA GPS devices.
Calamus 1.11 offers Leopard support. This €129 application lets iPhoto calendars be imported into it in order for users to have these calendars printed at a lower price than Apple charges, using the alternate Photographerbook service.
Mac OS X system utility, Xupport 3.4 also updates its built-in security technology, along with minor improvements and some bug fixes. This application lets users configure hidden Mac OS X and Unix options; increase system security and performance; and maintain and backup Mac OS X, and more.