More and more third-party developers are updating their products to be compatible with the Leopard OS, with the latest batch including new versions of Cocktail, Snak, KidsGoGo and more.

Along with Leopard support, Cocktail 4.0 adds new features, fixes, optimisations and other improvements. These include improvements to its built-in software update feature and a selection of updated Automator actions. Cocktail is a general purpose utility for Mac OS X that simplifies the use of advanced UNIX functions.

The Internet Relay Chat client for the Mac, Snak, reaches version 5.3.3, ready for Leopard.

Child-friendly web-filtering software, Kids GoGoGo 12.4 will now filter content for the iPhone and the iPod touch and offers better image, video and blog filtering and an updated list of blocked fraud websites.

Redcort Software's Virtual TimeClock Pro 5.6 time and attendance software offers full Leopard compatibility along with much-improved attendance reporting, adding new categories for timecards and attendance sheets and the introduction of a Paid Break option designed to simplify the monitoring and reporting of paid employee breaks.

PandaWare's time and expense billing software, TimeCache, has been updated to Version 7.0.5, a stability and bug fix update that also adds Mac OS X 10.5 compatibility.

This version also includes new functionality such as an ability to create new invoices based on unpaid balances on existing invoices, an easier interface for moving posted entries back to the daily worksheet window, new ways to add data entries, and the ability to import client, project and billing category listings from Intuit QuickBooks.

Another Leopard update, this time to Smart Trash, enhances the functions of the operating system's Trash with the introduction of several menu options including selective file deletion, extensive logging, the ability to empty the trash on specific volumes, and more.