TwistedWave is a very easy-to-use and powerful audio editor. It supports Audio Unit plug-ins and many file formats, including wav, aiff, caf, mp3, mp4, FLAC, and Ogg Vorbis. It has good multichannel support, so you can apply Audio Units to a selection of channels. It supports unlimited undo and redo, which work instantly. Zooming in and moving around the waveform is very fast, even with very large files. All the effects are applied in the background, saving a lot of time.
Instavue extracts the Instaviz diagrams from the user's iPhone or iPod Touch backups. The user can then choose to print the diagrams or export them to any of these vector and bitmap formats: BMP, EPS, GIF, Graphviz, JPEG, PNG, PostScript, SVG, TIFF, Visio VDX, or VML. Mac users can also export to these additional formats: JPEG2000, OpenEXR, Photoshop, PDF, Quickdraw, Silicon Graphics or TGA. Windows users can also export to the EMF (Enhanced Metafile) format.
NuKit is a productivity and timesaving toolkit that provides a Launcher, Tweaker, Shortcuts, Window Mover, Advanced Calculator, Real Zoom, and Real Close. The Launcher is a multifunctional launch panel to open applications, Web sites, and search engines, run commands, perform calculations, and check the dictionary. Shortcuts lets you assign system wide shortcuts to any applications, Web sites, and files, and to execute system actions and scripts.
Delicious Library is a home library system featuring creation of digital shelves for books, movies, and CDs, support for barcode scanning using an iSight or Bluetooth barcode scanner, automatic downloading of information about the scanned media from Amazon (including similar items, user reviews, etc.), the ability to track items lent to people, the ability to send recommendations about a book to friends, and much more. It features a slick, easy to use interface with high-res downloaded images of the media, making it look almost like a real live bookshelf.
skiTunes is a fast, extensible alternative to iTunes. It can use Apple Quicktime, VLC, MPlayer, LAME, and cdrecord. It differs from Apple's offering in that it is written in Cocoa and uses native widgets, as well as supporting formats iTunes doesn't, such as OGG and WMA. Using native widgets will allow it to automatically match the rest of the OS when a theme is applied, unlike iTunes, which requires hacking in order to make it match. It will also offer a skinnable "mini- mode".