AppFresh update manager out of beta for Mountain Lion
Now that Mountain Lion is out, developers are starting to roll out updates that'll make their apps compatible with Apple's latest OS. Users can easily keep up with all these changes using AppFresh for Mac. This utility from Metaquark will keep all your applications, widgets, preference panes and plugins on their latest version with minimal effort on your part.
AppFresh gets its update information from Apple's system updates, RSS-based Sparkle updates and the repository of app updates maintained at the "i use this" website. It integrates with Growl notifications and will alert you when an update is installed.
AppFresh is available from the Metaquark store for US$9.99, and works on Snow Leopard and Lion in addition to Mountain Lion. This discounted price is in effect until August 15, at which point the price will go up to $14.99. You can find out more about AppFresh on Metaquark's website.
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