Free DigiTools 2.0 released for Apple Mac OS X

MegaWorks today announced the release of DigiTools 2.0, the first major update of the freeware multipurpose Mac OS X application. DigiTools 2.0 improves support for Mac OS X 10.4 “Tiger”, as well as adding 20 new features including access to the font panel, RTF support, and image scaling and rotation in the image viewer tool.

Other improvements include the addition of spell checking, and an improved word counter capable of counting words, lines, characters, paragraphs and sentences of any text document. Also included that was missing in previous versions is full documentation accessible through the Help menu to help new users learn to use the program.

As well as new features, 2.0 also fixes many bugs to improve program stability, and uses significantly less hard disk space and CPU power. DigiTools 2.0 is available as a free download, and is compatible with Mac OS X 10.3 or later.


Word Processor
• RTF Support
• Font formatting
• Plain text editing
• Restrict editing
• Live Word Count
• Spell Checker
• Page Color

Font Browser
• Font Counter
• Text Preview Presets
• Change Font Size Quickly

Movie Player
• Fullscreen playback
• Supports same media as QuickTime Player
• Get Info about movies
• Movie A/V Controls

Image Viewer
• Rotate Left and Right
• Image Printing
• Image Rescaling
• Image Scrolling
• Save Images as JPEG

• Note duplicating
• Note saving
• Transparency and note color
• Extract text from files into notes
• Extract text from clipboard into notes

More info and download link (1.6MB) here.


  1. hehe, first post again.

    what is commission on software? I don’t mind MDN telling me about new software, but when it’s an advertisement, It should be marked somehow.

    mw: english
    as in “Look over there! It’s the english!”

  2. hold on, it’s free. didn’t see that there ” width=”19″ height=”19″ alt=”grin” style=”border:0;” />

    Still, advertisements should be clearly marked.

    MW: man
    As in “Look over there! It’s a man!”

  3. I have an idea, let’s talk about the software rather than username’s post.

    Anyone use DigiTools? Is it good? Bad? Ugly? I’ve weened myself off of M$ Office by using a combo of other tools, like AppleWorks (which is ugly). Can anyone recommend this?

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