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New Software: iTunes 7, Microsoft Max, Corel Snapfire, Photoshop & Premiere Elements

Here's a list of popular software that were released this week including iTunes 7 which was unveiled just an hour ago.

Apple iTunes 7
Apple today released a new version of Apple iTunes 7 for Mac and Windows. New features include iPod Summary which gives a visual representation of your iPod hard disk, cover flow that lets you flip through your digital music and video collection just as you would CDs. [Download iTunes 7]

FeedDemon to Windows Live Writer
FeedDemonToLiveWriter is a tiny utility that lets you blog FeedDemon News items using Windows Live Writer (something like the BlogThis! button for Feeddemon) [FeedDemon to Live Writer]

Microsoft Codename Max
Like Adobe Photoshop Album or Google Picasa, Microsoft Max lets you create attractive slideshows from your photographs. It also has an inbuilt RSS reader. The annotate feature lets you draw anything on photos and share them without altering the originals. [Microsoft Max]

Corel Snapfire
This is a free photo enhancement and sharing app from the developers of Corel Draw. The Photo Doctor will let you know when a photo can be improved just by clicking Quick Fix. The photos can be converted into scrapbook pages, cards, collages, and calendars using the supplied templates. [Snapfire]

Adobe Elements Bundle
Adobe Photoshop Elements 5.0 and Premiere Elements 3.0 have all the necessary ingredients of Photoshop CS2 and Premiere Pro 2.0 that a hobbyist like you and me would ever need. No hi-fi features like Chroma key or keyframing but who uses them for editing home videos ?