Thomas from 24HourMall
Software design is one of the trickier jobs of this advanced age in which we live. The work involved for even a comparatively simple program is quite significant, and the slightest error could result in a huge problem. A misspelled word, a misplaced period; that sort of thing could be disastrous for a developer. However, the payoff is huge. If a company can produce a functional program that performs a new function, or serves an old function in a new way, they well may have struck gold. Roxio is one such developer that appears to have staked their claim and started to digging. Their flagship program, Toast, is one of the best digital media programs on the market. With it, you can greatly expand the capacity of programs such as iTunes, iPhoto, and even iMovie. AS you can tell by the compatible programs, Toast is designed for Mac users. Also, as wonderful as those programs are on their own, Toast makes them better. The newest version of Toast (Toast 6 Titanium) is more of the same. There are other programs available onsite, as well, and they are good ones. The folks at Roxio definitely have a finger on the pulse of their demographic. However, Toast is their bread and butter. When you’ve developed what is widely considered the industry standard for CD and DVD burning on Mac OS X, anything else is gravy. In this world of file sharing and digital media, Roxio has armed their customers with the best program available.