The latest update to Quicken Software’s FreeRazer system has been a hit among gamers, and now it’s on the verge of becoming an official OS on the Mac, too.
Quicken’s updated FreeRazr 10.2.2 has the ability to integrate with many of the company’s apps, including Quicken Shop, the online shop, and the Quicken Movie Maker app.
The app is a bit of a departure for the Mac.
While Quicken has always been available on Windows, it’s always been a bit more of a Windows experience.
This version of Quicken offers a “more powerful” Mac version, with more features.
It’s also a bit larger, too, as it’s 10.7 by 8.1 inches.
The new version of the FreeRazzr system also includes some changes for the iPhone.
The most notable change is the removal of the “Launch” icon.
Instead, the new system includes the Launch button on the Home menu bar.
That means that you can now open the app and start it up with a single click.
You can also launch Quicken apps from the Home screen.
The company has also made some changes to the app’s navigation menu.
The icon now has a vertical bar to the right of the Home button.
That lets you scroll through the list of Quicks, including the newest, newest and most recently added apps.
Also new in the latest version of FreeRazor is a feature called “Instant Downloads,” which allows you to download and install apps in just a few clicks.
That’s an option that’s only available in the Mac App Store.
There’s no word yet on when the Mac version of this feature will be available, but you can check out the full list of features here.
In other OS X updates, Apple has also added support for Apple TV and iBooks.
It’s also worth noting that Apple has now added support to the Mac and iOS versions of Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite.
That update adds a new, native Apple TV app to the App Store, allowing you to use the Apple TV remote as a remote control for your Mac.