At last! The one who was about to become the Mac equivalent of Duke Nukem Forever finally seems to see the light! I’m of course talking about the expected 2.0 release of the popular cataloguing application Delicious Library, which we’ve told you about before and which could be officially released before the end of this month .
Both AppleInsider and TUAW have been able to get their hands on the beta and the galleries are painting really well. In terms of functionality, DL2 stands out for its intensive use of the capabilities of Leopard (in fact, it is only compatible with the latest version of Mac OS X), the publication of our collection on the Internet (via .Mac, iWeb or our FTP server), the automatic cataloguing of the iTunes library, or the possibility of adding several titles at once (ideal for adding the different seasons of a series). In addition, the traditional sections for DVDs, music CDs, video games and books have been expanded to the point that, if we wanted, we could catalogue… even our American pants!
Delicious Library 2.0 will be available for $40 and those of you who have the previous version can upgrade for half, $20, or better yet: free if you purchase it after December 1, 2007.