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Posted By: AndreasM. on 2022/11/5 19:25:52
The English and German issue 159 (November/Dezember 2022) of our print magazine Amiga Future has been distributed today, and can also be ordered directly from our editorial office at Amiga Future, and from other Amiga dealers that stock it.

This issue includes a review of version 5.1.2 of Pagestream for MorphOS.
Posted By: AndreasM. on 2021/1/16 21:06:17
The English and German issue 148 (January/February 2020) of the print magazine Amiga Future has been distributed today, and can also be ordered directly from the editorial office of Amiga Future, and the other Amiga dealers that stock the magazine.

Mag Content:

Review Wayfarer
Review Bifrost A1200 Heimdall Edition
Interview Christian Weber

and so much more ... if you haven't already, get your collectable copy ordered today
Posted By: AndreasM. on 2014/9/25 16:28:26
DigiBooster 3.1 was released for AmigaOS 3, AmigaOS 4 and MorphOS.

DigiBooster 3.1 is available on CD-ROM and as download in our online-shop
Posted By: AndreasM. on 2013/1/21 12:38:58
Just in time for New Year there's another major update to our Amiga Software Database (ASD) at Amiga Future. In the last few weeks we've added and edited several hundred entries, and nearly 1000 new scans. Almost 5000 scanned images of original software/application packaging, manuals, etc. are now included in more than 3700 entries of the database. The next steps will include further additions of CD-ROMs, and (Cover-) Discs and Magazines, an estimated 2000 entries more will be available. Enjoy viewing the largest database of application software and literature related to the Amiga! By the way, issue 100 of the Amiga Future magazine is now available. It's ready and waiting for you to buy it at selected Amiga dealers or directly from our online shop.
Posted By: AndreasM. on 2009/9/20 8:42:06
DigiBooster 3 development has been resumed after a vacation break. While it has been demonstrated that the program skeleton is working on both MorphOS and AmigaOS 4, and the player engine, the heart of any music tracker, was mature enough to release it inside DigiRoller, there are still substantial features missing...

The first one of them just implemented is instrument loading...