Announcing, for public-release later this week, the Mac OS X version of the Email Address Encoder. At long last, the popular web application has been rewritten from the ground up as a native Cocoa application for the Mac. The Enkoder, as it is now called, is even better in its new form.

Faster, prettier, and easier to use, the new Enkoder makes email addresses even harder for robots to parse using a hunk of code donated to the project by friend, hero, programming-legend, and boy genius, Carl N. Free Jr.

IN SHORT: Anyone using Mac OS X 10.2 or newer will be able to download, entirely for free, a native version of the Enkoder to run on their machines. Just like they’ve always wanted.

Take a look at a screenshot, if you’d like.

A Windows-version of the Enkoder is forthcoming.

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