Posts tagged download

Facebook, LinkedIN, attacked again

in Favor of SOPA and PIPA? Okay, Facebook, LinkedIn, Google, AOL, Boing Boing and the rest of you bitching and moaning about a “free internet” and the “SOPA” and “PIPA” legislations … where are you now? Still getting smacked by cybercriminals, I see. Folks, cybercrime is relentless — it doesn’t stop, it never rests. Watch out Facebook and LinkedIn users, they’re out to get YOU . . .

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Default Folder X 4.4.7

St. Clair Software has announced the immediate availability of Default Folder X 4.4.7. This release fixes compatibility issues in its award-winning utility for enhancing Open and Save dialogs. Honored with Macworld Magazine’s Editors’ Choice Award for Best System Enhancement Utility, Default Folder X makes Open and Save dialogs “work the way they should.” Continue reading »

Venture Capital for Highschool Kids

Internet start-up sceneA CEO not yet old enough to take his driver’s test, a young entrepreneur who refuses six-figure grants from venture capitalists in order to finish highschool: Continue reading »

iDownloader Pro

pic iApps2Be has announced the release of iDownloader Pro 1.0 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. iDownloader Pro is an app that can download anything from the web to your i-Device and then view/play the downloaded files or transfer them to your computer. The app’s key feature is that it can download video from any website where you can watch it with your Safari browser. Continue reading »

Over 30 Utilities for Mac

The actual title of this post is: “30+ Awesome Utilities to Boost Your Mac’s Functionality” it was written by Joshua Johnson on August 9th 2011 for the
appstorm.net web site. Yes, it is yet another list. But I love lists that give me new applications or apps for short. There are several here that are new to me, especially if you count the ones in the comment section.
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Default Folder X 4.4.4

pic St. Clair Software has announced that Default Folder X 4.4.4 is available immediately. This release fixes a number of compatibility issues in its award-winning utility for enhancing Open and Save dialogs. Honored with Macworld Magazine’s Editors’ Choice Award for Best System Enhancement Utility, Default Folder X makes Open and Save dialogs “work the way they should.”
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60 Free Mac Utilities and Tools

This MobsJar article from February lists these Mac Utilities. (As you know, I love lists.) Here are a few of the ones they have: Continue reading »

40 Mac apps for web design

Dustin Betonio has posted an article on the Tripwire magazine website called “40 Best and free useful Mac applications for Web Designers.” Tripwire is a magazine aimed at web developers. Continue reading »

Tembo 1.3

pic Houdah Software has announced the immediate availability of Tembo 1.3. Tembo is sold exclusively through the Apple Mac App Store. A demo version is available. Tembo is an efficient search tool that is based upon the Spotlight engine. Tembo makes searching (and finding) of files, mail messages, bookmarks, … as easy as possible. Tembo’s strengths are its easy to use interface as well as the context sensitive filters to narrow down search results.
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MailMate 1.0 Released

pic Freron Software has announced the release version 1.0 of a new Mac OS X email client. Aimed at power users, MailMate optimizes the workflow when dealing with large amounts of email. MailMate has state-of-the-art searching capabilities which is also used to provide advanced Smart Mailbox features. The encouraged workflow in MailMate is to handle each incoming email by either archiving or deleting it. Smart mailboxes can then be used to automatically organize emails based on any message header of any message body part.
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Old Apps for Mac OS

pic This web site has links to old versions of Mac applications. On the home page, there are lists of the most popular old apps and categories of others.
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Holiday iPad Update

Holiday iPad Update Hope you have a new iPad under the tree this year? So, here are some headlines you may want to chase :
* Nokia sues Apple for breach of patent
* Apple Pushes Color E-Books for iPad with iBooks 1.2
* iPad Leads Tablet March Into Businesses
* Skyfire brings Adobe Flash to iPad
* Technology of the Year: Apple’s iPad
* Apple ‘iPad app of the year’ adds Google Reader, Flickr content
* Corporate Espionage & Insider Trading: Apple iPad & iPhone Secrets Leak
* Surprise, surprise: Apple’s iPad expected to dominate tablets into 2012
* Meet TweetMag – A Whole New Twitter Experience for Your iPad
* and more

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10 Useful Mac Apps for Mac Users and Power-Users

This article on Woo-Woo Mac says it has ten Mac applications and add-ons that are useful right after they are installed. Plus, they offer additional capabilities for power-users who want to use their advanced features. These are applications every Mac user – novice or power-user – should have on their Mac.
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Website Painter

pic Ambiera has announced the release of WebsitePainter 1.2 for Macintosh and Windows, the editor for creating professional websites. WebsitePainter is a Web Editor for creating professional looking Websites, without HTML knowledge and programming. With a few clicks it is possible to create webpages with elements like Web 2.0 buttons, gradients, round borders, hover effects, transparencies, continuous text and more. It includes a great variety of templates and supports important Web standards such as HTML, CSS, PHP and ASP.
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App Donkey

App Donkey has its own list of free Mac application. 1295 to be exact. You should be able to find most anything you want there.
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