Posts tagged mac

iNotepad for Mac

Apimac has released iNotepad, a new app for OS X that let you write and manage in one single document hundreds or even thousands of texts. With iNotepad you have everything in one place as opposed to what happens with other apps for writing. Every document in iNotepad may contain hundreds or thousands of texts. For example all the reviews that you wrote for your blog or all the research papers that you wrote for college in the last few years.  Continue reading »

Affinity Designer 1.2

 Nottingham, United Kingdom – Serif has announced that its award-winning professional illustration app for Mac, Affinity Designer, has been updated with fantastic new features, new languages, performance enhancements, and improvements that take working with a creative suite to a completely new level.   Continue reading »

CleanApp 5 Reclaims Disk Space

Synium Software has announced the release and availability of CleanApp 5. If your Mac is getting slower and slower it could be because you’re running out of space on your hard drive. Continue reading »

Print Window 5.2

MADE IN AMERICA Shakopee, Minnesota – Searchware Solutions has announced the release of Print Window 5.2 for OS X, an update to their simple but powerful window printing utility. Print Window works seamlessly with the Mac OS X Finder, allowing users to generate and print a file listing of folders using several different methods including a simple key command, the Status menu, the Dock menu, or drag and drop.  Continue reading »

Winclone 5 Adds Backup for Boot Camp

MADE IN AMERICA Naperville, Illinois – Twocanoes Software has announced the release of Winclone 5, the premier Boot Camp cloning and migration solution for the Mac. New in Winclone 5 is Winclone Backup, a simple-to-use utility for backing up mission-critical Boot Camp user files. The company published a video tour of Winclone 5 that reviews the new product in detail.   Continue reading »

Expense tracker and mileage tracker for Apple Watch

MADE IN AMERICASan Francisco, California – SilverWiz has announced the Apple Watch versions of its personal expense tracker app MoneyWiz 2, and mileage tracker app MileWiz will be available from day one, April 24th. MoneyWiz 2 is a fully featured finance software that can handle every aspect of finances – accounts, budgets, bills and reports, in multiple currencies. Continue reading »

How to use iCloud Drive: The ultimate guide

This article on iMore by Allyson Kazmucha appears to be something that MUGs could use to aid in developing a meeting program.

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myNews – 5000 Newspapers on your Mac

Following in the footsteps of myNews app for iOS, AppGeneration has released the media app for Mac OS X users. With myNews you can browse more than 5000 online newspapers from 80 countries. It also allows you to read the news on your native language without having to leave the app. Since it auto translates newspaper websites, it enables you to read a Chinese newspaper in Russian, an English tech magazine in Spanish or a Thai economic newspaper in French!   Continue reading »

Free Label Templates for Pages

MADE IN AMERICA  Peekskill, New York – Worldlabel.com Inc. has released a large collection of free label templates for download for the word processor Pages which works on Apple Mac computers. The collection includes: address, shipping, CD, DVD, mailing and other types of labels and sizes. Making your own labels with Pages using these blank templates is easy and the set up time is quick.  Continue reading »

AppDelete 4.1.5 – Uninstall Anything

MADE IN AMERICA Anaheim, California – Independent software developer Reggie Ashworth has announce the release of AppDelete 4.1.5, an update to his very popular application deletion utility for Mac OS X. With a simple Drag & Drop, AppDelete will uninstall anything along with all of the associated items. Mac users will no longer have to hunt through their system to find and delete these items manually.  Continue reading »

Audio Switcher for Mac OS X – Menu Bar Applet for Managing Audio Devices

 Audio Switcher for Mac OS X - Menu Bar Applet for Managing Audio Devices Audio Switcher allows you to quickly switch your audio input and output between different audio devices. Originally released in 2007, it supports a wide range of devices such as, Griffin Technology’s Powermate and other USB audio devices, Apple’s Thunderbolt monitors, AirPlay devices, such as the AirPort Express or Apple TV, along with Firewire devices and, of course, the built-in audio hardware of your Mac desktop or laptop.

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Free Set of Greeting Cards

Graphic Node, a graphic design company that specializes in creating themes, templates, and illustrations for OS X, has released a special free holiday application of greeting cards, aptly named Greeting Cards. It contains 22 warm and stylish templates for Pages created by Graphic Node’s team of professional designers.   Continue reading »

Macgamestore.com Sale

Hutto, Texas – Macgamestore.com today is pleased to announce its yearly Thanksgiving Sale 2014 with savings of up to 90% off on hundreds of Macintosh games.

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Mac Yourself (Again!)

I have listed a number of Mac Hint and Tip sites over the years. This is one that I ‘Stumble’ on tonight. One of the great problems with using Stumble for looking for web sites is that you can spend a lot of time without good results, even if you enjoy it.
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A Better Finder Attributes 5.28 for Yosemite

A Better Finder publicspace.net has announced the release of A Better Finder Attributes 5.28. The new version features a fresh, “flatter” look to bring it into line with the new Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite aestetics. A Better Finder Attributes has long been known to post-production and digital media producers for its ability to change Finder attributes, such as file creation and modification dates, hidden flags, labels and legacy creator and type codes. Its ability of visualizing and removing hidden files has also been much appreciated by practitioners in those domains.  Continue reading »