Posts tagged OS X

2015: Top Ten Browsers

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70+ Best Free Alternatives

Ruchita Bamane posted this list of software that are alternatives to commercial software on June  13th on The Unlearner blog.

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Default Folder X 4.7.2

MADE IN AMERICA Default Folder IconDenver, Colorado – St. Clair Software has released Default Folder X 4.7.2. This version of its award-winning utility for enhancing Open and Save dialogs provides a fix for a bug in Mac OS 10.10.3 that causes some file dialogs in Adobe Photoshop and xb to grow larger and larger. It also addresses a bug which can cause Default Folder X to freeze and fixes several compatibility issues.  Continue reading »

How to change the default app for a file on OS X

We have gotten used to double clicking a file and having an app open it. However what do you do if  that app isn’t the one you want to use on a regular basis? Continue reading »

User Groups on Facebook June 20, 2015

Here is some more great content items posted by user group members on Facebook! If you’re not already with us, please feel free to jump in . . .

  • Apple announces replacement program for 3TB hard drive in some older iMacs
  • Apple’s Strong Stance on Privacy is starting to bear Fruit
  • How to create a bootable OS X El Capitan USB flash drive
  • How to change your LastPass password in wake of site hack

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MacFamilyTree 7.5 for Mac

Mainz, Germany – Synium Software GmbH has just launched version 7.5 of their popular and multi award-winning genealogy application that lets you to explore your own family history. Last year, Apple selected MacFamilyTree as one of the “Unforgettable Apps” of the last 30 years and recommended it on the Mac App Store welcome page countless times. Continue reading »

Marvelous Mac Apps

This article on ProductHunt.com lists some apps that we have mentioned in the past, but also several new ones.   Continue reading »

Emulsion

Melbourne, Australia – The Escapers has announced the release of Emulsion, a brand new photo library app for Mac OS X. Powerful, fast and flexible, Emulsion helps anyone manage their photos, apply filters, fix dust spots, adjust metadata and so much more. You can apply stunning filters, subtle adjustments, and create multiple versions of your important images.  Continue reading »

30+ Awesome Free and Open Source Audio Applications

This article appears on Open-Tube, a blog dedicated to Free Open Source, Enterprise Software. This is a list of over 30 audio apps most of which are available for Windows, Macintosh, Linux and UnixContinue reading »

Apple Watch eGuide

Stopframe has announced the release of Apple Watch eGuide, an in-depth eBook available in the iBookstore that’s packed with Apple Watch tips, tutorials and knowledge. Written by bestselling author T A Rudderham, and priced just $2.99, it’s the perfect guidebook for anyone who wants to make the most of their brand new Apple WatchContinue reading »

Duplicate 1.0

MADE IN AMERICA Breckenridge, Colorado – MacDaddy has announced the release of Duplicate 1.0, its new productivity application developed specifically for OS X Yosemite. Duplicate enhances the OS X Finder‘s standard copy and paste functionality by making them more efficient and performing approximately 10% faster than the stock functions. While duplicate works via Finder just like standard copy and paste, its abilities are much more enhanced. In addition to Duplicate‘s greater efficiency and increased speed, it can also copy large folders, or even entire volumes at once.  Continue reading »

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 »

Carmen for iOS: Visualize music on your iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch

 Carmen for iOS: Visualize music on your iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch this app supports the Apple Watch Carmen 3.2, an update to a fantastic new music visualizer app for iOS, now supporting the Apple Watch! Carmen lets you see the music you are listening to on your iOS device through a variety of visualizers. Continue reading »

Seeking a replacement for Aperture

Graham K. Rogers wrote this series of articles on looking for a replacement.   Continue reading »

MacKeeper

I recently had a long time MUG member from Dallas contact me and ask about removing some adware that kept suggesting that he purchase MacKeeper.  Even though I had mentioned Adware Medic recently in an article, I couldn’t remember the name.  I was at work at the time and couldn’t spend the time to research.  I did remember that it was one piece of software I couldn’t get from Macupdate.com.
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