Archive for the ‘Apps for Mac’ Category

Christmas is just a week away, and we’ve seen a plethora of deals and offers on all kinds of gadgets and digital goods building up to the big day. The latest offer pertains to some award-winning iOS and Mac apps discounted up to 80% just for this Christmas. Head past the jump for the complete list on apps that are on offer.

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Here’s a list of the top ten best OS X Yosemite Notification Center widgets you should download right now. More details and complete list can be found right here.

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Here’s how to download iWork apps Pages, Keynote and Numbers absolutely free from Apple on your old Mac running OS X Yosemite. Head past the jump for complete details.

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Here’s how you can drastically boost your Mac’s sound volume and improve audio quality by a huge margin. More details can be found here.

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OS X Yosemite may have been deemed an evolutionary as opposed to a revolutionary jump from last year’s Mavericks, but such is the nature of Mac software updates nowadays. The annual release cycle means that the number and intensity of improvements has naturally decreased over the past few generations, but having said that, OS X 10.10 Yosemite is still considered the most progressive release for a couple of years now. One of the features many have enjoyed is the all-new Dark Mode, but accessing it isn’t as quick and simple and painless as it perhaps should be, and so with this in mind, one developer has put together a bit of code to bring a Dark Mode toggle to the OS X Menu Bar.

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Want to transfer any audio music or video file like MKV to iPhone or iPad without iTunes? WALTR lets you do just that. It lets you transfer any video and audio file format to your iPhone or iPad without having to use iTunes, or any file format converter, oh and there is no jailbreak required either.

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Facebook has now been around for a good part of our lives, and where the social network behemoth has dedicated apps for mobile platforms, it continues to be confined to Internet browsers on the desktop. Enter Current for Facebook – a native Facebook app for Mac, which is already turning some heads. We see why.

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This morning, Microsoft announced the release of a new version of Outlook for Mac, and detailed the release timings of the rest of the Office products, which would be the Office for Mac 2015.

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Screenshots of Office for Mac 2015 have just been leaked onto the Internet. It has been a while since Microsoft last updated the Office suite, and it seems like the newer version carries a design language that is heavily borrowed from its Windows counterpart.

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With the Handoff feature now live for everyone to take advantage of, and having integrated iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite, users have really taken a liking to what may be one of the hottest features Apple has thrown at users in a while.

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Apple has updated its iWork suite of apps with a bunch of new features for both OS X Yosemite and iOS 8. The complete set of changes along with direct download links can be found right here.

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With all the excitement surrounding the release of new hardware alongside the public release of OS X 10.10 Yosemite, it’s easy to miss some of the smaller, almost stealthy going-ons at Apple. One of those is the release of iTunes 12.0.1 that has just gone live for Mac OS X and Windows users.

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Skype just received a fresh new design and a UI overhaul for Windows and Mac, with much emphasis placed on the IM functionality. According to Skype, a large number of users have been found to be sending IMs during a video chat, and I can definitely include myself in that list. If you’ve been using Skype on mobile, the change might not be a shocker to you as you pick up the design cues that were originally used for the mobile versions of Skype. While the new Skype has been released for Mac, Windows users get access to a preview version for now.

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Apple’s mammoth launch today of the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and Apple Watch may be done with, but with so much having been announced in a short space of time, only now do we get the chance to take a step back and digest the new features. Amid the fallout from today’s proceedings at the Flint Center, Apple has rolled out iTunes 11.4 for those on OS X Mavericks, which, as you might imagine, includes support for the all-new iOS 8.

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If you’ve ever wanted to make you Mac sleep remotely, and with the touch of just one button on an iPhone or an iPad, then you’re going to want to read this handy little tip.

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The App Store is full of great apps, but even though we’re happy to pony up the cash for some of the very best experiences, it’s always nicer when they’re free. As usual, we’ve got a nice assortment of apps and games ready for you to download for your iOS device, so fire up the App Store app on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch and join us after the break.

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Apple has just made available a new version of iTunes for Mac OS X and Windows, with bug fixes the order of the day. More details on what’s new and where to download it from can be found right here.

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Shazam is just a great service. The days of sitting there for hours trying to remember a song your heard earlier, or pestering a friend to see if they know the title / artist, or even Googling fragments of the lyrics – yes, we’ve all been there – are long gone. The music recognition app works its magic in seconds, retaining information on tracks that it tags, and more recently, has broadened its horizons to incorporate TV shows and advertisements. Today, after having had the iOS / Android apps out for a good couple of years now, a Mac version has just been released, and the inconspicuous app is not only useful for those occasions when you don’t want to have to reach for your mobile device, but its always-on nature means you certainly won’t miss a thing.

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Apple has just released iTunes 11.2.2 – a fairly rudimentary update that fixes issues relating to podcasts. Apparently, some users were finding that podcast episodes were accidentally downloading after the previous installment, which was iTunes 11.1.1, and thus, Apple felt it necessary to push another update that also includes a bunch of stability improvements.

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No matter what platform you may be using, arming yourself against the continual wave of malware should be a top priority, and if you happen to be a Mac user, you’ll be pleased to learn that VirusTotal has just announced an app for Apple’s OS X. It’s called VirusTotal Mac OS X Uploader, and given its reputation for wheedling out and eradicating malicious intrusion before it can wreak havoc on your devices, is sure to be a hit on the Mac as well.

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