Archive for the ‘Apps for Mac’ Category

If you’re feeling rather bored this weekend or a snow storm has disrupted all your end-of-the-week plans, you could always indulge yourself into the world of Mac and iOS games and apps. With plenty of paid apps always up for grabs totally free of cost for a limited period, here’s a rundown of some of our picks from the App and Mac App Store which you can snap up today.

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Apple has just released iTunes 12.1 for OS X Yosemite which includes a Notification Center widget for controlling all your music playback on the fly. More details on the update and where to get it from can be found right here.

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If you’re in ownership of an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch and looking for some decent deals on great apps, then we have a bumper list of savings below. Make no mistake, featured in this run-down are some of the very best apps in the business, and thanks to the App Store’s ‘Get Productive’ initiative, most of those featured will actually help you to get stuff done rather than melt your brain.

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The Pushbullet app, which has been around for Android users for quite a while, has gained full support for iPhone, iPad, and is now also available for Mac and Safari. Head on over after the jump for more on this release.

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If you don’t already have Tweetbot for Mac then you’re out of luck, because the popular Twitter app has now been pulled form the Mac App Store following reports of widespread authentication issues.

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The weekend’s here, and as always, we’re back with a handful of paid iOS and Mac apps that have gone free for a limited period. Catch us after the break for more details.

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A new iOS and accompanying Mac app make it possible to unlock your computer using Touch ID, even if Apple hasn’t yet put a fingerprint sensor on its computers.

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Some people like to take a photo of themselves each day and then stitch them together into one of those videos that go viral. You know the kind we’re talking about, because they show someone age right in front of your very eyes and we can’t get enough of them.

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The iOS and Mac App Stores aren’t new to offering paid apps for free, but these deals are always special when caught on a weekend. Well, that time of the week is here, and as always, we are bringing you some of the best paid Mac and iOS apps that have gone free for a limited period. Read on right after the jump to catch a rundown of these apps.

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Here’s how you can get Facebook Messenger Chat Heads on Mac OS X. More details and download links can be found right here after the break.

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Here’s how you can quickly add watermarks to photos and images in batches the easy way. More details and download link can be found here after the break.

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The weekend is great for many reasons, and one of them – particularly if you’re a user of Apple products in this case – is that developers tend to relax their prices. We’ve hand-picked a collection of iOS and Mac apps that, despite ordinarily costing money, are currently free of charge, and so if you own an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch or Mac, join us after the fold to dive into the savings.

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Spotify has established itself as the go-to music streaming service, with a vast catalog that has long since been well into the millions. As well as continuing to strike deals with publishers and labels to broaden the range of music available, Spotify has been busily improving the service in general, and likewise, third parties have also been getting in on the act to enhance the experience. If you’re a Mac user running the latest OS X 10.10 Yosemite, you can now control your Spotify right from the Notification Center, and below, we’ve got the details.

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Here’s a list of paid iPhone, iPad and Mac apps that have gone free for a limited period. Read on after the jump and save yourself some dollars!

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Continuity in OS X Yosemite is arguably one of the best features Apple has released in a long time creating a much needed synergy between its desktop and mobile platform. One such feature that allows you to take control of your iPhone through your Mac is the ability to make phone calls directly from OS X Yosemite. Traditionally these calls can be placed by going through your FaceTime contacts list, but a new app called DockPhone acts like a standalone phone app for your Mac allowing you to even dictate a number or contact to dial. More about it, after the jump.

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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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