A look at and comparison of two Mac apps for quick note-taking, Noteworthy+ and NotesTab. Find them both in the Mac app store.
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It can be irritating to find the Finder menu’s “Open With” option fill up with unnecessary programs. This tutorial shows you how to remove those unnecessary app from the Open With list.
If you are in local network with no Internet access, or you just want to quickly send a file over to another computer without having it to go to the web and back, NitroShare is one good file sharing app you can use on the local network and it works well with Windows, Mac and Linux.
You may already be familiar with Dropmark – a Web app that brought “dead simple collaboration” to the cloud. Now you can add files to your Dropmark collections right from your Mac menu bar with the new Dropmark for Mac app. You can now create new collections and search for collections directly on your Mac Desktop.
While the Address Book app is the default app for contact management on Apple devices, that doesn’t mean it is the best. Cobook is a pretty unbeatable app if you’re in need of constant communication with your Google Contacts on your Mac.
When I need to login to my account fast, the last thing I want to do is to sort through my memory to find the correct password. If you’re looking for a better way to manage your passwords, here are a couple of great password managers you can use.
The Mac App Store is full of productivity apps that range in price from $0.99 all the way up to $99.99 (a few even more than that). Today, we’re going to focus on the 6 top-rated productivity apps in the Mac App Store that are totally free! Yes, though often hard to find, free apps do exist and they’re just as good as paid alternatives
While Google Drive is available for Mac, the official app leaves a lot to be desired. Well, meet Archy, the new user-friendly Google Drive app for Mac. It’s here to grant those wishes and give you a better Google Drive experience while boosting productivity.
Sometimes, you just need your Mac to be up and running at a certain time of the day when you are not around. This trick will keep your Mac rise and shine, or get to bed at the time you want it to be.
Sharing the Internet connection on your Mac is particularly useful when you are travelling and there is only a corded connection. You can easily setup a Wifi network and share the Internet with your coworker.
iTunes may be the default music player in Mac, but it may not be the best. Here are 5 great alternatives that you can use to replace iTunes in Mac.
Learn how to control the Spotify music player on Mac with a small desktop accessory called Bowtie. This app stays within quick reach and helps to save time.
One of the most frustrating moments that a person can experience is the untimely appearance of the spinning rainbow wheel. If you’re getting taunted by that rotating circle of colors, then it might be time to start taking action against it. We’ve got a few commands you can take into Terminal to combat that colorful bringer of death.
I am sure you have heard of these “Mac vs PC” debate and you are probably in one of these camps. This article updates the current situation of PC and Mac and helps you to decide which you should get for your next computer.
Over the years, I am sure there are instances where you need to transfer a song or even the whole library to another place. Today, we will show you how to transfer your iTunes library to anywhere you want.
Colorstrokes is a simple-to-use image editing software (for Mac) that lets you play with colors in every possible way. You can recolor images, create unique color splash photos, bring color to black and white snaps and of course, carry out selective color effect.
Do you think your data is safe when stored in cloud-based services like Dropbox? To be on the safe side, you need to take matters into your own hands for extra protection. BoxProtect is a free encryption service for Mac that can be used to encrypt your cloud storage data.
If you are keen to use Ubuntu on your 2012 MacBook Air, here is the tutorial to install and dual boot Ubuntu on MacBook Air (5,2)
Have you ever noticed what a pain it is to do a search in the iTunes store? First, you need to have iTunes open. Second, you have to click on “iTunes Store” in the sidebar. Third, you have to wait for the store to load and only then can you enter your search query. Finally, you’ll have to wait again for your search results to load. This is where the Mac app Tunesque comes to the rescue.