If you are a Mac user and want a dedicated desktop app for your favorite web services, Epichrome can help you turn any web service or website into a stand-alone Mac application.
Mac OS X tips & tricks
TextWrangler, a simple Mac text editor, is not as feature-rich as a full word processor; it’s light and it handles plain and simple text without all the formatting bells and whistles. Check it out.
It’s impossible to rename hundreds of files one by one individually. For Mac users, one of the recommended file renaming tools to batch rename files is NameChanger. Check it out.
Looking for the perfect desktop blogging app for Mac? DeskPM features a clean, simple, distraction-free interface and can publish to multiple platforms. Check it out.
Formatting a drive on your Mac is quite easy, though it isn’t as evident and obvious as it is on a PC. You can format an external drive in OS X using Disk Utility and Terminal. Here’s how to do so.
Annoyed by constant alerts on the Mac notification bar? Here’s how you can disable all notification alerts on your Mac.
iMyfone Umate is a tool for both Windows and Mac that lets you easily clea up your iPhone and helps you save space on your device. See how it works and enter to win a license key.
SaveHollywood is a Mac application that allows you to set a video as a screen saver. This tutorial shows you how to do it.
In this article we show you how to set up text shortcuts on your Mac (much like on iOS) and how to save and restore any text shortcut settings you have.
Starting with OS X El Capitan, Apple has introduced a new method that lets you skip the trash can while deleting files from within Finder. Check it out.
Ever wished that you could download all images from Web pages at once? In this article we show you a simple three-part Automator script on Mac that does that.
Did you sign up for the free trial of Apple Music and now want to cancel now that your account is being charged? Here’s how to cancel your Apple Music subscription.
Looking for a dual pane file manager for OS X? Commander One is just that. Built from the ground up with Swift programming language, it supports OS X 10.9+.
Finding the path of a file on your Mac isn’t always so easy. If you are looking for a way to review a file’s path, we list 3 ways in this article.
Turbo Boost is a performance enhancement found in the newest Macs which are using the latest Intel processors. Here’s how to have complete control of this new feature.
If you would like videos to float over your existing windows while using your Mac, you can do so using a free Mac app called Helium. Here’s how it works.
In order to ensure the integrity of downloaded files, some websites give you a checksum to compare to. If you’re on a Mac, you can use Terminal to check a file’s checksum. Here’s how.
Safari in OS X 10.11 El Capitan has a useful feature: pinned sites. It appears as a tiny square icon, located to the left of your tabs and never goes away.