Tag: Mac

Realmac Software adds Tumblr support to Courier

We love Courier at Macgasm. Currently, I use it to upload all of our podcasts to various locations at once. For the uninitiated, Courier lets...

There’s a new man in my Mac’s life, and his name is Alfred

Alfred by Running with Crayons, Ltd., is a productivity application for your Mac. It functions as a super-fast launcher, a search engine, a file finder, and so much more. You can get the app for free or purchase an additional Powerpack for more functions.

Rumor: Apple Stores to end software box sales?

According to Mac Rumors, the Mac App Store may be the end of retail software box sales at Apple Stores around the world. Boxed software...

Apple’s made some cool new additions to the App Store on the iPad

Apple continues to meld their iOS Store and the new Mac App Store. Not on the desktop end this time, but on the iPad. They...

Today only: Tracks goes free on the Mac App Store

My days never go quite as well when I’m not listening to music. If it wasn’t for iTunes and my readily available music collection, I...

Todolicious is free on the Mac App Store today only

We’ve featured Todolicious on the website previously in a review. Susan loved it, but you should probably read her review in its entirety. Today, Mustacheware...

Microsoft contemplating an appearance in the Mac App Store

First, I’d like to say that I personally live in a world where the “best” alternative makes an appearance in my workflow. I’m so far...

NoteTote: Tell your computer to start a download from the iPhone

There have been a couple of times over the last year when I’ve been out with friends and they recommend some music to me, or...

Pixelmator grabs $1 million on the Mac App Store

Oh man, a lot of us in the industry were unfairly hard on the Pixelmator team when they announced that they would be moving their...

Review: Lyrica 2 for Mac

I—like many of you—live in iTunes. At home, I have a set of 1TB hard drives setup in a RAID-1 configuration just for my iTunes...

Notificant: Like a digital string around your finger

If you need a reminder now and then, and if you want your reminders to appear across all your Macs and (soon) your iOS devices, then give Notificant a try. It's like a digital string around your finger.

Reflections on the Mac App Store

Its been 9 days since the Mac App Store was opened for business, but it already feels like its been around forever. It brings the...

Academic discounts and the Mac App Store

Could the emergence of the Mac App Store mean the end of such academic discounts? It certainly looks that way, at least if developers decide to sell their applications exclusively through the store.

Braid now available on the Mac App Store for dirt cheap

If you love platformer games as much as I do, you’ve probably already played Braid. It’s on a ton of platforms, and in my opinion,...

You need an administrator account to delete Mac App Store applications

Protecting your investments is important, but requiring a user to enter administrator level credentials when trying to delete an app from the Mac App Store...

Socialite now available on the Mac App Store

There are a number of apps on the Mac App Store that focus on “social networking,” but none of them, at least to date, allow...

So long trials: Pixelmator going Mac App Store exclusive

The transition was probably inevitable, but most of us were not expecting developers to take their applications Mac App Store-only so soon. In an announcement...

Our 5 favourite Mac App Store games not named Angry Birds

Being the top paid application doesn’t necessarily make your application great. It’s pretty easy to jump on the Mac App Store, look at the Top...