Mac OS X Lion Preview | New Features

This week Apple released a preview of Mac OS X Lion on its website. The new changes are leaning towards Apple's iOS with a cleaner, simpler look for its application launch and overall GUI. The OS is set to be released some point in the Summer of 2011, the date is yet to be confirmed, though there speculation about the release date. The preview lists and explains some of the new features available

Read More ...

TaskPaper: Your Mac's Magic To-Do List

Getting things done is important, and applications that help you complete your tasks are growing considerably stronger every day, with an important array of functionalities. Finding the right one for you is hard and can take a while, a very long while if you try each and every one of them. Chances are, that while you are reading this, you are diverting your thoughts to Things from Cultured Code

Read More ...

CloudApp for Mac: Sharing Like a Pro

Sharing things on the internet has exploded these past few years, from day to day updates, experiences, or even the odd file. But amongst all of the different ways to share your item, has the simplicity that should come with this type of action been lost? Simplifying this action make the process of sharing so much easier, and CloudApp for Mac definitely fills this space. CloudApp sits right in

Read More ...

Nottingham: Your Mac's Elegant Notepad

When you make a note of something, you will want it to be quick and simple to write down, and also be able to find it easily later. Nottingham 2 from Click On Tyler offers both of these features making note taking on your Mac so much easier. If you are one of those people that make do with the TextEdit application that is provided with Mac OS X when wanting to save snippet off the web, make of

Read More ...

Acorn: The Photoshop Alternative for Mac

Acorn 3 for Mac from the guys at FlyingMeat, proposes the idea of a simplified image and photo editor, that doesn't come with the price tag and the training required to use the more established software packages currently available. This photo editing application is aimed at Mac users, who have neither the time, nor the money to be dealing with applications such as Adobe's Photoshop, and in

Read More ...

Pro Zombie Soccer AE Review for Mac

Pro Zombie Soccer Apocalypse Edition for Mac is a remake of the original game which was previously made specifically for portable devices such as the iPhone. However, this update from the Super Awesome Hyper Dimensional Mega TeamĀ brings the game to play right on your Mac, bringing with it, the addictive gameplay that so many people loved. When the game begins you take the role of Jax, a pro

Read More ...

SEORanky | Where Does Your Site Rank?

SEORanky is a utility released for Mac that tracks your website rank on the web by taking results from a number of different sources. This review will look at the features of SEORanky, the interface and how accurate it is at displaying your current ranking on the web. For starters, when the application is loaded, SEORanky will prompt you to add a website. The interface here is very similar to the

Read More ...

Delicious Library 2 Review | Cataloging Brilliance

At a first glance, you may look at the title of this application, and think: "Organizing Library Books? How Boring", but let me tell you, you could not be more wrong. If you own any sort of collection, no matter how small, no matter what of, Delicious Library 2 will make it so much easier to find an item you are looking for, organize them into categories and arrange them for you. As well as being

Read More ...

MiniTune Review | Enjoying Your Album Artwork

MiniTune for Mac is a neat little application that displays your current song's album artwork in a CD case on your desktop, as well as allowing you to change track, simply and quickly. The images look great, with a glossy look to the CD image, something you tend not to see too much in real life nowadays if you buy all your music off iTunes. This app will have a lot to live up to though, as

Read More ...

Clips for Mac Review | Clipboard Time Machine

Clips for Mac is a very useful application that will run smoothly in the background without you noticing it at all, unless you want to of course! If you have ever copied and pasted something and then gone back to paste it later, finding out you have actually copied something else in the meantime, Clips will really help you out. To begin with, rather than a boring, text-orientated interface, it

Read More ...