- Thunderbird (free) - A free open source email client from Mozilla that's streets ahead of Mail imho.
- VLC Player (free but donate) - I expect you know this. Play music without all the total domination of iTunes, play almost any format video file.
- Airfoil ($25) - if you don't have Airplay on your Mac, Airfoil does the biz. Plug your iPhone or iPod into your radio, speakers, whatever, and transmit whatever you're playing on your Mac to the radio, speakers etc.
- TotalFinder ($18) - Finder windows open in tabs, just like in Chrome or FireFox. Yes, Mavericks does that too, but I prefer the upward tabs to Maverick's downward ones as in Safari. Also the Mavericks version seems more complicated and less intuitive. Folders on top of the file list, just like in Windows (ssss...) Easily show system files ...
- Web Snapper (£10.49) - Capture web pages as pdf files (or a range of other formats), just as you see them on the screen.
Wednesday, 26 February 2014
Five nice apps for your Mac
Five incredibly useful applications, I use them all the time. Free or worth the low cost.