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  • 7zX loved

    7zX is a file archiver with high compression ratio. Compression ratio results are very dependent upon the data used for the tests. Usually 7zX compresses to 7z format 30-70% better than to zip format, and 2-10% better than most of other zip compatible programs.

  • Adium loved

    Adium is a fast and free instant messaging client which supports AIM, ICQ, Jabber, MSN, Yahoo!, Google Talk, Yahoo! Japan, Bonjour, Gadu-Gadu, Novell Groupwise, and Lotus Sametime. Adium supports beautiful WebKit message display, tabbed messaging, encrypted chat, file transfer, and more. Give it a try; you won't look back.

    Adium is currently translated into Catalan, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Icelandic, Italian, Japanese, Norwegian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Swedish, and Traditional Chinese.

  • Anxiety loved

    Anxiety is a super-lightweight To-do list application for Mac OS X Leopard that synchronizes with iCal and Mail. Its aim is to provide a streamlined, easily accessible interface to add and check off your tasks, while remaining poised to melt into the background at a moments notice.

  • Battle for Wesnoth loved

    The Battle for Wesnoth is a turn-based strategy game with a fantasy theme.

    Build up a great army, gradually turning raw recruits into hardened veterans. In later games, recall your toughest warriors and form a deadly host against whom none can stand! Choose units from a large pool of specialists, and hand-pick a force with the right strengths to fight well on different terrains against all manner of opposition.

  • Bean loved

    Bean is lean, fast, and uncluttered. If you get depressed at the thought of firing up MS Word or OpenOffice, try Bean.

    If you use Text Edit but have to jump through hoops just to get a word count or change the margins, try Bean.

    If you're pining away for Write Now-esque simplicity or just want a low-pressure writing environment, try Bean.

    Features:

    • a live word count
    • a Get Info panel for in-depth statistics
    • a zoom-slider to easily change the view scale
    • an Inspector panel with lots of sliders
    • date-stamped backups
    • autosaving
    • a page layout mode
    • an alternate colors option (e.g., white text on blue)
    • an option to show invisible characters (tabs, returns, spaces)
    • selection of text by text style, paragraph style, color, etc.
    • a floating windows option (like Stickies has)
    • easy to use menus
    • remembers cursor postion (excluding .txt, .html, .webarchive formats)
    • all of Cocoa's good stuff (dictionary, word completion, etc.)
    • please keep in mind that Bean is betaware
  • Blogo loved

    Easily publish text, images, videos, slideshows and more. With a simple, intuitive interface and support for Wordpress, Blogger, Typepad, Typo, Drupal, MovableType and Expression Engine, Blogo is the best way to maintain your blog and spread the word with Twitter, Ping.fm and other supported services.

    Features:

    • Post to Typepad, Blogger, Wordpress, Drupal, Expression Engine, Typepad, Typo and MoveableType.
    • Intelligent microblogging with Twitter and Ping.fm, including integration with Twitpic, twurl and Twitter Search.
    • Fullscreen editor lets you write without distraction.
    • Manage multiple blogs easily with per-blog preferences.
    • Drag images to your post and crop them without leaving the editor.
    • Position images and videos by dragging and dropping.
    • Live Preview downloads your site's template and displays your post as it will appear on the web with no extra effort.
    • Automatic pings notify weblog directories when you publish a new post.
  • CSSEdit loved

    Quite simply put, CSSEdit will save your sanity when editing style sheets. Its intuitive approach to style sheets and powerful editing features will make you deliver beautiful standards-based sites in no time!

  • CleanApp loved

    According to a poll at MacTechNews.de-Forum, users install 2 to 3 applications a week, to give it a trial. That means about 2 to 10 megabytes of useless data every week remaining without CleanApp. Now CleanApp helps you to keep track of these files, so your system doesn't clutter anymore.

  • Cyberduck loved

    Cyberduck is an open source FTP, SFTP, WebDAV, Cloud Files and Amazon S3 browser for the Mac. It features an easy to use interface with quickly accessible bookmarks. The outline view of the browser allows to browse large folder structures efficiently and you can quickly preview files with Quick Look. To edit files, a seamless integration with several external editors makes it easy to change content quickly. Both Amazon CloudFront and Cloud Files from Rackspace can be easily configured to distribute your content in the cloud. Many OS X core system technologies such as Spotlight, Bonjour and the Keychain are supported and a large number of translations makes you feel at home.

  • DEVONagent loved

    Web Searching — Fed Up with Just a Load of Links?

    Using advanced search techniques, DEVONagent takes on all those tedious search-and-review tasks releasing you to focus valuable time on relevant results. Watch a video introduction.

    What DEVONagent Does for You

    • Using both standard and specialized search engines, DEVONagent intelligently summarizes the results — fast!
    • Alternatively, it shows you an even larger number of search results using its unique graphical topic map (see above).
    • DEVONagent archives your search results with a single click or sends them to e.g. your DEVONthink database.
    • Instead of letting you repeat actions, DEVONagent performs them for you. Combine search sets, schedule searches, etc. to create your very own personalized search assistant.
  • DaisyDisk loved

    With DaisyDisk you can free up disk space by quickly finding and deleting big, useless files. The program scans any mounted disk and displays it on the sunburst map, where segments mean files and folders, proportionally to their sizes. The map is easy to read and navigate. You can also quickly preview any file and delete it.

    Disk visualization
    DaisyDisk uses sunburst visualization to display disk usage. It's easier to read and navigate than rectangular treemaps used in other products.

    Fantastic interface
    Who said disk utilities have to be ugly and tangled? We strived to make DaisyDisk both easy to use and visually appealing.

    Find, preview, delete
    Locate a big file. Hit Space to preview its content. Drag and drop the file to collector. Click Delete. Done.

    More than meets the eye
    We took care of numerous details to make your experience with DaisyDisk as smooth as possible. And there's more to come.

  • Freedom loved

    Freedom is an application that disables wireless and ethernet networking on an Apple computer for up to three hours at a time. Freedom will free you from the distractions of the internet, allowing you time to code, write, or create. At the end of your selected offline period, Freedom re-enables your network, restoring everything as normal.

    Freedom enforces freedom; a reboot is the only circumvention of the Freedom time limit you specify. The hassle of rebooting means you're less likely to cheat, and you'll be more productive. Not rebooting is why we bought Apple computers in the first place. When first getting used to Freedom, I suggest using the software for short periods of time.

  • HD Speed Test loved

    Benchmarking tools do not accurately represent the real-world workflow of importing, editing and working with HD video files. This program was written to solve that problem by using actual system calls - just like Final Cut Pro or Adobe Premiere (or Avid Media Composer) - and benchmarking your drives based on their ability to read/write/import the video files you’ve recorded.

  • Isolator loved

    Isolator is a small menu bar application that helps you concentrate. When you're working on a document, and don't want to be distracted, turn on Isolator. It will cover up your desktop and all the icons on it, as well as the windows of all your other applications, so you can concentrate on the task in hand.

    Isolator is similar to, but not the same as Think and Backdrop. The difference is that it works exactly how I want it to. Maybe you'll like it too.

  • Leap loved

    What's new.

    Leap 2 has been totally rewritten to use the new industry standard OpenMeta tag conventions so that you can share tags across numerous programs. But not only that, Leap 2 has numerous user interface tweaks and improvements to make tagging, rating and browsing your files even easier.

    A more natural way.

    With Leap you find things based on your natural memory of that file. “Hhmm it was a big photoshop file of a basketball court” or “Something I tagged important” or “A word document somewhere in my documents folder”. With the Finder though, it's more like “I think it might be called bball.psd and that I put it in the originals folder in images in the Project 29 folder which I think I put in Documents... nope, not there... where did I put it?"

    Folders and rigid hierarchies might have made sense back when we had hundreds of files, but we're now swimming in images, files, movies and other data. That's where tags come in. Tags are keywords that you assign to a file. This makes it extremely easy to find documents, regardless of their location. Why hunt through an arcane hierarchy of folders and files to find the document we want? Apple's Finder first came out over 20 years ago and we think it's time for a new approach to finding, organizing and browsing your most important documents.

  • Liquifile loved

    Liquifile is a new file browser for Mac OS X. It replaces the file size and date columns with different size dots. Larger dots positioned more to the right in the window represent larger files sizes with a newer date. It makes it really easy to scan a window and select files in that window visually.

    It also has an extremely quick file search/filter in the window that is much easier to use than Apple's slower Spotlight search. It grabs results by the file information and displays it in a tree structure that is flat and easy to scan.

  • Lock-UnMatic loved

    Sometimes, files on the Mac cannot be deleted, moved or renamed. This can be caused by insufficient access rights, or because some processes are still using these files.

    Unfortunately, the Mac OS X Finder doesn't tell the user which processes exactly are causing the lock. Also, these processes are often running hidden in the background - so they can't even be quit using the Dock.

    Here, Lock-UnMatic comes into play. Simply drag and drop the affected files onto the application-icon (or into the application-window), and Lock-UnMatic shows you a nice overview of all blocking processes. It's also possible to kill these processes from within the application.

  • Max loved

    Max is an application for creating high-quality audio files in various formats, from compact discs or files.

  • Nambu loved

    The Nambu Network is about creating the best possible social networking experience, as we think it needs to be done: natively. That is, as a native application: responsive, always available, and with all of your preferred services together in one place. Nambu is social messaging streamlined.

  • NoteBook loved

    Is your desktop cluttered with files? Are you drowning in sticky notes? Boxes of note cards? 3-ring binders? Do you remember where to find that important web clipping? The briliiant idea or crucial instruction you scribbled on a piece of paper? Circus Ponies NoteBook is the award-winning application that helps Mac users manage all those bits of information that lack a good home. Whether it's the notes, clippings, and to dos of your life, or the e-mails, diagrams and spreadsheets of that important project, NoteBook helps you keep it all organized and accessible.

    With NoteBook, you organize your information naturally, using a familiar notebook interface, complete with pages and tabs, sections and subsections. Add notes andother text. Drag in files and folders. Even "clip" web research, mail messages and other content into your Notebooks without leaving the application you're working in. Annotate your information with diagrams and sketches, highlighting and keywords. Take voice-annotated notes that you can download to your iPod. And protect private thoughts with passwords, covers, and encryption.

    Find anything instantly using NoteBook's patented Multidexâ„¢, that locates information based on what you remember about it: a name or number, the date you entered it, a keyword you assigned, even any combination. Then share it all by creating PDFs or publishing your Notebooks to the web, including direct web export to your MobileMe account.

  • OmniOutliner Pro loved

    OmniOutliner Professional is the deluxe version of OmniOutliner, a flexible program for creating, collecting, and organizing information.

  • Organized loved

    Take care of the little jobs with Organized, a new widget from iSlayer featuring a calendar with events, world clocks, notes and to do's. The calendar and to do's utilise OS X's inbuilt databases, so they're always in sync with iCal and Mail. The world clock uses our very own database with over 700 locations.

    Requires Mac OS X 10.5.

  • Papaya loved

    Over the internet, or even a local network, sending files to other computers can be a pain. Papaya solves this problem. Drop a file or folder onto Papaya, and you get back an address through which others can access that item.

    Files of any size and kind are served directly from your own Mac, so there’s no need to wait for the file to upload somewhere. Your stuff is instantly available to anyone with a regular web browser.

    Papaya is a web server dedicated to sharing your files with others. Sharing files is now incredibly quick and easy! It’s a matter of dragging files to Papaya’s dock icon, or the library list. The web address for downloading the file is copied automatically, ready for pasting into an e-mail or instant message.

    Papaya is a web server dedicated to sharing your files with others. Sharing files is now incredibly quick and easy! It's a matter of dragging files to Papaya's dock icon, or the library list. The web address for downloading the file is copied automatically, ready for pasting into an e-mail or instant message. Papaya acts as a web server, sharing files through the HTTP protocol. This means that anyone with a web browser can download your files — no special software is needed on the receiving end.

  • Parallels Desktop for Mac loved

    Parallels Desktop for Mac is the first solution for Intel-Macs that give you the flexibility of running Windows on a Mac seamlessly without rebooting. The upgraded 3.0 version delivers 3D Graphics Support to play the hottest games and run the most popular applications, cross OS application & file integration with SmartSelect, control the levels of integration and isolation with Security Manager and bulletproofing your VMs with SnapShots.

  • Perian loved

    Perian enables QuickTime application support for additional media:

    • File formats: AVI, DIVX, FLV, MKV, GVI, VP6, and VFW
    • Video types: MS-MPEG4 v1 & v2, DivX, 3ivx, H.264, Sorenson H.263, FLV/Sorenson Spark, FSV1, VP6, H263i, VP3, HuffYUV, FFVHuff, MPEG1 & MPEG2 Video, Fraps, Snow, NuppelVideo, Techsmith Screen Capture, DosBox Capture
    • Audio types: Windows Media Audio v1 & v2, Flash ADPCM, Xiph Vorbis (in Matroska), and MPEG Layer I & II Audio, True Audio, DTS Coherent Acoustics, Nellymoser ASAO
    • AVI support for: AAC, AC3 Audio, H.264, MPEG4, and VBR MP3
    • Subtitle support for SSA/ASS and SRT
  • Pixelmator loved

    The beautifully designed, easy-to-use, fast and powerful image editor for Mac OS X has everything you need to create, edit and enhance your images.

    • Interface designed for work with images
    • Layers-based image editing
    • Use over 20 tools for selecting, crop, painting, retouching, typing, measuring and navigation
    • Use over 15 color correction tools
    • Use over 130 filters
    • Adjust image size and resolution
    • Transform images, layers or selections using transform tools
    • Fill and Stroke images, layers or selections
    • Photo Browser offers quick access to iPhoto Library, events, albums, Smart Albums and Pictures folder
    • Use your iSight camera to add pictures to your compositions
    • Includes Automator actions for converting, resizing, enhancing and adding special effects to images
    • Image processing is powered by Core Image and Open GL
  • Pixen loved

    Pixen is an innovative graphics editor for the Mac. It's designed from top to bottom for pixel artists—people who make low-resolution raster art like the sprites you see in old video games. But it's great for artists of all arenas: Pixen is like a very powerful MSPaint or a simpler, more agile Photoshop.

  • PocketMod loved

    PocketMod is a Java-based application which prints a small notebook on ordinary printer paper. Booklets are easily customizable, with a variety of drag-and-drop templates for pages including lines, graphing grids, checklists, calendars, music staffs, storyboards, reference information, and so forth.

  • Preview loved

    Works with

    AI - Adobe Illustrator Artwork files
    BMP – Windows Bitmap files
    DNG – Digital Negative files
    EPS – Encapsulated PostScript files
    FAX – faxes
    FPX – FlashPix files
    GIF – Graphics Interchange Format files
    HDR – High Dynamic Range Image files
    ICNS – Apple Icon Image files
    ICO – Windows icon files
    JPEG 2000 – JPEG 2000 files
    JPEG – Joint Photographic Experts Group files
    OpenEXR – OpenEXR files
    PS – Adobe PostScript files (after an automatic conversion to PDF)
    PSD – Adobe Photoshop files
    PICT – QuickDraw image files
    PDF – Portable Document Format files
    PNG – Portable Network Graphics files
    PNTG – MacPaint Bitmap Graphic files
    QTIF – QuickTime image files
    RAD – Radience Scene Description files
    RAW – Raw image files
    SGI – Silicon Graphics Image files
    TGA – TARGA image files
    TIF, TIFF – Tagged Image File Format files
    XBM – X BitMap files

  • Scribblet loved

    It's a menubar application that does one simple thing: pop up a small notepad; that's it. It doesn't allow for multiple notes or snippet management. It's simply a scratch pad that pops up with a simple click on the menubar or by hitting a user-definable hotkey. Despite, or rather because of, its simplicity I find it quite handy and it has earned a spot on my menubar. Thanks to TUAW for the headsup.

  • ShoveBox loved

    ShoveBox catches all those little scraps of information that you can't act on now but would rather not forget. It sits up in your menubar, waiting for you to drag in text, images, urls, and more.

    It makes it incredibly easy to get data in. Just drag it in from near any program, or use QuickJot to type it out before you have a chance to forget.

    When you come up for air, ShoveBox also provides a sensible interface to sort everything you shoved during the day. And by setting up powerful importing rules, you can drastically reduce the thinking you'll have to do later.

    It's all about spending less time processing and more time actually doing things.

  • StoryMill loved

    StoryMill is a new kind of software for writers. Part word processor, part database, completely focused on the creative process. Whether you are brainstorming for your first short story or putting the finishing touches on your latest best-seller StoryMill provides you the tools you need to manage the creative process from inception to publication.

  • Textmate loved

    TextMate brings Apple's approach to operating systems into the world of text editors. By bridging UNIX underpinnings and GUI, TextMate cherry-picks the best of both worlds to the benefit of expert scripters and novice users alike.

  • Things loved

    Task management has never been this easy. Organize your tasks in an elegant and intuitive way. Things combines powerful features with simplicity through the use of tags and its intelligent filter bar. A Leopard style source list allows for quick and easy focusing. Together with a beautiful user interface, Things aims at the seemingly impossible: making task management both easy and fun.

    Public preview available for download!

  • Think loved

    Think allows one single application to be run, full screen at any one time. The idea is for the program to hide all other applications, menu bar, and dock, to aid concentration allowing you to focus on what you are doing and remove all other distractions.

  • Thumbscrew loved

    Thumbscrew allows you to drag and drop images to create rotated thumbnails with borders and drop shadows. Maximum angle of rotation, maximum thumbnail bounding box, and border size can all be set before creating thumbnails.

  • Tinderbox loved

    From the developer: "Tinderbox is a personal content management assistant.

    Tinderbox stores and organizes your notes, ideas, and plans. It can help you analyze and understand them. And Tinderbox helps you share ideas through Web journals and web logs."

    Price includes one year of free upgrades. After that, upgrades are $90 (with another year of free upgrades).

  • TuneSpan loved

    TuneSpan: (OS X app) A utility that allows you to browse and span* your iTunes Library.
    *span: (verb) to distribute the media files in your iTunes Library across multiple drives.

    What does TuneSpan do?
    TuneSpan helps you easily move the media files (Music, Movies, etc.) in your iTunes Library to multiple drives, avoiding the pitfalls of moving files manually. TuneSpan lets you browse and keep track of media in your iTunes Library on all drives, whether they're connected or not, and makes it clear to you what is and isn't currently available to play in iTunes. TuneSpan also offers sophisticated filtering options that aren't available in iTunes.

    Why do I need TuneSpan?
    There are several reasons you may need TuneSpan:

    • You're running out of space. You have a big iTunes Library on your internal drive and you want to move some (or all) of it to an external drive. TuneSpan helps you do this easily and seamlessly while cleaning up after itself and allowing you to always keep track of where everything is.
    • You store a lot of Movies/TV Shows in iTunes and you want to re-organize your media (i.e., move all your videos to an external drive). With TuneSpan, you can easily select a whole Media Type and move the files wherever you choose, while continually being able to see where the files are, move them around again, or restore them easily.
    • You need more space temporarily. TuneSpan offers a fast way to move gigabytes of files in your iTunes Library to free up space. Later, you can easily restore your files to their original locations while keeping your iTunes Library perfectly intact.
    • You regularly add new Music, Movies, Podcasts, etc. With TuneSpan you can easily move older media (or media you don't listen to as much) to an external drive while keeping your default iTunes Media location the same. This way, new stuff goes where it should and there's always room for more

    Is there anything TuneSpan can't span
    Unfortunately, TuneSpan can't span files that aren't included in the readable XML iTunes Library file. TuneSpan has no access to the following files; they are left untouched and unchanged:

    Mobile Apps, Rented Movies, Ring Tones, Text-Based Books, iTunes LPs, and iTunes Extras

    Also, for SD and HD versions of a video, only one at a time can be spanned (the one that's currently selected in iTunes).

  • URLwell loved

    URLwell is a simple and unobtrusive menu extra that lets you drag and drop URLs onto its icon to store temporary bookmarks. Once you've visited a bookmark, it's automatically removed from the list.

    It's great for those times when you come across a web page that looks like something you might want to take a look at, but you don't have time to do so at that given moment. It's easier and less cluttered than storing such short term bookmarks with your regular bookmarks.

  • VLC loved

    VLC (initially VideoLAN Client) is a highly portable multimedia player for various audio and video formats, including MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, DivX, MP3, and OGG, as well as for DVDs, VCDs, and various streaming protocols. It also can be used as a server for unicast or multicast streams in IPv4 or IPv6 on a high-bandwidth network. The most prominent additions to version 0.8.6 are probably Windows Media Video 9 and Flash Video. Other important changes are improved H.264 decoding, better Windows Unicode support, and a full-screen.

  • WebnoteHappy loved

    WebnoteHappy is a bookmark manager that helps you organize and remember the web pages that matter to you. Each web page can be personalized with notes and tags as you bookmark it, creating a "webnote". The fast integrated search makes it easy to find your webnotes again.

    WebnoteHappy is browser-independent, so you can create webnotes from within any browser on Mac OS X via the global hot key or bookmarklet. Organize your webnotes with folders and smart folders, and work with your del.icio.us bookmarks right on your desktop.

  • Word Counter loved

    Word Counter is a Macintosh OS X application that performs a word count and a character count, but it can do much more. It can be used independently or in conjunction with other applications such as TextEdit, Microsoft Word, Pages, TextWrangler, and others.

    Text can be typed, pasted, or dragged into the window. Word Counter can automatically update the count based on a user-defined time interval. It also can perform bulk counts on multiple files and folders simply by dropping them onto the window. Word Counter can count the number of times a particular word appears in a document. It can even create a sortable summary table of all words in the document, with the number of times each word appears and the length of each word.

    Word Counter can handle various file types including plain text (txt, text), rich text (rtf, rtfd), Hypertext Markup Language (htm, html), Microsoft Word (doc), Microsoft Word XML (wordml), and Apple's web archive (webarchive). This program may be useful for writing a manuscript or an abstract with a strict limit on the number of words or characters allowed.

  • WriteRoom loved

    For Mac users who enjoy the simpllicity of a typewriter, but live in the digital world. WriteRoom is a full-screen, distraction-free writing environment. Unlike the cluttered word processors you're used to, WriteRoom is just about you and your text. Requires Mac OS X 10.4 or later.

  • aLunch loved

    aLunch is a highly customizable application launcher which can be accessed from your menu bar and from a hot key activated launcher window as well.

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    10.3 version: http://mactips-lib.net/cgi-bin/lime/lime.cgi?085

  • iStat Pro loved

    iStat pro is the ultimate system monitoring widget, consisting of nine sections which can be shown or hidden aswell as customized.

    It features highly detailed information on CPU usage (up to 8 cores), memory usage, hard drive space, network usage, IP addresses, battery usage, wireless keyboard and mouse battery levels, uptime, temperatures, and fan speeds.

    Vertical and Horizontal style skins are available aswell as 7 different color schemes.

  • iStat menus loved

    iStat menus lets you monitor your system right from the menubar. Included are 8 menu extras that let you monitor every aspect of your system.
    Take a look at some of the features.

    • CPU - Monitor cpu usage. 7 display modes, multiple core support.
    • Memory - Monitor memory usage. 4 display modes, page ins/outs and swap usage display.
    • Disks - Monitor disk usage and activity. 6 display modes, ability to hide disks you dont want to see.
    • Network - Monitor current and total bandwidth, peak bandwidth, ip addresses . Ability to hide disks you dont want to see.
    • Temps - Monitor the temperature of your mac. 2 display modes, ability to hide sensors you dont want to see.
    • Fans - Monitor the fan speeds in your mac. 2 display modes, ability to hide sensors you dont want to see.
    • Bluetooth - Control bluetooth status plus monitor the battery level of your Apple wireless keyboard or mouse.
    • Date & Time - Date + time in your menubar. World clock display lets you see the time in multiple locations around the world.
  • myWords loved

    myWords
    A simple application for writers of all kinds

    · manage all your writings
    · extra handcrafted for slower (older) Macs
    · track ideas, plots, people, places etc.
    · write in fullscreen
    · create from templates\boilerplates
    · separate formatting for screen, print, export
    · password protection & encryption
    · autosave feature
    · revert to saved in case of mistake
    · …

  • thermoCLine loved

    read more about it at http://thermocline.tumblr.com/

    thermoCLine lets you google, yubnub, twitter, email, create To Dos in iCal, add notes to your favorite Note application, create a new text file in your favorite text editor, run shell scripts, and terminal commands, and, oh yea, navigate the finder quickly and intuitively.

  • 1001

    1001 is a desktop client to be used in conjunction with Flickr,
    the online photo-sharing website.

    1001 not only uploads photos to your Flickr account, it notifies you anytime new photos from either your contacts, everyone, or your favorite tags are uploaded.

  • 1Password

    1Password is a password manager that goes beyond simple password storage by integrating directly with your web browser to automatically log you into websites, enter credit card information, fill registration forms, and easily generate strong passwords.

    Your passwords, identities, and credit cards, are just some of the confidential information that 1Password stores in one secure place, protected by the only password you will need to remember.

    1Password has received numerous awards, including 4.5 mice from Macworld magazine, MacLife Editors pick, and was the Pick of Week on MacBreak Weekly by both Leo Laporte and Merlin Mann.

  • 2DOrNot2D

    Just with the click of a button, 2DOrNot2D will switch the Dock's appearance in Mac OS X 10.5 "Leopard" from 2D to 3D or vice versa, thus replacing the need to open the Terminal application and typing in cryptic commands you'd have to remember.
    It is inspired by a blog post by Michel Jansen (http://micheljansen.org/blog/entry/395?lan=english).

  • 3-2-1

    3-2-1 is a simple yet functional countdown timer for Dashboard. It displays hours, minutes & seconds, and includes a lap function and a supersize. The preferences enable custom labels, alarm sounds, and notifications for each countdown.

  • 3D-XplorMath

    3D-XplorMath (formerly 3D-Filmstrip) is a highly interactive museum for exploring the visual aspects of the exciting and beautiful universe of mathematical objects and processes. It has been under continual development for over fifteen years by an international team of renowned mathematical researchers and educators, the 3DXM Consortium. It was originally developed for use in teaching and research, but recently the Consortium has been working hard to make it easy and enjoyable to use by anyone with mathematical curiosity and an appreciation for the visual and logical beauty of mathematics.

  • AMSVisualizer

    AMSVisualizer is a graphical application that displays a 3-D picture of a PowerBook. The picture's orientation is a real-time approximation of a Sudden-Motion-Sensor-equipped notebook computer's physical orientation. In other words, the on-screen picture moves with the movement of the computer. For details of AMSVisualizer, please refer to "The Sudden Motion Sensor".

  • AU Lab

    AU Lab is a free digital mixing application that hosts Audio Unit effects. It ships with the Apple Developer tools (for more info on that, read http://osx.iusethis.com/app/xcode:"here").

    Note: the only way to retrieve AU Lab is by downloading Apple Developer tools.

    AU Lab is in many ways similar to commercial apps, such as Rax by Audiofile-Engineering, Mainstage by Apple Inc. (included in their Logic Studio bundle). Still, it's free.

  • Ableton Live

    Ableton Live is a solution designed for each stage of the musical process, from creation to production to performance.

  • Activity Monitor

    Activity Monitor is a GUI application included with Mac OS X. It provides graphical representations of your computer's CPU, system memory, disk activity, disk usage, and network processes. This little utility is easy to overlook, but it can help you manage your memory and processing power when running lots of applications. If you prefer to work in the text-only Terminal application instead, you can view much of this information by using the top command.

  • Address Book

    Address Book provides a flexible and convenient way to store your contact information online. Because Address Book is integrated with Mail, iChat, and other applications, you have to enter information only once to have your contacts available from all these applications.

  • Adobe AIR

    Adobe AIR is a cross-operating system runtime that allows web application developers to use their existing web development skills (HTML, Javascript, Adobe Flash, Adobe Flex, Ajax) to build and deploy rich Internet applications to the desktop.

  • Adobe Flash

    Flash® Professional 8 is the industry's most advanced authoring environment for creating interactive websites, digital experiences and mobile content.

  • Adobe Illustrator

    Create sophisticated vector artwork for virtually any medium with Adobe® Illustrator® CS3 software. Capture your ideas easily with industry-standard drawing tools, and experiment freely with flexible new color controls. Experience tight integration with other Adobe applications, and let improved performance help speed you through creating extraordinary graphics.

  • Adobe Photoshop

    The essential software for perfecting your images, Adobe® Photoshop® CS3 offers productivity and workflow enhancements, powerful new editing tools, and breakthrough compositing capabilities.

  • Adobe Soundbooth

    Create and edit audio with ease

    Adobe® Soundbooth® CS4 software gives web designers, video editors, and other creative professionals the tools to create and polish audio, customize music, add sound effects, and do much more.

  • Age of Empires III

    Command one of eight mighty powers grappling to conquer the New World in this new generation of the landmark Age of Empires series. Experience the Age of Discovery through amazing 3D graphics. Crush your enemies with devastating cannons and rifled infantry. Navigate your naval fleet to claim strategic waterways. Build cities with towering cathedrals, and forge a thriving empire with a booming economy.

  • Age of Empires III - The Asian Dynasties

    From renowned real-time strategy developers Ensemble Studios and Big Huge Games, Age of Empires III: The Asian Dynasties introduces gamers to Asian civilizations and a host of new gameplay features. Experience firsthand the rich and historical influences of Asia while commanding units and expanding your empire in the Eastern world.

    In addition to the introduction of playable Asian civilizations to Age of Empires III, the expansion pack provides new content, new ways of winning and trading, random map styles that feature remixes of classic Age of Empires game styles, and the return of Wonders - a favorite gameplay element in Age of Empires II.

  • Airfoil Source Selector

    Airfoil Source Selector is a small application that makes it even easier to connect Rogue Amoeba's Airfoil to different applications:

    • Line In
    • Camino
    • Firefox
    • iTunes
    • QuickTime Player
    • RealPlayer
    • Safari.

    Click the application's icon in Airfoil Source Selector to get Airfoil to hijack the audio. Click on the Airfoil Source Selector icon in the window to connect/disconnect the speakers to Airfoil. Note: the audio source applications (e.g. Firefox) need to be installed in your /Applications folder.

    If a sound source application cannot be found when Airfoil Source Selector launches, the related icon will be disabled.

  • Alarms

    Just drag the items you want to be remembered of to the Alarms menu and place them on the time line. Due items can be dragged just further right or even to another day.

    As long none of your to dos are due, alarms will hide them behind your desktop. If an alarm goes off you just can snooze it with a shake of your mouse.

  • Album Artwork Assistant

    Album Artwork Assistant finds album cover artwork on the Internet and adds it to music track files in iTunes. Other tools like it exist, but none of them worked the way I wanted, or they cost too much.

  • AllBookmarks

    AllBookmarks helps you to quickly access bookmarks from all your browsers by adding a new item to your Mac OS X menu bar. It also includes 1Password 1Click bookmarks, which go to a web site, fill in a form, and submit it with a single click.

  • Altitude

    Deadly weapons. Daredevil pilots. Ridiculous planes.

    Welcome to Altitude, the best multiplayer 2-D aerial combat game on the internet. Altitude is a fierce contest of ace vs ace, battling for supremacy of the skies in a fast paced combat that is way more fun than a flight simulator. It is a game of steely nerves, hair-trigger reflexes and brilliant tactical thinking. Altitude will stretch you to the limit from the upper reaches of the stratosphere, the relics of a long forgotten lost city, to within the deepest hollows of underground caverns. It offers five unique planes to choose from and an online community that will provide you with hours of entertainment. So stretch those fingers, get your game face on, and prepare for Altitude.

    It's just plane fun.

  • Aperture

    Designed from the ground up for professional photographers, Aperture provides everything you need for after the shoot, delivering the first all-in-one post-production tool for photographers.

  • Apimac Timer

    Apimac Timer is a complete and professional stopwatch, alarm clock, countdown and clock utility for Mac OS X. Apimac Timer is freeware and gives you the same well-known ease of use as other Apimac Applications.

  • App Store Expenses

    This application gathers all iPhone applications from your iTunes folder on your computer, reads out the price information and presents the total amount of money you spent on the Apple App Store.

  • AppFresh

    AppFresh helps you to keep all applications, widgets, preference panes and application plugins installed on your Mac up to date. All from one place, easy to use and fully integrated into Mac OS X. It provides a central place to control the software updates available to your Mac, integrating most popular and most common update checking technologies such as Apple Software Update, Sparkle, Microsoft AutoUpdate and osx.iusethis.com. We want you to spend your time using your applications, not keeping them up to date!

    AppFresh not only gets update information from iusethis.com. If you have an user profile at iusethis.com you can manage it from within AppFresh and control which applicationsit contains, even automatically. Using your iusethis profile also enables you to install applications you don't have on your computer. This comes in handy when you need to reinstall your computer and want your basic set of applications installed. Using AppFresh and an up to date iusethis profile makes this an easy task.

  • AppMenuBoy

    just right click the dock icon and boom..

  • AppTrap

    Uninstalling on Mac OS X; let's solve it once and for all!

    What can be considered the exact opposite of dragging an application to the Applications folder? Opening another application, dragging the unwanted application to that application, clicking a button, clicking another button, quitting? Nope!

    The exact opposite would have to be... dragging the application to the trash. Ah, there you go! This is exactly what AppTrap does. Whenever you drag an application to the trash, a dialog window will pop up, asking if you want to delete the associated system files too. Simple as that.

    AppTrap is a completely free utility for uninstalling applications on Mac OS X.

  • Architect

    Welcome to the wonderful world of Architect, the premiere app for designing themes for Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard. We believe that all of the work that has gone into Architect will make your theming experience far more pleasant than you ever thought possible.

  • Armagetron Advanced

    "A Tron clone in 3D"
    This has been the tagline of Armagetron, since, well, a very long time, and is probably the shortest and most accurate description possible. Tron was an arcade game based on the movie of the same name, release by Disney in 1982. The original game consisted of 4 sub-games, the only one of concern is the 'Light Cycles' one, in which the player uses a left/right joystick to control a 'Light Cycle' which leaves a wall behind it wherever the cycle it goes, turning only at 90 degree angles...

  • ArtDeCodex

    ArtDeCodex is a simple utility to extract the jpg or png data hiding inside iTunes itc files.

  • Audacity

    Audacity is a free audio recorder/editor/mixer. You can record sounds, play sounds, import and export WAV, AIFF, and MP3 files, and more. Use it to edit your sounds using Cut, Copy and Paste (with unlimited Undo), mix tracks together, or apply effects to your recordings. It also has a built-in amplitude envelope editor, a customizable spectrogram mode and a frequency analysis window for audio analysis applications. Built-in effects include Bass Boost, Wahwah, and Noise Removal, and it also supports VST plug-in effects.

  • AudialHub

    This little utility lets you convert any audio file to another format, including mp3, AAC, WMA, 3G, OGG Vorbis and other lossless codecs. Easy to use, but advanced options are also available

  • Audio Hijack Pro

    With Audio Hijack Pro, you can create enhanced podcasts, with audio from many sources, record streaming radio, record audio chats, save audio from records (LPs), cassette tapes, and other analog sources.

  • Audiobook Maker

    Many websites, such as AudioBooksForFree.com, offer lots of complete audiobooks for free. The only problem is that these books come in many small MP3 files. Audiobook Maker makes joining and converting these audiobook files a breeze. With the simplicity of OS X, you just drag your MP3 files onto Audiobook Maker and click go!

  • Aurora

    Let Aurora wake you and your Mac. Wake up every morning to the sound of your favorite iTunes playlist instead of that annoying alarm clock.

    Aurora is an alarm clock for your Mac that lets you wake up to your favorite iTunes or iPod playlist or any TV or radio channel from EyeTV.

    Other features include a Sleep Timer, Apple Remote support and the ability to wake your Mac from sleep or from a powered-off state. Aurora is available in English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Russian and Chinese.

  • Automat

    Automat is a polyphonic stereo subtractive AudioUnit synthesizer. It features antialiased oscillators with hard-sync, filters and amplifier with ADSR, modulators with tempo sync, waveshaper / eq, stereo-delay with filter and tempo sync, modulated chorus phasor and reverb, poly- unisono and legato-mode, random preset generation, midi learn.

  • Automator

    You can easily automate tasks such as renaming a large group of files, resizing dozens of images to fit an iPhoto slideshow or creating iCal birthday events using Address Book contacts, then repeat those tasks again and again. Simple and easy-to-understand application Actions are the building blocks, so you don't have to write any code. Each Action has all of the options and settings you need. You don't have to work hard to figure out how to make it work.

  • Awaken

    Awaken is a digital alarm clock that wakes you up by playing the iTunes playlist of your choice or choose from a selection of built in alarm sounds. Alarms can be created to alert you on a weekly basis at a set time, or at any specific date and time. You can also fall asleep to your favorite music using the newly introduced sleep timer.

  • BZFlag

    Originally based on Atari's 1980 arcade game, Battle Zone capture Flag is an online multiplayer (and multiplatform) 3D tank game with chat. Although the game can vary widely from server to server, the basic idea is usually to shoot the tanks of another team's color. Modes such as "free for all," "capture the flag," and "hunt the rabbit" alter the objective of the game, and grab bag style flags help keep things interesting by providing a variety of power ups (good flags) and power downs (bad flags).

  • Bambini

    I have written this program for my daughter Chantal. Since her first year of life she likes to sit on my lap and types on the keyboard of my Macintosh. She is always happy if something changes on the monitor or a tone appears.

    The first version of Bambini was developed by this situation. It displayed different forms at every keystroke by random. Also, a tone was played. When Chantal was 3 years old and wanted a little more interaction, I added some additional games. The simple forms were also completed by more effortful, lovely animal pictures, designed by Marcel Möri.

    With version 3, I completely redesigned Bambini and enhanced the operation in many points. It consists, of altogether 5 different games now, which can be played with 5 different picture sets . Now it is very much easier to add own pictures. A version for Windows and Linux is available now, too.

  • Bedrock BioRhythms

    It's a very nice widget to see your biorhythms

  • BetterHandles

    If you work with curves in Illustrator, you need BetterHandles:

    • Select multiple handles, and collectively move, extend, rotate, or retract them.

    • Extend or retract handles without changing their angles.

    • Edit points numerically: anchor, in handle, out handle.

    • Convert multiple points from corner to smooth or vice versa.

    • Automatically extend new handles on multiple points.

    • Intuitively reshape path segments, optionally constraining handle directions.

    • Use slow-drag to divide the cursor movement for extremely precise moves.

    • Equalize a point's handles.

    • See all the handles on a path while editing it.

    • Split a path at one or more points.

    • Delete one or more points and close the path around them.

    • Remove all redundant points on multiple paths.

    • See when the cursor is over a handle, point, or path — without having to use Smart Guides.

    • And more!

    Note: This is a plugin for Adobe Illustrator. There's also a $29 private use/non-commercial license. (iusethis entry admin's comment.)

  • BetterZip

    BetterZip lets you quickly view the contents of an archive in a Finder like list view without extracting it. It lets you add files to archives and extract single files from archives.

    BetterZip can extract and create fully WinZip compatible AES-256 encrypted zip files. It handles zip, sit, rar, 7-zip, tar, dd, bin, hqx, tgz, tbz2, gzip, bzip2, arj, lha/lzh, cab, iso, chm, rpm, deb, nsis, and cpio archives.

    The preview drawer lets you quickly view images, PDF, HTML, RTF, and text files.

  • Blender

    Blender is the open source software for 3D modeling, animation, rendering, post-production, interactive creation and playback. Available for all major operating systems under the GNU General Public License.

  • BoinxTV

    BoinxTV is an amazing audiovisual mixing tool for recording video podcasts, sports events, concerts, interviews, sermons, lectures, speeches, seminars and more using just your Mac and up to three cameras.

    While recording, it can overlay logos, a news ticker, or create graphical effects so that the recording does not have to go to post production before being published or broadcasted. The software also allows you to apply transformations and filters to the incoming video image, before or after applying other effects.

    A simple and acessible user interface will allow a single person to operate BoinxTV during the recording session. Because it runs on a MacBook Pro it can be used in the field easily.

  • Bookdog

    Bookdog is the world's premier shepherd and guardian of your bookmarks for the world's premier operating system, Mac OS X. Bookdog can sort, organize, eliminate duplicates, automatically verify, migrate and synchronize bookmarks between Safari, Camino, Firefox, OmniWeb and Opera.

  • Bookit

    With all the browsers available for the Mac OS keeping your bookmarks organized can become a real problem. But with Bookit keeping your browsers' bookmarks synchronized is quick and easy. Bookit compares the bookmarks you have and then lets you synchronize the bookmarks that are not in all of your browsers. Finally, Bookit creates identical bookmark files for each browser. If you use more than one browser regularly, give Bookit a try, you'll wonder how you ever lived without it.

  • BoxCloud

    BoxCloud is a dead simple way for design and media professionals to share files with clients, vendors and colleagues. It's faster and easier than email and can handle files and folders of any size.

  • Boxer

    Remember that DOS game you really loved as a kid? Like “stayed up playing until 3am on a school night” kind of loved? Boxer does.

    Boxer plays all the MS-DOS games of your misspent youth, right here on your Mac.

    There’s no clots of configuration and baffling DOS commands between you and your fun: just drag-drop your games onto Boxer, and you’ll be playing in minutes.

    Boxer takes your CDs, floppies and bootleg game copies and wraps them into app-style gameboxes you just click to play. They’re self-contained so you can back them up or share them with friends. No mess, no fuss.

    If your nostalgia demands more, then decorate your games with gorgeous icons and admire your collection from your very own Finder games shelf.

  • Braid

    Explore the human condition and manipulate time in the lush, painterly world of Braid, a puzzle-platformer that takes you from a house in the city on a journey through a series of worlds to solve puzzles and rescue the princess. In each world, you have a different power to affect the way time behaves, including the ability to rewind, create parallel realities, and utilize time dilation. There is no filler in this game; every puzzle shows you something new and interesting about the game world.

  • Brettspielwelt

    This is the client for the BrettSpielWelt. BSW is a large, popular, and entirely free German online gaming portal. Its name translates as Boardgame World. The portal contains online versions of over 60 popular classical and modern board games and card games, such as Backgammon, Bluff, Carcassonne, Can't Stop, Go, Lost Cities, Puerto Rico, Settlers of Catan and Tichu.

  • Briefe

    Most of us use a word processor for writing letters or the homework and in most cases we do not write serial letters or a complete dissertation and in the time Word needs for starting up we could have finished a letter. All we need is a simple and easy to use tool for our needs. With Briefe you can create your documents with drag & drop from boilerplates, addresses (Briefe can access the OS X Address Book) or just re-use complete letters in a fraction of the time you normally need for such a task and of course you can store your complete correspondence…

    Briefe supports many file formats like Word or Open Office Documents, your data and your documents can be automatically saved, you can also just focus on writing by using the fullscreen mode and of course all the formatting capabilities you need are supported and if you like, you can apply own icons for each entry to better find them…

    · Drag & Drop
    · Search Entries or Addresses
    · Address Book Integration
    · Custom Icons for Entries
    · Layout Modus
    · Word Count
    · Statistics
    · AutoSave
    · Fullscreen
    · Selection by Style etc.
    · Sidebar
    · DOC | DOCX | ODT | RTF | RTFD | XML

  • Burn

    Burn is an application to burn most common disks: data disks, audio disks (mp3, audio cd), video disks (VCD, SVCD, DVD-Video, DivX), images and disk copy. Burn makes it easy for everyone to burn.

  • BusySync

    BusySync enables you to share iCal calendars with others on your local area network or over the internet. It does not require a dedicated server, and calendars may be password protected to allow read-only or read/write access.

    BusySync must be running on each computer you wish to share calendars with. BusySync installs as a System Preference Pane and runs in the background keeping calendars in sync over the network. If you go offline, you can continue editing calendars, and when you reconnect to the network your changes will be synchronized with others.

    The next version expected in February 2008 will sync with Google Calendar

  • Butler

    Butler's purpose is to make it easier for you to perform different — potentially recurring — tasks. Butler lets you arrange these tasks in its fully customizable configuration. You can use it to launch or control various apps with universal triggers and/or keyboard shortcuts.

  • CLIX

    The CLIX package includes a starter command database with over 1000 (yes, you read that right) system commands for investigating your system status, for cleaning out the junk files, for getting at secret settings for the Dock, the Finder, Spotlight, Dashboard, Exposé, and all of your most used applications, and all sorted for easy access, any way you wish.

  • Caffeine

    Caffeine is a tiny program that puts an icon in the right side of your menu bar. Click it to prevent your Mac from automatically going to sleep, dimming the screen or starting screen savers. Click it again to go back. Hold down the Command key while clicking to show the menu.

  • Calaboration

    Calaboration makes it easy to set up iCal to synchronize with your Google Calendar calendars. It automatically finds all of your calendars and allows you to add any of them to iCal with the press of a button.

    Due to limitations in iCal's CalDAV support of read-only calendars, Calaboration will not allow adding them to iCal by default. To add read-only calendars despite the limitations, you can enable them from Calaboration's preferences.

  • Calc

    A very simple yet powerful calculator based on typing into a text window and pressing return to get results. Very light yet has functions standard to scientific calculators, as well the ability to assign variables.

  • Calculator

    Calculator, comes with OS X.

  • Calendar Clock

    This widget displays the birthdays on a disk which u can enter on the back.
    Good to see the sign of the zodiac and the sun will go around in one year.

    Note: this widget was once available on apple.com but the author states on macupdate that his homepage is down and that the widget is on the dashboardwidget website.

  • Calibre

    calibre is a e-book library management application. It is free, open source and cross-platform in design and works on Linux, OSX and Windows. calibre is meant to be a complete e-library solution and thus includes, library management, format conversion, news feeds to ebook conversion as well as e-book reader sync features. calibre is written purely in python.

  • Calories

    Want to take care of your daily nutrition? Scared by ugly and hard to use nutrition applications? Calories to the rescue! Built with the user in mind, Calories lets you record and analyze your daily nutrition with ease. Download Calories and start recording your meals today.

    Features:

    • Extremely easy to use
    • Streamlined workflow
    • Incorporates the USDA Food Database for Dietary Study 3.0
    • More than 6900 foods
    • 44 different nutrients
    • Reports for day, week, month and year
  • Caminicious

    Caminicious is an app that will update your camino bookmarks with your delicious links. You can choose to place the links into either your Bookmark Bar, Menu or Collections. It can be used while Camino is running.

  • CandyBar

    CandyBar is the easiest, quickest and by far, the safest way to customize the icons found in the system and application toolbars of Mac OS X. CandyBar also lets you customize apps, folders, clipping icons, locations and even the OS X Trash icon!

  • Capture

    Powerful screen-capturing.

  • CarraFix

    CarraFix will allow you to limit the bandwidth of specific ports on your mac. It was originally made to limit the bandwidth of Bittorrent, but is slightly obsoleted because most torrent clients now have this feature. It only works when installed in /Applications, so if you have a ~/Applications folder you prefer you'll just have to suck it up.

  • Cave Story ( どうくつ / Doukutsu )

    This is one of those few true greats in freeware games. At first glance, it's a standard platformer. Go a bit deeper, though, and you'll find a complex storyline, impressive pixel animation, and at times shockingly difficult without being impossible.
    Some games are hard because they're poorly designed; this one is hard because it's EXCELLENTLY designed.

    There's jumping, shooting, multiple weapons and upgrades, uniquely designed levels, and some fantastic bosses. Most anyone who's played it will tell you that it's one of the best games out there. Give it a try, and see if you agree.

  • Celestia

    The free space simulation that lets you explore our universe in three dimensions. Like Google Earth for the entire known universe. Fun, impressive and educational.

  • Chax

    Chax is a collection of minor modifications and additions that make using Apple's iChat more enjoyable.

    Features

    • Unified contact list shows all contacts from all accounts in one window
    • Growl notifications for new messages and users changing status
    • Automatically resize the contact list to fit the number of visible users
    • Built-in log viewer
    • Activity log that displays your contacts' status changes
    • Auto-accept file transfers, AV chats, and screen sharing requests
    • Toggle text status visibility of users
    • Always on top option for contact list, message windows and AV chats
    • Set font of names, status messages, and group separators
    • Option to auto-accept text chats, skipping new message notification window
    • Show status changes directly in the message window
    • Additional unread message notifications in the Dock
    • Automatically go away when the screensaver activates
    • Properly use ICQ accounts without sending text formatting in messages
  • Checkout

    Checkout is a powerful, easy to use point of sale system for the Mac. Use Checkout to take orders, make sales, print invoices and accept payments. Checkout records all in-store transactions to generate a range of interactive reports. Together with a Mac and the right peripherals, Checkout offers a perfect retail solution.

  • Chipmunk

    A fast and easy to use tool to find and remove duplicate files. Files are automatically compared byte by byte to determine if two given files are true duplicates. Intelligent deleting can operate on all files inside a folder that exist outside of it or vice versa.

  • ChocoFlop

    ChocoFlop is an image manipulation program based entirely on Apple's new CoreImage technology which takes advantages of the processing power in your GPU (graphics card).

    Main features:
    - Small, Launches in a pair of seconds
    - Real Time non-destructive filters
    - Rich Text Layers
    - Load and opens many image formats
    - Supports layers, layer masks, selections
    - Paint tools with table pressure support
    - HDR (128 bits per pixel)
    - Universal Binary
    - Easy to use for photoshop users
    - Imports many RAW formats thanks to dcraw
    - Save for web: get the best Jpeg / PNG compression on earth!

    Keep in mind, ChocoFlop is beta software.

    Requires OSX 10.4+ or higher.

    The license if free until it reaches a stable status (v version 1.0):
    See this page

  • Chopper

    Chopper is an Action packed side-scrolling helicopter game. Complete your mission, and return to base, while avoiding enemy fire from tanks, bazooka wielding mad men, and jets. It was an entry in the uDevGame 2003 game development competition.

  • Cinch

    Cinch gives you simple, mouse-driven window management by defining the left, right, and top edges of your screen as 'hot zones'. Drag a window until the mouse cursor enters one of these zones then drop the window to have it cinch into place. Cinching to the left or right edges of the screen will resize the window to fill exactly half the screen, allowing you to easily compare two windows side-by-side (splitscreen). Cinching to the top edge of the screen will resize the window to fill the entire screen (fullscreen). Dragging a window away from its cinched position will restore the window to its original size.

    If you prefer a keyboard-centric approach to window management, you might also take a look at our other products SizeUp or TwoUp. Use Cinch together with either SizeUp or TwoUp to cover both your mouse and keyboard needs.

  • Civilization III: Complete

    the greatest strategy game ever... now, with a universal binary patch!

  • Civilization IV

    (From website):
    History as you know it, is history.
    Sid Meier’s Civilization IV comes-to-life like never before in a beautifully detailed, living 3D world that expands the gameplay experience. This latest installment takes the franchise to new heights with the addition of new ways to play and win, new tools to manage and expand your civilization, all-new easy to use mod capabilities and various multiplayer modes and options.

    With Sid Meier’s Civilization IV, rule throughout time and create your own legacy as you guide your civilization from the dawn of man through the space age and beyond. Implement new technologies, conduct diplomacy or wage war to grow your society and become the most powerful leader the world has ever known.

  • ClamXav

    ClamXav is a free virus checker for Mac OS X. It uses the tried, tested and very popular ClamAV open source antivirus engine as a back end.

  • Clarion

    A simple quiz program aimed at improving your ability to recognize music intervals.

  • ClearDock

    ClearDock removes the semi-transparent white background from the Dock so the Dock icons are "floating" on top of your desktop picture. Additionally, it can change the colors of application triangles and of the Dock background to customize your desktop!

  • Clutter

    Clutter is a small Mac OS X application that lets you put music CDs on your desktop. You can drag them anywhere -- they're really windows. Line them up neatly or put them in piles, it's your choice. Each one looks like the real CD's cover, and double-clicking it tells iTunes -- or your SqueezeBox or SoundBridge -- to play that CD.

    Think of Clutter as an alternate user interface to your music collection. When deciding what to play next, instead of searching through a huge alphabetical list, let your eye roam over the covers of your favorite CDs and those you've been listening to recently.

  • Cocoa Browser Air

    You can browse APIs for iPhone 2.0 to 3.2 and many APIs for Mac OS X frameworks, such as Core Animation, Core Data, WebKit as well. This is the best complement tool for the Cocoa Programming on every platforms provided by Apple Inc.

  • Cocoalicious

    Cocoalicious is open source, available under the terms of the BSD License. If happen to have an iPod (and who doesn't these days?) and you'd like to support Cocoalicious development, you might consider purchasing an $8 license for PodWorks, my iPod song transfer application.

  • Coda

    So, we code web sites by hand. And one day, it hit us: our web workflow was wonky. We’d have our text editor open, with Transmit open to save files to the server. We’d be previewing in Safari, running queries in Terminal, using a CSS editor, and reading references on the web. “This could be easier,” we realized. “And much cooler.”

  • Code Collector Lite

    Ever had some code you are proud of, maybe something you wanted to keep somewhere for reference? Code Collector lets you store code snippets with ease.

  • Cog

    A free open source audio player for OS X (10.4 and above). Currently it supports the following formats: Musepack, AAC, Ogg Vorbis, MP3, FLAC, Monkey's Audio, Shorten, Wavpack, WAV, and AIFF.

    Features: gapless playback, smart shuffle, tagging (APE 1.0/2.0, Vorbis comments/FLAC tags, ID3 1.0/1.1/2.3+), seeking.

  • Colloquy

    Traditionally, chat clients on the Mac have been anything but glamorous. Colloquy is an advanced IRC & SILC client which aims to fill this void. By adhering to Mac OS X interface conventions, Colloquy has the look and feel of a quality Mac application.

  • Color

    Introducing Color, Apple’s new professional color grading application. Quickly and easily experiment with primary and secondary color grade adjustments for SD, HD, and even 2K projects. Color lets you preview the results — at any resolution — in real time. When you have just the look you want, render at stunning quality and blazing speeds. Color uses GPU-accelerated processing to produce RGB output in resolutions up to 4:4:4 with 32-bit float processing. Color makes it easy for editors to create signature looks for projects ranging from short video pieces to full-length theatrical films.

  • Color Oracle

    Color Oracle takes the guesswork out of designing for color blindness by showing you in real time what people with common color vision impairments will see. Color Oracle applies a full screen color filter to art you are designing – independently of the software that you are using. Eight percent of all males are affected by color vision impairement – make sure that your graphical work is readable by the widest possible audience.

  • ColorSchemer Studio

    ColorSchemer Studio is a professional color-matching application that will help you build beautiful color schemes quickly and easily.

    • Work with RGB and CMYK colors in a color-managed environment
    • Create and save color palettes
    • Identify color harmonies
    • Access over 1 million pre-made color schemes with COLOURlovers integration
    • Pull unique palettes from photos or images
    • Transform a single color into a complete color scheme
    • Build custom LiveScheme formulas
    • Mix colors and create gradient blends
    • Find similar or related colors
    • Preview colors on a variety of layouts
    • Analyze contrast, readability, and accessibility
    • View colors through colorblind eyes
    • Grab colors from anywhere on your screen
    • Print your color schemes
    • Import colors from websites or swatch files
    • Export colors to many popular apps and formats
  • Comic Life

    Comic Life for OS X makes digital comics a snap. Use Comic Life to create high quality comics for posting on the web, including in movies or printing out for friends. Expand what you can do with your digital photos! With a comprehensive set of features, Comic Life gives you numerous ways to explore your creativity - liven up holiday snaps, tell a story, even create how-to guides.

  • Concentrate

    Concentrate helps you work and study more productively by eliminating distractions.

    To start, create an activity (study, write, design, etc) and choose actions (described below) to run every time you concentrate. When ready, just click “concentrate." All your distractions will dissappear and a timer will appear to help you stay focused.

    Actions that can be run include:

    • Launch Applications: Choose apps needed to complete your activity
    • Quit Applications: Quit any distracting or unnecessary apps
    • Open Websites: Open any sites needed for your current activity
    • Block Websites: Keep yourself from distracting sites like Twitter or Facebook
    • Open Documents: Open any pertinent documents in their default applications
    • Set Chat Status: Set your iChat, Adium or Skype status to away
    • Speak a Message: Set up spoken messages to alert you to stay on task
    • Play a Sound: Add a sound alert to notify you of progress along the way
    • Run Scripts: Run scripts to remove any unique distractions not already eliminated
    • Growl: Remind yourself to stay on track with Growl notifications
  • ContactSink

    Features:

    - Supports nearly all the contact fields that gMail currently provides.
    - Automatic software updates.
    - Ability to set a timer on how often the application should poll Google for contact updates.
    - Growl Notification Support.

  • Contactizer Pro

    Welcome to Contactizer 3 Pro, an amazing all-in-one solution for managing, sharing and organizing your personal and business informations. Following the tremendous success of it predecessor, Contactizer 3 Pro raises your contact management experience to be more efficient, productive and enjoyable. Contactizer 3 Pro brings a wealth of powerful PIM features, an innovative interface into a clean, elegant and intuitive package specifically built for Mac OS X.

  • Context Free Art

    A neat program to render beautiful fractal-like graphics with a simple and easy to learn context free grammar language.

  • Cooliris

    Cooliris (formerly PicLens) places a slick button on the right hand side of the toolbar. Pressing the button on a CoolIris-enabled site (e.g. Flickr, Yahoo!, Google, PhotoBucket) displays all the photos it can find on a virtual wall. Trackpad or mouse gestures slide the wall left and right, and zoom in and out.

    You can also search a handful of sites from within the CoolIris interface, or select from sets of predefined images — news, sports, entertainment, and more.

  • CopyWrite

    Project management software for writers of all kinds.

  • Corripio

    Corripio is the premier tool for gathering album artwork. Corripio enables the user to get the best artwork available for their iTunes libraries with the click of a button. The user also has the ability to search for song lyrics. The lyrics will automatically be added to each songs' ID3 tag. Corripio is the iTunes companion a music lover cannot live without.

  • Cover Stream

    Control, browse and search you music, without interrupting your workflow. Cover Stream presents you with iTunes Cover Flow view in a floating, stylish window right on your Desktop, for quick and easy access from any application.

    Key features include playlist filter, search filter, integrated songs browser, full screen mode, Last FM, Growl, Apple Remote, Apple-flavored bezels, inbuilt notification system, desktop artwork, global hotkeys, info bar, menu bar item, and much more!

  • CoverSutra

    CoverSutra gives music lovers a handy and attractive way to control iTunes without having to leave the currently active application. CoverSutra features a powerful music search feature along with global keyboard shortcuts and informative bezels that provide users with song and album details in an unobtrusive way. In addition, CoverSutra has integrated support for Last.fm, the popular social music recommendation service.

  • Covers Everywhere

    Did you ever have the problem with the cover art of your MP3 not showing up in your Nokia phones or other devices, despite the fact that they appear in iTunes and iPods?

    Covers Everywhere changes the "Picture Type" of the covers saved in your MP3s tag, so they can be visible in pretty much any player, such as iTunes, iPods and iPhones, Nokias phones, Windows Media Player, etc.

    The pictures are not modified, so they retain the original resolution.

    I created this application because I hated that the covers of my songs weren't visible in my Nokia even though they look fine in iTunes and my iPod Touch.

    Localized for English and Spanish

  • CueCut

    Some key features include:

    - Uses pcutmp3 cutting engine
    - Supports gapless playback using LAME tag
    - Supports VBR mp3s

  • Curio

    Curio is the ultimate brainstorming and project management application — a flexible and powerful environment which promotes visual thinking for gathering and shaping your ideas, while managing all the notes and documents associated with your project. Curio's intuitive interface and tools encourage effective note gathering, research, and creative exploration. Its freeform, open environment encourages users to more easily visualize, associate, and recall information.

  • Currency Converter

    A very nice widget that let's you convert between 4 different currencies at a time. Updates the currency rates once every day. Very handy!

  • DEVONnote

    DEVONnote is an easy-to-use, intelligent note pad capable of storing and organising plain or rich texts and file aliases. Store and manage your bookmarks in DEVONnote too, browse the Web using the integrated browser based on Apple's WebKit, capture interesting notes immediately or organise webcams. Furthermore, DEVONnote helps you sort in new stuff and supports cross and Wiki-style links.

    Contrast with DEVONthink Personal Edition/Pro/Pro Office at http://www.devon-technologies.com/products/devonthink/comparison.html

  • DEVONthink

    DEVONthink is the solution for the digital age, the one database for all your documents. And it's flexible. It adapts to your personal needs. Use it as your document repository, your filing cabinet, your e-mail archive or your project organizer. Collect and organize data from the web for a publication, enrich it with sound and movie files, and export everything as a web site, drag it to an Apple Pages document for publishing in print, or copy it to your iPod.

  • DEVONthink Professional Office

    New "Office" version with additional features over the Pro version...

    THE REAL "PAPERLESS OFFICE"

    In today’s world, everything is digital. From shopping receipts to important research papers, your life often fills your hard drive in the form of emails, PDFs, Word documents, multimedia files and more. Questions eventually pop up, like where do you store all of this stuff? How do you organize these very different file types, and even better, how do you find the exact file you’re looking for the second you need it? It’s almost as if you need a second brain just to keep your digital life straight.

    Enter DEVONthink: The solution to this digital age conundrum. It is your second brain, the one and only database for all your digital files, be they PDFs, emails, Word docs or even multimedia files. Boasting a refined artificial intelligence, DEVONthink is exceedingly flexible and adapts to your personal needs. And if the files are not digital yet, digitize them with DEVONthink Pro Office.

    Use it as your document repository, your filing cabinet, your email archive, or your project organizer; DEVONthink can do it all. You can even collect and organize data from the web for your own use, enrich it with sound and movie files from your hard drive, and then export the finished product as a website or to an Apple Pages document to print, should you so desire. Or copy the content to your iPod! The possibilities are only as limited as your imagination

  • DOSBox

    DOSBox is a DOS-emulator that uses the SDL-library which makes DOSBox very easy to port to different platforms. DOSBox has already been ported to many different platforms, such as Windows, BeOS, Linux, MacOS X...

    DOSBox also emulates CPU:286/386 realmode/protected mode, Directory FileSystem/XMS/EMS, Tandy/Hercules/CGA/EGA/VGA/VESA graphics, a SoundBlaster/Gravis Ultra Sound card for excellent sound compatibility with older games...

  • DRM Dumpster

    DRM Dumpster is the legal way to convert DRM tracks from your iTunes music library to standard music files.

    DRM Dumpster uses a CD-RW and iTunes itself to convert all of the DRM music files in your Library or in a user selectable play list to standard music files (MP3, AAC, Apple Lossless, AIFF, WAV) files that you can use with any music player.

  • DVD Studio Pro

    Showcase your HD content in HD resolution with DVD Studio Pro 4. Distributed network encoding allows you to quickly convert your source materials to a wide range of industry formats. Create professional-quality DVDs right away, developing more sophisticated commercial projects as your expertise grows.

  • Darwine

    Darwine is a port of the Wine libraries to Darwin and Mac OS X.

    The Wine project aims to allow a PC running a Unix-like operating system and the X Window System to execute programs originally written for Microsoft Windows. The name 'Wine' derives from the recursive acronym "Wine Is Not an Emulator".

    App Bundle by Mike Kronenberg
    http://www.kronenberg.org/darwine/

    Installer by Zach
    http://thisismyinter.net/

  • Dashalytics (AnalyticsWidget)

    AnalyticsWidget is a free dashboard widget for OS X that displays Google Analytics data.
    There are 3 types of reports : Content Overview, Visitors Overview and Traffic Sources Overview , each of these also has 3 views: a graphical main view, a table of small graphs, and a textual view.

  • Dashboard Kickstart

    Dashboard KickStart is not a widget. With Dashboard KickStart, you'll always have the Dashboard ready to use the first time you want. Without it you'll have to wait for a complete Dashboard start-up sequence as soon as you are ready to use it for a first time, making its quick accessibility rather useless.

    This application runs in the background and reacts to the starting or re-starting of the Dock. When that happens it initiates the starting of the Dashboard. This prevents the delay you'll experience when launching Dashboard the first time you want to use it.

  • DataURLMaker

    Encodes images as data URLs for use in CSS files.

  • DateLine

    DateLine is a small, simple app which displays a linear calendar on your desktop in a transparent window. It provides easy access to iCal by double clicking on a day. The background and text colors are customizable with support for transparency.

  • Dave

    Professional cross-platform file and printer sharing solution. DAVE is the first and only cross-platform networking solution of its kind. DAVE uses the fast, industry standard TCP/IP protocol instead of AppleTalk and is designed specifically for the Apple Macintosh. It is installed on the Macintosh and no additional hardware or software is required on the PC. DAVE is a one product fits all solution for sharing between the different Microsoft platforms and Macintosh systems.

  • Deep

    Deephas the unique ability to find images based on color. It also allows you to search by tag, location, size and aspect ratio. Images can be tagged. Core Animation and other Leopard - only technology.

  • Deep Notes

    Deep Notes is a simple hierarchical note pad. You can use it to outline ideas, make to-do lists, or whatever else might need jotting down in a list, hierarchical or not.
    Its keyboard shorcuts were designed to let you edit, navigate and control your outline without taking your hands off the keyboard, so you don't have to interrupt your creative flow and can get on with typing!

  • Default Folder X

    Recently rated 5 mice by MacUser UK and 4.5 mice by Macworld, Default Folder X attaches a toolbar to the right side of the Open and Save dialogs in any OS X-native application. The toolbar gives you fast access to various folders and commands. You just click on the buttons to go to your favorite and recently used folders, manage the folders and files shown in the list, and make changes to your settings.

    Default Folder also fixes a number of problems in Open and Save dialogs, "rebounding" back to the last selected file, putting the path listing back in the top menu, and correcting bugs in scrolling column views.

  • DejaMenu

    DejaMenu will display the current application's main menu as a context menu when a key combination is pressed.

  • Delicious Library

    Get your Mac, a webcam, and Delicious Library and rediscover your home library. Just point any FireWire digital video camera, like an Apple iSightâ„¢, at the barcode on the back of any book, movie, music, or video game. Delicious Library does the rest. The barcode is scanned and within seconds the item's cover appears on your digital shelves filled with tons of in-depth information downloaded from one of six different web sources from around the world. Once your whole library is cataloged, you can find and use your items like never before.

  • DeliciousSQLExport

    DeliciousSQLExport allows you to export your Delicious Library to a MySQL database. Export books, games, movies and albums directly to MySQL, or create database script for offline database updates. You can also export library images.

  • DeliciousSafari

    Use and create del.icio.us bookmarks from the Safari web browser. DeliciousSafari is a SIMBL plug-in for the Safari web browser.

  • DeskShade

    DeskShade cures boring and cluttered desktops. Why bother with a desktop picture when it's covered by ugly icons? Are you happy with a static background? Download Now and get one step closer to desktop nirvana.

    • Tidy up your desktop without having to do any cleanup work
    • DeskLock catches sneaky family and co-workers red handed
    • Build a collection: drag pictures straight from a web page to DeskShade
    • Easy desktop variations with the built-in color shifting
    • Enrich your experience with cinematic desktop transitions
    • Play full screen movies in DeskMovie for unobtrusive viewing
  • Deskcover

    DeskCover solves an unrecognized yet widespread aesthetic error in Mac OS X. On lightly colored or busy desktop pictures, icon names become nearly unreadable. DeskCover inserts a customizable translucent sheet between your icons and the desktop picture. This sheet automatically resizes itself upon launch to fit all desktop icons within the sheet. The color and translucency of the sheet are modifiable from the preferences window, which can be accessed through a menu bar item.

  • Desktop Curtain

    There are times when you need to make a screenshot which should meet the following requirements:
    • standard desktop picture (aqua blue or plain white, for instance)
    • no desktop clutter

    Desktop Curtain displays your favorite desktop picture just in front of your real desktop, so you won't have to clean up each time you need to take a screenshot.

  • Diablotin

    Diablotin allows you to manage the items that have been added to the Mac OS X Library folders. This is a good way to make sure your operating system stays in order. This preference pane also allows you to enable/disable those items.

  • Dictionary

    Dictionary and thesaurus system application based on The New Oxford American Dictionary. Comes with OS X. The Leopard version features tabs for Dictionary, Thesaurus, Wikipedia, Apple, and All.

  • DiffMerge

    file and folder comparison tool

  • DigitalColor Meter

    DigitalColor Meter displays the color value of any pixel you choose on your screen. Included with Mac OS X.

  • Dilo

    Dilo looks up words at http://dict.leo.org and shows the english/french/spanish or german translation of that word.

  • Direct URL

    This is a tool to load specific URL's for which you would not like to use a browser. The application is the URL. This way, you have each URL in a separate application, which especially handy when you are using tools to manage virtual desktops.

  • Disk Inventory X

    Disk Inventory X is a disk usage utility for Mac OS X 10.3 (and later). It shows the sizes of files and folders in a special graphical way called "treemaps".

    If you've ever wondered where all your disk space has gone, Disk Inventory X will help you to answer this question.

  • Disk Utility

    Disk Utility is a powerful application for viewing, managing, and troubleshooting the disks connected to your Mac, including internal and external hard drives, disk images, CDs, and DVDs. With Disk Utility, you can verify the integrity of a disk, repair it, securely erase it, and partition a hard drive. You can also create secure disk images for storing important files using AES 128- or 256-bit encryption.

  • DiskWarrior

    DiskWarrior uses a different approach to disk directory repair than other programs. DiskWarrior is not a disk repair program in the conventional sense. Instead of patching the original directory, it uses a patent-pending technology to quickly build a new replacement directory using data recovered from the original directory, thereby recovering files and folders that you thought were lost and that no other program could recover.

  • Divvy

    Divvy is an entirely new way of managing your workspace. It allows you to quickly and efficiently "divvy up" your screen into exact portions. This lets you take maximum advantage of your screen real estate without any hassle at all. Window management has never been this easy.

  • DoIt

    DoIt is a small application to manage categorized to do lists. Each to do item can be linked with a file on your computer, a URL, such as the address of a website, or a contact from your address book. The linked item can be opened directly from the DoIt window. DoIt items can also include notes, priorities and deadlines, which can be set as reminders in iCal. DoIt is applescriptable, includes plugins for Address book to quickly set contact reminders and a plugin for Quicksilver to allow rapid creation of DoIt items from the Quicksilver interface.

  • Dock Library

    Dock Library is an application that takes the headache out of managing styles for your Leopard dock.

    Download styles from sites such as LeopardDocks.com or LeopardDocks.net. Once downloaded, there's no need to expand or unpack the file, just click "Add Dock" to add it to Dock Library.

    When you have some styles in your library, you're a simple click away from changing the look of your dock. No hunting through hidden system directories, just select the dock you want and click "Set Dock".

  • DockArt

    Any time you play a song that has cover art, it will replace the iTunes icon in your dock. Starting with release 1.0.4, DockArt offers the option to display the art on the desktop as well.

  • DockSpaces

    Dock Spaces is a tiny application that allows you to have 10 different docks and swap anytime you want from the menu bar.

    What Dock Spaces have?

    • 10 Different docks
    • Integrate with spaces
    • Set bouncing
    • Lock Dock items
    • Translucent hidden apps
    • Switch from/to 3D/2D
    • Add Recents Stack
    • Enable mouseover Stack
    • Reset to the original Dock
    • New empty Dock
    • Growl
    • Software update
  • DocumentWallet

    This app is now discontinued!

    DocumentWallet is a Mac OS X program that allows you to scan in and manage your documents. When you scan in each document, you enter a few pieces of information about the document such as the title, category and sub category (as well as fields that you define) and then you can quickly and easily locate your documents. You can view the documents right on the screen, print them, email them, or save them as PDFs. In addition to the powerful search built into DocumentWallet, you can organize your documents into collections. These collections can contain whatever you want and even better than that is the ability to create smart collections that automatically create collections based on whatever criteria you like. For instance, you can create a smart collection that contains all of your manuals for your electronic components or one that contains documents for a certain case. The possibilities are endless.

  • DotMatrix

    DotMatrix brings users to a new era of instant retro/pop/art photography, combining powerful, non-destructive, Photoshop-like eye-candy, shareable codes and live iSight preview (works with most cams). Now, ANYONE and do we mean ANYONE can make sophisticated pictures using just a Mac and the built-in camera. You don't have to be artistic if you can click and POSE! Over 150 ready to use photo/art compositions (presets).

  • DoubleCommand

    DoubleCommand is software for Mac OS X (a kernel extension) that lets you remap keys, in other words change the way your keyboard works. Often used to make a PC keyboard more comfortable with a Mac, swapping the Alt (Option) and Windows (Command or Apple) keys, since they are in swapped positions on Mac and PC keyboards. DoubleCommand is a quick and easy way to fix this if you use a PC keyboard with your Mac. Called DoubleCommand because originally it was used to give the old PowerBooks a second Command key, where there was an enter key.

  • DreamMount

    DreamMount is a Mac OS X application that allows you to mount DreamHost domains or users to a networked filesystem, allowing you to access it using any application.

    Features:
    * works for any shell or sftp users (ftp users are not supported)
    * access all users at once (using the dreamhost API
    automatically downloads the domain listing by logging into all your accounts
    * uses MacFUSE and SSHFS

  • DropCopy

    Easily and quickly send files and folders to multiple destinations across your LAN by simply dragging files onto recipients in a popup window. The easiest way to get things from one place to another quickly without dialogs, passwords or confirmations.

  • Dupin

    Dupin is your iTunes duplicates manager.

    Dupin finds sets of duplicate tracks in iTunes based on the criteria you choose. It can then automatically select the "Keeper" tracks from among the duplicates using a variety of versatile filter options. Dupin is flexible, fast, and easy to use.

    With Dupin you can:

    • Locate, sort, filter, and purge duplicate tracks
    • Preserve play history and ratings
    • Re-populate iTunes playlists
    • Manage intentionally duplicated tracks
    • Copy tracks to new iTunes playlists
    • Audition tracks
  • DynDNS Updater

    Updates your dynamic DNS address(es) (DDNS) with your new IP automatically.

  • EMUTunes

    A simple multi emulator launcher

  • Earth Addresser

    Love Google Earth and have all your friends’ contact information in your Mac’s Address Book? Then you will like Earth Addresser!

    It takes the addresses from your Address Book and writes them to a ‘KML’ file which Google Earth can open to display your friends’ places right on the map. If you have added photos for them in your Address Book, those will appear instead of the usual drawing pin.

  • EarthDesk

    Replaces your static desktop picture with an image of the Earth showing current sun, moon, and city illumination. The software operates silently, in the background, keeping your desktop updated while you work. With an internet connection, EarthDesk displays real-time global cloud cover, allowing users to track hurricanes and typhoons, or simply admire our beautiful planet. User options allow you to adjust the overall transparency of the cloud layer.

    EarthDesk supports eleven different map projections, political and satellite views, and is the only application of its kind to support both accurate moonlight and multiple monitors. With multiple monitors, each desktop is independently configurable so that different maps can be shown on different screens - or you may choose to only display map images on certain monitors. Version 5 is a major upgrade with many new features and benefits.

  • EasyEnvelopes

    EasyEnvelopes is a Dashboard widget that helps you quickly print an one-off envelope, or utilize its tight integration with Address Book which allows you to quickly find a person's address to print an envelope for. It handles USPS bar codes for both 5 and 9 digit bar codes, and boasts many time-saving nicities. The software is fully localizable (works with any country's address format), and allows users to customize the envelope size, return address, mailing address, and more.

  • EasySpeak

    Have you always wanted the free and easy way to convert text from a web page or document to sound so you could listen to it on your iPod or other media player. With EasySpeak, this is insanely easy. Simply take any test, paste it into the window and click speak. Your text will be spoken with he voice you choose.

    You can also export the text in the voice you want to an .AIF file for easy syncing to your ipod through iTunes.

    EasySpeak is absolutely free, we ask for a donation in return.

  • EazyDraw

    EazyDraw is a vector based drawing application for technical drawing, illustrations, and desk top publishing (DTP) with Apple's Macintosh OS X (Mac OS-X) operating system. It is an Illustration or drawing software application that offers vector-based graphics editing and creation capabilities for creating simple, non-photographic drawings, technical diagrams and illustrations such as logos, icons, buttons and stylized art.

    • Vector Based Drawing
    • Graphics Software
    • Drawing and Illustration
    • Technical Drawing
    • Native Mac OS X Application
  • Ecoute

    Ecoute is an awesome application for your Mac that allows you to play your music with a stunning UI and without all the weight of iTunes. It reads music directly from iTunes Music Library without having to launch it.

    One of the most cool features of Ecoute is the super cool desktop controller. This desktop controller is fully customizable via HTML, CSS & Javascript and it's what we're going to talk about in this tutorial.

  • Einstein

    Einstein Platform is NewtonOS running on other operating systems.

    It currently runs on:

    MacOS X (ppc and x86)
    Linux (with X11)
    Windows

    ARM-Linux PDAs:
    Zaurus (with OpenZaurus)
    Nokia Internet Tablets 770 and N800
    PepperPad 3

    Note: Einstein requires a ROM image from a MP2x00 US, MP2100 D or eMate 300.

  • Elephant

    Click the button and you will go to one of your Safari bookmarks at random. Great if you are bored and want to go online, as long as you have a lot of good bookmarks.

  • Emailchemy

    Emailchemy reads email from the closed, proprietary file formats of the most popular (and many of yesterday's forgotten) email applications and converts it to standard, portable formats that any application can use. Emailchemy also includes an embedded IMAP mail server from which any IMAP-compatible email application can download your converted mail.

    Emailchemy converts proprietary email formats to many popular formats based on The One True E-mail Format - RFC-2822 (formerly RFC-822). This is the official Internet/ARPAnet standard for email that has been around since 1973. Most modern email applications are able to directly use or import these standard formats.

    Things you can do with Emailchemy:

    Recover / Export email from an old application or file format
    Import email into your new email application
    Convert email to standard formats, for:
    entry into a database
    long-term archival
    forensic analysis (eDiscovery)
    Repair or clean mailbox files
    Condense/split email files and archives
    Make older email Y2K compliant

  • Encompass

    Encompass is a game that is simple in nature - you must trap the moving balls in the playing field using only your mouse. When you click the mouse, a line begins to draw its way across the screen. If the line touches both sides of the wall, the line becomes an impenetrable wall! If you manage to fill up 75% of the playing field with this wall, you move on to the next level, which has even more balls than before! Rack up the points while encompassing the balls in this addicting, fast-paced game!

  • Enkoder

    Posting your email address on a website is a sure-fire way to get an inbox full of Spam. The Enkoder helps protect email addresses by converting them into encrypted JavaScript code, hiding them from email-harvesting robots while revealing them to real people.

    Although the Enkoder should help to reduce Spam, no solution is perfect. The only way to truly prevent Spam is to never publish your address at all, ever, anywhere.

    The Enkoder will work on Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard) as well as 10.4 (Tiger). If you're running an older version of Mac OS X, please use the web form instead.

  • Entagged

    Entagged is an Open-source audio file tagger which provides a convenient way of changing the value of audio file metadata fields, either manually, or automatically via the freedb database.

    Entagged can also do a lot of organizational work. You can rename your files from their tag in any way you like, including complex directory structures, or generate playlists for selected files and folders. Furthermore, you can also tag the files from their filenames, this avoids copying all the information by hand.

    Best of all, Entagged hides all the different format complexities, with one unique interface. You can work with mixed file formats, eg. you can tag a mixed album of wma, mp3, ogg, flac, mpc, ape and mp4 files without worrying!

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    Note: version 0.31 does not seem to launch, try downloading version 0.30 instead. this is a cross-platform java app, hence the listing as a universal binary.

  • Espresso

    Espresso is not a bunch of apps forcibly smashed together. Instead, we looked at the needs of modern web developers and streamlined their workflow into one focused app. Extremely powerful editing, sleek projects, live preview (we make CSSEdit!), real publishing and extensive synchronization tools. All this, and an amazing extensible core? It's not too good to be true.

  • EtreTask

    EtreTask is a small, fast, easy-to-use to-do list manager. It is designed not to get in your way. It will never have as many “features” as its competitors, but we feel that is a good thing.

    EtreTask Users’s Guide:
    1) Give each task a name and maybe a description.
    2) If you want, associate files and URLs to tasks.
    3) Check them off!

  • Event Maker

    Event Maker makes it easy to create iCal calendar events from Apple's Mail application. You can also use Event Maker to create iCal events from scratch.

  • Excavate

    - View stories from specific topics or users
    - See what your friends are digging, submitting and commenting on
    - Search digg directly from the widget
    - Collapsable and resizable
    - Shift-click to open stories directly
    - No ugly credits or donate button!

  • ExpanDrive

    ExpanDrive acts just like a USB drive plugged into your Mac. Open, edit, and save files to remote computers from within your favorite programs—even when they are on a server half a world away. ExpanDrive enhances every single application on your computer by transparently connecting it to remote data.

  • FCS Remover

    This utility allows you to uninstall all Final Cut Studio components with the press of a button. Apple does not offer an uninstaller, making removing or downgrading to an earlier version very difficult. Simply deleting the Final Cut Studio application icons does not remove the suite, nor does it make it possible to reinstall it again. FCS Remover allows you to quickly and easily uninstall Final Cut Studio either permanently or in order to reinstall an earlier version over the top.

  • FFView

    FFView is a fast OpenGL-powered picture viewer a la ACDsee (2.x). It is aimed at letting you read manga or other comics onscreen (windowed & fullscreen mode). Features include fast prefetching, smooth panning, voice commands, 2-page mode, a magnifying lens, the ability to browse pictures inside archives (.rar/.cbr, .zip/.cbz/, .pdf) and sticky per-picture options. It reads EXIF tags and is scriptable.

  • FUGU

    Fugu is a graphical frontend to the commandline Secure File Transfer application (SFTP). SFTP is similar to FTP, but unlike FTP, the entire session is encrypted, meaning no passwords are sent in cleartext form, and is thus much less vulnerable to third-party interception.

    Fugu allows you to take advantage of SFTP's security without having to sacrifice the ease of use found in a GUI.

  • FairGame

    To remove DRM from Itunes Music Files. Needs Imovie HD 06

  • Feeder

    Feeder is a fully featured application for creating, editing and publishing RSS and iTunes podcast feeds. Here are just some of its many features:

    • Create, download and import RSS 2.0 and iTunes podcast feeds
    • Full support for the iTunes RSS podcasting extensions
    • Drag and drop enclosure files to create new items
    • Automatically tag audio and video files with artwork, artist, etc in all popular podcast formats including MP3s, M4As, M4Vs and QuickTime movies
    • Quick and easy feed editing with auto-complete, templates, HTML tags and previews
    • Customizable interface easily adapts to the task at hand
    • Validates feeds to the RSS and iTunes specifications
    • Upload artwork and enclosure files when publishing
    • Publish with FTP, SFTP, Amazon S3 or to folders on disk
    • Post new content to a weblog and share on Twitter or Facebook when publishing
    • Ping online services after publishing to notify them of changes
  • File Juicer

    File Juicer is a drag & drop can opener and data archaeologist. Its specialty is to find and extract images, video, audio or text from files which are hard to open in other ways.
    It finds and extracts: JPEG, JP2, PNG, GIF, PDF, BMP, WMF, EMF, PICT, TIFF, Flash, Zip, HTML, WAV, AVI, MOV, MP4, MPG, MP3, AIFF, AU, WMV or text from files which contain data in those formats.

    Lossless extraction... File Juicer does't convert the images/sounds/videos it finds, but saves them unchanged in their original format if possible. See the manual for details.

  • FileMaker

    The #1-selling easy-to-use database software for Windows and Mac OS.

  • FileZilla

    FileZilla is a fast and reliable FTP client and server with lots of useful features and an intuitive interface.

  • Final Cut Pro

    The first choice of professional editors, Final Cut Pro delivers high-performance digital nonlinear editing, native support for virtually any video format, and facility-class extensibility and interoperability. Whether you’re working solo or collaborating with a team, Final Cut Pro gives you more creative options and technical control than ever before.

  • Finder

    Your home on the Mac, Finder gives you lots of options for locating, displaying and organizing all your files and folders. From the power of Spotlight search technology to the flexibility of customizable item views, Mac OS X Finder truly shows your Mac at a glance.

  • FinderFileSizes

    This small application displays the size of all selected files and folders in finder in the system menu bar.

  • Fink

    The Fink project wants to bring the full world of Unix Open Source software to Darwin and Mac OS X. We modify Unix software so that it compiles and runs on Mac OS X ("port" it) and make it available for download as a coherent distribution. Fink uses Debian tools like dpkg and apt-get to provide powerful binary package management. You can choose whether you want to download precompiled binary packages or build everything from source.

    There are currently over 3000 packages available.

  • FireStats

    FireStats is a web statistics system for PHP sites and especially suited to Django, Drupal, Gregarius, Joomla, MediaWiki, trac and WordPress.

  • Firefly Media Server

    Tired of the limitations of iTunes music sharing, for example, the 5 user/day limit and the neccesity of constantly running iTunes? Firefly (formerly known as mt-daapd) is an open source daap server that will serve your music to daap clients such as iTunes, the Roku Soundbridge, and many others. Runs as a daemon with an excellent preference pane interface as well as a web-based interface. Automatically acquires playlists from iTunes library files as well as m3u files.

  • Firefox

    Mozilla Firefox is a fast, full-featured Web browser. Firefox includes pop-up blocking, tab-browsing, integrated Google search, simplified privacy controls, a streamlined browser window that shows you more of the page than any other browser and a number of additional features that work with you to help you get the most out of your time online.

    Firefox 3.5 is based on the Gecko 1.9.1 rendering platform, which has been under development for the past year. Firefox 3.5 offers many changes over the previous version, supporting new web technologies, improving performance and ease of use, and adding new features for users: It is now available in more than 70 languages, includes a Private Browsing mode, better performance and stability with the new TraceMonkey JavaScript engine, the ability to provide Location Aware Browsing using web standards for geolocation, support for native JSON, and web worker threads, support for new web technologies such as: HTML5 < video > and < audio > elements, downloadable fonts and other new CSS properties, JavaScript query selectors, HTML5 offline data storage for applications, and SVG transforms.

  • Fission

    Fission is a streamlined audio editor designed to get you editing in minutes, not hours. It works with MP3, AAC, Apple Lossless and AIFF audio, enabling you to instantly trim and split files with no quality loss!

  • Flaex

    Extracts Images, MP3, PCM Sounds, Texts from Flash (SWF) File.

  • Flame

    View all bonjour traffic.

  • Flash Player

    Adobe Flash Player 10 is a lightweight browser plug-in and rich Internet application (RIA) runtime that delivers consistent and engaging user experiences, stunning audio/video playback, and pervasive reach. Flash Player 10 introduces new expressive features, visual performance improvements, and extensibility to unleash the creative potential of designers and developers so they can build richer and more immersive web experiences.

  • Flash Video Downloader

    Flash Video Downloader is an application which allows you to easily batch download and save streaming flash videos from just about any website with streaming flash videos as long as the videos are set to autoplay (that is, they start playing when the page loads). Examples of sites are youtube.com, video.google.com, and dailymotion.com, but just about any website will work. Instead of sifting through the html code of the webpage to find the flash video, Flash Video Downloader 2 actually checks where the video is coming from and download it, which will ensure that it will still work even if the page has changed. It can even download videos that require you to login to the website and videos from websites that first play an advertisement. Flash Video Downloader 2 can also download up to 5 videos at a time in order to significantly improve the overall download time.

  • FlickrExport

    An iPhoto plug-in that allows direct export to www.flickr.com, a free website where you can upload your photos.

  • FlickrFaves

    FlickrFaves is a small utility for downloading high-resolution versions of your Flickr favorites to your harddrive. If you are like me this means hundreds of beautiful new wallpapers at the click of a button! FlickrFaves is a cross-platform utility written in Java.

    Requirements:
    - A Flickr account
    - Java Runtime Environment, version 5.0 or later

  • FlickrShop

    FlickrShop is a plug-in for Adobe Photoshop that allows you to upload images to Flickr photo sharing website directly from Adobe Photoshop. No need to save your image to a temporary file, no more switching between applications - just open your image, tweak it in Photoshop and share it with the world via Flickr.

  • Flock

    Flock is an amazing new web browser that makes it easier to share media and connect to other people online. Share photos, automatically stay up-to-date with new content from your favorite sites, and search the Web with the most advanced Search Toolbar available today.

  • Fluid

    Are you a Gmail, Facebook, Campfire or (Insert Your Favorite Webapp Here) fanatic? Do you have 20 or more browser tabs open at all times? Are you tired of some random site or Flash ad crashing your browser and causing you to lose your (say) Google Spreadsheets data in another tab?

    If so, Site Specific Browsers (SSBs) provide a great solution for your webapp woes. Using Fluid, you can create SSBs to run each of your favorite webapps as a separate desktop application. Fluid gives any webapp a home on your Mac OS X desktop complete with Dock icon, standard menu bar, and logical separation from your other web browsing activity.

    How does it work?

    Fluid itself is a very small application. When launched, Fluid displays a small window where you specify the URL of a webapp you'd like to run in a Site Specific Browser. Provide an application name, click 'Create' and you'll be prompted to launch the new native Mac app you've just created.

    Use Fluid to run YouTube, GTalk, Flickr, Basecamp, Delicious, .Mac webmail, or any other webapp as a separate Mac desktop application.

    Anytime you click a link to another site in an SSB, the link is opened in your system default web browser, keeping your SSB dedicated to the original site you've specified.

  • Flux

    A brand new drag and drop Web design application, using CSS, XHTML and other fancy acronyms.

  • Font Book

    Font Book is a powerful tool for managing fonts and font collections on Mac OS X

  • FontExplorer X

    FontExplorer X sets a new standard for font management software. After several relatively sad years for all font users who were looking for a professional font manager, Linotype is pleased to fill the gap with the new FontExplorer X. Font management has never been so simple, and font sorting, font shopping and font discovery are now more fun than ever. FontExplorer X gives computer users all the font functions they could need, and lets them decide how deeply they wish to dive into various font themes.

  • Fontcase

    Fontcase is a font management application that provides an elegant and powerful workflow to help you organise the fonts you have installed on your system. Designed to be an iTunes for your fonts, Fontcase has a powerful tagging system, which is designed to let you control your fonts like you control your music. Fontcase is a font management application for the mac designed to let you manage, share, compare, and inspect your fonts like never before.

  • FoxTrot Personal Search

    FoxTrot Personal Searchâ„¢ is a new application delivering the fastest, most focused and precise way to find data in the files on your Mac.

    Based on the revolutionary FoxTrot search engine - used in more than 40 countries by users of CTM's PowerMail - FoxTrot Personal Search brings high performance document retrieval and indexing to your most important files.

    Foxtrot users on Mac OS X 10.3 and 10.2 gain a full-blown find-by-content solution. On Mac OS X 10.4, FoxTrot extends Spotlight in several ways.

  • Fraise

    Fraise is an open-source lightweight but very efficient and powerful text editor for Mac OS X 10.6 based on Smultron, originally developed by Peter Borg. It allows you to work on multiple documents at the same time and provides numerous functions to work faster and with more efficiently.

  • FrameByFrame

    FrameByFrame lets you create stop-motion animation videos using any webcam/video camera connected to your Mac, including iSight. Just take some pictures and in a matter of seconds you‘ve got your very own stop-motion QuickTime movie!

  • FreeCol

    an open source project that aims to provide a free Colonization clone (released under the GPL). A more detailed description of the original game can be found in the About section.

  • Freeciv

    Freeciv is a free turn-based multiplayer strategy game, in which each player becomes the leader of a civilization, fighting to obtain the ultimate goal: To become the greatest civilization.

    Players of the Civilization series by Microprose should feel at home, since one aim of Freeciv is to have modes with compatible rules. Freeciv is maintained by an international team of coders and enthusiasts, and is easily one of the most fun and addictive network games out there! It also means it has very exten

  • Freemind

    FreeMind is a premier free mind-mapping software written in Java.

  • Fruit

    UCI chess engine, to use with chess interfaces compatible with UCI protocol, like Sigma Chess, Jose, Shredder, etc.

  • GIMPshop

    Modified version of GIMP to make the user interface seem more like photoshop.

  • GLtron

    As the name suggests, it's inspired by the movie TRON. Or more exactly, by all the games that where inspired by the movie TRON.

    You steer a futuristic bike, called lightcycle. Combat takes place in a rectangular arena. Your bike leaves a trail behind, which is like a wall. The goal is to force the other players to drive into a wall. The winner is the last player alive.

  • GTDTiddyWiki

    A great cross platform GTD (Getting Things Done) implementation. It behaves like a Wiki, but you don't have to install any server ; datas are stored in a local HTML file(Safari users will have to install a plugin).

  • GearsEnabler

  • Let web applications interact naturally with your desktop
  • Store data locally in a fully-searchable database
  • Run JavaScript in the background to improve performance
  • Geekbench

    Geekbench provides a comprehensive set of benchmarks engineered to quickly and accurately measure processor and memory performance. Designed to make benchmarks easy to run and easy to understand, Geekbench takes the guesswork out of producing robust and reliable benchmark results.

  • Generator

    Sega Genesis / Mega Drive emulator.
    You can use Emulator Enhancer (shareware) to add additional features.
    Alternative to Genesis Plus. Compatibility is not as good, but runs some games that do not run in Genesis Plus.

  • Genius

    Genius helps you memorize things. Genius organizes your information and carefully chooses questions using an intelligent "spaced repetition" method that’s based on your past performance. It performs fuzzy answer checking and even highlights errors visually.
    Use Genius to study vocabulary words, foreign language phrases, historical events, religious texts, legal definitions, formal speeches, marketing points—anything you need to memorize!

  • Get Tube

    Get Tube is a tool for downloading video or audio from the You Tube site.

  • Gimp.app

    Gimp.app is a binary package of Gimp that needs Apple's X11 and not much more.

    Gimp is similar to Adobe Photoshop, except that it's free software.

  • GlimmerBlocker

    The problem with other ad-blockers for Safari is that they are implemented as awful hacks: as an InputManager and/or ApplicationEnhancer. This compromises the stability of Safari and very often create problems when Apple releases a new version of Safari. GlimmerBlocker is implemented as an http proxy, so the stability of Safari isn’t compromised because it doesn’t use any hacks. It is even compatible with all other browsers.

    You’ll always be able to upgrade Safari without breaking GlimmerBlocker (or waiting for a new release); and you’ll be able to upgrade GlimmerBlocker without upgrading Safari. This makes it much easier to use the beta versions of Safari and especially the nightly builds of WebKit. Because GlimmerBlocker doesn’t hack Safari, there is a few things it isn’t able to do: adding a block by right-clicking an image, stopping pop-unders, and filtering cookies from 3rd party sites. But you win a lot in stability, and GlimmerBlocker provides much easier methods for adding your own modifications to pages by adding css rules, pieces of Javascript or by transforming the html before Safari receives it. So I’ll hope you’re happy with the tradeoff.

    If you can program in Javascript you’ll be able to add your own modification to pages. See the included filters for examples, e.g. adding a download link to YouTube.

  • Gmail Browser

    Gmail Browser is a web browser that is dedicated to running Gmail (and Google calendar). It's an enhanced version of WebMail.app. The enhancements are:

    • correctly handles attachments
    • correctly handles mailto: links if you set it as the default mail program
    • printing support
    • 'delete all spam' button works
    • ability to change homepage
    • icon

    Why? Well, for me, reading email is usually a work activity, while web browsing is mostly play. And so, when I check my email, I easily get distracted by other web sites. Separating Gmail from the rest of the internet helps me concentrate.

    An experimental version, available on the web page, uses the latest versions of WebKit for better mail, docs and spreadsheets support (including rich text email composition).

  • Gmail Notifr

    An Open Source RubyCocoa Gmail Notifier for Mac OS X

    Gmail Notifr is written in RubyCocoa and has these features:

    Support multiple accounts!

    Support Google hosted account.

    Check mail at a specified interval.

    Growl & sound notifications.

    Small & fast.

    Sparkle automatic update.

    No background daemon processes installed as Google's official notifier.

    Open Source & free!

  • Gmail+Growl

    Growl is a simple tool that allows applications to send out notifications to your screen. Notifications appear as small windows with a bit of text and an icon. Gmail+Growl works inside of Gmail Notifier to send Growl notifications whenever new mail is received.

  • Goban

    Use Goban to play the game of GO against the program, with people on the Internet GO servers or your local network. Observe live pro and amateur games on IGS. Support of 9×9, 13×13 and 19×19 Boardsizes. Review and analyze games. Browse through joseki or fuseki libraries... Goban is a powerful, simple, fast go board for Mac OS X.

  • Google Apps Dashboard Widget

    The Google Apps Dashboard widget allows to to acces various Google Web-based applications right from your Dashboard, by using a Mac OS X Dock-like setting.

    Included in the widget are: Gmail, Calendar, Docs & Spreadsheets, Notebook, Page Creator, Picassa Web Albums, Blogger & Google Reader

  • Google Notifier

    The Google Notifier is an application that shows you alerts in your menu bar, so you can see when you have new Gmail messages or upcoming Google Calendar events without having to open a web browser.

  • Grab

    Comes with OS X

    Taking pictures of your screen with Grab

    You can use the Grab application to take a picture of all or part of your computer screen. These pictures are often called "screen shots" or "screen captures."

    Open Grab (located in /Applications/Utilities) and choose a command from the Capture menu.
    Selection takes a picture of a part of the screen that you select.

    Window takes a picture of a window you select.

    Screen takes a picture of the entire screen.

    Timed Screen lets you start a timer and activate part of the screen (such as a menu), and then takes a picture of the screen.

    Follow the instructions in the dialog for the command you chose.
    To see information about a screen shot you've taken, such as the size and depth, choose Edit > Inspector.

    To save a screen shot, choose File > Save. Grab saves screen shots as files in TIFF format. You can use the Preview application to view these files and export them to other formats, such as JPEG.

  • GrandPerspective

    A small utility application that graphically shows the disk usage within a file system. It can help you to manage your disk, as you can easily spot which files and folders take up the most space.

  • Grapher

    Create 2D and 3D graphs with this lovely full-featured equation grapher.

  • GraphicConverter

    Ever had an image that seemed impossible to open? Struggeled too many times with images without enough info for even the mighty Photoshop?

    GraphicConverter X/Classic is kinda like vlc, only for converting images. Keep it in mind, when running into trouble....

  • Growl

    Growl is a notification system that allows any application to send it a notification, and then it displays it. You can (for example) be notified that you have new email, or that a download completed, etc.

    Support for Applescript, Perl, Python, TCL, Cocoa, Carbon, Ruby and more being added.

  • Gruml

    Gruml lets you view and manage your subscriptions of your Google Reader account.
    Add subscriptions, manage your folders and tags, have a quicklook over unread articles, view your subscriptions webpages and much more.

  • Gumby

    Gumby is split into 17 modules. Here is a brief description of a few:

    - VCD Jelly: Extracts an MPEG-1 film from a file.
    - Binchunker: Converts an image file to a proper ISO image.
    - Unrar Extractor: Extracts files from RAR documents.
    - PAR Checker: Fixes RAR documents using parity files (PAR).
    - PS2 PAL: Converts PAL PS2 games so they run on NTSC TV sets.

    ...and many more useful apps that won't fit here!

  • HTML Character Converter

    Character Converter allows you to encode special characters into HTML. In just one click, it converts accented characters, characters in foreign alphabets, special punctuation marks, and more. It works in any Mac OS X program, so you don't have to copy and paste text back and forth.

  • Hardware Growler

    This is a little app hidden in the extras folder of the growl disk image. It notifies you of any hardware events, like when you plug in your mouse. On top of that it also notifies you of wireless network connections and when you acquire an IP, very usefull when on the road, using open wifi networks and wanting to know when you are connected.

    To download, download the GROWL package and look into the Extras folder.

  • Haushaltsbuch

    Haushaltsbuch is a small and fast cash journal.

  • Hawkeye

    Hawkeye makes it easy for you to create DVD's with custom playlists. With one application you can rip your favorite episodes or moments from your dvd collection and create a new custom DVD with a menu you design. Hawkeye also has the ability to import any DVD ready MPEG files. Also support to create iPod, PSP, SVCD and Cell phone media.

  • Hazel

    Hazel is your personal housekeeper, organizing and cleaning folders based on rules you define. Hazel can also manage your trash.

    Organize your files using a familiar rule interface. Filter on the file's name, type, date, the site or email address it came from and more. And do more than just file. You can set color labels, Spotlight keywords and comments and even archive files. In addition, Hazel can manage your Trash for you, relieving you of having to empty it yourself.

    All this is done automatically in the background allowing you to focus on your real work.

  • Hear

    Hear greatly improves audio quality in movies and music throughout all of your Mac OS X applications. With Hear, music is richer, movie sound and dialog is clearer and games will blow you out of your chair!

  • Hex Fiend

    A very maclike hex editor that is fast, powerful, and elegant.

  • HexEdit

    HexEdit is a hexadecimal file editor for the Macintosh. The most widely used editor of its kind on the platform, HexEdit can handle file sizes of up to four gigabytes with ease, yet has memory requirements of less than a megabyte (with colour turned off). It can also compare files for similarities or differences.

  • Hide Folders

    A simple, easy to use application to hide (or unhide) folders without messing with command line. Drag your folder, choose "hide" to hide it. Click, choose "show" to show it again. You can use a password, too.

  • HighC - Draw your Music

    HighC is a synthesizer, a sequencer and a mixer. Its goal is to make music composition as simple and direct as sketching.

    HighC is an entertaining and educational tool:

    No music experience needed to create stunning soundscapes and crazy ringtones in a matter of minutes. Helps learning acoustics, music theory and audio synthesis with a gentle, graphic approach.

    HighC also meets demanding professional needs:

    Includes many advanced synthesis techniques: FM, ring mod, additive, granular, and much more. No complex dashboards of knobs, dials and connectors with unpredictable effects. No programming.

    HighC uses only the simplest GUI techniques: draw notes, envelopes and wave shapes; move and resize sounds; copy and paste to create effects; group sounds into rhythms or patterns; repeat your groupings to create an harmonic line; link your sounds to one another to create modulations...

  • HimmelBar

    HimmelBar provides an icon in the menu bar to quickly access your installed applications by scanning standard locations such as local, user, network and developer applications. You can also add a custom location such as the Classic Applications folder, or any other folder of your hard disk that contains applications.

  • Home and Away

    Home and Away can automatically mount network volumes and/or launch applications depending on the network you are connected to. If you take your laptop back and forth to work (or anywhere else), you may find this tool very useful.
    Even if you don’t have a laptop, Home and Away can still provide an easy way to mount volumes and launch applications on login.

  • ID Infiltr8

    ID Infiltr8 is my tagging program for mp3 & m4a files. I got tired of having to manually capitalize & tag my audio files. It was so incredibly repetetive - so I started out on a program that could do it for me (ala EasyTag for Linux). That program was called mp3Spec and was limited to setting a few tags & file renaming.

    This is the program I've wanted to write for a long time now, & it's now fully functional. The last big part was writing to m4a files - that now happens perfectly with AtomicParsley. AtomicParsley is my own command line mpeg4 tagging tool that supports multiple pieces of artwork & lyrics - along with the image resizing/limiting features introduced into id3Gateway and is opensource & GPL'ed at sourceforge.

  • IP Scanner

    Great little utility that scans your local network/area for computers, printers, routers, or anything else that has an address. Very quick and easy way to scan for network items that are stubborn or slow to pop up in your network folder.

  • IP widget

    Small, simple, no-frills widget that can run in multiple copies to display your current internal or external IP and refresh automatically everytime you open Dashboard. Copy IP to clipboard by click.
    Choose between Airport, Ethernet, Firewire and your "real" Internet/WAN IP.

  • ImageWell

    ImageWell is the easy way to edit, rotate, crop and resize your image or screenshot and upload it to your iDisk (.mac account), FTP, WebDAV server or flickr, SmugMug or ImageShack. No need to launch multiple applications to add text, labels, drop shadows and shapes. At the click of button the image is sent and a handy URL is copied to the clipboard.

  • Impromptu

    Impromptu is an OSX programming environment for composers, sound artists, VJ's and graphic artists with an interest in live or interactive programming. Impromptu is a Scheme language environment, a member of the Lisp family of languages.
    Time plays a major role in the Impromptu environment allowing accurate real-time scheduling of events and code. Impromptu is a dynamic environment designed for the creation and manipulation of running programs in live performance.
    Impromptu is a programmable AudioUnit host. A powerful environment for creating AudioUnit graphs of arbitrary complexity with precise programmatic control over individual AU nodes. Musical material can be precisely scheduled for performance by any AudioUnit instrument node and parameters, program changes and presets can be programmatically changed on-the-fly as well as directly via the AU's user interface.
    Graphics routines can be applied with the same temporal accuracy as audio material allowing artists to tightly integrate audio and visual components. OpenGL, live video processing, vector drawing routines, image rendering, CoreImage filters, text rendering and quicktime movie support are a few of the graphics features available for artists to play with.

  • Incoming!

    Incoming! is a Twitter search client designed for power users and social media experts. It lets you cut through the noise and find the tweets that matter to you most - so you can follow your favorite topics or keep track of what users are saying about your company's products.

    Unlike other apps, Incoming! is dedicated to searching Twitter. Follow the latest trending topics, create advanced searches, or stalk your favorite users. Incoming! does it all with a clean, powerful interface built exclusively for Mac OS X Leopard.

    • Translate tweets into your language with one click.
    • See an aggregated list of all the links users are tweeting.
    • Scroll through hundreds of attached Twitpic and yfrog images.
    • Manage your search results. Reply, retweet, and flag tweets for followup.
    • Our "Influencer" score filters out the spammers and shows you the users who matter most.
  • Inform

    Inform is a design system for interactive fiction, a new medium for writers which began with adventure games in the late 1970s and is now used for everything from literary narrative fiction through to plotless conceptual art, and plenty more adventure games too. Since its introduction in 1993, Inform has become a standard tool.

  • InsomniaX

    It always has been a missing feature: disabling the sleep mode on a Apple Laptop. Who does not want to use it as a big juke-box or go warwalking. The best looking server ever, especially at about one inch height. This small utility is what you will want, this small utility acts as a wrapper to the Insomnia kernel extension.

  • Interarchy

    Want a way to easily upload, download, edit, mirror and manage your remote files? Interarchy 9, with its powerful, intuitive, easy-to-use interface, will make light work of whatever you throw at it. Ideal for transferring files over the Internet using FTP, SFTP, SSH, WebDAV, and more.

  • IntervalPhobia

    IntervalPhobia helps you learn to recognize intervals by ear. In IntervalPhobia, you will see/hear most of the intervals from perfect unison to perfect fifteenth.

  • Iris

    Iris lets you do more stuff with your iSight.

    • Take Snapshots
    • Make Movies
    • Record TimeLapse Movies
    • Detect unwelcome visitors, with Motion Detection, and Email Alerting
    • Broadcast your video over the web, with Iris's built in WebCam
    • Browse your snapshots and movies in Iris's built-in Gallery. Send them by email, upload them to Flickr, or export them to view on your iPod, Apple TV, or iPhone.
  • Itsy

    Itsy won't hog up your screen or do other crazy things.

    - See and send tweets, replies, DM's
    - Mentions integrated into timeline
    - Inline yfrog and twitpic viewing
    - Growl notifications
    - Twitter Search

  • JDarkRoom

    JDarkRoom is a popular, simple full-screen text file editor with none of the usual bells and whistles that might distract you from the job in hand. If you are writing a novel, essay, thesis or just need to be able to concentrate on your writing, then JDarkRoom may help you.

    I have released JDarkRoom under the umbrella of CodeAlchemists. Please donate if you find this software useful - it encourages me to add features and fix bugs.

    The development of JDarkRoom was heavily inspired by DarkRoom, an implementation of WriteRoom (which is a Mac-only application) for Windows, but DarkRoom requires the Microsoft .NET framework. I decided to create my own implementation in Java for those that prefer not to use .NET.

  • Jack OS X

    Jack (the Jack Audio Connection Kit) is a low-latency audio server, written originally for the GNU/Linux operating system, and now with Mac OS X support. It can connect any number of different applications to a single hardware audio device; it also allows applications to send and receive audio to and from each other.

    Jack is different from other audio server efforts in that it has been designed from the ground up to be suitable for professional audio work. This means that it focuses on two key areas: synchronous execution of all clients, and low latency operation.

  • Jaikoz

    Jaikoz is a powerful audiotagger that supports Mp3, Mp4, OggVorbis and Flac files.
    It automatically updates files using acoustic fingerprint matching and metadata lookups (using MusicBrainz and MusicIP database). Over thirty fields can be updated automatically including artwork and lyrics. Changes to your files are reflected in iTunes. Jaikoz also provides powerful manual editing controls

  • Jer's Novel Writer

    A word processor with outline capabilities. A relatively simple word processor with extra features to support large creative writing projects. Features:
    Margin Notes.
    Automatic Outline
    Full-screen mode
    Database
    Bookmarks
    Separate formatting options for print and screen
    It actually knows what a chapter is (or whatever organizational structure you want to use).
    A panel for general notes lets you keep track of story issues and ideas (and the last time you ate).
    Word count
    More accurate page count estimates
    Better performance than most word processors for really, really big documents.

  • Jewelcase

    Amazing real-time 3D Album art visualizer!
    Includes ability to email app to friends. It is TINY...! It displays the front, autogenerates a back cover with song list ( which indicates which song is playing )and also the spines.
    And it is VERY customizable. You can set the speed from 0 to too-fast with a single glancing blow of the mouse pointer. Also change direction and axis of rotation.
    Enjoy and spread...!

  • Jim's San Juan

    From Jim Getzen's own website:

    "San Juan, by Andreas Seyfarth, is an outstanding card game for 2-4 players. It's reasonably easy to learn, has plenty of depth and nuance, and just the right amount of luck. It's simply a lot of fun.

    Jim's San Juan is a faithful version of the card game. I didn't include the rules, since I really intend the game to be played by those who own the actual card game, but I am sure they can be tracked down in the wilds of the web.

    I made this game in 2005 and posted it at BoardGameGeek.com. It implements the complete rule set (with one or two very minor exceptions), and features pretty good AI players, which are modifiable. The AI can compete against one another in automated sessions. A few people have contributed AI files (the AI is controlled by easy-to-modify text files), icons, and suggestions.

    JSJ is an older game of mine, but I'm rather proud of it, and I haven't had any incompatibility reports."

  • Jon's Phone Tool

    Benefits & Features

    Supports Bluetooth Mobiles, Analog Modems, Vonage; CallVantage; Skype; Ovolab Phlink; Parliant’s PhoneValet; Asterisk; IP Phones from Cisco, Snom, and Others; Additional VoIP Support by Dialing Via eyeBeam, ineen, X-PRO, or X-Lite by CounterPath, the Gizmo Project, ohphoneX, LoudHush, Fritz!Box, and More

    Dialing integration with DayLite, LaunchBar, Butler, QuickSilver, FileMaker Pro & Other Applications

    System-Wide Dialing via Contextual Menu or Services Menu

    Voice Activated Dialing

    Incoming Call Detection & Auto Redial on Busy

    Call Timer, Log, & Notepad

    System-Wide Quick Dial Numbers (Speed Dial)

    Integrated with Top Contact Management Applications

    Dashboard Widget, Automator Action, & Universal Binary

    Highly Scriptable with Many Example AppleScripts

    Enhances Your Digital Address Book

    Perfect Application for the Idle Modem of Broadband Users

    Intuitive & Unobtrusive Interface

    Exceptional Value

    And Much, Much More!

  • JournalX

    JournalX was designed to archive and manage any kind of documents. Its flexibility makes it first choice for:
    Document manager
    Journal
    Note pad
    Link collection (bookmarks)
    Movie collection
    Receipe collection
    Text collection
    Picture collection
    Archive PDF files
    and a lot more...!
    With JournalX it is easy to create text documents or archive both, text and pictures. With its fast and flexible search capability you have instant access to your text and picture documents. Add arbitrary notes to your documents. Its integrated viewer allows it to view content without additional programs. Export the whole database to your iBook or MacBook when you are on the road and all your information is remains available.

  • Journler

    Journler is a notebook and entry based information manager. It is simple, it is elegant, it is powerful. Journler is designed to unite text and media in creative endeavor. It offers a place to store your thoughts and ideas while connecting them with media of any kind.

    Journler’s inline media viewer supports audio-video, images, PDFs, WebArchives, websites, email and Address Book contacts. When you’re ready to organize, Journler does entries by date and folder as well tiered folders and smart families with auto-tagging. Journler includes lightning search and on the fly filtering of your entries. There is Spotlight and AppleScript support as well as Mail, iWeb, iPod, and blogging integration. The new Drop Box and JPanel make it easy to get stuff in, while the Lexicon helps you find the relationships between your data.

    Chronicle. Organize. Find. Connect. Journaling is just the beginning.

  • KeyCastr

    KeyCastr lets you easily display your keystrokes while recording screencasts. Very useful when demonstrating complicated keyboard shortcuts.

  • Keychain Access

    The Keychain stores all your information to use encrypted disk images and to log onto file servers, FTP servers and Web servers. Mac OS X automatically adds your .Mac account information to your Keychain. When you log in to Mac OS X, the system opens your Keychain. You don't have to enter your user name and passwords to access this data. You can set Mac OS X to lock your Keychain when the system sleeps or is inactive for a time. The system will ask you for your password the next time you try to access secure data. Other users on the system cannot access your Keychain or its data.

  • Keynote

    Apple's presentation program. Easy to use, generating drop-dead beautiful presentations of all sorts, from photography portfolios, kiosks, to scientific or business job interviews.

  • Kinkless GTD

    Kinkless GTD is a free set of Applescripts that work with OmniOutliner Pro to create a framework for implementing David Allen’s Getting Things Done task-management methodology.

  • KisMAC

    KisMAC is a free, open source network stumbler that operates in passive mode, allowing the program to run completely invisibly without sending any probe requests (unlike active scanners).

    In addition to standard stumbler logging and graphing features, KisMAC reveals cloaked SSIDs and can perform deauthentication, packet injection, and several other attacks against WEP/WPA encrypted packets. GPS mapping is also included.

    KisMAC is the only stumbler to support Apple's Airport Extreme card in passive mode. It is also compatible with original Airport cards and several third party cards (see website).

  • Klok

    Klok is a tool intended to be used by individuals, like myself, who have a need to track the time they spend on projects, tasks or anything else for that matter. It is a desktop tool that requires the Adobe AIR runtime

  • KnockOutDock

    KnockoutDock is a simple Applescript & shell script combo, designed to make the Dock as un-obtrusive as possible without losing the features of Expose, Dashboard, Application switching or ScreenSaver Hot Corners.

    After running this script, the dock will be virtually gone. It only reappears if you hover the mouse over the top-right corner directly under the menubar. (See screenshot).

    Settings can be restored.
    Does not destroy Expose, Dashboard etc. like other applications.
    Disables bouncing Dock Icons.

  • Koku

    Koku makes managing your personal finances easy and intuitive by avoiding complexity in favor of a clean, simplified design. Effortlessly track checking, savings, and credit card accounts, and generate beautiful custom reports to analyze your spending and income. Keeping track of your personal finances has never been easier.

  • Last.fm

    Last.fm player streams music from Last.fm, based on your music profile.

    The source code is available under a GPL license.

  • Last.fm Player

    The Last.fm Player allows you to listen to the free custom radio stations based on peoples' musical profiles, and to effortlessly discover new music. It's CD-quality with no adverts or annoying DJs!

  • LaunchBar

    LaunchBar is an award winning productivity utility that offers an amazingly intuitive and efficient way to search and access any kind of information stored on your computer or on the web. It provides instant access to your applications, documents, contacts and bookmarks, to your music library, to search engines and more, just by entering short abbreviations of the searched item's name.

    You just hit Command-Space to bring LaunchBar's input window to front, enter an arbitrary abbreviation, and as soon as you start typing LaunchBar displays the best matching choices, ready to be opened immediately.

    Start applications, open documents, invoke system services, compose emails or navigate the web - LaunchBar will be your essential servant.

  • Layers

    Don't waste time capturing each window separately, importing them in your favorite PSD editor, naming the layers, positioning the images, etc.

    Do it with Layers in no time! Press the capture hotkey or customize your capture in the inspector. You'll obtain a full fledged PSD file with one layer per window, including menu and desktop icons, dock and menubar.

  • LeopardDocks

    Instantly apply a new dock, change back to your old one, or even put a dock spacer in with just the click of a button.

  • LilyPond

    From the website:

    LilyPond is an automated engraving system. It formats music beautifully and automatically, and has a friendly syntax for its input files. It is Free Software (‘open source’).

    What they don't say is that the Mac installation comes with a rather good IDE.

  • Lincity-NG

    LinCity-NG is a City Simulation Game. It is a polished and improved version of the classic LinCity game, with a new iso-3D graphics engine, and a completely redone and modern GUI.

  • LineIn

    Use LineIn to play sound coming in through a microphone or any other device plugged in to your Sound In port, just as was once available with OS 9's "Play input through output device" option

  • Liquid CD

    LiquidCD is a freeware for burning CDs and DVDs built for Mac OS X.
    But LiquidCD is more than a burning software and has useful built-in features.
    Many available localizations.

  • Little Snitch

    A firewall protects your computer against unwanted guests from the Internet. But who protects your private data from being sent out? Little Snitch does!

    Little Snitch informs you whenever a program attempts to establish an outgoing Internet connection. You can then choose to allow or deny this connection, or define a rule how to handle similar, future connection attempts. This reliably prevents private data from being sent out without your knowledge. Little Snitch runs inconspicuously in the background and it can also detect network related activity of viruses, trojans and other malware.

  • LiveScores

    LiveScores is a Mac OS X application which displays live updates of European football games. Currently, it uses the scores published on the Guardian Unlimited Football website.

  • Longhand

    A revolutionary calculator. And yet extremely easy too grasp. The way it should have been from the beginning.

  • M-Audio FireWire

    Driver for M-Audio FireWire series products.

  • MP3 Rage

    MP3 Rage is a collection of tools for MP3 enthusiasts with a Macintosh running Mac OS 9 or Mac OS X. You can edit ID3 tags, analyze MP3's and adjust their sound volume automatically to play at similar levels, export MP3 files to AIFF format for burning CD's, play MP3 files, catalog, organize, rename, find, and change thousands of MP3 files and their ID3 tags quickly and painlessly. It does all this with a clean, powerful, and easy-to-use interface.

  • Mac GNU Privacy Guard

    Mac GNU Privacy Guard (Mac GPG for short) is, after a fashion, the Mac OS X port of GnuPG, licensed under the GNU GPL. The aims of the project are to make GnuPG easy to install, develop a framework to make it easy for other developers to incorporate GnuPG functionality into their applications, write services to allow for the use of GnuPG functions in most Cocoa applications, and write a Mac GPG Keys type application so that you no longer have to go to the commandline to manage your keys. For those who don't know, GnuPG is a free OpenPGP client (PGP == Pretty Good Privacy). It can encrypt text (usually e-mail or other messages sent between people) and sign text to prove who wrote it. A further discussion of this can be found elsewhere.

  • Mac Minder

    "The premier parental control system for Mac OS X." - lets admin control which programs a user may use, and lets you control how much time per day various programs or groups of programs may run for that user.

  • MacFLAC

    MacFLAC is a graphical frontend for FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Codec), developed using Applescript Studio.

    It uses the flac binaries developed by Josh Coalson.

    MacFLAC 2.1.2 - GUI frontend app that is used to encode, decode, and generate fingerprints for FLAC

  • MacFUSE

    MacFUSE is a FUSE-Compliant File System Implementation Mechanism for Mac OS X. MacFUSE implements a mechanism that makes it possible to implement a fully functional file system in a user-space program on Mac OS X (10.4 and above). It aims to be API-compliant with the FUSE (Filesystem in USErspace) mechanism that originated on Linux. Therefore, many existing FUSE file systems become readily usable on Mac OS X. The core of MacFUSE is in a dynamically loadable kernel extension.

    How FUSE-compliant is MacFUSE? Well, enough so that many popular FUSE file systems can be easily compiled and work on Mac OS X--often out of the box. Examples of file systems that work have been tested (to varying degrees) include sshfs, ntfs-3g (read/write NTFS), ftpfs (read/write FTP), wdfs (WebDAV), cryptofs, encfs, bindfs, unionfs, beaglefs (yes, including the entire Beagle paraphernalia), and so on.

    Now the first version of NTFS wrtiteable filesystem is available: http://osx.iusethis.com/app/ntfs-3g

  • MacFusion

    MacFusion is an open source Mac application that allows you to work with files on servers across the internet, as if they were sitting on your computer. Macfusion presents a Volume in Finder, letting you use your favorite Mac applications to work with them. Macfusion works with SSH/SFTP and FTP servers.

    More generally, Macfusion is a front-end to Gogole's MacFUSE software. Macfusion provides a plugin API to enable the creation of plugins for other FUSE filesystems.

  • MacGourmet

    You organize your digital photos, you make playlists of your mp3s. Now bring your recipe organization into the 21st century with MacGourmet. Think of MacGourmet as "iTunes for Recipes". MacGourmet helps you create and edit recipes, wine notes and cooking notes, easily browse your entire collection, and build your own custom lists for categories like appetizers or desserts.

  • MacHacha

    MacHacha is a utility to split and join files using several common cross-platform formats (windozee, mac, unix), such as hjsplit, hacha, fastsplit or winsplit. Since version 1.1, also supports joining-uncompressing RAR files. NOTE: Pre-Panther users who can't run current version, can pick here a working one: http://homepage.mac.com/julifos/soft/machacha/machacha_carbon.sit

  • MacIago

    MacIago is a computer game based on the Othello board game. It is a strategic game, played with a board on which you have to enclose the opponent pieces between your own. All the enclosed pieces will be converted to your own in the eight possible directions. The player with the most pieces at the end of the game wins.

  • MacJournal

    MacJournal is the world's most popular journaling software for the Macintosh. Create a personal journal with two level security (password protection and encryption), record daily ideas, manage to do's and export them to multiple file formats, generate blogs to any of the popular blogging services or .mac account. Even record audio and podcast! MacJournal has the power and functionality to do it all.

  • MacMAME

    MacMAME is an emulator whose sole purpose is to emulate the inner workings of arcade game machines. It does this by fooling the original program code, contained in ROM chips, into thinking they are running inside the real machine when in reality they are running on your Mac.

  • MacOSaiX

    A mosaic maker for OS X

  • MacPorts

    The MacPorts Project's main goal is to provide an easy way to install various open-source software products on the Darwin OS family (OpenDarwin, Mac OS X and Darwin)

    There are currently about 6364 completed and usable ports, with more being added on a regular basis. You can track recently added ports by subscribing to the macports-changes mailing list.

  • MacPorts Notifier

    It's a notifier for macports, running in the OS X menubar.

    It works kindly like the Gmail notifier for OS X, telling you when you have outdated ports and should run an upgrade of your port system.

  • MacStumbler

    MacStumbler is used to find open wireless networks.

  • MacTeX

    A complete TeX system supporting TeX, LaTeX, AMSTeX, ConTeXt, XeTeX and many other packages.

  • MacTubes

  • MacVim

    MacVim is a port of the text editor Vim to Mac OS X that is meant to look better and integrate more seamlessly with the Mac than the existing Carbon port of Vim. It has support for:

    * Safari style tabs
    * Multiple windows: use "Application windows" Exposé and Cmd-` to switch between windows
    * Client/server (+clientserver): use the --remote switch and friends to open files; script the server with remote_send() et al.
    * GUI Dialogs: with keyboard shortcuts, no need to use the mouse anymore!
    * Toolbar
    * Font panel: access to all of your fonts, proportional fonts render with fixed advancement
    * Multibyte: with automatic font substitution for wide characters
    * Input methods: use Mac OS X input methods to input non-English languages
    * and more...

  • Machinarium

    A little robot is discarded in a scrapyard and must find his way back into the city, escape his longtime tormentors the Black Cap Brotherhood, foil their bomb plot and rescue his robotic girlfriend.

  • Macromedia Fireworks

    Fireworks 8 lets you balance maximum image quality with minimum compression size as you create, edit and optimize images for the web with precise control.

  • Mactracker

    Mactracker provides detailed information on every Apple, Motorola, PowerComputing, and UMAX Mac OS computer ever made, including items such as processor speed, memory, optical drives, graphic cards, supported Mac OS versions, and expansion options. Also included is information on Apple mice, keyboards, displays, printers, scanners, digital cameras, iPod, AirPort Base Stations, Newtons, and Mac OS versions.

  • Magnetosphere

    Here is this thing that does stuff in iTunes. There is magnetism, there is gravity, but on top of all of that, there is awesomeness. Watch as all the dots and ribbons go bouncy bouncy when you play music and trigger this mo-fo of a visualizer. This is the future of visuals. God help you if you smoke the reefer cause you can kiss your productivity goodbye.

  • Magnifique

    Magnifique is a theme manager unlike any other, lightweight, a good variety of themes to choose from, and some devoted developers to fix whatever you want as soon as possible.

    Get more themes at http://magnifique.pcwizcomputer.com/

  • MainMenu

    MainMenu is a powerful maintenance tool to keep your Mac running like new, packed in a slick and simple interface. Improve application performance, make searching faster and speed up your disk access.

    Run your Mac faster
    Clean caches to improve application performance, rebuild your Spotlight library for faster search, and repair disk permissions for faster disk access.

    Batch tasks
    Save time by grouping your common maintenance tasks into convenient batches.

    Easy to use
    MainMenu sits readily available in your system menu so you have all the functionality right at your fingertips.

    For pros only
    Clean log files, remove temporary files, flush the DNS cache, disable and enable the Dashboard, and remove corrupted preferences files.

  • MarcoPolo

    MarcoPolo uses fuzzy logic and rule-based matching to make educated guesses as to your current location, and automatically switches to the correct network location. It can match on discoverable Bluetooth devices, attached FireWire devices, assigned IP addresses, attached USB devices and visible WiFi networks, and can trigger various actions such as executing or opening a file, changing your default printer, running a shell script, or toggling your WiFi or Bluetooth.

  • MarsEdit

    Think Outside The Browser

    Browser-based interfaces are slow, clumsy, and require you to be connected to the internet just to use them. Browsers are perfect for reading web content, but not so great for creating it.

    If you're serious about your blog, you need a desktop blog editor. If you're lucky enough to have a Mac, nothing is more powerful or more elegant than MarsEdit.

  • Measuring Cup

    Measuring Cup is a recipe management program written in Cocoa, specifically for the Mac OS X operation system. I would like to think that it is the easiest to use recipe management software out there in the Mac OS X land. Think iTunes or iPhoto for recipes.

  • Media Rage

    This app is just so incredibly packed with features... It pretty much automates anything you need to do with music files.
    Renaming based on tags, retagging based on file name/directory name, tag editor, artwork browser, etc...
    From the creator:
    "Media Rage can read and write information stored in MP3, AAC/MP4, FLAC, AIFF, WAVE, BWF, and Ogg Vorbis audio files. Media Rage can assist you in cataloging, organizing, sorting, and updating thousands of audio files with ease."

  • Meditation Timer

    Meditation Timer is a timer designed for meditation practice, also can export timers to iPod or burn them to a CD. It features beautiful chimes and lot of control over when they sound.

  • Mellel

    Mellel is one of the leading word processors for Mac OS X, with a special focus on scholars, writers, technical writing and multilingual word processing

  • Melodyne Studio

    Release date: 06 October, 2006.

    The perfect tool for pitch shifting and time stretching in convincingly natural sound quality, for correcting the intonation and timing of singing, for audio quantization, producing harmonies, and remixing and restructuring the melody, tempo or timing of existing recordings.

    Features/Uses:
    - Automatic and manual editing and correction of pitch and timing of notes.
    - Restructuring of melody and phrasing.
    - Rearranging (cut/copy/paste).
    - Adapting audio tracks to different tempo.
    - Quantize to a reference track.
    - Generation of multiple parts (e.g. vocal harmonies) from one part.
    - Remote control of parameters (MIDI).
    - Import of Melodyne Sound Library.
    - Audio-to-MIDI.

  • Mendeley Desktop

    Mendeley Desktop is more than a reference manager:
    Automatic extraction of metadata and cited references from PDFs to create your own personal library database
    Full-text search, tag, share, and collaboratively manage your research papers
    Back up your research papers to Mendeley Web and manage them online
    Cite documents in Microsoft Word and automatically create bibliographies
    Discover statistics about research trends, emerging topics, papers, and authors in all academic disciplines
    Get useful statistics about your own library database
    Explore the readership of your own publications: How many readers do you have, in which disciplines and which geographic regions? coming soon
    Connect to like-minded researchers and scholars in all academic disciplines, both in science and the humanities
    Create a public profile and let others know about new publications, awards or conference travels
    Follow other researchers' profile updates

  • Menuet

    Best described as the ultimate companion to iTunes, Menuet adds important missing features and powerful additions. With Menuet installed, you'll be able to use time-saving control methods (hotkeys, menubar controls, and more), enjoy support for Last.fm (a collaborative service for music fans), a sleep timer, album art grabbing and more. Why wait for iTunes 7, 8, or 9 to enjoy these features? Download Menuet today and give it a try: you won't look back.

  • Menuless

    Menuless let\'s you individually change the ‘Presentation Mode’ of Cocoa applications (like Safari, Pages, myPhotoEdit etc.). You can apply to ’auto’hide’ the Menu and the Dock when the application is running or to completely disable the dock icon Thus you can have more space on small screens and individually reduce distractions - this helps a lot to concentrate on your work. Especially when working with a small MacBook/MacBook Air.

    Enjoy!

  • MindNode

    MindNode is a free and very easy to use mindmapping application. It was created with the user in mind and features a very simple interface for quickly creating visual appealing mind maps.

    Requires Mac OS X v. 10.5 or later.

  • Mine Game

    Mine Game is a traditional minesweeper game, but with an attractive "Aqua"-style interface.

  • Minesweeper

    It's about time. PC users have been parading around with their minesweeper games for long enough.

    It all ends now. mindquirk software presents the definitive minesweeper for any platform. Featuring customizable tilesets, customizable music tracks, saved games, and last but not least, it's good looking. That's more than anyone else can claim, we think.

  • MiniBatteryStatus

    MiniBatteryStatus is a small Dashboard widget that monitors battery status, charge percentage and remaining battery life. Integrated with Growl to alert you about any relevant power source change.

    Batteries of laptops running MBS can be remotely monitored using MiniBatteryLogger . Battery data can also be sent to a public shared battery data archive

  • Minim

    Any sort of audio production on your Mac will result in many files, recordings and ideas being scattered all over. You're having to use different applications to write down song lyrics, plan podcasts, record demos, manage collaborators and keep track of all of the files that these tasks create.
    Minim takes all of these tasks and puts them into one elegant and beautiful application that will not only make keeping track of your creativity easy, but also make it fun.

  • Miro

    Miro is a free application that turns your computer into an internet TV video player.

    The Mac version of Miro uses Quicktime 7, which is built into the operating system, to play video. In addition, it uses plugins for Quicktime to play even more video types. The Mac version can play MPEG, MP4, MOV, H264, Flash, Xvid, AVI, OGG, and more.

    Previously known as Democracy.

  • Monitor

    Tired of managing five apps/windows/tabs at the same time and of reloading all the time by hand to track your e-commerce, mail, twitter, notes, blog? So with Monitor you can do all this in one window, access it from the menubar and the site-refresh is done automatically. The segments can be customized to fit your individual needs. If needed (e.g. for Google Docs) you can use a fullscreen mode, mail attachments can be up/downloaded and mails can also be printed…

  • Monocle

    Monocle is a simple search tool that puts a universal search field at your disposal. When you want search, you can choose from a number of engines to perform the search in different places. Monocle comes preloaded with engines for Google, Wikipedia, Windows Live Search and Yahoo! Search. You can easily add your own engines by performing an example search inside a web browser window in Monocle.

  • Monolingual

    Monolingual is a program for removing unnecessary language resources from Mac OS X, in order to reclaim several hundred megabytes of disk space.

  • More Internet

    More Internet is a System Preferences pane that uses Internet Config to allow you to choose which applications are set as helpers for internet protocols (i.e. which application will be chosen to handle which URL.)

  • Mori

    For Mac users with lots to do. Mori is a digital notebook that makes it easy to record and organize your thoughts. Unlike the alternatives, Mori doesn't box you into one way of thinking. Instead, Mori's simple and flexible design puts you in charge of your information.

    Requires Mac OS X 10.4 or later.

  • Mousepose

    Mouseposé 3 is an essential tool for everyone doing presentations or demos. If turned on, it dims the screen and puts a spotlight on the area around the mouse pointer, easily guiding the audience‘s attention to an area of interest.

    Of course, there are other uses as well. If you have a large screen, it helps you quickly locate the mouse pointer when you return to your work after an interruption. Visually impaired people tell us that it helps them as well.

  • Mozilla Prism

    Prism integrates web applications with the desktop, allowing web applications to be launched from the desktop and configured independently of the default web browser.

  • MozoDojo

    MozoDojo is a mosaic builder. You give it an image and an image database (an iPhoto album, a Delicious Library shelf or a simple folder of your disk), and it tries to build a mosaic of the image by assembling tiles picked up in the image database.

  • MultiDash

    MultiDash allows you to create different Dashboard workspaces and easily switch between them. Widgets can be arranged any way that you please, and you can call your custom workspace anything you wish. And of course, MultiDash can hold an unlimited amount of workspaces.

  • Musicovery

    Musicovery is a plug-in for iTunes for listening music similar from your library. If you want to see what is it like, go to www.musicovery.com and see it yourself.

    Listen to your own music library with Musicovery for Itunes, in Beta version on Mac OS. It’s free!

  • MyMind

    MyMind is a combination of an outliner an a mind mapping application. Or a mind mapper with built-in outlining functionality.

  • Mémoires

    Mémoires is the best way to keep your journal on Mac OS X. Choose a day and write as many notes as you like. Then browse your journal by day using calendar, or search for notes using the instant-search feature.

    Mémoires has a gorgeous user interface. Even though it's a powerful application, it is very easy to use. No distractions, no complicated forms: just two buttons and one search field. Even easier than a paper journal!

    Mémoires supports AES-128 encryption, so your diaries will be safe from prying eyes.

  • NTFS-3G

    NTFS-3G for Mac OS X is a software project designed to bring NTFS read/write support to Mac OS X along with additional advanced features.

    It is based on NTFS-3G, the leading open source NTFS driver that is ported into numerous platforms, but also includes other software projects to build a complete toolset for managing NTFS volumes.

    NTFS-3G itself is included in hundreds of Linux distributions; for example Fedora, Mandriva, openSUSE and Ubuntu use NTFS-3G as the default NTFS driver. Development has been ongoing since 2006.

  • Namely

    Namely is possibly the fastest way to open applications. And unlike some other launchers, it doesn't require any learning.
    You simply activate it using your preferred keyboard shortcut, start typing part of an application's name and see a list of matches as you type. Most of the time, one or two letters are enough. In fact, Namely learns your habits and makes your most-used apps even quicker to access over time. It's basically Spotlight for applications, only much faster, and highly addictive.

  • Nativa

    Features
    * Start/stop/remove/add torrents
    * One click speed limit
    * Reveal torrent data in finder
    * Works directly with rtorrent, even over SSH
    * Groups

  • Natural Worlds

    After launching Natural Worlds, you will be immersed in:
    a bird sanctuary, a thunderstorm, a night-time forest with crickets and owls or anything else you can imagine!

    Natural Worlds also has a built-in world editor allowing you to modify or create your own unique worlds.

  • Network Stat Widget

    This widget displays the name of your current network location, your LAN- and your WAN-IP, and it can send you an e-mail when your WAN-IP changes.

    The features include:
    * display the current Location
    * change your Location right in the Widget
    * display your internal IPs, along with an Icon of the Interface
    * display your "real" Internet-IP
    * send notification emails whenever your IP changes
    * click on any desired info to copy it to your Clipboard
    * ping any desired IP
    * shows your IPv4, config-type, gateway, netmask, SSID, WLAN-channel, Proxy-settings, BSD-name, type, MAC-address and DNS servers
    * automatically updates the Info, based on your preferences; manual refresh possible
    * Three different flavours available, simply switch them via Preferences

  • NetworkLocation

    NetworkLocation adds a whole other dimension to using locations in Mac OS X. Leverage your existing network locations with powerful extras, like launching applications, or running scripts. With a single mouse click, you can set some of the most frequently changed settings you already manually set when you move your computer.

    This application has been designed from the ground up to be as versatile as possible and yet maintain the core simplicity that is a network location.

  • NiceCast

    Nicecast is the easiest way to broadcast music from OS X. Broadcast to the world, or just across your house. Nicecast can help you create your own internet radio station or allow you to listen to your iTunes Music Library from anywhere in the world!

  • NicePlayer

    NicePlayer aims to be a multi-engine player designed for playing movies nicely for a person who likes to watch or present movies on their computer (such as the casual viewer or the video artist). This program features full screen or borderless floating windows, convenient controls for scrubbing or queuing movies, and on the fly playlist creation.

  • Nicotine.app

    What is Nicotine?
    Nicotine is a SoulSeek client written in Python, based on the PySoulSeek project by Alexander Kanavin. It features, among other things, a completely rewritten graphical user interface which uses the PyGTK-2 toolkit and a less strict user request policy.

    Features
    Nicotine is a feature complete client for the SoulSeek filesharing network. You can use it to upload, download, search and chat. You can keep a "buddy" list and basically everything else a SoulSeek client is supposed to do. If you are familliar with PySoulSeek, you'll probably notice a striking resemblance in appearance. More info: Daelstorm's Nicotine Propaganda page.

  • Nocturne

    Nocturne is (yet another) simple app for switching a computer to night vision mode. It does, however, add a few things. From the creator of Quicksilver.

  • NodeBox

    NodeBox allows you to create 2-dimensional graphics and animation with Python programming code. The application targets an audience of designers, with an easy set of state commands that is both intuitive and creative, and professional integration with Adobe Illustrator and QuickTime. It is both a learning environment and an automation tool.

  • Nofelet

    Nofelet is a widget, that can reverse search german telephone numbers.

  • Noise

    Generates white or pink noise to provide a serene sonic atmosphere.

  • NotLight

    NotLight is a simple Spotlight front-end substitute; but it gives you full access to, and control over, the true power of a Spotlight search. You can use wildcards or not, specify word-based, case-insensitive, and diacritic-insensitive searches, and construct complex searches with AND, OR, and NOT. The Date Assistant lets you form date searches using Spotlight's date specifier syntax. Search queries can be saved as simple XML. Results are displayed a simple list of filenames and paths.

  • Notae

    Notae is a full-featured and lightweight notebook with instant full-text searching of notes and complete import and export functionality. It can even read your notes out to iTunes, and thus your iPod. It includes a Mac OS X Service to grab any text or file selection and keep it as a note. Its open document format (XML or SQLite) allows for other creative uses. Really, it's TextEdit on performance-enhancing code.

    You can also drag in PDF or WebArchive files and Notae will keep those, too. In fact, you can import URLs and create Web notes to keep pages around as they were, not as they are. Drag in URL clippings or URLs on the clipboard and Notae will make a Web note.

    Drag in a folder of text, PDF, Web Archive, HTML, Word, text, and/or text/URL clipping files and Notae will do the right thing with each one.

    Notae both imports and exports to plain text, MS Word, Word ML, XHTML, RTF, and RTFD.

  • Notational Velocity

    In Notational Velocity, the same area is used both for creating notes and searching. I.e., in the process of entering the title for a new note, related notes appear below, letting users file information there if they choose. Likewise, if a search reveals nothing, one need simply press return to create a note with the appropriate title.

    Its unique advantages are as follows:
    • Modeless Operation
      Searching for notes is not a separate action; rather, it is the primary interface.

    • Incremental Search
      Searching encompasses all notes' content and occurs instantly with each key pressed.

    • Transparent Encryption
      All information is compressed and encrypted (enabled optionally) before it is recorded to disk.

    • Mouseless Interaction
      Notational Velocity's window was designed for keyboard input above all else, and thus has no buttons.

    • Data Instead of Documents
      There is no manual "saving" in Notational Velocity; all modifications take effect immediately.

    • Complete External Access
      Synchronize natively with Simplenote, or via files in Dropbox with PlainText, Elements, iA Writer, and other iOS apps.
  • NoteMind

    NoteMind helps you to collect and to organize informations centrally in one single place. It learns the way you organize your documents, and automatically tries to find a matching folder for new informations. You will be able to display your collected documents as a mind map, and modify them in any way you like.

  • Notizen

    GTD to GO for Mac OS 10.3.9
    Notizen is a small and easy to use GTD-Application. Thats nothing new - of course. But Notizen runs from any Thumb-Drive (USB-Stick), any extern HD or even from a Net-Drive. So you can have all your notes and todo-lists with you. Any time and any place. Independent from Mac, Account, Rights and .Mac. You don't have to manage different list on different Macs, you can even store your notes without the privileges to install applications on your working Mac. And Notizen is the only App I know that can transfer your Notes from a Mac running Panther, a Mac running Tiger and a Mac running Leopard without installing or syncing…

  • NovoEdit

    NovoEdit is an extremely fast, plain text editor built on the latest Mac OS X technologies. It fully supports Snow Leopard and works seamlessly with the 64-bit environment. It supports all of the most popular (and less popular) file types, so no matter what you're doing, be it casually typing or coding your own applications and websites, NovoEdit will open, edit, and save your files.

    Development for NovoEdit has slowed quite a bit, so version 1.0 is still a long way out.

    Key Features

    • It's beautiful. NovoEdit has always looked great, and it's still being pushed to new levels of interface splendor.
    • It's fast. A lot of people want a text editor that will function quickly, and NovoEdit is a perfect choice for those people.
    • It supports. Don't you hate it when you have to constantly switch between editors for files even in the same project? Well, NovoEdit supports many file types in order that you can stay in the same application while editing vastly different files.
  • Numbers

    With great-looking templates, easy-to-create formulas, and dynamic tables and charts, spreadsheets suddenly make perfect sense.

  • OSXII

    OSXII, an Apple //e emulator for Mac OS X utilizing Cocoa and OpenGL. The main purpose of this emulator is to run classic games, such as Wizardry or Ultima. OSXII is freeware and in order to use the emulator, you must supply your own ROM files and disk images.

    This emulator has not been developed from scratch. It is based on previous work by David Empson, Randy Frank, Ben Koning, Doug Kwan and others. It uses and extents the functionality of a quite old emulator for Unix and X11 called YAE (Yet Another Apple Emulator).

  • Ommwriter

    A wise man once said "We are all at the mercy of our wild monkey minds. Incessantly swinging from branch to branch." With multiple windows and applications all vying for our attention, we have sadly adapted our working habits to that of the computer and not the other way around.

    Ommwriter is a humble attempt to recapture what technology has snatched away from us today: our capacity to concentrate.

    Ommwriter is a simple text processor that firmly believes in making writing a pleasure once again, reinvindicating the close relationship between writer and paper. The more intimate the relation, the smoother the flow of inspiration.

    If you are a scriptwriter, blogger, journalist, copywriter, poet or just someone who enjoys writing, welcome back to concentrating.

  • OmniDiskSweeper

    OmniDiskSweeper is a Mac OS X utility for quickly finding and deleting big, useless files and thus making space on your hard disks. OmniDiskSweeper makes this easy by highlighting the biggest files on your disks, and by noting which files are used by the system, so you don't accidentally delete important files.

  • OmniFocus

    Task management shouldn’t be your full time job. We’ve built OmniFocus to take a load off your mind by managing your tasks the way that you want, freeing you to focus your attention on the things that matter to you most. Finish that novel. Spend more time with your friends and family. Grow your business. Let us worry about keeping your goals and tasks, both personal and professional, in one ordered, easy to access system that you can depend on.

  • OmniGraffle

    OmniGraffle helps you draw beautiful diagrams, family trees, flow charts, org charts, layouts, and (mathematically speaking) any other directed or non-directed graphs. We've had people use Graffle to plan plotlines for a story, make an overview of an operating system, show the evolution of computers, and even show how diseases can spread in a closed population. If you want to organize your thoughts, your projects, or even your friends graphically using boxes and lines, OmniGraffle is your tool.

  • OmniGraffle Professional

    OmniGraffle Pro helps you draw beautiful diagrams, family trees, flow charts, org charts, layouts, and (mathematically speaking) any other directed or non-directed graphs. We've had people use Graffle to plan plotlines for a story, make an overview of an operating system, show the evolution of computers, and even show how diseases can spread in a closed population. If you want to organize your thoughts, your projects, or even your friends graphically using boxes and lines, OmniGraffle is your tool.

    OmiGraffle Professional has all of the great features in 3.0, plus a powerful toolset for advanced document creation and editing options. For the pro user who's looking for an in-depth diagramming application that's still priced below the competition, you've come to the right place.

  • OmniOutliner

    Welcome to OmniOutliner 3, an amazingly flexible program for creating, collecting, and organizing information. Give your creativity a kick start by using an application that's actually designed to help you think. It's like having an extra brain - one that doesn't keep losing the car keys.

    You can use OmniOutliner's document structure to create hierarchies of main headings and subpoints that can be expanded and collapsed, which are immensely useful when it comes to brainstorming new ideas, drilling out specifics, and lining up steps needed to get everything done. But you aren't limited to outlines - you've got multiple columns, smart checkboxes, customizable popup lists, and an über-innovative styles system at your disposal.

    Use OmniOutliner to draft to-do lists, create agendas, manage tasks, track expenses, take notes, plan events, write screenplays...and just about anything else you can think of.

    It's a smarter way to write, a more productive way to stay organized. Whatever your project, OmniOutliner has the tools you need to get the job done.

  • On The Job

    A spectacularly refined timeclock app, with a beautiful Applesque interface and a simple yet powerful featureset.

  • OnyX

    OnyX allows you to verify the Startup Disk and the structure of its System files, to run misc tasks of system maintenance, to configure some hidden parameters of the Finder, Dock, Dashboard, Exposé, Safari, Login window and of some of Apple's own applications, to delete caches, to remove a certain number of files and folders that may become cumbersome and more.

  • OpaqueMenuBar

    This little utility makes your menu bar in Leopard opaque, so that you can not see your desktop background image through it.

  • OpenOffice

    OpenOffice.org is a multiplatform and multilingual office suite and an open-source project. Compatible with all other major office suites, the product is free to download, use, and distribute.

  • OpenTTD

    OpenTTD is a clone of the Microprose game "Transport Tycoon Deluxe", a popular game originally written by Chris Sawyer. It attempts to mimic the original game as closely as possible while extending it with new features.

  • Opera

    Opera makes it quick and simple to find the information you want. With features like tabs, popup blocking, an integrated search field, and the ability to remember the sites your visited in a previous session, you control your browsing experience. Opera blocks viruses, spyware, and phishing web sites, too. All while being shockingly fast!

  • Operation

    Welcome to Operation, the all-new, easy-to-use, and fun project management application for your personal or small business use.

    Main Features

    Operation features a very easy-to-use one-window user interface. You can switch between a table view and an amazing new graphical view.

    Create projects and tasks easily and quickly. Choose the start and finish dates for your tasks, assign team members to your tasks, and organize tasks according to milestones.

    Add and manage your project milestones with ease.

    Manage your project team members. Add people or companies.

    Attach the project web site and view it within the application.

    Attachments: Add any file to your task, whether it is a picture, movie, or document.

  • OurTunes

    This program allows you to download music that people are sharing through iTunes.

  • Overflow

    When the Dock is just too small, or not quite the right place to store less frequently used applications or documents, Overflow is the solution. Quickly launch applications you need to use on a semi-regular basis without wasting valuable space in the Dock

  • PDFpen

    Add text, images and signatures. Fill out PDF forms. Merge or split PDF documents. Reorder and delete pages. Even correct text and edit graphics!

    Features:

    • Replace text in original PDF with editable text blocks
    • Move, resize, copy and delete images in original PDF
    • Overlay text and images onto PDF (for example, sign purchase orders by applying signature image)
    • Perform Optical Character Recognition (OCR) on scanned documents
    • Insert and remove pages; re-order pages in a PDF by drag & drop
    • Copy and paste rich text; retain fonts and formatting when copying from PDFs
    • Select and copy text across multiple columns
    • Fill out and save PDF forms
    • Add (and print) notes and comments
    • Markup documents with highlighting, underscoring and strike-through
    • Save frequently-used images, signatures, objects and text in the Library
    • Use with PageSender for a complete fax turn-around solution
    • Automate PDF manipulations with AppleScript
    • Available in English, Japanese, and German, with French and Italian coming soon!
  • PEMDAS

    PEMDAS is a Cocoa-based calculator which lets you work with equations and variables.

    Also make sure to check out the PEMDAS Dashboard Widget, which is similar but not as powerful as the app.

  • PNGCrushrrr

    Drag your PNGs onto PNGCrushrrr and get super-optimized files ready to be emailed or posted on the web! Supports one or more files being dropped and instead of overwriting your original files, PNGCrushrrr outputs .crushed.png files for comparison.

    PNGCrushrrr works best on 24-bit PNGs, especially those saved from Apple's Preview.

  • Pac the Man X

    Pac-Man and Ms. Pac-Man are back.

  • Pacifist

    Pacifist 2.5.2 is a shareware application that opens Mac OS X .pkg package files, .dmg disk images, and .zip, .tar, .tar.gz, .tar.bz2, and .xar file archives and allows you to extract individual files and folders out of them. This is useful, for instance, if an application which is installed by the operating system becomes damaged and needs to be reinstalled without the hassle of reinstalling all of Mac OS X. Pacifist is also able to verify existing installations and find missing or altered files*, and Pacifist can also examine the kernel extensions installed in your system to let you see what installer installed them, and whether the installer was made by Apple or a third-party.

  • Pages

    Apple's word processing/page layout software. Easy to use and relatively inexpensive (includes the excellent "Keynote" program in the price). Might not replace Word or InDesign but is terrific for making academic posters for conferences.

  • Paparazzi!

    Paparazzi! is a small utility for Mac OS X that makes screenshots of webpages. This very simple tool takes screenshots of websites which do not fit on one screen. You specify the desired width, minimal height and the URL. The program displays a preview and you can save the screenshot to PNG, JPEG, TIFF, or PDF.

    It's written in Objective-C using the Cocoa API and the WebKit framework... It was inspired by webkit2png which is a commandline tool written by Paul Hammond in pyObjC, so all intellectual credit for the basic functionality goes to him ;)

  • Paperless

    Formerly ReceiptWallet, the newly-rebranded Paperless allows you to scan in and manage your receipts and documents. When you scan in each receipt or document, you enter a few pieces of information about it and then you can quickly and easily locate your receipts and documents. With Paperless, you can view the receipts right on the screen, print them, email them, or save them as PDFs. In addition to the powerful search built into Paperless, you can organize your receipts and documents into collections. These collections can contain whatever you want and even better than that is the ability to create smart collections that automatically create collections based on whatever criteria you like.

  • Papers

    Papers bundles all the great technologies that come with MacOSX Tiger to give you a complete new workflow for reading scientific articles. You find, download, archive, and organize all your articles within a single application. But that is just the start, using spotlight you instantly find back the paper you are looking for. Read it fullscreen, add your notes, send a copy to a colleague... These are just a few of the many features that after using them yourself you will never want to give up again...

    Student Discount of 40%

  • Parallels Explorer

    Just need that one document? Where did that pdf go? Thanks to Parallels Explorer, now you can access your Windows files and folders directly from your Mac desktop, without even launching Windows. With a deeper integration between Mac OS X and Windows, Parallels Desktop 3.0 makes it even easier to run Windows on your Mac.
    With Parallels Desktop 3.0’s Explorer, you can:

    *

    Updated! Access your Windows files and folders directly from your Mac desktop, even if your VM is shut down or suspended
    *

    Maintain access to key Windows documents, even if Windows crashes
    *

    Drag-and-drop files and folders between Windows and Mac OS X
    *

    Save time with direct access to all of your critical files, without waiting for your virtual machine to start and Windows to boot
    *

    Create and delete Windows files "on the fly"
    *

    New! Access Windows files, regardless of their language extension thanks to new Unicode support
    *

    Troubleshoot your Windows system for tricky file errors and deleted folders
    * ...all without even launching Windows.

    Enjoy two operating systems while managing only one desktop. Parallels Explorer eliminates your having to wait for your virtual machine to start and Windows to boot just to access your key Windows files, folders, and documents. Running Windows and Mac OS X has never been easier!

  • PerianAddFile

    PerianAddFile is a simple AppleScript Application that patches QuickTime Player's Info.plist file to handle Perian filetypes, also with correct icons.

  • Photo Booth

    Photo Booth allows you to take images of yourself and friends using the built in iSight camera on your Mac, and changes the images with effects. This comes on all Macs with iSights.

  • PhotoPresenter

    Present quickly and easily all your pictures and movies with PhotoPresenter. Choose your preferred slideshow style among several amazing themes and view any image and movie — either from both your iPhoto and Aperture libraries or from anywhere else, such as from a CD.

    Have you ever been upset by the fact that movies you capture with your digital camera just can't be viewed as easily as still pictures? Or just looking for a simple software with which you can view the pictures you stored on a CD — of course without having to first copy the content on your local drive?

    PhotoPresenter is just what you need! It combines a real ease of use with gorgeous looking slideshows, and let you go straight to what you want: to amaze your friends with what you capture with your digital camera!

  • Photon

    Designed for both professional photographers and advanced photography enthusiasts, Photon is a high-performance digital photo workflow application that makes it easy to review and organize large numbers of photos.

    Photon focuses on the front-end of the photo workflow process: ingest, review, and culling. Unlike other photo management applications that often require lengthy import steps before reviewing and organizing photos, Photon's intelligent on-demand caching engine makes full resolution views of your digital photos available within seconds.

    Additionally, Photon's innovative "stacking" feature streamlines the process of organizing large batches of images by making it easy to quickly shuffle photos into separate stacks using a single keystroke.

  • Pianochords

    Pianochords [is a Dashboard widget which] shows and plays all the musical chords you can think of. Just press a key on the keyboard to set the root of the chord and click the display to select the derived chord. It's as simple as that!

  • Picasa Web Albums Uploader

    Use your Mac to upload photos!

    Now there's two ways to upload your photos to Picasa Web Albums -- from directly within iPhoto or using drag-and-drop from a standalone application.

    For iPhoto users
    The Picasa Web Albums Exporter lives right inside iPhoto. Select photos, choose Export in the File or Share menu, and upload them directly to your web album.

    For a standalone application
    Use the Picasa Web Albums uploader -- just drag photos from the Finder and click the Upload button.

  • Picturesque

    Picturesque is an application designed to make images look gorgeous for the web.

    With an animated "drag and drop" style interface, Picturesque makes images gorgeous with tasteful effects like 3D perspective, reflection, glow, shadow, curve, and stroke in less time than it takes to open Photoshop.

    Picturesque can also beautify images in batch, and with the ability to resize and apply effects on a whole folder of images, Picturesque is an an easy way to make sophisticated thumbnails and refined full sized images.

    Picturesque is the final touch to make your images perfect.

  • Pipette

    Pipette is a handy utility for digital artists and web designers. It allows you to quickly and easily grab the colour of any pixel on the screen and copy it in hex format, as used in CSS files, or in most paint programs, such as Adobe Photoshop.

    Pipette is a very easy to use, lightweight application - in keeping with Unix philosophy it does one thing and does it well.

  • Pixadex

    iPhoto for your icon collection, import and export in many differnt formats. Easily change any icon in the finder with drag and drop. Works together with CandyBar to change your system icons.

  • PixelStick

    PhotoShop has distance, angle and color tools but they only work in PhotoShop. PixelStick works in any app and anywhere on screen anytime and costs a hundred times less. Excellent for designers or anyone who wants to measure a distance on their screen in any window or application.

    PixelStick is a measuring tool you can pinch and stretch to measure anything on your screen. Use the eyedropper to copy colors in 4 formats (CSS, RGB, RGB hex, HTML) to the clipboard for use in any app.

    Its like an onscreen virtual ruler that you can use vertically, horizontally and at any angle to measure distances, angles and much more just by dragging.

    Supports the scaling in Google Maps, Yahoo Maps, and Photoshop. Also has Customized (user settable) scaling options.

    Most of what PixelStick does is obvious. Drag the endpoints to change the measurement. Click the locks to constrain the movement. Launch it, play around, no more limitations to just one app in measuring distance, angle and color.

    PixelStick is a measuring tool you can pinch and stretch to measure anything on your screen.

    Use

    PixelStick is totally intuitive and works exactly like what you would hope for. PixelStick sits in the frontmost position on the screen. Drag the endpoints to change the measurement. Click the locks to constrain the movement. Drag to change the angle. See the changes and info in the small on screen info panel.

    Coordinate System

    PixelStick uses a Cartesian coordinate system like the OS X coordinate system. This means that the origin (pixel 0,0) is at the lower left corner of the screen. However, OS X deals mainly in points, whereas PixelStick is all about pixels. A point has no width and resides between pixels.

    Distances

    PixelStick reports both pixel distance and pixel difference.

    The pixel distance includes the width of the PixelStick endpoints. This is so that the actual size of the item being measured is reported. The pixel difference merely subtracts the coordinates.

  • Plainstat

    Plainstat is a free and simple statistical application for Mac.

    Plainstat is suitable for analyzing small to medium dataset. You can use Plainstat to do your homework or to analyze your company data.

  • Play

    Play is an application for playing and managing audio files.

    Play currently supports playback of FLAC, Ogg Vorbis, Musepack, WavPack, Monkey's Audio, AAC, Apple Lossless, MP3 and various other audio file formats.

    For lossless formats such as FLAC and WavPack, and for Ogg Vorbis and specially-tagged MP3 files, Play supports gapless playback allowing sample-accurate audio reproduction.

    Play's powerful searching and organizational features make finding music a snap! Play's integrated browser allows you to easily locate tracks in your library grouped by artist, album, composer, or genre, while smart playlists create unlimited ways to combine your music.

    Need to make changes to your audio files' metadata? No problem! Play has a powerful integrated metadata editor that allows multiple files to be edited at once, even if the files are in different formats.

    Never touch your volume control again! Play supports replay gain, allowing files to play at a constant volume despite inherent differences in their loudness.

    Play is integrated with the official Last.fm client, so you can share your listening habits with everyone. Consider joining the Play Users group!

    Play is free software released under the GNU General Public License (GPL).

  • Plex Media Center

    Plex bridges the gap between your Mac and your home theater, doing so with a visually appealing user interface that provides instant access to your media. Plex can play a wide range of video, audio and photo formats as well as online streaming audio and video. The real power of Plex is found in its library features: Organize your media into versatile libraries, automatically retrieve metadata from the Internet, and display your libraries using one of the visually stunning skins.

  • Pluggo Junior

    Pluggo is available for Mac OS X and Windows XP. Choose the version that is right for you and your system. Pluggo operates in a demo mode with periodically interrupted audio output until you purchase and authorize it. Pluggo Junior is a set of free plug-ins from the Pluggo collection. Please read the system requirements before downloading and the important installation notes.

  • Poladroid

    This version is BETA but really works. New features will be progressively append. English & French versions.

  • Portal

    Set in the mysterious Aperture Science Laboratories, Portal has been called one of the most innovative new games on the horizon and will offer gamers hours of unique gameplay.

    The game is designed to change the way players approach, manipulate, and surmise the possibilities in a given environment; similar to how Half-Life® 2's Gravity Gun innovated new ways to leverage an object in any given situation.

    Players must solve physical puzzles and challenges by opening portals to maneuvering objects, and themselves, through space.

  • PresentYourApps

    PresentYourApps lets you easily remove or hide the Dock and menubar when launching selected applications. It does that by changing just one tiny line in any application’s package, taking advantage of a functionality built-into Mac OS X. PresentYourApps just gives
    you an easy way to do it.

    PresentYourApps is freeware, but donations are greatly appreciated.

  • Project Calculator

    Project Calculator is a very easy to use tool that helps you tracking the time you work on your projects. It is meant for small projects which don't need a fully featured project management system. You can manage several projects at the same time.
    You can start a timer when you begin working on a project, pause timers and stop them when finished. All timer data can be edited any time.
    The software also features filters, reminders using Growl, tagging of timers, flat fee entries and export to different formats (such as PDF, CSV or text). Upgrades from version 2 are available for $9.99.

  • Properly Cut MP3

    Perfectly cuts mp3 files using cuesheets. Uses the LAME tag to ensure gapless playback in programs like foobar2000.

    Command line only.

  • Protégé

    Protégé is a free, open source ontology editor and knowledge-base framework.

    The Protégé platform supports two main ways of modeling ontologies via the Protégé-Frames and Protégé-OWL editors. Protégé ontologies can be exported into a variety of formats including RDF, OWL, and XML Schema.

    Protégé is supported by a strong community of developers and academic, government and corporate users, who are using Protégé for knowledge solutions in areas as diverse as biomedicine, intelligence gathering, and corporate modeling.

  • Pukka

    Simple. Delicious. Fire Pukka up and within seconds you can easily post to one or more accounts. And Pukka features superfast built-in search.

    Pukka also comes with its own bookmarklet for super fast posting, or you can drag a URL from any browser, open a URL shortcut file on the desktop, or drag a URL right onto the dock icon. You can even set Pukka as your external weblog client in NetNewsWire, NewsFire, and Vienna.

  • PulpMotion

    Simply drag and drop your preferred photos or movies, then add your own music, apply a visual theme from the PulpMotion theme menu… and you’re done!

    From stately to funky, from captivating to comical…and the chance to become famous!
    PulpMotion’s got a full menu of visual themes that incorporate your media into clever animations that will wow your friends and family, impress your clients and colleagues. You can even create your own fake newscast like Jon Stewart or Stephen Colber!

    It’s nice to share…and it’s easy, too!

    PulpMotion provides a simple menu that allows you to share your genius quickly and easily:

    • Send video postcards by email
    • Create screensavers with your medias
    • Podcast your video animation using Garageband
    • Put your animation onto an iPod
    • Publish your animation to a webpage using iWeb

    PulpMotion relies on the newest graphics technology introduced in Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger).

    You’ll need this version of the system to use PulpMotion, as well as a graphics card supporting Quartz Extreme (most Macs have this!)

    PulpMotion .... Get animated!

  • Punakea

    Punakea is a little app trying to help you cope with the day-to-day struggle of managing your files. Designed to complement Spotlight, it allows you to tag your files and bookmarks, freeing you of the strict hierarchy of the Finder's folder structure.
    A "tag" is like a keyword. Tags can help you to group files which have something in common. You can assign as many tags as you wish to each file.

    With its sidebar, it's always accessible with just a flick of the mouse, just drag and drop without any hassle. The tag cloud gives you a perfect view of all your tags.

  • Purity

    Purity is a small and lightweight application designed to clean up your computer.

    Purity has been trained over the years to hone in on all kinds of files and caches that collect and start eating your harddrive space over time. Simply check off anything you'd like cleaned, and your Mac will thank you.

    Being native Mac code, Purity is lightning fast and ultra lightweight. Purity starts up faster, cleans faster, and runs faster than all the other.

  • Pzizz

    pzizz! help you to feel better, work harder and play longer.
    pzizz combines music to soothe you, voice to inspire you and a binaural beat to help take you deep into a deeply relaxed and blissful state.

    The export feature means you can use pzizz anywhere you like. (iPod / MP3 / CD / Cell Phone)

    You can select the exact length of program and customize it to suit you. pzizz will then generate a unique soundtrack for you - every single time you press "play" or "export".

    The clever little algorithm can create more than 100 billion combinations of soundtrack - so you'll never hear the same thing twice!

    Listen at your computer, export to MP3 player or burn to CD. It's your choice how and where you use pzizz to get more out of each day!

  • QLColorCode

    Quick Look is great, but who wants to look at their code in black & white? QLColorCode is a syntax highlighting Quick Look plugin for source code files. Just download and drop the plugin into your ~/Library/QuickLook folder and enjoy a much nicer Quick Look experience.

  • QLab

    QLab makes it simple to create rich multimedia timelines for live performances and installations. From Broadway to Britain's West End, from Denver to Denmark, QLab is the tool of choice for many of the world's most prominent designers.

  • QRecall

    Backup and document archiving.

  • Qnext

    "Qnext is the easiest way to share all of your music, photos, and files with anyone, instantly. You can also use it to talk to IM and Email contacts from a single list.

    And now you can talk and share with anyone, even if they don't have Qnext."

    As of version 3.0, Qnext is free/ad-supported. They also have a Mac client now, even if it is a little clunky...

  • Quick Tag

    * Tag songs in iTunes for easy organization and better smart playlists!
    * Launch Quick Tag with a user definable global hot key
    * Existing tags are auto-suggested when entering a song’s tags
    * Existing tags can be read from iTunes for auto-suggestions
    * Tags are saved to either the ‘grouping’ or ‘comment’ field in iTunes
    * Configure how your tags are stored internally in iTunes
    * Support for existing internal tag formats
    * Optionally, starts playing a specified playlist in iTunes upon activation
    * Multi-word tags are supported
    * Displays information about the song you are currently tagging
    * Lightweight and easy to use

  • QuickPwn

    iPhone jailbreaking tool

  • QuickTime Player 7

    Like to take a magic carpet ride?

    Just launch QuickTime Player, and there’s no telling where you’re likely to land. The Player may whisk you to the Moon or perhaps to an exotic location on this planet. Take you on a virtual field trip to the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. Or treat you to the latest news, movie trailers, music videos, HBO series or PBS specials.

  • QuickTime Pro

    QuickTime 7 Pro is everything that Apple's backbone media engine is, with features unlocked. Record audio, capture video, convert file formats, and save some web delivered content.

  • Quickscale

    Quickscale is designed to let you scale a large of of pictures to a desired size and format. Now, why would you want to do that? For example, if you wish to share your holiday photo's with family and friends, you can either send them by e-mail or put them somewhere on a website. The problem is that these pictures are usually far to large, have immense resolutions, and take far to long to send.
    Meet Quickscale: select the images, choose a desired resolution, and Quickscale scales them down for you.

  • Quicksilver

    Quicksilver is a unified, extensible interface for working with applications, contacts, music, and other data.
    Anyone using a computer (and the Macintosh is no exception) spends a lot of time locating files and applications, and then carrying out actions on those items. The Finder is a reasonably good tool for getting a visual overview of the contents of your disk, but it isn't ideal for quickly locating and manipulating files, especially if you have a deep and complicated folder structure, or if you prefer keyboard navigation to using the mouse.

    Quicksilver allows you to find what you need quickly and easily, while keeping your hands on the keyboard. For example, if you want to launch an application hidden in the depths of your file system, simply activate Quicksilver with a keystroke, type a few letters of the application's name, then hit Return or Enter to launch it. When you don't need Quicksilver, it keeps out of your way, preserving precious screen real estate, and yet you can summon it instantly with a key stroke - just like Mercury the winged messenger. Actually, Roman mythological texts are remarkably silent on whether Mercury could be summoned with a key stroke, but it would have been great if he could. Quicksilver will certainly make you feel as if you have god-like powers.

  • Quiet Read

    Sometimes, when I am browsing the web, I want to store a link for later. There are note taking applications and everything-buckets to do that, but I wanted something light and simple. Simple as dragging a link onto a menu bar item to store it.

  • Quinn

    Quinn is an arcade-style tetromino puzzle game written and designed specifically for Mac OS X. It features a clean, elegant user interface, beautiful graphics, and smooth, subtle animations for fluid gameplay. Instead of reinventing the game with yet another variation of the rules, the goal of Quinn is to combine the simplicity of the original idea with the genuine Mac experience for perfect user enjoyment. There’s everything you might expect—including a two-player mode, network play with Bonjour support, an online server list and highscore database, and five different multiplayer rules.

  • R-Name

    Simply the best, fastest, and easiest bulk file re-namer ever. Lots of functions, really fast and accurate, previews before renaming, free!

  • Racer

    Racer is a free cross-platform car simulation project (for non-commercial use), using professional car physics to achieve a realistic feeling and an excellent render engine for graphical realism. Cars, tracks and such can be created relatively easy (compared to other, more closed, driving simulations). The 3D, physics and other file formats are documented. Editors and support programs are also available to get a very customizable and expandable simulator. OpenGL is used for rendering.

  • RapidWeaver

    RapidWeaver is an easy to use and very powerful website building application allowing anyone to create and publish professional looking websites in minutes. No knowledge of complex html is required, RapidWeaver takes care of all that for you.

  • ReadAir

    ReadAir is an OSX Themed Desktop Client for Mac or Windows. Built with Adobe Air.

    Features

    * NEW (Version 0.11) J/K Shortcuts
    * NEW (Version 0.11) User preferences (Mac/PC)
    * Mac themed scrollbars and form elements
    * Full synchronization with Google Reader Account
    * Add/Remove/Manage tags
    * Subscribe/Unsubscribe from feeds
    * Search your feeds
    * Resizable viewing pane
    * Auto software update
    * Auto login

  • Reader Notifier

    A menu bar notifier for new Google Reader items, with many useful advanced features.

  • Realpolitik

    Realpolitik is a viewer and adjudicator for the board game Diplomacy.

  • Recherche

    Browser meets Word-Processor meets Library…

    Recherche is a all-in-one tool for researcher (journalist, writer, student, author, …) that is very easy to use, secure and fast. Your data is secure encrypted, you can password-protect it and if needed you can store and run it from a thumb-drive (which can be protected with True Crypt for example).

    · enhanced WebKit (its fast - very fast)
    · Word \ Character Count
    · Export and print your researches
    · AutoSave - so you won’t loose your data
    · apply Bookmarks and Notes to each Project
    · Fullscreen
    · Boilerplates for recurring Tasks
    …

    I’ve also changed the behavior of the demo version - now your data will be stored permanent - but you can only manage three projects with unlimited notes, bookmarks, text etc…

    Recherche is also available as Portable Application - so you can have your data always with you, on a Thumb-Drive, on your Time Capsule or NAS if you need to access it with different Macs et cetera…

    My goal was to create a simple, clean application, that works "out of the box" – without the need for a manual. So I really hope you can start working with Recherche without reading the manual :-)

    Feedback is very welcome!
    I hope you will enjoy Recherche, Michael.

  • Remember

    We don't believe in clunky applications where task management itself becomes a task. Remember is a simple list of tasks, always available at your fingertips.

    In its most basic form, Remember is a simple list of tasks. If you need more than that, you can add folders to arrange things in a way that makes more sense.

    There may be times when you’re working on a specific project and don’t need to see the other stuff. Use the Focus pop-up menu or click the arrow button next to a folder in the list. The task list changes to display just things inside this chosen folder.

    In addition to using Remember in a standalone window, you can attach it to an item in the menu bar. In this mode, you can also click and hold the menu bar icon, and drag the cursor over the list. Items are highlighted and you can choose one to quickly toggle its completed state.

  • Remote Buddy

    Remote Buddy allows you to remotely control anything on your Mac with your iPhone, iPod Touch, Apple Remote or Wii Remote. Key features:

    • iPhone and iPod Touch remote control and remote media access support
    • Support for many EyeTV remotes
    • Switch AirTunes / AirPort Express speakers
    • Control your entire with your remote control
    • Virtual on screen keyboard and mouse. Virtual remote control emulating an Apple® Remote.
    • Support for over 100+ apps and system functions already included
    • Smart, dynamic and configurable menu
    • 30 day, feature-unlimited trial version
    • Built-in developer tools
  • Renamer4Mac

    Renamer4Mac makes it really easy to rename a big number of files according to a preset pattern. It lets you rename your files in many different ways.

  • ResKnife

    ResKnife is a resource editor for the Macintosh. It sup­ports resource files in any named fork (data, resource or one of your choosing), runs natively on Mac OS X, as well as classic Mac OS, and allows editing the data fork using any of its editors.

    Furthermore, you can export resource data, and it sup­ports third‐party plug‐in editors.

  • ResizeIt

    ResizeIt allows you to change the size of multiple images simultaneously. It can also convert file formats at the same time.

  • Reveal

    Reveal is an easy to use, cross platform EXIF and IPTC metadata viewer with limited editing capabilities. Reveal was designed to present as many details about how a photo was taken in a clear and easy to understand format.

  • Revolver Office

    Organizer und Faktura in einer Software
    Mit Revolver sind Ihre Projekte nicht mehr auf fünf Programme verteilt.

    Bis zu 100 Benutzer im Netzwerk
    Perfektes Teamplay, auch in gemischten Netzen und via Internet.

    Umfassendes Sicherheits-
    Konzept
    Alle Daten sind in der Revolver Datenbank sicher aufgehoben.

    An Ihre Firma anpassbar: Design-Modus
    Sie können alle Formulare so gestalten, wie Sie es brauchen.

  • RipIt

    RipIt handles ARccOS and RipGuard encoded discs with ease, making it easy to backup your entire collection.

    We'd like report that RipIt has just been verified to work with it's 55,000th unique disc! If you put that against the failures that have been reported, our success rate is an unbelievable 99.9996%!

  • Risk Engine

    Risk Engine links into iWork Numbers and Microsoft Excel 2008 spreadsheet models to allow you to run detailed Monte Carlo analyses with multiple inputs and outputs. The input values for the Monte-Carlo simulation can be directly modified by the user within the spreadsheet interface to allow for maximum flexibility within the simulation.

  • RobotProg

    With RobotProg you can learn programming by means of gradual levels.

    Program a virtual robot with a flowchart : first you draw the flowchart, then you run the program and watch the robot executing your program. At the last level, you may program several robots playing games on the same ground.

    RobotProg includes a documentation for using the application and programming. A tutorial is also available on this website.

  • Rucksack

    Who says working with archives needs to be complicated? Rucksack makes opening, creating and converting archives easy as pie.

    Smart drag and drop:
    With Rucksack you don't need to worry about archive formats. Simply drag and drop your files onto Rucksack and let it handle the hard work for you.

    Keep it secret, keep it safe:
    With Rucksack you can protect your sensitive files by packing them in encrypted, password-protected archives.

    Split and combine:
    You have a file too large to fit onto one disk or to send in one email? With Rucksack you can conveniently split and combine files to suit your needs.

    Supported file formats:
    Rucksack can open all popular archive formats, including RAR, 7zip, StuffIt (sit, sea file extensions), Gzip, Bzip2, Tar, Apple Disk Images (DMGs), and of course Zip.

  • Rulers

    omnidea Rulers allows to create on whole screen area a set of rulers, like most common graphic editors allows on their working areas only.

    Using the guide lines enables to measure and position objects with precision and it's incredibly useful in many fields, such as computer graphics, desktop publishing and web design.

    Rulers can also be used to select a screen area and take a screenshot that is automatically saved to desktop or copied to system clipboard.

  • SIMBL

    SIMBL (Smart InputManager Bundle Loader) allows you to build hacks for Cocoa applications and apply the code selectively based on an application's unique identifier.

  • Safari

    Before Safari, browsers were an afterthought. Something you put up with if you wanted to surf the internet. One browser looked and felt just like another, so you chose the one that worked the best and crashed the least. They were ugly, cluttered affairs, whose interfaces competed for your attention and made browsing — the very purpose for which they were created — more difficult. Safari changes all that.

    Safari is designed to emphasize the browsing, not the browser. The browser frame is a single pixel wide. You see a scroll bar only when needed. By default, there’s no status bar. Instead, a progress gear turns as your page loads. And if you so choose, you can hide almost the entire interface, removing virtually every distraction from the browser window. A great browser should get out of your way and let you simply enjoy the web. Safari does just that. And it does it regardless of platform.

    The first browser to deliver the “real” internet to a mobile device, Safari renders pages on iPhone and iPod touch just as you see them on your computer. But this is more than just a scaled down mobile-version of the original. It takes advantage of the technologies built into these multi-touch devices. The page shifts and reformats to fill the window when you turn it on its side. You zoom in just by pinching and extending your fingers. Of course, no matter how you access it, Safari is always blazing fast and easy-to-use.

  • SafariStand

    safari extension that enables site-specific modification, bookmark & history searching, tab thumbnails & LOTS more

  • Saft

    Saft is a Safari plugin to add features like draggable tabs, full-screen browsing, searchable bookmarks and history, URL shortcuts, kiosk mode and more.

  • Sage

    Sage (Software for Algebra and Geometry Experimentation) is an open source computer algebra system comparable to Mathematica and Maple. Use SAGE for studying a huge range of mathematics, including algebra, calculus, elementary to very advanced number theory, cryptography, numerical computation, commutative algebra, group theory, combinatorics, graph theory, and exact linear algebra.

  • Sandvox

    Sandvox is the fastest, easiest, and most fun way to create a great-looking website in no time at all. Use Sandvox's drag and drop interface to quickly add content to your site and watch your site grow as you go. When you're done, you can effortlessly upload your site to the server of your choice with no hassle at all. With Sandvox, you can easily keep in touch with friends and family or customers and clients and give yourself a professional internet presence while doing so.

    Sandvox's key features include:
    • Live, rich text editing - no "preview" necessary
    • Drag-and-drop website assembly
    • Fifty stylish designs, many with customizable banners
    • Innovative Pagelets that allow micro-content on your pages
    • Ability to publish weblogs, podcasts, and photocasts on any provider or on your own Mac
    All licensed users of Sandvox get to use these "pro" level features:
    • advanced HTML editing
    • Google Webmaster tools
    • a Code Injection panel for custom HTML/JavaScript/PHP
  • Sauerbraten

    An open source single or multiplayer first-person-shooter with some great default maps with extra maps and mods available.

    (A followup to the open source FPS Cube)

  • Scalare

    Scalare is a Twitter client built as minimal and unintrusive as possible. It shows your friend's tweets as Growl notifications.

  • Schnippselchen

    Store and manage often used code snippets.
    Schnippselchen supports syntax highlighting for many languages and you can add your own definitions. Because Schnippselchen is a portable application you can run it from every thumbdrive, every extern harddisk and even from a netdrive or your iDisk, so you have got access to your code independent from your own Mac. Schnippselchen is freeware.

    You can choose between a normal and a portable Version and there is also a version for Tiger available…

  • Schoolhouse

    Schoohouse is designed for students who need an easy, quick and powerful way to manage what they need to work on.

    Great features like automatic grade calculation, smart criteria and file attachments make organizing your tasks simple.

    Schoolhouse 3 builds on this by adding better customization, support for in-app websites, MobileMe syncing and more.

  • Schreiben

    Please notice!

    This is the last bug fix and compatibility update for this almost seven years old application. I have created and written a completely new application: myWritings.

    About Schreiben/myWritings | The Why | Crossgrade | Free License

    If you already own Schreiben, you can crossgrade for a reduced price and if you've purchased Schreiben after 07/30/2009 - you are eligible for a free license.

  • ScreenFlow

    With ScreenFlow screencasting software, you can capture the contents of your entire desktop at the same time as your video camera, microphone and computer's audio. Sophisticated editing tools allow you to create incredible screencasts in no time.The finished result is a QuickTime or Windows Media movie, ready for publishing to your website or blog.

    Feature Highlights

    • Record from desktop, a video camera, microphone & computer's audio all at the same time
    • Highlight using 'Callouts'
    • Elegant titling effects
    • Powerful editing tools
    • Highest quality exporting
    • Customize your cursor
    • Picture-in-Picture
    • Position video in 3D
    • And much more...
  • ScreenSteps

    Not just another screen capture application. ScreenSteps helps you answer questions by automatically creating image-based documents as you capture screenshots.

    Using the integrated authoring tools you can quickly annotate images and add text. When you are finished you can export to HTML, PDF, Word (DOCX), WordPress, TypePad, Bloger, Movable Type, MindTouch, Confluence, Googles Sites, Joomla or ScreenSteps Live.

  • Scrivener

    Scrivener is a project management tool for writers that acts like your own little writing shed at the bottom of the garden, where you have cork notice-boards, ring-binders, photos, clippings paperclipped to jottings, notebooks and reams of typewritten pages piling up - along with a secretary who keeps it all in neat piles and uses his speed-reading skills to find what you need as soon as you need it.

  • ScrobblePod

    ScrobblePod is a music scrobbler for Last.fm. It manages every song you play in iTunes and on your iPod.

    When you listen to music on your iPod and in iTunes, songs are often scrobbled in the wrong order.

    ScrobblePod fixes this by queueing your songs for scrobbling, until your iPod is plugged in.

  • ScummVM

    ScummVM is a program which allows you to run certain classic graphical point-and-click adventure games, provided you already have their data files. The clever part about this: ScummVM just replaces the executables shipped with the game, allowing you to play them on systems for which they were never designed!

  • Seashore

    Seashore is an open source image editor for Cocoa. It features gradients, textures and anti-aliasing for both text and brush strokes. It supports multiple layers and alpha channel editing. It is based around the GIMP's technology and uses the same native file format.

  • Secrets

    Secrets is free system preference pane for Leopard only, that allows you to change / customize hidden settings for your system and most applications.

    The website features a comprehensive list of user defaults that you can download.

    NOTE: Secrets is BETA and many of the options can harm your system if used improperly.

  • Senuti

    There are many good reasons that someone would have to transfer music from her iPod back to her computer. There are many good ways to do it, too. Senuti is the only alternative that will give you the power and convenience that you need, wrapped in an interface that is extremely easy to use, at a cost that you can't complain about.

  • Sequential

    Sequential is an image viewer for Mac OS X. It was originally designed for opening a folder of images and displaying them in order. It works well for viewing comics and manga.

    Sequential can display folders and archives (ZIP, RAR, CBZ and CBR) of images (including JPEG, PNG, and GIF) and PDF files. It is able to load images on the internet from a page or image URL.

    Sequential has mature full screen support and can display images' Exif data.

  • Serverskine

    Designed to allow web developers, who deal with many projects at once, quick access to FTP, hosting accounts, domain name accounts and more. Especially when dealing with off-site shared hosting, keeping track of usernames and passwords can be daunting. Serverskine eliminates the terror by allowing you to quickly organize, search, edit, and backup all of your important account information.

  • Shades 1.0

    A Better Color Picker

    The Shades Color Picker adds an additional pane to the standard Apple Color Picker. It is designed to help you choose colors by showing you grids of related colors. Shades uses Hue - Saturation - Brightness (HSB) color coordinates which many people find more intuitive than Red - Green - Blue (RGB) color coordinates.

  • ShapeOnYou

    ShapeOnYou is a little application that can display and animate different 3D shapes. It is useful to illustrate documents and is designed to easily drag'n drop the results in other applications (like Keynote, OmniGraffle 4, Illustrator) where you would like to use 3D shapes. It is even better if these application support LinkBack : supporting LinkBack means that you can update the image by modifying it in ShapeOnYou, and the modification will take place in the document of the other application.

  • Shapeshifter

    ShapeShifter is a product that lets you change the overall appearance of your Mac using 'themes'. We're not talking about just desktop backgrounds and icons here, we're talking about everything - the look of windows, menus, apps, buttons, absolutely everything. You don't wear the same clothes everyday, your house doesn't look exactly like your neighbor's - why should the computing interface you use everyday be any different. You personalize your physical workspace to suit your tastes and whims, so why not your Mac?

    NB: Shapeshifter is no longer supported! Read more: http://www.unsanity.org/archives/betas/mighty_mouse_with_some_theme_sauce.php

  • SharePoints

    SharePoints is an application or a preference pane that makes it easy to add and delete share points like in the old Finder. In Mac OS X, by default, you are limited to sharing only what is in your public folder in your home directory. This program makes it easy to share any folder.
    In addition SharePoints also brings back users and groups management to Mac OS X as well as easy configuration of AppleFileServer (AFS) and Samba (SMB) Server properties.

  • ShelfMenu

    ShelfMenu is a small application living in the system menu bar. It is useful to store every kind of information, like images, URLs, texts, file paths, lists; it can store everything you can copy in the clipboard. The information is organized in folders, which you can add, delete, rename, and move (preserving their content).

  • Shiira

    Shiira is a web browser based on Web Kit and written in Cocoa. The goal of the Shiira Project is to create a browser that is better and more useful than Safari. All source code used in this software is publicly available.

  • Shoot Things

    Shoot Things is an arcade-style side-scrolling space combat game, which parodies a few well-known retro games. It should take you about 5 minutes to play the game, assuming you beat it on your first try. Which is unlikely.

  • ShortIt

    You know certainly these URL shortening services (e.g. bit.ly). Every time you want to use them you have to open their webpage and type in your long URL. And when it has finished loading you have to copy the sort URL manually. So here comes the solution. With its perfect optimized workflows it integrates really great into the system and makes it eaven easier to short your long URLs.

  • Shtaggle

    Shtaggle lets you tag music in iTunes - it makes use of tags from last.fm, and gets lyrics from lyricwiki.org.

    Shtaggle can also send tags back to last.fm

  • Sidenote

    Sidenote is an advanced note taking utility. Designed to be a central piece of your digital life. It'll hide in the edge of your screen and be available whenever you need it. It's a powerfull, full featured, yet very easy to use sticky replacement.

  • Sigma Chess

    Sigma Chess is a master strength Macintosh chess program for both OS X and Classic Mac OS.

    Sigma Chess 6.1 Lite, which is freeware and can be downloaded here. Certain high-end features are either disabled or limited in this free version. Nevertheless, it's a complete, full strength chess program with many features; it's not just a demo. If you're a casual chess player without the need for special features, chances are that Sigma Chess 6.1 Lite will do just fine.

    For only $20 you can upgrade Sigma Chess 6.1 Lite to Sigma Chess 6.1 Pro, which contains the full feature set.

  • SimilarTunes

    Automated playlist creation based on similarity. Select an artist and SimilarTunes will create a playlist with songs from your iTunes music library based on artist similarity.

  • Simple CSS

    To help you work with CSS, we've created a free tool called Simple CSS, which runs on Macs, Windows and Linux. Simple CSS allows you to easily create Cascading Style Sheets from scratch, and/or modify existing ones, using a familiar point-and-click interface.

    With Simple CSS, you can manage multiple CSS projects and import your existing style sheets. Simple CSS supports CSS2.

  • Simple Comic

    Simple Comic is an attempt to make an extremely streamlined comic viewer for os-x. Features that do not bear on the core functionality will not be added. All basic features should be easy to understand and manipulate.

    Features:

    • Page Layout: Pages laid out as they would be in print
    • Page Ordering: Left to right or right to left
    • Page Scaling: Original size, window fit and horizontal fit
    • Fullscreen: Maximize viewing area
    • Archive Handling: Seamlessly deals with .cbr, .cbz, .zip, .rar, tar, 7z, lha and others
    • Multiple Sessions: View multiple comics at one time
    • Auto-save: Comics are automatically bookmarked and reopened at launch
    • Page Rotation: Rotate the pages to maximize display area
    • Image Loupe: Zoom in on small details
    • Full Screen Thumbnail View: Quickly find the page you want
    • Simplicity: Does not attempt to be all things to all people
  • Simple Tagger

    Simple Tagger is a simple Cocoa Application for tagging and renaming MP3 Files based on the Amazon music database.

  • SimpleChord

    SimpleChord is a chord reference and composition tool for Mac OS X. Look up chords, create progressions, jam.

  • SimpleTask

    Other task lists, GTD apps, and to-do lists may be easy to use. Some have fantastic interfaces, others not so much. One thing that other to-do lists don't have is simplicity. SimpleTask for Mac brings both a beautiful interface and an unparalleled ease of use to your Mac.

    Adding a task is as simple as hitting Enter. From there you can type in your information, and hit Enter again to confirm. You'll never have to move your hands from the keyboard, making adding to your to-do list as simple as writing on a piece of paper.

    Sure, we're trying to bring the ease of the paper To-Do list to the computer, but that doesn't mean we're bringing along all its inconveniences as well. SimpleTask automatically sorts by the date created, but you can drag them into any order you want, to prioritize your way. Tasks can be edited at any time, and if you accidentally delete a task, it's a snap to pop it right back on your Pending Task list.

    With the color tagging built into SimpleTask, the possibilities are many. Use bright pretty colors to call your attention to important tasks, use a color coding system to tell at a glance what type of tasks are on your plate for the day, or just pretty up your computer screen with a rainbow of tasks!

  • SimpleWget

    Simple GUI for Wget. Works like a charm

  • Singular

    Singular helps you to find and remove duplicate files on your Mac.

    Scan for duplicates by dragging files & folders on its window or its Dock icon, or choose files from the open panel. Organize frequently scanned files & folders in a Quick Scan and launch it with a keystroke.

    Featuring a new file scanner engine, Singular shows real scan progress and can be stopped at any time.

    Singular keeps by default a copy for each file so you can safely trash duplicates. If you change your mind, Singular keeps a log of what and when something has been moved to the Trash with its original location.

  • SketchUp

    SketchUp is a deceptively simple, amazingly powerful tool for creating, viewing, and modifying 3D ideas quickly and easily. SketchUp was developed to combine the elegance and spontaneity of pencil sketching with the speed and flexibility of today's digital media.

    Developed for the conceptual stages of design, this powerful yet easy-to-learn software allows for quick and easy 3D form creation, the result is an interface that supports a dynamic, creative exploration of 3D form, material and light.

  • Skim

    Skim is a free PDF reading and note-taking app for Mac OS X that is designed to make reading research papers and manuals better.

    Just like in Preview, you can search, scan, and zoom through PDFs, but you also get some custom features for your workflow, like:
    - Adding and editing notes
    - Highlighting important text
    - Making "snapshots" for reference
    - Reading in full screen
    - Giving presentations
    and more.

  • Skitch

    Skitch allows you to take screenshots on your Mac, edit them and share them with others. It makes the sharing process seamless by making it a natural workflow to send the image (with edited arrows and other highlights helpful to your client) to them via email or automatic website uploads. It is especially popular with the designer community, as they show their clients rough drafts of their work in a nearly automated process. It makes it simple to work remotely with someone and pass on work revisions and get feedback quickly. Other uses include:

    • Snap a website
    • Capture a chat moment
    • Screenshot an application
    • iSight snap your bad hair day
    • Quickly sketch an idea
    • Tap into your iPhoto Library
      Re-open images from your Skitch History
  • Skooby Renamer

    Skooby Renamer is a utility for renaming files and folders. It has many powerful options for creating and formatting filenames and carrying out renaming operations. But what really raises it above the competition is that it has its own Finder-style file browser built in, so you don't need to switch back and forth from the Finder when renaming files.

  • Skype

    What we've got is a simple bit of software we want to give you. It'll let you make free calls to your friends all over the world. And we don't want any money for it. It's free.

    You could think of us as the big, free Internet telephony company. We prefer to think of ourselves as a big group hug, even a present. Yes! that's it; we're a present; but without the ribbon.

  • Slideshow Pro

    SlideShowPro is a drag and drop application for Flash MX 2004 or Flash 8. You simply add it to you Flash movie (FLA), create an XML file with your image data, and publish. Within minutes you'll have a professional slide show ready to upload online, playback locally, or burn to a CD. Requires no ActionScript or programming experience.

  • Slife

    Slife is the new awareness browser for the Mac OS X that lets you visualize your computer activities like never before. Slife observes your every interaction with applications such as Safari, Mail and iChat and keeps tracks of all web pages you visit, emails you read, documents you write and much more.

  • Smart Scroll

    Smart Scroll (formerly Smart Scroll X) offers smooth and easy iPhone-like scrolling:

    • Super Scroll makes your scroll wheel or trackpad smoother, faster and more comfortable. And it lets you reverse scrolling on the Mac to match your iPhone. Try it!
    • Hover Scroll makes scrolling as easy as pointing to the top or bottom edge of a window.
    • Grab Scroll gives you a Hand tool to easily move (and "throw"!) any window's contents.

    Other features include Universal Scroll Keys that let you scroll from the keyboard, FileMaker Pro and AppleWorks enhancements, and more.

  • Smultron

    Smultron is an open-source text editor written in Cocoa for Mac OS X with many of the features that you need. You can easily work with many documents and select one quickly in a list.

  • Snapz Pro X

    Amazing and mature motion-screen capture tool with brilliant features.

  • Snes9X

    SNES emulator.

  • Socialist

    Don't have time to read blogs?
    Socialist is a revolutionary social bookmark manager that works with del.icio.us and your RSS feeds. You can quickly and easily subscribe to friends and tags on del.icio.us or to an RSS feed to get the latest information.
    Your bookmarks anywhere!
    Don't you hate it when you bookmark something at work but can't find it on your home computer? Socialist uses the del.icio.us service to publish your bookmarks online. Just login using your account at home and Socialist will update with your latest bookmarks.

  • Song Sergeant

    Don't you hate seeing the same band, album, or song listed multiple times in your library? Song Sergeant intelligently identifies and removes duplicates, renames inconsistently named artists and albums, reunites orphaned song files to your library, and deals with missing song files. Song Sergeant will whip your music library into shape in no time.

    Features:

    * Finds and removes duplicate song files
    * Intelligently merges song information and audio data from different song files
    * Preserves your playlists while removing duplicates
    * Identifies inconsistently named artists and albums
    * Discovers orphaned song files within your music folder but not seen in iTunes
    * Reunites missing library songs with orphaned files
    * Fix problems quickly and automatically — or with great manual control
    * Detailed "related songs" drawer helps you make decisions

  • Songbird

    Songbird is a desktop Web player, a digital jukebox and Web browser mash-up. Like Winamp, it supports extensions and skins feathers. Like Firefox, it is built from Mozilla, cross-platform and open source.

  • Soulver

    Soulver helps you do quick calculations and work things out. It's quicker to use than a spreadsheet, and smarter and clearer than a traditional calculator.

    You type out your problems as you would on paper, and Soulver calculates your answer as you type. You can do calculations over multiple lines, and use words alongside your numbers so they make sense.

    Soulver is great for adding things up, easily doing percentages, and converting things, like currencies.

    Use Soulver to play around with numbers, do "back of the envelope" quick calculations, and solve day-to-day problems.

    Key Features:

    - See all your calculations all the time, and go back and change any of them.
    - Use words amid your calculations so your numbers make sense
    - Easily do percentages ("$100 - 10%", "30 as a % of 200")
    - See a running total of all your lines
    - Do easy conversions ("10 USD in Euros, "25 meters in feet")
    - Do calculations with stocks ("100 AAPL")
    - Connect your lines together using answer tokens.
    - Create variables to hold frequently used numbers
    - All the standard mathematical functions.
    - Support for calculations in binary & hex.
    - Save and export your work.

    See Soulver in action at Soulver.com

  • SoundSource

    SoundSource is a tiny tool for OS X enabling you to switch your audio input and output sources with a single click. And with the System setting, you can transfer system beeps to a secondary audio source so you won't be disturbed.

  • SoundTrack Pro

    Soundtrack Pro gives audio and video professionals a powerful way to edit and design sound. Soundtrack Pro?s waveform editor includes innovative action layering and intelligent repair and restoration functions that let you accurately manipulate audio while retaining total creative flexibility. And, with support for video formats up to HD resolutions, full multitrack editing and mixing, over 50 professional effects plug-ins, and thousands of included Apple Loops, precise audio control has never been so intuitive.

  • Soundflower

    Soundflower is a MacOS system extension that allows applications to pass audio to other applications. Soundflower is easy to use, it simply presents itself as an audio device, allowing any audio application to send and receive audio with no other support needed.

  • Spanning Sync

    Synchronize Google Calendar and Apple iCal. Share calendars between multiple Macs. Share calendars with your coworkers, family, and friends. And while you're at it, connect Google Calendar to your iPod, mobile phone, and other devices.

    The Best of Both Worlds

    What if you could combine Google Calendar's powerful sharing features, Gmail integration, and notifications with iCal's beautiful interface and offline operation? Now you can.

    With Spanning Sync, your iCal calendars are kept in sync with Google Calendar, which means you can use the best features of both to manage your schedule.

    Supports Google Apps for Your Domain

    Spanning Sync offers full support for Google Apps for Your Domain. So whether your organization is a one-person company or a 40,000-person university, your enterprise calendars are seamlessly connected to your Macs.

    Multiple Macs, One Set of Calendars

    If you're lucky enough to have more than one Mac, keeping your data organized can be a challenge. But Spanning Sync makes it simple to organize your calendars. Just sync your iCal calendars on all of your Macs to the same Google Calendar account. That way whether you're using your Mac Pro at work, your iMac at home, or your MacBook on the go, your calendars are always up to date. And since Spanning Sync is licensed per-person not per-computer, you can install it on as many Macs as you like.

  • Spatterlight

    Spatterlight is a native Cocoa application plays most kinds of interactive fiction game files: AGT, Adrift, AdvSys, Alan, Glulx, Hugo, Level 9, Magnetic Scrolls, TADS (text-only), Quill, and Z-code (except v6).

    Spatterlight also supports the Treaty of Babel standard for cataloguing bibliographic information about interactive fiction.

  • Speed Download

    Developed exclusively for Mac OS X Tiger and later, Speed Download 4 marks the next generation of powerful and reliable, time-saving download managers. Faster and more secure, more features, easier to use and sporting a new look, this latest Speed Download release sets a new standard for download manager innovation, and is designed to be your central, unified hub for almost all the downloading and file transfer activities you do online.

    Some of the new features include the following:
    - a gorgeous new interface, thanks to the great job done by IconDrawer.
    - a re-engineered 'universal' download engine optimized for maximum performance,
    - a powerful database to manage all your downloads, uploads, and file transfers,
    - a FTP client (with SSL) that satisfies the basic FTP needs of most users,
    - a secure, high performance P2P file sharing utility (with encryption),
    - a high performance utility for downloading web content for offline viewing,
    - .Mac iDisk integration,
    - auto-resuming file transfers all the time,
    - unlimited UNDOs throughout the entire application,
    - smart folder technology,
    - and much more!

  • Spirited Away

    Spirited Away (who's namesake is a well-received anime) is a tiny os x app that hides inactive windows on your os x desktop.

    It's a great way for a user to keep focus on their most foreground app.

    I use it to fool everyone around me that I am not ADD.

  • SpotlightMetadata

    This lets you see the metadata that Spotlight is collecting on your files. This is helpful so you can better understand how it works and use it more creatively/accurately. We use it to better our own programming techniques. It’s really simple to use and you can get the metadata from a folder of files or target just one particular file. It supports multiple windows so you can perform multiple queries.

  • Squirrel

    Squirrel is a simple finance application for Mac OS X. It has been designed for users who want a simple way to track and plan their finances.

    Features:

    • Budgets: Plan how much you allow yourself to spend on some categories and tags.
    • History graph: full color graph that shows you the history of your accounts.
    • Reports: graphical reports so you can see were your money goes.
    • Smart folders: filter your transactions just like in iTunes.
    • Netbanking: check your bank website from within the application.
    • Localization : English, German, Japanese and French.
  • Stainless

    Although Stainless started out as a technology demo to showcase our own multi-processing architecture in response to Google Chrome, we've been inspired by our growing fanbase to forge ahead and craft Stainless into a full-fledged browser. In fact, Stainless now has features you won't find in Chrome or in any other browser.

    A prime example is parallel sessions, which allow you to log into a site using different credentials in separate tabs at the same time. This new technology is woven throughout Stainless, from the private cookie storage system, to session-aware bookmarks that remember the session in which they were saved. We're excited to showcase what we believe is a true browser innovation.

  • Status Screen Saver

    Status Screen Saver allows you to be notified quickly and easily of changes to your applications while your Mac runs in screen saver mode. You can choose any other screen saver you would like to be shown as well as which applications are listed in the status bar at the bottom of the screen.

  • Stellarium

    Stellarium is a free open source planetarium for your computer. It shows a realistic sky in 3D, just like what you see with the naked eye, binoculars or a telescope.
    It is being used in planetarium projectors. Just set your coordinates and go.

  • Stickies

    The Mac OS Classic notes for the OS X desktop.

  • Sticky Windows

    Sticky Windows transforms your windows into tabs when you drag a window towards the edge of your screen. Providing you with a completely clutter-free workspace. By clicking on the tab the user can show and hide the window.

  • Stop Dashboard Widget

    A 1-button widget which stops the Dashboard and removes it (and all its widgets) from memory.

    Relaunch the Dashboard afterwards as normal, all widgets will reload.

  • StuffIt Expander

    An industry leader, only StuffIt offers newly-patented technology that provides 100% pixel-perfect compression of 24-bit images, including TIFFs, PNGs, BMPs and GIFs. In addition to its award-winning compression technology, StuffIt's fantastic workflow features enable you to work faster and smarter, whether you're using StuffIt to backup important files or send documents over the Internet. Simply click, drag and drop; StuffIt will take care of the rest.

    • Compress and expand archives
    • Super-strong encryption security and password protection
    • Self-healing archive creation protects against data corruption
    • Send and transfer via email, FTP, or MobileMe iDisk
  • SubEthaEdit

    SubEthaEdit is a powerful and lean text editor. And it's the only collaborative one that is a joy to use. By combining the ease of Bonjour with the world's best text collaboration engine, it makes working together not only possible but even fun…

    Why SubEthaEdit?
    Looking for a text editor that is designed by people actually caring about Human Interface Guidelines? A nice way to edit your HTML files? Or a way to work together on code, texts or notes? Be sure to check out SubEthaEdit. While originally designed for coding together, its collaboration features have also proven to be quite useful for teaching, note-taking (e.g. at conferences) and co-writing text. Imagine meetings with collaborative minute taking or writing your TV/film script or book together with your co-authors.

    SubEthaEdit is not bloated
    While being a full fledged editor, we promise that SubEthaEdit will never become a bloated piece of software like other text editors. Our goal is a high performance, sleek editor, with features that make your work even faster. This is possible due to Mac OS X's Aqua interface, which allows tools to get out of the way, while enabling you to do what you want.

  • SuperNoteCard

    An intuitive tool that uses notecards to capture and organize your ideas. These virtual notecards can be moved into decks, arranged on the screen, or grouped and categorized with ease.

    Novelists use it to experiment with storylines and to circle back, bear down and perfect their prose and characters - all with notecards that don’t run out of room or fade with age.

    Researchers use SuperNotecard to gather facts, manage sources and finally stitch it all together in a way that is significantly more visual and capable than a traditional outlining tool.

    With many export & print options, SuperNotecard is one click away from your favorite word processor or layout program.

  • Synergy

    The innovative iTunes controller puts you in instant control of your listening from any application thanks to its always-accesible menu bar buttons and user-definable hot keys.

    Synergy seamlessly integrates with iTunes, providing you with realtime feedback on the currently playing track even when iTunes is hidden. It can automatically locate album cover art from the Internet and download it to your computer while you listen. Under ongoing development since its initial release in 2002, Synergy boasts and impressive featureset.

  • TabStop

    TabStop is a SIMBL plugin, available in several different languages, that displays a warning when you attempt to quit or close a window in Safari that contains multiple tabs. Very handy, if you're used to keeping dozens of tabs around and you're tired of accidentally Command-Q'ing instead of Command-W'ing.

  • Tablatures

    Tablatures is a tablature editor for Mac OS X.

    Tablatures is compatible with PowerTab, which is a well-known and widely adopted tablature editor for Windows systems. Thus you can share your music even with those members of your band that don't own a Mac! Moreover, you can easily find thousands of song transcriptions in this format on the net. Tablature can open most Guitar Pro 3-5 files too.

    With Tablatures you can also export your tabs in MIDI format, or follow the playback on screen to help your learning process.

  • Tables

    Easy to use spreadsheet with more than 100 build in functions that can import and export Excel .xls documents.

    Tables enables you to organise and present data very simply. With Tables you can not only organise data but also do calculations and comparisons with it. Add, sum or multiply numbers or process data by using more than 100 functions.

    Data can not only represent numbers but a date or an amount, too. Tables offers extensive options to format the data. Format them as currency, as an amount, as percentage rate, scientifically or with different date formats.

    Create visually attractive invoices, lists or reports and even add some photos, PDF documents and charts to present your data with great visual impact. You can create your own named styles in Tables to quickly assign the same formatting properties to other cells and also receive a uniform look for your document.

    Tables evolved rapidly and many features have been added since the early beta days. See version history to learn more.

    Tables requires Mac OS X 10.4 or newer and offers a free 30-day trial.

  • Taco HTML Edit

    Taco HTML Edit is a full-featured HTML editor and PHP editor. Taco HTML Edit empowers its users to rapidly create their own web sites. It is designed exclusively for Mac OS X and has many advanced features including spell checking, live browser previewing, PHP previewing, syntax checking, and much more.

  • Tag (Metadata Editor)

    Tag is a metadata editor for FLAC, Ogg Vorbis, Monkey's Audio and WavPack files from the people that bring you max. Not to be confused with Tag (the html editor).

  • Tagr

    Tagr is an application for Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) that helps you organize your MP3 / M4A (MP4) collection.

    With Tagr you can easily edit information such as a song's artist, title, or album cover. Tagr also allows you to control the way your files are named.

    Tagr features an integration with discogs.com which allows you to search for album information and artwork and apply it to your songs.

  • Tangerine!

    Tangerine! lets you easily create playlists with upbeat music, or playlists for relaxing. It does that by analyzing the BPM and beat intensity of the songs in your iTunes library. It analyzes the songs blazingly fast to the tune of more than 3 per second.

  • Task List

    Task List is an application designed for students who use their laptops at school. It enables assignments to be tracked and managed. Additionally, it sports iCal integration for tests and projects. Task List also has the ability to upload and download files to and from .mac and other servers, enabling students to sync their homework files between a desktop and laptop or other computer.

  • TaskArtist

    TaskArtist is a native Mac OS X cocoa UI for the very flexible project management software TaskJuggler. The alpha version is packaged with TaskJuggler III which currently is in alpha state too.

  • TaskPaper

    TaskPaper is a simple to-do list that's surprisingly adept. Unlike the competition, TaskPaper's text based interface offers you paper-like simplicity and ease of use.

  • TeXShop

    A frontend for LaTeX (gwTeX or teTeX installed with Fink).

  • TeamViewer

    TeamViewer establishes connections to any PC all around the world within just a few seconds. You can remote control your partner's PC as if you were sitting right in front of it. Find out why more than 7.000.000 users trust TeamViewer!

  • TechTool Pro

    TechTool Pro 4 is a complete Macintosh repair shop in a box. In fact, it’s so good that Apple includes a copy of its sibling, TechTool Deluxe, in its AppleCare Protection Plan. If you have ever experienced a system bomb, freeze, crash, or indecipherable error code, TechTool Pro 4 can help you get your computer running smoothly again.

  • Terminal

    Mac OS X's Terminal application.

  • TextEdit

    Text editor, comes with Mac OS X.

  • The Filter

    Instant Playlist Generator Plugin for iTunes. The Filter uses your music to create interesting playlists, automatically fill and refresh your iPod/MP3 player and discover new music.

  • The Hit List

    The Hit List is a simple, yet sophisticated application to manage the daily chaos of your modern life. Based on the simple concept of making lists, The Hit List lets you plan, forget, then act when the time is right.

    Your life is complicated enough as it is. The tool to manage your life shouldn't be. The Hit List keeps things simple by not forcing you to learn a system. It can be as simple as just keeping a list of things to do as you would on a piece of paper. However, if you do have a task management system such as Getting Things Done by David Allen, The Hit List is flexible enough to support you.

  • The Pinball

    Features:
    - 3D graphics with amazing detailed elaboration of the table
    - different modes of camera: stable picture of the "whole table" and agile camera, which follows the ball in the game with automatic zoom in significant places
    - realistic physics
    - tilting of camera with a help of acceleration indicator
    - anaglyptographic (3D) stereo effect (main colors of points are supported)
    - global and local tables of high scores
    - mutiball up to 3 balls simultaneously
    - unique soundtracks and sounds
    - table shaking with a help of acceleration indicator
    - variety of missions and hiding-places
    - intuitively understandable control
    - game manual

    Pinball Remote (iPhone/iPod Touch) free controller app:
    - free Wild West table
    - ability to buy new pinball tables
    - full control of the game: start, pause, restart, flipper controls, table tilting, camera controls
    - built-in Help for pinball tables
    - local and global high score tables
    - turning on the stereoscopic mode (stereo glasses required)

  • The Tagger

    The Tagger is an MP3 and AAC tagger for Mac OS X that combines powerful features with an intuitive and refined interface. Its features include:

    * Edit many more ID3 Tags than iTunes or other editors
    * Search & Retrieve Tags from Discogs
    * Find & Replace using Regular Expressions
    * Case Transformation: capitalize, uppercase & lowercase
    * Tag Trimming tool
    * Prefix & Suffix tool
    * Rename Files from Tags
    * Remove Hidden Personal Data from iTunes Plus files
    * Multiple Artwork
    * Export to iTunes
    * Integrated Quick Look

  • The Unarchiver

    The Unarchiver is a much more capable replacement for "BOMArchiveHelper.app", the built-in archive unpacker program in Mac OS X. The Unarchiver is designed to handle many more formats than BOMArchiveHelper, and to better fit in with the design of the Finder. It can also handle filenames in foreign character sets, created with non-English versions of other operating systems.

  • Thinking Rock

    Thinking Rock is a great cross platform GTD implementation; the only negative - written in Java

  • ThumbsUp

    ThumbsUp is a simple, drag-and-drop based utility to create thumbnails for a bunch of pictures and supports all image formats of Mac OS X and QuickTime (including PDF documents).

  • Time Me

    Time your everyday or your work! Is perfect for timing speed cubing.

  • Time Tagger

    Time Tagger's revolutionary new tag-based interface makes time-tracking simpler and more elegant than it’s ever been before.

    Many professionals, from graphic designers to attorneys, rely on time-tracking software to record how they spend their time and to generate invoices for billable hours. Time Tagger simplifies this vital business task by eliminating the projects, clients, tasks and timers that bog down other time-tracking solutions and replacing them all with a unique and intuitive tagging metaphor.

    The main Time Tagger window features a large, easy-to-read field of text snippets, or tags, which users can click on and off to describe the work they are doing at any moment. Custom tags can easily be created on the same window. A flexible reporting tool makes it easy to generate time sheets for any set of tags.

    Time Tagger is currently a Mac-only product and runs natively on Intel or PowerPC Macs. Matterform recommends OS X 10.4 (Tiger) or 10.5 (Leopard) for use with Time Tagger.

  • TimeLog

    TimeLog integrates tightly with Address Book, iCalâ„¢ and Sync Services and offers an intuitive interface that makes tracking time as easy as listening to music in iTunesâ„¢.

    The global timer menu is accessible from within any application and allows to switch to another project with just one click.

    Recordings are stored in iCal calendars which allows sharing of time sheets over network services such as dotmac, CalDAV and others.

    Available in English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Norwegian, Swedish, Finnish and Polish

    Also check out TimeLog for the iPhone

    and GrandTotal the invoicing app for TimeLog.

  • Timeline 3D

    Film makers, museum curators, professors, novelists, grad students, and business leaders use our software to create elegant timelines. Join them and create your masterpiece today!

  • Timepost

    Timepost is a desktop time tracking solution that integrates with web-based project collaboration software. Timepost offers reliable offline time tracking for Basecamp, Cashboard, FogBugz, FreshBooks, Harvest, and Tick.

  • Timer II

    The original Timer started as an oven timer. Often, I'd be working on a new program or surfing the web and have something in the oven. So I cobbled together Timer in my spare time in Applescript Studio. That simple timer turned out to be surprisingly popular!

    As time went on, I found I wanted something to let me sleep to my iTunes playlists and then shut off iTunes. Similarly, I thought it would be nice to wake to my music. So I expanded Timer to accommodate those changes, and Timer II was born.

  • TinkerTool

    TinkerTool is an application that gives you access to additional preference settings Apple has built into Mac OS X. This allows to activate hidden features in the operating system and in some of the applications delivered with the system.

  • TinyAlarm

    TinyAlarm is, as the name suggests, a tiny alarm clock for your menubar. It will play your chosen alert at some time in the near future. All of the configuration is done using the status menu item. Clicking around should reveal all there is to know about TinyAlarm.

  • Toast Titanium

    Roxio Toast® 8 sets the standard for burning CDs, DVDs, and now Blu-ray discs on the Mac. Create superior sounding audio CDs with crossfades. Enjoy your TV shows anywhere with exclusive EyeTV burning and TiVoToGo™ transfers to DVD or iPod®. Copy your audio CDs, movies and DVDs. It's your digital life, Toast It!

    Please note that there is no demo available.

  • Today

    Today is a powerful, easy to use event and task management application for Mac OS X Leopard. Built on top of the same data engine as Apple's iCal and Mail programs, Today let's you quickly see what events and tasks are on today's agenda with the click of a button.

  • Tofu

    Tofu is a little application to make reading text easier. It reformats text into narrow columns, like in newpapers, so your eye can follow the lines easier. You can jump to any point in your text by simply typing some letters near it (without choosing any command first). There's a system-wide Service so you can, for example, grab some text from a web page. And it lets you use your voice to navigate text, so you can literally sit back and read.

  • Together

    Together lets you keep everything in one place. Text, documents, images, movies, sounds, web pages and bookmarks can all be dragged to Together for safe keeping, tagged, previewed, collected together in different ways and found again instantly.

  • TotalFinder

    • Tabs like in Google Chrome!
    • Adds a dual mode
    • Finder available system-wide on a hot-key
    • Cut and Paste
    • Stops creating .DS_Store litter
    • Show the folders always on top
  • Tototl

    Tototl is aimed to provide a lightweight and easy to use desktop client for the Twitter Service on the Mac OSX Platform.

  • TrackIt

    A simple way to track any number you like. One day, one week one month at a time. Be it Weight, Distance, Time, whatever you want.

  • TrackRunner

    GPS-enabled exercise logbook for Mac

    TrackRunner is an exercise logbook for Mac, designed to help runners and cyclists to organize and analyze their training data better.
    Coupled with a GPS receiver and using LoadMyTracks from ClueTrust to connect to your GPS device, you'll be able to log your workouts and keep track of distance, time, elevation, heart-rate etc. Activities can be organized into categories, and by location.
    TrackRunner can display your tracks on satellite images or custom made maps, it lets you analyze your training data in details in various graphs and it enables you to edit your data to correct bad readings.
    TrackRunner is free for you to try, but is considered Donationware. So if you enjoy the software and find it helps you train better please consider donating.

  • TrackTime

    Track your activities, projects, music and websites on a beautiful timeline.

    TrackTime tracks all your activities on a timeline and provides statistics on applications, music, websites and your own projects.

    You can see:
    - how long you listened to music by a specific artist,
    - which websites you visit most and how long,
    - which applications you use and when,
    - your own activities that can be logged manually or automatically (using AppleScript)
    and much more.

    Features:

    - A beautiful interface - All your activities are arranged like in a multi-track-recording application. You can quickly see, how much time you spent on each "track". Discover forgotten music and websites in your personal history and enjoy them instantly again.

    - Detailed statistics - Get a quick glance on your activities and discover which are your most used applications, best rated artists and favourite websites.
    Date Range - Specify any time frame to examine. You can for example only view the music you played last month.

    - Your projects - Track working hours or your hobbies with TrackTime's easy-to-use project tracking capabilities. Running projects can be indicated in the menubar using a colored dot.

    - Easily delete unwanted items from your Timeline or pause logging, just like Safari's "Private Mode".

    - Growl support - Get notified what happens – using your own style.

  • TrailRunner

    TrailRunner is the perfect companion for runners, bikers, hikers, and all people wandering under the sky. Plan routes on a geographical map. Import GPS or workout recordings and journalize your activities in a diary.

    Features:
    • View Maps and Elevation Data from Internet mapping services like USGS topo maps.
    • Import GPS Recordings from Trails, iTrail and 321Run for iPhone.
    • Import workouts from the Nike + iPod Sport Kit.
    • Import tracks and workouts from GPS fitness devices like the Garmin ForeRunner or Garmin Edge.
    • Import/Export TCX, GPX, and KML files.
    • Describe favorite tracks and rate them with iTunes stars.
    • Plan routes interactively or automatically for a given distance.
    • Export route directions onto your iPod.
    • Journalize workouts in a diary, see your progress in a history chart.
    • Publish a WebLog to MobileMe.
  • Transana

    TRANSANA has been comercialized and is no longer available for free. There is no free demo available. However older versions are still available for free from the archive: http://www.transana.org/download/archive.htm

    Transana is software for professional researchers who want to analyze digital video or audio data. Transana lets you analyze and manage your data in very sophisticated ways. Transcribe it, identify analytically interesting clips, assign keywords to clips, arrange and rearrange clips, and share your analysis with colleagues.

    Transana works on both Win and Mac.
    The mac version is alpha because it supports only limited number of audio codecs. despite it works well and is stable!

  • Transmission

    Transmission sets initial preferences so things "Just Work", while advanced features like watch directories, bad peer blocking, and the web interface can be configured with just a few clicks. Macworld put it this way: "It's fast, it's extremely lightweight, and — even though it's available for a variety of platforms — it behaves just as you'd expect a Mac program to."

    Transmission supports full encryption, file selection, a web-based interface, groups, peer exchange, automatic port forwarding, webseeds, watch directories, tracker editing, global and per-torrent speed limits, and more.

    Its code is freely available online and is licensed under either the GNU Public License v2 or the MIT License. The development team welcomes anyone who is interested in contributing code, documentation, translations, or other help.

  • Tree

    Tree is an outliner featuring a horizontally expandable tree view. Tree assists you in organizing your information, sketching plans and brainstorming new ideas. Tree allows you to store your ideas and keywords in segments that you can sort, re-arrange and constantly refine. Tree is designed to be a lightweight application that lets you concentrate on your ideas.

  • Trillian

    Trillian for Mac is a fully-featured IM and social client, with all the usual Trillian concepts you're accustomed to -- connections, a connection manager, a contact list, tabbed chats -- helping you easily migrate from Windows to Mac. At the same time, the design of Trillian for Mac respects the user interface of Mac OS X, providing you with a seamless experience across your operating system.

  • TruePreview

    Instead of the default behavior of immediately marking viewed or previewed messages as read, this plugin allows for a delay before marking a message as read.

  • TubeSock

    TubeSock grabs YouTube videos from the web and copies them to your video iPod, Mac, or PlayStation Portable. TubeSock knows how to convert the video using the codecs and bitrates best for each device. It can even add the video to iTunes for you.

  • TunesArt

    TunesArt offers new features for iTunes : display cover art and track information on your desktop (many themes available), get notification on track change, display bezel notifications (play/pause/next/prev...), search your iTunes Library, scrobble to Last.fm, post to Twitter, display/edit lyrics, fetch missing artwork from Amazon, support for Growl notifications, edit Tags...

    Available in English, German, French, Italian, Slovak, Dutch, Russian, Traditional/Simplified Chinese and Turkish.

  • TunesTimer

    TunesTimer shows you how long each song in your iTunes library has been playing. It finds this out by multiplying the song length by the play count, and displays this information in an easy to use table.

  • TweetDeck

    • Catch up with overnight global twitterings as TweetDeck stores all updates whilst running
    • Continual status updates of TweetDeck and Twitter
    • Resize TweetDeck as either an unobtrusive column, full screen or anything in between
    • Especially useful running full screen on a separate monitor
    • Filter tweets from up to 1 hour to the last 7 days using the Timeframe bar
    • Auto updates from the Twitter API
  • Twitterlex

    Twitterlex is a simple Mac OS X Dashboard Widget that shows you the last 30 twitters by you and your Twitter friends, updating every 60 seconds when visible. When hidden, it updates every 5 minutes and sending Growl notifications if anyone has updated their status.

  • Twitterrific

    Twitterrific is a fun application that lets you both read and publish posts or "tweets" to the Twitter community website. The application's user interface is clean, concise and designed to take up a minimum of real estate on your Mac's desktop. You can use the ad-supported version free indefinitely or pay to upgrade to an ad-free format.

  • TwoUp

    In Short
    TwoUp allows you to easily position windows to fill exactly half the screen. This feature, similar to “window tiling” in other operating systems, is missing from the otherwise rich Mac OS X interface.

    Using TwoUp
    TwoUp consists of four actions which can be performed on the frontmost application window:

    • Left (move window to fill the left half of the screen)
    • Right (move window to fill the right half of the screen)
    • Up (move window to fill the top half of the screen)
    • Down (move window to fill the bottom half of the screen)
  • Twunes

    So you’re a Twitter AND a music addict? Ever wanted to know what your (“I’m a Mac”) Twitter buddies are listening to on iTunes? Always looking for musical inspiration to widen your musical horizon?
    Well, good news: here’s Twunes, my free Mac OS X application that tweets the current iTunes track’s title, artist & (optionally) album that you’re listening to.

  • TypeIt4Me

    It's autotext, Jim, but not as we know it!

    TypeIt4Me expands your abbreviations as you type.

    YES, it's like autotext, BUT TypeIt4Me works in ALL applications, not just one.

    Anytime you enter text in your Mac by typing it at the keyboard, TypeIt4Me can help you do it faster and more accurately.

    First you define a number of abbreviations and the full text entries that they represent, then you watch the Mac expand them on the fly even as you continue typing!

  • Ukelele

    Allows you to create keyboard layouts for OSX

  • Ulysses

    1. A NEW WRITING EXPERIENCE · Forget everything you know about traditional text editors and word processors. Forget about WYSIWYG, formats, rulers and page sizes. Then forget about common means of managing your documents. Forget about the Finder, files & folders, sub-sub-folders and Spotlight search results. Ulysses is not like that. Not at all.
    2. THE SEMANTIC EDITOR · At its core, Ulysses is a semantic text editor that borrows concepts from Setext and LaTeX. It truly separates content from presentation, written input from printed output. You’ll not assign font-weights and colors to emphasize words or mark introductory paragraphs; you’ll define “headlines” and “comments” and structure and meaning.
    3. DEDICATED AND DEVOTED · There’s nothing superfluous in Ulysses. Fullscreen, Console Mode, Bookmarks, Text Trash, multiple Notepads, term-centric Search & Replace, Filters, Collections, coherent Document Previews — every feature serves a single purpose: Your output as a writer. It can’t help you write… but it will help you create.
    4. PUBLISHING LOVE · Once your work is done, you want to get it out. On the web, to the printer, at your agent’s. Due to Ulysses’ semantic nature, anything is possible: Exclude documents, include notes, strip out comments, style and format dialog and whatnot. Export to PDF, RTF and LaTeX — even good ol’ DOC. Just remember that your editor might prefer plain text.
  • UnRarX

    UnRarX is a Mac OS X Cocoa application that allows you to expand rar archives and restore corrupted or missing archives using par2.

  • Undercover

    Because laptops are increasingly popular, and desktops are becoming smaller and more portable, computer theft has reached huge proportions worldwide: there were about 600,000 laptops stolen in the USA in the year 2004. According to a recent FBI report, 97% of all stolen computers are never recovered. Many people we know have had their Macs stolen, often in 'safe' situations. That's why we developed Undercover: a unique theft-recovery application designed from the ground up for Mac OS X.

  • Unison

    Find Groups

    • Use the "Directory" to search for relevant groups
    • Or, use "All Groups" to find your favorites
    • Add groups to your sidebar for quick access
    • Set group options like auto-loading and offline reading

    Read Messages

    • Use the Thread View to read all messages at once
    • Thread lines make it easier to see who replied to what
    • View and post messages in HTML or Plain Text

    Work with Files

    • Files are magically grouped together for downloading
    • See images, music, files, and messages in one view
    • "Smart Downloading" skips unneeded recovery sets

    Much More

    • Use the Search Browser to find files and NZBs
    • Built-in UnPAR/UnRAR/Join, no external tools needed
    • Set up Rules to manage your messages
    • Upload binary files in one automated click
    • Preview music by streaming it directly off the server
  • VUE

    At its core, the Visual Understanding Environment (VUE) is a concept and content mapping application, developed to support teaching, learning and research and for anyone who needs to organize, contextualize, and access digital information. Using a simple set of tools and a basic visual grammar consisting of nodes and links, faculty and students can map relationships between concepts, ideas and digital content.

    VUE also provides supports for in-depth analysis of maps, with the ability to merge maps and export connectivity matrices to import in statistical packages. VUE also provide tools to apply semantic meaning to the maps, by way of ontologies and metadata schemas.

    VUE can be used by anyone interested in visually structuring digital content, whether in support of teaching difficult to understand concepts or more generally, a tool for organizing personal digital resources.

  • VectorDesigner

    VectorDesigner is a vector drawing application designed to be simple, intuitive and powerful to use.

    It has everything you need to create fancy vector graphics such as posters, brochures, stickers, logos, web graphics, t-shirt and more.

    Tech Specs

    • Smart shapes.
    • Bezier Creation and Editing.
    • Text inside shape.
    • Text along path.
    • Layers.
    • Conversion Raster To Vector.
    • Image filters powered by Core Image and Quartz Composer.
    • Image adjustment panel.
    • Boolean Operations.
    • iSight integration.
    • Scanner integration.
    • Flickr browser.
    • iLife photo browser.
    • QuickLook support.
    • Cocoa Application.
  • VideoDownloader

    It's a FIREFOX extension !

    "Download videos from Youtube, Google, Metacafe, iFilm, Dailymotion, Pornotube... and other 60+ video sites movies, mp3s, flash, quicktime, etc Directly !

    VideoDownloader add a small icon on the status bar at the bottom of your firefox window, and a toolbar button. Just click that and download the video you are watching !"

  • VideoMonkey

    Video Monkey is a free video encoding application exclusively for Mac. It was created after the demise of the great tool Visual Hub. Video Monkey borrows heavily from the Visual Hub video conversion tool, both conceptually and from the original code dump posted to SourceForge as TranscoderRedux.

  • Videobox

    Videobox allows you to quickly and easily download Flash video from most all of the popular video sites on the internet. Videobox will convert the video into a native Quicktime format so it's ready to view on your Mac, iPod, iPhone or iTunes.

  • Vienna

    Vienna is a freeware, open source RSS/Atom newsreader for the Mac OS X operating system. It provides features comparable to commercial newsreaders, but both it and the source code are freely available for download.

    A summary of some of its features:

    • Subscribe to Atom/RSS news feeds and podcasts.
    • Simple and intuitive user interface.
    • Built-in tabbed browser.
    • Smart folders for organising related feed articles.
    • Custom article display styles.
    • Three separate reading layouts.
    • Blogging integration.
    • Filter the displayed articles.
    • Manual reordering of the subscription list.
    • Full AppleScript support.
    • Localised into several languages.
  • Vim

    Vim is a highly configurable text editor built to enable efficient text editing. It is an improved version of the vi editor distributed with most UNIX systems.

    Vim is often called a "programmer's editor," and so useful for programming that many consider it an entire IDE. It's not just for programmers, though. Vim is perfect for all kinds of text editing, from composing email to editing configuration files.

  • Virtual Box

    innotek VirtualBox is a general-purpose full virtualizer for x86 hardware. Targeted at server, desktop and embedded use, it is now the only professional-quality virtualization solution that is also Open Source Software.

  • VirtueDesktops

    “VirtueDesktops” is a virtual desktop manager for Apple’s Mac OS. It offers features, eye candy and configurable options that no other desktop manager on the mac has added yet. Sadly, VirtueDesktops is no longer under active development. It is based upon the work done by Rich Wareham on DesktopManager (specifically the CGSPrivate headers), which is an alternate open-source virtual desktop application.

  • Viscosity

    Viscosity is an OpenVPN client for Mac, providing a rich Cocoa graphical user interface for creating, editing, and controlling VPN connections. Viscosity provides a complete OpenVPN solution for Leopard (Mac OS 10.5) and does not require any additional downloads or software.

    Viscosity allows connections to be completely configured through a GUI, without any need to know how to use the command-line or OpenVPN's configuration file syntax. Advanced users still have full manual control over configuration options if desired.

    As well as connection configuration, Viscosity also provides a global menu for quick connection/disconnection, as well as a details window containing connection information and traffic statistics.

    Features include:

    • Cocoa GUI
    • Designed for Leopard (Mac OS 10.5)
    • Keychain integration
    • Connection details (Client IP, Server IP, etc)
    • Traffic statistics
    • Multiple simultaneous connections
    • Growl integration
  • Visor

    Visor provides a systemwide terminal window accessible via a hotkey, much like the consoles found in games such as Quake. Visor requires elements of Quartz only found in 10.4. Visor is compatible with 10.4 and higher only.

  • VisualHub

    Converting a bunch of AVI files to a DVD shouldn't require a Computer Science degree.
    Getting movies from your digital camera to your iPod shouldn't take hours.
    Wading through a sea of video formats shouldn't pull you under.

    VisualHub bridges the gap between numerous complicated video formatting standards, and people that just want to get the job done - just what you would expect from the Mac.

  • VocalWriter

    VocalWriter uses the mac speech engine to graft the classic mac voices onto melodies. You can import custom MIDI files and put lyrics to all your home made music.

  • Voice Candy

    Voice Candy is a fun and useful recorder for the Mac. It does for the microphone what Apple's Photo Booth does for the webcam. Voice Candy makes recording enjoyable by providing eight different effects, such as Vader and Chipmunk, to alter the speaker's voice. Once you have made the recording, you can use it to set a reminder, send an email, or take it with you on your iPod.

  • VoodooPad

    VoodooPad is a place to write down your notes and thoughts. Plant ideas, images, lists and anything else you need to keep track of and VoodooPad will grow with you, without getting in the way. You can even drag and drop folders, images, applications, or URLs into VoodooPad — they're linked up just like on the web. And with powerful search, nothing will be lost or out of reach.

    Do you ever have a bit of information that you're not sure where to file? Put it in VoodooPad, it won't mind. Because the more you put into it, the more useful VoodooPad becomes.

  • Vox

    Vox is a little and simple music player for Mac OS X with support for many file types, including FLAC, MP3, AAC, Musepack, Monkey's Audio, OGG Vorbis, Apple Lossless, AIFF, WAV, IT, MOD, XM, Games Music and many others. Includes numerous effects like Equalizer, Reverb, Time Stretch, Pitch Shift, Echo. Moreover, all supported files can be exported to AAC+, Apple Lossless, WAV and other formats with enabled effects.

  • Warzone 2100

    Warzone 2100 is a real-time strategy game, developed by Pumpkin Studios and published by Eidos-Interactiveâ„¢. Although comparable to Earth2150â„¢ in many significant aspects, it does contain some that are unique. These include various radar technologies, a greater focus on artillery and counter-battery technologies, as well as a different vehicle design method.

  • Waveboard

    Google Wave Client for Mac with perfect desktop integration: badges in the dock, status menu and Growl notification. Fast and compact. Printing and saving for single Waves is supported. Google Gears is included and adds drag and drop for file uploads.

  • Web Developer Extension

    The Web Developer Extension adds a menu and a toolbar to the browser with various web developer tools. It is designed for Mozilla Firefox, Flock and Mozilla/Seamonkey, and will run on any platform that these browsers support including Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. The extension is highly configurable and contains many powerful features including CSS manipulation, multiple validation options and tools to display information about the current page.

  • WebDesk

    A small aplication for MacOS X which uses the Safari webkit to embed a webpage into your desktop. Useful for monitoring a page which changes frequently. You can control transparency & refresh rate.

    See the similar WebDeskTop. http://osx.iusethis.com/app/webdesktop

  • WebMate

    WebMate is a plugin for TextMate that turns the web preview into a live wysiwyg editor using WebKit’s built in editing features.

  • WhatSize

    WhatSize is a simple tool that allows the user to quickly measure the size in bytes of a given folder and all subfolders and files within it.

    Use it free as long as you wish or purchase a license for $12.99 to support development and have access to the System Administrator functionality.

  • Widget Update

    Widget Update will scan your Mac for any Widgets you have installed and look for new versions at Apple.com, DashboardWidgets.com, MacUpdate and VersionTracker. You will be presented with a tidy list containing links to the new versions' detail pages. The Widget comes with plenty of features such as Growl support, the ability to ignore updates, mark them as installed, ignore Widgets at all, override version information, being collapsed into a small icon to preserve space and much more.

  • Widgets Preference Pane for Mac OS X

    Widgets Preference Pane for Mac OS X allows you to truly take control of your Widgets by allowing you to:

    *See all of your installed Widgets and deactivate, activate or delete any of them.
    *Install new Widgets with a simple drag and drop.
    *Secure both the System and User Widget folders via Tiger's new Access Control List (ACL) security system.
    *Control Safari's "Open Safe Files" function.
    *Disable the Dashboard completely.
    *Allow Widgets on the Desktop.
    *Change the the Dashboard shelf graphic. (We even provide 4 great new graphics to get you started!)

  • Wikipedia Widget

    [The Wikipedia Widget is] a Dashboard widget for browsing Wikipedia. Search for articles and view from the Dashboard, complete with pictures and links.

  • Wireshark

    Gerald Combs, the creator of Ethereal®, has initiated the Wireshark network protocol analyzer project, a successor to Ethereal®.

    Wireshark is one of the world's foremost network protocol analyzers, and is the standard in many parts of the industry.

    It is the continuation of a project that started in 1998. Hundreds of developers around the world have contributed to it, and it it still under active development.

  • World of Goo

    World of Goo is a physics based puzzle / construction game. The millions of Goo Balls who live in the beautiful World of Goo don't know that they are in a game, or that they are extremely delicious.

  • Wormux

    Free Worms alternative with GNU-based characters.

  • Writer's Cafe

    Writer's Cafe is a really awesome creative writing application that makes me happy on a daily basis. It's got everything packaged in there, including a story outliner, brainstorming tools, a dictionary, a scrapbook, etc.

  • Writer's Café

    Writer's Café is a software toolkit for all fiction writers, whether experienced or just starting out. The heart of Writer's Café is StoryLines, a powerful but simple to use story development tool that dramatically accelerates the creation and structuring of your novel or screenplay.
    Designed by published novelist Harriet Smart, it also includes a notebook, journal, research organiser, inspirational quotations, writing exercises, and a 60-page e-book, "Fiction: The Facts", distilling 20 years of writing experience.

    Writer's Café is designed to be a playground for the imagination, making writing fiction fun and fulfilling.

  • X Resource Graph

    XRG is an open source system monitor for Mac OS X. XRG allows you to monitor CPU activity, memory usage, battery status, machine temperature, network activity, disk I/O, current weather, and stock market data. The goal of XRG is to be a functional system monitor that has a clean and flexible interface, so it doesn't intrude on the rest of your Mac experience. XRG is designed to take as little CPU time as possible while still showing detailed graphs on system usage.

  • X-Chat Aqua

    X-Chat Aqua is a MacOS X IRC client. If you are familiar with XChat for UNIX/GTK+/X Windows, then you will be at home with X-Chat Aqua. X-Chat Aqua uses the IRC engine from XChat and has been designed to look and feel like XChat.

  • X11

    An implementation of the X Window System that makes it possible to run X11-based applications in Mac OS X. Based on the open source XFree86 project — the most common implementation of X11 — X11 for Mac OS X is compatible, fast, and fully integrated with Mac OS X. It includes the full X11R6.6 technology including an X11 window server, Quartz window manager, libraries, and basic utilities such as xterm.

  • XLD - X Lossless Decoder

    X Lossless Decoder (XLD) is the tool for Mac OS X that is able to decode the various 'lossless' formats. The supported audio files can be splitted into some tracks with cue sheet when decoding. It works on Mac OS X 10.3 and later.
    XLD supports the following formats:

    FLAC (.flac)
    Monkey's Audio (.ape)
    Wavpack (.wv)
    TTA (.tta)
    Apple Lossless (.m4a) [10.4 only]
    AIFF, WAV, etc

    Currently you can choose output format from WAVE,AIFF and Raw PCM. In addition, you can choose Ogg Vorbis, MPEG-4 AAC, MP3 (lame) and Apple Lossless in the GUI version.

  • XMLMate

    Check XML and XHTML documents for Well-Formedness and Validity while editing them in TextMate with support for DTD, W3C XML Schema, RELAX NG, Schematron, XInclude, XML Catalog, and XPath 2.0 Visualizer.

  • XMLmind

    XMLmind XML Editor is a validating XML editor featuring a word processor-like view.

  • XMeeting

    Super simple SIP client :)
    Mac style, it just works !

  • XQuartz

    The Xquartz project is an open-source effort to develop a version of the X.org X Window System that runs on Mac OS X. Together with supporting libraries and applications, it forms the X11.app that Apple has shipped with OS X since version 10.5.

  • Xcode

    Xcode is Apple Computer's integrated development environment for Mac OS X. It includes all the tools you need to create, debug, and optimize your own Universal applications, targeting both Intel and PowerPC platforms. At the heart of Xcode is a graphical workbench that tightly integrates a syntax-highlighting text editor, a robust build control system, a debugger, and the powerful GCC compiler capable of targeting both Intel and PowerPC regardless of host platform.

  • Xee

    An image browser with more features than Preview.app

  • Xmind

    An excellent mindmapping application - with a large number of options from allowing audio notes to fishbone charts. Pricey for the Pro version but discounts available on some sites - such as macupdate.com

  • Xslimmer

    Xslimmer reduces the disk space taken up by Universal Binary applications preserving just the Intel or PowerPC version.

    Xslimmer is a new and user-friendly way to size down your Universal Binary apps, without losing any of their functionality by removing the code inside the Universal Binaries that does not fit with your machine's architecture, a code that never gets executed and just wastes your disk space.

    In addition, Xslimmer can strip out unneeded languages. Safari is available in more than a dozen languages, Adium in more than 20. This is great, but how many of those do you need? Xslimmer allows you to select how many languages you want to preserve in your apps and will remove the rest, recovering lots of precious free space from your disk.

    Now fully Leopard compatible!

  • Xyle scope

    Xyle scope is an elegant analysis tool for everyone interested in web standards. It's like surfing the web with an X-ray view. Using Xyle scope you will deepen your understanding of XHTML and CSS, find out how your peers did it, and see your own work with fresh eyes.

    The synchronized views of Xyle scope let you easily focus on specific parts of the HTML or CSS sources, view the CSS Cascade and formatting box of HTML elements, and change CSS values in third party sites.

    Features

    • Immediate display of the HTML and CSS sources of the page being visited.
    • Automatic formatting of source files using an unlimited number of customizable CSS style sheets
    • Hierarchical navigation in HTML documents
    • WYSIWYG selection of HTML elements via clicking in the web page being displayed
    • Computation of the CSS cascade for each selected HTML element
    • Lists all HTML elements matching a given selector (e.g. by clicking on a selector in a CSS source file or the computed cascade)
    • Highlights the formatting box of each selected HTML element
    • Live changing of CSS values of any visited site
    • Smart groups and search function to filter large CSS files
    • DTD viewer to get details on the XHTML standard
  • YamiPod

    YamiPod is a freeware application to efficiently manage your iPod under Mac OS X, Windows and Linux. It can be run directly from your iPod and needs no installation. Take a look at the feature list to find out what it can do and feel free to suggest anything that might be missing.
    _

    FEATURES:
    > MP3 and AAC files can be copied to/from iPod
    > Built in music player
    > News RSS and podcasts to iPod upload
    > Growl support
    > Last.fm support
    > AND MUCH MORE..
    _

    (From www.yamipod.com)

  • Yank

    Yank is an all-purpose uninstaller for Mac OS X. Yank can create uninstaller files—called Yank Files—to uninstall any software and all its support files, no matter how it was installed.
    Other uninstaller products for the Mac use unreliable search technologies to locate and remove software. They rarely find all related files and never find files that programmers deliberately hide. Yank uses Matterform's new Sonar technology to log file system changes in real time, which lets Yank remove software reliably, safely and completely. Yank can create Yank files for any kind of installation: packages, custom installer programs and drag-and-drop installers.

  • YemuZip

    YemuZip is a simple, no-frills, easy-to-use application for making zip files. YemuZip sports Yellow Mug's signature intuitive user interface, and it is free of charge for personal use.

  • Yep

    Yep helps make important documents like receipts, medical records, income tax returns, bank statements and important letters more accessible. Often these documents are stored away in filing cabinets in a storage room, or crammed in desk drawers. MacUpdate loves Yep because it helps you scan these important documents into your Mac.

  • Yum

    Yum is a recipe collection manager for organising your own recipe collection.

  • Yummy FTP

    Yummy FTP was designed to deliver speedy and trouble-free file transfers, using a highly tuned multi-connection file transfer engine coupled with an intelligent recovery system to automatically handle most file transfer issues - so you don't have to!

    This is complimented by an elegant, easy to use dual pane user interface and an impressive feature set, with many unique and useful capabilities waiting to be discovered.

    Since its release Yummy FTP has built a reputation for being the fastest, most reliable, and most flexible FTP client available.

  • Zattoo

    Zattoo is a proprietary peer-to-peer Internet Protocol Television system ("P2PTV") with current focus on European channels. The service is available only in some European countries. Zattoo detects your country by your computer’s IP address, so you cannot choose which set of channels you want to watch, you only get the channels that are defined for your country.

    Note that the service may not be free everywhere (e.g. Spain) and not all services are free (e.g. "HD" TV).

  • Zeus Draw

    ZeusDraw is a new vector drawing program with a fluid, graceful interface, great brushes and a host of other features.

    30-day free trial.

    Fluid, Easy to Learn Interface
    Based on the Modern Mac Graphics System
    Better Brushes
    Better Path Tools
    Better Gradient Tool
    Better Color Picker
    Better Text
    Bitmaps and Stencil Bitmaps
    Power Copying
    Great Layout and Construction Aids
    Better Viewing Tools
    Soft Edges
    Actual Size Viewing
    No Size Limits
    Email from Within the Program
    Arrows and Dashes
    Tiled Output
    Bitmap and pdf/PostScript Export
    Eyedropper Tool
    PDF editing
    Complete Help Book

    Requires Mac OS X 10.3.9 or higher.

    ZeusDraw is a Universal Binary (Intel or PPC)

  • Zipeg

    Zipeg is a free Macintosh file utility for Mac OS X, that allows you to open and explore the contents of zip, rar and other types of archives quickly and easily. You can also preview files and images, then unzip or drag and drop the files you really want.

  • aTypeTrainer4Mac

    aTypeTrainer4Mac is a multilingual typing tutor for Mac OS X. It is an advanced version of TypeTrainer4Mac. All the system keyboard layouts (but not input methods!) as well as a wide variety of non-system keyboard layouts (i.e. Dvorak, Colemak or custom layouts being built using Ukelele) are completely or partially supported.

    You have to type a mixed-string of random characters. You can customize a character set at each of the 30 levels, and thus, you can control the learning process. You can also import texts from TextEdit, from Mail or from your web browser. Each session provides two run logs, one in RTFD format and one in HTML format. By default, you will find them on your desktop. In the Preferences, you can adjust a host of settings to make your typing exercises to your liking.

  • adobe acrobat

    PDF's

  • atMonitor

    atMonitor is the most advanced monitoring tool for Mac OS X that displays system activity in real-time. It is designed to allow quick assessment of computer's state, but it is powerful enough to make it a core utility in anyone's system troubleshooting toolkit.

    atMonitor offers a better alternative to Apple's own "Activity Monitor" and combines the best of the features of many other existing monitoring utilities. It also adds an extensive list of unique features of its own. In addition to the standard CPU, GPU, VRAM, FPS, Disk and Network info, atMonitor allows interaction with processes, setting up triggers, logging, purging RAM and much more.

    There are three different ways atMonitor can display the monitored values:
    - in the menu bar
    - in the floating window on the desktop
    - in the dock icon

  • beaTunes

    How well organized is your iTunes Library? Are your artists always spelled the same way? Any R.E.M. vs REM? beaTunes can easily fix this and other problems with its unique inspection feature (license required for applying one-click solutions).

    Could your last mix CD’s song order use some improvement? Let beaTunes re-arrange your playlist for you!

    Always wondered how you could take advantage of the BPM (beats per minute) field in iTunes? Let beaTunes fill in the blanks and help you while DJ’ing at your next party. Here are some more examples of what you can do with beaTunes:

    • Automatically determine BPM (beats per minute) and store the result in iTunes
    • Automatically import lyrics from Lyricsfly.com
    • Automatically detect the musical key your songs are in
    • Sort existing playlists so that matching songs succeed each other
    • Many more features
  • cMovie

    • minimum detail information for a movie
    • different information sites like ofdb.de and german.imdb.com
    • direct change in list
    • numbering with one click
    • smart user interface
    • sorting by clicking on table header
    • re-numbering of items
    • some nice GUI effects ;-)
    • finding duplicates within database
    • goto number
    • finding movies without image
    • special filter via movie details available (all with same category, ...)
    • sparkle support
    • save data as list (text export)
  • clicktoflash

    Safari/WebKit plugin that prevents loading of Flash content until you click it. Whitelist sites by holding the option key when clicking a flash box.

  • cloud.lic.io.us

    A Mac OS X dashboard widget that displays a cloud of your del.icio.us (delicious) tags. Once you've configured the widget with your del.icio.us username and password, it will retrieve all your tags and arrange them in the cloud. The cloud increases the visibility of your most popular tags by growing their font size and darkening their color. Clicking on a tag opens a side slider that contains all the links associated with that tag. Clicking on the link, in the slider, auto-magically opens your browser to that web-page.

  • coconutBattery

    coconutBattery isn't just a tool which shows you only the current charge of your battery - it also shows you the current maximum capacity of it in relation to the original capacity your battery had as it left the factory.

    You also get information about the battery-loadcycles (how often did you fully load your battery), the current charger (coconutBattery even warns you if you plugged in a wrong charger for your Notebook) and last but not least information about the age of your Mac.

    coconutBattery gives you all these information just in time because of it's live-feedback interface!

    Of course you are able to save the current maximum capacity of your battery - with just one click! coconutBattery uses Apple's new and really powerful technology named "CoreData" to realize this comfortable saving option.

  • coconutIdentityCard

    coconutIdentityCard is a small app that reads out where and when your Mac and your iPod were built by Apple.

  • cue-splitter

    "cue-splitter" is a small tool to split long MP3s using a CUE-file containing the filenames and splitpositions. This MP3s mostly are an album or a compilation which you have to split before you can burn it to a CD.

  • disclabel

    With DiscLabel you can create, print, & share CD labels, jewel case inserts, and DVD covers that look truly professional.

  • eMaps

    eMaps is a application for Mac OS X that allows users to interact with Google Mapsâ„¢ mapping service.

    It provides maps, satellite and street view imagery, driving directions, traffic info, local search for numerous countries around the world.

    Features include reverse geocoding service, the ability to create and export customized maps and save a default location view.

    Since version 2 eMaps allows you to save your favorite places in a dedicated menu.

  • ecto

    ecto is a cross-platform blogging client, supporting a wide range of weblog systems, such as Blogger, Blojsom, Drupal, MovableType, Nucleus, TypePad, WordPress, and more.

  • f.lux (stereopsis)

    Ever notice how people texting at night have that eerie blue glow?

    Or wake up ready to write down the Next Great Idea, and get blinded by your computer screen?

    During the day, computer screens look good—they're designed to look like the sun. But, at 9PM, 10PM, or 3AM, you probably shouldn't be looking at the sun.

    F.lux fixes this: it makes the color of your computer's display adapt to the time of day, warm at night and like sunlight during the day.

    It's even possible that you're staying up too late because of your computer. You could use f.lux because it makes you sleep better, or you could just use it just because it makes your computer look better.

    f.lux makes your computer screen look like the room you're in, all the time. When the sun sets, it makes your computer look like your indoor lights. In the morning, it makes things look like sunlight again.

    Tell f.lux what kind of lighting you have, and where you live. Then forget about it. F.lux will do the rest, automatically.

  • ffmpegX

    ffmpegX is a Mac OS X graphic user interface designed to easily operate more than 20 powerful Unix open-source video and audio processing tools including ffmpeg the "hyper fast video and audio encoder", mpeg2enc the open-source mpeg-2 encoder and multiplexer and mencoder the mpeg-4 encoder with subtitles support.

  • flickery

    Share.
    Share your photos with ease.
    Edit, add effects, tags, titles, descriptions and even locations to your photos and videos.

    Organize.
    Drag’n’drop simplicity.
    Organize your photos and videos in photosets or goups, add items you like to your favorites.

    Find.
    Searcheth and thou shalt find.
    Finding a particular shot has never been so easy. Either by text or by location, it is up to you!

    Locate.
    It’s all about location.
    With Google Maps integrated right into flickery, you can easily locate shots or search by location.

    Announce.
    Go, tell it on the mountains.
    Just uploaded new items? Found a great shot? Share it with iChat Theater, an eMail or twitter, right from within flickery.

    Enjoy.
    Built to please.
    Whether you want to view items quickly or in high-res fullscreen, flickery gives you all the options you need.

  • gDisk

    gDisk is a software that turns your GMail account into a portable hard drive so you can always have your important files accessible accross the Internet.

  • gSync

    Macness has released commercial version of gSync (gSync v1.0.4), which is a utility that allows you to simply synchronize Mac OSX iCal with Google Calendar. This version fixes some significant issues with duplicate handling and we hope brings a new level of stability with syncing up Google Calendars with Apple iCal Calendars.

    Please read Commercial demo license before you download, which can be found at http://www.macness.com .

    IMPORTANT: Always backup your Apple iCal Calendars and Google Calendars before installing and using gSync.

    To unlock the 30 day demo, you may now purchase gSync (Personal or Group license).

    Features

    • privacy: no 3rd party server, sync direct to Google and your iCal
    • choose: choose which iCal calendars to sync
    • schedule sync: choose to autosync
    • bi-directional: syncs between multiple iCal and multiple Google calendar with an override option
    • reuse SyncServices: our software is based on Apple’s SyncServices allowing us to potentially integrate with anything that uses this (e.g. iSync, etc...)
  • gnucash

    GnuCash is personal and small-business financial-accounting software, freely licensed under the GNU GPL and available for GNU/Linux, *BSD, Solaris and Mac OSX.

  • iAlertU

    iAlertU is an alarm system for the MacBook computers. Once it is running, you simply press and hold the "menu" button of the Apple Remote to activate it. Once activated, an alarm sound starts whenver the computer is moved (more triggers are available) and the only way to stop it is to use the same Apple Remote. It also uses the iSight to take snapshots of the "thief".

  • iBackup 2008

    iBackup is a powerful, yet very easy to use backup/restore tool for scheduled or manual backups of:
    * Files
    * Folders
    * Application settings (e.g. Firefox, Adobe applications, Google Earth, etc.)
    * System preferences like Time, Firewall, Bluetooth, etc.
    * System applications like Mail, Address Book, iChat, iTunes, Stickies, etc.

    iBackup supports Smart Folders, can create dated backup folders and Burn Folders, can run scripts and more. You can edit these settings and add your own.

    iBackup can backup to local or network volumes or to WebDAV servers.

  • iCal

    iCal allows you to choose between viewing your schedule by day, week or month. And it's easy to find things on your calendar using iCal's powerful search feature.
    iCal helps you organize your schedule by letting you create as many separate calendars as you need.
    At the click of a mouse, you can easily subscribe to any number of public calendars available on the Internet.

  • iCal Archiver

    If you've been using a Mac for years, you probably have hundreds or thousands of old events stored in iCal. All of that legacy data can bog down iCal and make it slow. And if you're syncing your calendars with others using BusySync, you're probably slowing them down too.
    You can significantly increase the performance of iCal by archiving these old events using iCal Archiver.
    iCal Archiver is a free utility that copies old events to an archive calendar and deletes them from the source calendar. The archive calendar can then be exported for safe keeping, and deleted from iCal. Once the old events have been deleted, iCal's database should be much smaller and require less memory, resulting in faster performance.

  • iCal Events

    Face the day! Always know what's next in your schedule using iCal Events. iCal Events displays upcoming events from multiple calendars in a beautiful, resizable widget for Dashboard. You can see up to two weeks of upcoming events in the same widget without needing to open iCal.

  • iChat

    Apple's chat client supporting AOL Instant Messenger and Jabber Instant Messenger clients.

  • iCoco

    iCoco is a fun and easy to use program that creates icons out of pictures, based on a template. You can make folder icons, harddisk icons, cd-rom icons with your favorite pictures on it. In fact you can make any shape, circle, star, characters and add any structure like bevel, dropshadow or highlight. A set of templates is included but you can make your own.

  • iConiCal

    iConiCal is a simple donationware utility for setting iCal's icon and dock icon to show the current date in a choice of colours.

  • iDMG

    Drag and drop operation to the icon, dock icon, set icon, file/folder or many folders.

    • Coverflow for multiple + Drag and Drop + Quicklook
    • Quicklook for the background image
    • Set background image
    • Set icons size
    • Smart resize the image
    • Sound on/off option
    • Compress level (0-9) for UDZO
    • Overwrite if image exists
    • Badge that counts the file on multiple operation
    • Encryption (AES128 || AES256)
    • Select where to save it, name or volume name
    • Mount on Creation
    • Internet enable
    • Many more features
  • iEatBrainz

    iEatBrainz is a MusicBrainz client for MacOS X. MusicBrianz is a song/album/artist catalog, that unlike CDDB and friends computes an audio-bound hash for each track, and matches that to the database.

    This is very useful for retagging MP3s.

  • iExtractMP3

    iExtractMP3 is an application that extracts MP3s from FLV files for Mac OS X 10.4 or higher.

  • iGTD

    Looking for a powerful GTD Mac organizer? Here it is!

    What is it for?

    You are a busy man, aren't you? And there's an easy way to track all things that have to be done... and to get those things done!

    Organize your life by contexts.

    Just divide your tasks by contexts - where they have to be done? At home? At your office? At laptop? At any time you can access the Internet?

    Organize your life by projects.

    Some of your tasks are related to your life projects. If you're a student, divide your school tasks by subjects. If you're a developer, organize your tasks and ideas by your software projects. You can also treat projects as categories for your tasks.

    You won't forget it if you drag it.

    You can drag all your browser links or Finder files to iGTD window. New task will be added immediately - with an adequate link. Just click 'open' - and there you go!

  • iLinkPod

    iLinkPod is first of all a unique tool that creates a permanent and direct access from your Desktop (and your iPod or wherever you want) to the hidden folders in which iPod stores your audio files. All this in the safest way, without modifying any file/folder or configuration file of the iPod! Direct access means that you'll access your previously hidden audio files directly from the Finder, while they remain hidden!

  • iMovie

    iMovie ’08 makes viewing and working with video as intuitive as enjoying your photos. A built-in library automatically organizes your video, so all the clips you’ve captured and movies you’ve created are just a click away. With its revolutionary interface, iMovie makes it quick and easy to browse your library and create new movies. And iMovie is built for sharing. In just a few steps, you can add movies to your website, publish them on YouTube, and create versions for iPod, iPhone, and Apple TV.

  • iOrganize

    An organization tool to store notes, text extracts, pictures... iOrganize features a very efficient search tool.

  • iPhoneDrive

    iPhoneDrive's familiar Mac OS X interface makes it simple to transfer files between your Mac and your iPhone. Just drag and drop files between the iPhoneDrive window and your desktop, or use the iPhoneDrive toolbar.

    Storing files on your iPhone enables you to use your iPhone to backup data or transfer between Macs.

    PhoneDrive also provides easy access to your iTunes media, photos, notes, SMS messages and call history. Simply drag music, videos, notes and phone data from the iPhone to your desktop or just double-click to copy.

  • iPhoto

    iPhoto for Mac lets you do more than you ever thought possible with your photos. It gives you easy ways to find, sort, and rediscover your favorites. Simple but powerful editing tools let you turn good shots into magnificent ones. And you can share your photos in all kinds of great ways, including fun slideshows, Facebook, and Twitter — even professional-quality prints, photo books, cards, and calendars. iPhoto isn’t just a collection of pictures. It’s a collection of possibilities.

  • iPick

    Color picker and matcher that converts colors to HTML Hex Values.
    Useful for web designers and developers to compare colors and find compatible colors when making color schemes.

  • iSale

    iSale is a Mac application that simplifies the listing and managing of auctions on eBay.

    One of the many features of iSale is that you can use beautiful templates to create money-making auctions.

    iSale is an eBay Certified Application and won the Apple Design Award 2006 in the most competitive category "Best Mac OS X User Experience".

  • iScrobbler

    An alternative to the bloat-ware that is the "official" last.fm client.

    Features:

    • Integrated iPod support.
    • Local Scrobble lists and profile charts.
    • Minimal or full detail interface - your choice.
    • Stable and lightweight.
    • Lots of other goodies.
  • iShowU

    iShowU allows you to capture and record anything you can see on your screen, along with audio from any compatible source. Ever been in the situation where you wanted to show someone what was going on, but couldn't? Either the person is not right next to you, not around, in another country (the list goes on). Now just record what you're doing and what you want to say, and stick it in an email!

  • iStat nano

    iStat nano is a stunning system monitor widget with beautifully animated menus and transitions.

    View detailed stats about CPU usage, memory usage, hard drive space, bandwidth usage, temperatures, fan speeds, battery usage, uptime and the top 5 processes. iStat nano also shows your public IP address, which be can copied to your clipboard using one of the many keyboard shortcuts.

  • iStopMotion

    iStopMotion is the ideal supplement for your Digital Hub. Used by educators, professional and amateur film makers all over the world to create astonishing work, iStopMotion is the tool of choice for Stop Motion Animation (aka. Claymation) and Time Lapse Recording.

  • iTerm

    iTerm is a full featured terminal emulation program written for OS X using Cocoa. We are aiming at providing users with best command line experience under OS X. The letter i represents a native Apple look and feel of the program interface, and an emphasis on complete international support.

  • iTunes

    iTunes is a free application for Mac and PC. It plays all your digital music and video. It syncs content to your iPod, iPhone, and Apple TV. And it’s an entertainment superstore that stays open 24/7.

  • iTunes Publisher

    iTunes Publisher lets you export your iTunes playlist or library to a HTML document, tabbed-text, QTSS playlist or a M3U playlist.

  • iTunes Statistician

    iTunes Statistician is a simple utility that allows you to see statistics about your iTunes listening habits. It will show you your most played song, artist, album and genre, as well as how many songs, and how much time, you have listened to.

  • iWeb

    Use iWeb to create websites and blogs — complete with podcasts, photos, and movies — and get them online, fast. Just drag, drop, and design using your choice of web templates, then publish live to your .Mac account.

  • icompta

    iCompta is an application that lets you manage your personal accounts with ease.

    You can add as many accounts as you like and each account can have its own currency.

    You can sort and filter operations by date, type, kind or description for example and make statistics on your incomes and expenses.

    You can show a graph of the balance evolution of an account and even have a forecast for the next months.

    iCompta also lets you validate operations which are on your bank reports and therefore check that you are up to date with your accounts.

    You can also make funds transfers between accounts.

    iCompta is open and can import / export files in the following formats :

    iCompta tab separated text file
    QIF
    OFX

    Last, iCompta lets you deal with shared operations so that you finally know who owes what to who.

  • imakeprofile

    The profile maker is a tool to help you build your profile on iusethis, and to keep your machine in sync with the profile. When you run it, it will send a list for your installed applications to our server, and then allow you various ways to view the profile data, download apps you are missing, or mark apps you are using.

    Thanks to Rob Mientjes for making the icon!

  • img2icns

    Img2icns is a simple, quick application to convert images to icons or icons to images, keeping them orderly filed and ready to use.

    Creating Icon can't be easier!

    Creating an icon is just as easy as drag'n'dropping one or more images on to Img2icns and choosing an export format - the same goes for creating images from icons.

    Img2icns is available in a free lite version and a 12,90$ pro version.

    changes in 1.1 version

    • Favicon are now in .ico format, this address an incompatibility with Internet Explorer 7 or greater.
    • Image export now have a slider for setting the size of the images (also features in history export).
    • Favicon and iPhone icon are now named with the standard names (favico.ico and apple-touch-icon.png).
    • Badge menu is now more easy to spot, and wont appear if there is only one image.
    • Correct a bug that afflicted folder icons when created from png (generation of black 48×48 icons).
    • Added Italian, German, Japanese and Chinese translation.
  • iusethis Icon Extractor

    This utility allows you to easily extract icons from apps and other files, and stores them on your Desktop in a format suitable for usage on iusethis.com. Icon design by the terrific Rob Mientjes.

  • kuler

    Browse and search color themes from Adobe's "kuler" web application.

  • lilill

    lilill is a Little OS X Application that makes using menubar extras fun. It is optimized for use on laptops, especially the 12" & 13" models where menubar extra space is at a premium. We believe in using menubar extras, and are frustrated when we can't see them all due to limited horizontal screen space and overly aggressive menus in applications.

    When you make lilill the active application, all you see is its name. No help menu, no edit or window menus. Just a simple thin name with TONS of space to see all those previously hidden menubar extras.

  • ltjBPM

    A lightweight BPM counter with iTunes integration.

  • meinKOPP

    ScreenCast

    meinKOPP (German for myHEAD)
    is a fast, very clean and easy to use application to track, store and manage and export all the notes, tasks, snippets, links, images and to-do lists your real head will forget. You can tag them to fast find what you need.

    Now you can have the portable version of meinKOPP. The portable version runs from every USB Stick (Thumbdrive), every extern HD and even from a Net-Drive. So you can have all your notes and todo-lists with you. Any time and any place. Independent from Mac, Account, Rights and .Mac. You don't have to manage different list on different Macs, you can even store your notes without the privileges to install applications on your working Mac…

    There are a lot of GTD-Applications out there
    – but meinKOPP can be unique.
    Because every application can be individual build for its owner.
    So the Application can have your name (or every name you want to have) and can have your own unique icon. meinKOPP is called Michaels Kopp and has got my avatar as icon and your application could have your name and your icon (a picture, an avatar, your favicon, ...)

  • mi

    mi is a text editor to write HTML source, C language source, and so on. It supports your editing by many features such as keyword colorize feature. mi is a freeware. Please distribute this freely. But, I keep my copyright of this software. Even if you lost any data or something by using this software, distributer and I are not responsible for it.

  • mini$

    mini$ is a miniature sized money manager that features simplicity and power in a small package.

    Other languages available from:

    http://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/25726/mini$

  • muCommander

    muCommander is a lightweight, cross-platform file manager featuring a Norton Commander style interface and running on any operating system with Java support (Mac OS X, Windows, Linux...). Some key features are: Virtual filesystem with FTP, SFTP, SMB and HTTP/HTTPS support; quickly copy, move, rename files, create directories, email files; browse, create and uncompress ZIP, TAR and GZip archives; universal bookmarks.

  • myBlogEdit

    myBlogEdit is 'Featured Download' at apple.com.

    myBlogEdit is an easy-to-use weblog editor focusing on the most important functions for blogger with easy to use features and a clean user interface. Why should you hinder yourself by using the slow and hard-to-use webinterface WordPress comes with, if you could do it with style and comfort of a real Mac application.

    myBlogEdit gives you the freedom to work on your articles offline - whenever and wherever you want. With myBlogEdit it's so easy to integrate pictures, without using a special application or thinking about the correct HTML code.

    You can customize myBlogEdit to fit perfectly your needs and preferences. myBlogEdit supports all major weblog engines like WordPress, TypePad, MovableType, ExpressionEngine and compatible…

    myBlogEdit supports multiple accounts, has an integrated fast media/file manger with file preview and one of the best features is the smooth resizing, formatting and uploading of images with just one single click - so in most cases there is no need for Photoshop or Pixelmator - just choose the image, select size, style - upload it and you're done…

    myBlogEdit also supports advanced features like the automatically generation of excerpts or 'custom fields' in WordPress, has an integrated full featured HTML editor with gorgeous syntax-coloring and spellcheck, search/replace, HTML tag templates and keyboard shortcuts and a lot more nifty features…

  • myLicenses

    Store, track and mange your licenses. Licenses for software, services and tools - allocatable to different Macs. Available as portable application - so you can have your licenses with you…

    • Secure encrypted database
    • Password-protected
    • Drag & Drop Licenses into open license-dialogs
    • Copy to clipboard
    • AutoSave
    • Affix those stupid license files
    • Apply Icon with one click
  • myNotes

    Note manager for the rest of us. Create, organize and share notes and clippings, keep to-do lists or write a book with myNotes. Sync notes onto your iPod or print them utilizing beautiful customizable themes. Contact your friends with a mouse click.
    And all of that with unprecedented ease of use and sexy user interface.

  • myWeblog

    myWeblog is an easy-to-use weblog editor focusing on the most important functions for blogger with easy to use features and a clean user interface. Why should you hinder yourself by using the slow and hard-to-use webinterface WordPress comes with, if you could do it with style and comfort of a real Mac application.

    myWeblog gives you the freedom to work on your articles offline - whenever and wherever you want. With myWeblog it's so easy to integrate pictures, without using a special application or thinking about the correct HTML code.

    · WordPress & MetaWeblog API
    · intuitive interface
    · manage and publish both - entries and pages
    · timed publication
    · custom image styles
    · automatically create 'the_excerpt'
    · live preview, word count and Quick Look witch custom CSS
    · built in webbrowser (incl. bookmarks and history)
    · templates for recurring articles
    · usable as portable application
    · syncale with iDisk (Dropbox)
    · great import/export features
    · HTML editor with gorgeous syntax-coloring and spellcheck, search/replace
    · support for 'WordPress Custom Fields'
    · convert, scale images and create thumbnails
    · automatically use image URL as 'Custom Field'
    · support of all available WP control options (e.g. Keywords)
    · HTML tag templates and keyboard shortcuts
    · smart upload of files and images
    · easily create links
    · full local control of remote entries (incl. download & editing)
    · a lot more nifty features…

  • namebench

    Are you a power-user with 5 minutes to spare? Do you want a faster internet experience?

    Try out namebench. It hunts down the fastest DNS servers available for your computer to use. namebench runs a fair and thorough benchmark using your web browser history, tcpdump output, or standardized datasets in order to provide an individualized recommendation. namebench is completely free and does not modify your system in any way. This project began as a 20% project at Google.

  • rubiTrack

    rubiTrack is an activity tracking and exercise journal software for the Mac. Whether you are running, cycling, swimming, hiking, lifting weights or doing yoga, rubiTrack is there for you!

    rubiTrack reads tracks from GPS enabled fitness devices like the Garmin Forerunner and Edge, GPSs like fēnix or Colorado, Suunto Ambit and T6 and many many more.

    rubiTrack displays your activities on a map and in a chart. You can organize activities, compare them visually, analyze data like heart rate, speed, pace and more.

    rubiTrack tracks your training achievements and best marks over time. You can plan events, monitor your weight, fitness and health and manage your equipment.

  • shootShifter

    A small workflow-example

    Two guys made photos from the same event:
    - G1: old camera with small memory cards -> three folders, each with imagenames "DSC00001 - DSC00xxx".
    - G2: modern camera -> one folder with imagenames "P1010741 - P1010xxx".
    Both camera-dates where not synchronized, so the images are in the wrong order when imported into iPhoto, for example.

    So, let's fix this mess ... launch shootShifter and drag the folders onto the app.

    Thumbnails for all images are created and displayed in chronological order.
    You can click on individual images to view them in the more detailed preview-drawer.
    Select one of the folders to make it the active one (the thumbnails are moved a few pixels up)

    Now you can move this active folder in time. Either by modifying the changes-interface in the right-hand drawer, or by simply dragging around one of its thumbnails.

    After dropping the thumbnail you can verify the amount of the changes and the new order of all the images. If everything is correct, you can save these changes.

    Be sure to verify and adjust the renaming options and then press the "Continue" button.

    You are done. All the imagedates are correct and the pics are named in a way that you can store them easily in one folder.

  • smcFanControl

    FanControl lets the user adjust the minimum speed of the built in fans. So you can increase the minimum speed to make your Intel Mac run cooler, as well as monitor temperature and fan speed.

  • svnX

    SvnX allows you to browse your working copies, spot changes and operate on them but also to browse logs and revisions of your repositories.

    Features:

    • Repository Inspector:
      • Browse logs, revisions and directories in a single window.
      • Drag&drop between the repository browser and the Finder ! (both ways!)
      • svn checkout, svn export, svn import, svn switch, svn copy, svn mkdir and svn delete support.
      • FileMerge integration.
      • Disk cache for impressive speed!
    • Working Copy Inspector:
      • Flat view / hierarchical view.
      • Items sorting/filtering/searching.
      • Operate svn actions on selected items.
      • svn Move/Copy via drag&drop in hierarchical view.
      • svn rename.
      • Save your favorite working copies in a panel.
  • unpkg

    This utility simply unpacks all the files in a package.

  • xBench

    xBench is a free program to judge the speed of your computer. It looks at CPU, graphics, disk read/write speeds, among others to give you a single score you can compare to other users.

  • xScope

    xScope is a powerful set of tools for designers that are ideal for measuring, aligning and inspecting on-screen graphics and layouts. The software consists of seven tools in one:

    • Dimensions - Find the size of anything on screen instantly
    • Rulers - On-screen rulers that measure distances and angles
    • Screens - A dynamic view of smaller screen sizes & browser content areas
    • Loupe - A magnifying glass that gives you a close-up view of your work
    • Guides - Markers for precise horizontal and vertical alignment
    • Frames - Markers for precise width, height & origin alignment
    • Crosshair - Finds the exact location on screen
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