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I’d like to take a moment to say a big thank you to this week’s sponsor, Twitterrific. I absolutely love every application that the Iconfactory produce, and this is no exception. It’s thoughtfully designed, beautiful to look at, and a pleasure to use.

If you’re growing tired with sparse updates to the official Twitter client (or the gradual integration of ads), look no further than Twitterrific. It’s a great alternative to the official Twitter client, and performs far better in many areas.

It supports multiple accounts, multiple windows, translation, a unified timeline, themes, and full keyboard control throughout. The latest release, version 4, was a huge update which brought a range of new functionality and a clean, minimal design.

You can buy Twitterrific on the Mac App Store, download the free version, or check out our in-depth review. I’m a huge fan, and really can’t recommend this app highly enough. Go try it out!

I’d like to take a moment to say a big thank you to this week’s sponsor, Ensoul. With this nifty Mac app, you can create beautiful iPhone backgrounds and contact images with just a few clicks, work in a gorgeous interface, and transfer everything to your iPhone easily. Meet your iPhone’s new beauty advisor!

We were admittedly sceptic the first time we heard of Ensoul. I know my way around Photoshop fairly well, and didn’t think that I’d need such an app; after all, why spend money on something that you can do already with your own tools?

But after trying Ensoul for just a couple of minutes, it became clear to me that this app really is worth the $9.99. It’s incredibly easy to use, removing the need to think about screen resolution, cropping, resizing, or even transferring the images to your phone. It’s a breeze to use.

Add to that the ease with which you can assign photos to your contacts, and Ensoul is the perfect app for those of you who like to personalize your iPhone and enjoy the process thoroughly!

Take a look at Ensoul on the Mac App Store, or check out our in-depth review!

I’d like to take a moment to say a big thank you to this week’s sponsor, Jumsoft. In particular, their latest release of Keynote Themes. This is a fantastic selection of fifteen beautifully hand crafted themes for Apple’s Keynote, designed to make your presentations stand out from the crowd.

The whole pack includes 15 themes: from the clear and crisp “Subtle Mind”, to the cold, stylish “Glossy Metal” and the richly-textured “Nostalgia”. Each theme includes 50 master slides – a mix of bullet, text, and photo-oriented layouts – plenty of versatility for any presentation.

If you’d like to find out more, be sure to visit the official Keynote Themes site, and take a look at what’s on offer. The full collection of 15 themes is available to buy now for $79. Definitely worth considering if you’re a regular Keynote user!

We’d like to say a big thank you to this month’s Mac.AppStorm sponsors, and the great software they create! If you’re interested in advertising, you can purchase a banner advertisement through BuySellAds, or sign up for a Weekly Sponsorship slot.

We still have a few Weekly Sponsorship positions available in March, so act fast to get your slot booked in now!

Thank you to the fantastic applications we had sponsoring each week during the month, all of which we personally recommend you download and try out!

  • Smaller – Smaller is a graphical user interface for YUI Compressor on the Mac. It helps you batch minify CSS and JavaScript files, and is the perfect tool for web designers and developers.
  • PDFpen – If you regularly work with (or need to edit) PDF documents, PDFpen can be an absolute life saver. It has a friendly, easy-to-use interface, with a feature set that rivals that of Acrobat Pro.
  • gNotifier – gNotifier is a multi account, multi service notification application for Google Apps and Gmail. Priced at $4.99, it shows notifications for your Google Apps services right on your Desktop.
  • Projector – Projector is designed to keep track of tasks in a project, handle a budget, and plan your time. It provides everything you need for professional project management.

Finally, thanks to you for reading AppStorm this month, and for checking out the software that our sponsors create. I really appreciate it – you make the site what it is!

I’d like to take a moment to say a big thank you to our weekly sponsor, Projector.

Projector is designed to keep track of tasks in a project, handle a budget, and plan your time. It provides everything you need for professional project management, whether that’s for construction projects, complex media activities or detailed time schedules.

You can create in-depth Gantt charts, handle multiple people working on a project, and much more. If you manage a team of people, this is a great way to keep a project on track using your Mac. There are plenty of export options available as well, including the ability to send a project to the iPad app!

Now available at the lower price of $49.99, Projector is available through the Mac App Store or you can download a trial directly from the Projector website. Take a look, and let us know what you think!

I’d like to take a moment to say a big thank you to our weekly sponsor, gNotifier.

gNotifier is a multi account, multi service notification application for Google Apps and Gmail. Priced at $4.99, it shows notifications for your Google Apps services (Google Docs, GMail and Google Calendar), right on your Desktop.

The app will let you know when someone shares or modifies a document in Google Docs, notifies you of incoming email, and can even launch an alarm as a reminder for one of your Google Calendar events. It’s pretty versatile, and offers a big step up from the default notifier provided by Google.

Working with multiple accounts is also a big bonus, and something that sets it apart from many of the other apps out there.

If you’re a dedicated Google Apps user, I’d definitely recommend taking gNotifier for a spin to see whether it can make your life easier!

I’d like to take a moment to say a big thank you to our fantastic weekly sponsor, PDFpen.

If you regularly work with (or need to edit) PDF documents, PDFpen can be an absolute life saver. It has a friendly, easy-to-use interface, with a feature set that rivals that of Acrobat Pro. Make changes to PDF documents with ease, replace text, add your signature to a contract, automatically perform OCR, merge pages, hide sensitive information, and much more.

You can pick up the standard version for $59.95, or opt for PDFpenPro which includes powerful tools for converting a website into a multi-page PDF, creating PDF forms, and automatically building a table of contents ($99.95).

Whether you only edit a few PDFs a month, or consider it a daily task, I can’t recommend PDFpen highly enough. It’s a purchase you won’t regret.

Smile have been kind enough to set up a coupon code just for our readers. Just use the code APPSTORMPDF when checking out, and you’ll receive a 20% discount off PDFpen or PDFpenPro.

This is good for either a single user license, or a family pack (which covers home use for up to 5 computers). It’s only valid until the 20th February, so act soon!

I’d like to take a moment to say a big thank you to our weekly sponsor, Smaller.

Smaller is a graphical user interface for YUI Compressor on the Mac. It helps you batch minify CSS and JavaScript files with a nice drag and drop interface, and is the perfect tool for web designers and developers who don’t want to delve into the command line.

Simply drag and drop a file, or a folder, and Smaller will intelligently grab all the CSS and JavaScript files from that location. You can also tweak various preferences; append a new file ending, choose whether to overwrite the original file, and adjust a few JavaScript-specific settings.

Smaller is priced at $15, and you can download a 30 day trial to take it for a test run. It’s a wonderfully simple and convenient application, and worth every cent if this is an operation you perform on a regular basis.

We’d like to say a big thank you to this month’s Mac.AppStorm sponsors, and the great software they create! If you’re interested in advertising, you can purchase a banner advertisement through BuySellAds, or sign up for a Weekly Sponsorship slot.

Thank you to the fantastic applications we had sponsoring each week during the month, all of which we personally recommend you download and try out!

  • LittleSnapper – This is a wonderful application for collecting, organising, and sharing inspiring snippets and images you come across on the web.
  • Jumsoft Pages Templates – These are a great way to spruce up your collection of pre-built Pages designs, and some of the new graphical layouts are really gorgeous.
  • Courier – This fantastic piece of software makes it easy to quickly share files, images, photos, movies, and more with all your favourite online services – including Flickr and Facebook.
  • Postbox – The latest release of Postbox brings an array of fantastic functionality, some of which we covered a few weeks ago. This includes a unified inbox, account groups, improved conversation views, and “Quick Actions” for replying to messages.

Thanks for reading AppStorm this month, and for checking out the software that our sponsors create. I really appreciate it.

I’d like to take a moment to say a big thank you to our weekly sponsor, Wallpaper Wizard. If you’re the type of person that likes to keep their desktop wallpaper fresh, this new Mac App Store offering may be right up your street.

The great thing about Wallpaper Wizard is that it’s a one-stop wallpaper dashboard. You can flick through thousands of high-resolution wallpapers that are all ready to use, immediately apply them, or add them to a regular rotation through your favourite images (it’s also possible to upload your own wallpapers for other people to use).

On the whole, I was really impressed with the range of wallpapers available through the app. There are some stunning images, and it’s not hard to find something that suits your taste.

Wallpaper Wizard is priced at $9.99, and is available now on the Mac App Store. Be sure to take a look and let us know what you think!

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