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In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting Pagico. The developer describes Pagico as a personal database that combines resource management and task management into one streamlined platform, which allows you to manage tasks and resources (notes, files and lists, etc) in projects and contact profiles. Pagico also provides unparalleled classification features for your projects, so that categorizing and locating your content is easier than ever.

Read on for more information and screenshots!

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It’s been over a year since we started reviewing Mac apps here at Mac.AppStorm and in that time we’ve come across some pretty damn nice looking app icons. I decided to go on a quick trawl of our archives to put together the cream of the crop for a super quick showcase of great icon design. Check them out below and of course if you see something you like, just click through to see our Mac.AppStorm review! (more…)

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When I reviewed Together a couple of months ago, several commenters noted its similarity to Yojimbo, and suggested that we take a look. Of course I’d heard of Yojimbo before: it’s one of those near-legendary apps that the Great and the Good of the Mac world seem to swear by. It turns up fairly often on one of my favourite blogs, The Setup.

But for some reason, I’ve never given Yojimbo much more than a cursory glance. I’ve downloaded it once or twice and run it for a while each time, but it’s never stuck for me. I was aware of some complaints about the speed of development of Yojimbo – it seemed to have been standing still for quite some time.

But then version 2.0 arrived (quite suddenly, and without much fanfare). The changes implemented in the new version seem to have done the trick for many people – some who had started wondering about other, similar products (Together, DevonThink, VoodooPad, etc.) returned to the fold. And I decided it was time for me to have a proper look too…

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Every time I find an application that I really like, I immediately check out the other applications from the same developer. You’ll find that more often than not, there is a theme (visual or practical) that ties all their applications together in such a way that if you like one of them, you’ll probably like a few others as well.

Today we’ll take a look at some of my favorite Mac software developers. Some of them have created incredibly popular software while others are fairly obscure. You can be sure that all of the Mac and iPhone developers below have immense talent and at least one or two apps worth downloading.

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In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting Radium. The developer describes Radium as an internet radio player that’s designed from the ground up to be simple, intuitive, and lightweight. With its powerful search, thousands of supported stations (including Sirius/XM and DI.fm/Sky.fm Premium), and the ability to add your own streams, Radium will change the way you listen to internet radio.

Read on for more information and screenshots!

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Live Interior 3D Pro is a powerful and feature-rich application for designing and building both the interior and basic exterior of a home. Though the graphics are by no means photorealistic, there are some primitive rendering capabilities that make it fairly easy to create impressive images.

This review will give a quick breakdown of the UI and features available in Live Interior 3D Pro and conclude with a few thoughts on the strengths and weaknesses of the application.

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In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting Folx. The developer describes Folx as an internet download manager and a torrent client for Mac OS X with a friendly and stylish interface. Because it splits downloads into several threads and offers broken download resumption, downloading files or torrents with Folx is faster and easier than with a web browser.

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Time Machine is one of Apple’s greatest inventions – instead of dreading backups and regretting not having one when your disk fails, you can now just switch to your backup disk and restore it.

But as comfortable as the backing up itself is, it can still be tricky to find the one file you are needing. That’s where Back-In-Time comes in. This handy little tool allows you to dive into your (and not just your own) backups and quickly get what you need.

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Your search for that new wallpaper just got a whole lot easier! Everyone loves a great wallpaper to up the visual awesomeness of your machine. So here’s a collection of 50 of the best I’ve found on the net! Thanks to these wallpapers, your desktop is guaranteed to kick much more ass than before. So relax and pick a design that you suits you!

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