I’m a big fan of 1Password, and find it to be one of the most useful day-to-day utilities I use on my Mac. It can help save the headache of needing to remember every password, speed up the process of filling in repetitive forms, and automatically generate remarkably secure login credentials.
We have two full licenses to give away today, so read on for more information about the 1Password and how to enter!
Bento is a “personal database” solution for OS X, suited to any number of different tasks. It’s very versatile, and could be used for anything from managing contacts to planning events. It integrates well with the iLife suite, can import/export data to various other OS X applications, and has a fully functional iPhone companion app.
We have five full licenses to give away, so read on for more information about the app, and to find out how to enter!
For those of us that want to make small, personal websites without requiring the knowledge to code, iWeb is an absolutely wonderful solution. However, as you become more proficient with this application which comes pre-installed on every Mac, you’ll find that it’s feature set can be limiting to say the least.
Below is a selection of six different iWeb add-ons which all expand the capabilities of iWeb. Each add-on is quite different to the next (and a few have been outdated by improvements in the latest version of iWeb) but read on to see if any of these are for you.
We’re helping you to stay organised today, with three copies of the wonderful Hazel up for grabs. Hazel is a handy utility for creating rules to organise your files. It can automatically move certain types of file to certain folders, help correctly remove applications, assist with emptying the trash, and can even ensure your iLife library is automatically up-to-date.
We have three full licenses to give away, so read on for more information about the app, and to find out how to enter!
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We’re sticking with the subject of email today, with five copies of Mailplane to give away. Mailplane is a desktop counterpart for your Gmail account, merging the benefits and functionality of Gmail with the convenience and speed of a desktop application.
Read on for more information about the app, and to find out how to enter!
Postbox aims to bring email into the 21st Century, with fast searching, improved organisation, and smarter views for displaying links, attachments and media. It’s a welcome alternative to Mail.app, though still retains the style and simplicity of Apple’s email client.
We have a mammoth ten copies to give away today, so read on for more information about the app, and to find out how to enter!
Flow is a fantastic FTP (File Transfer Protocol) application that is set apart from the crowd by it’s beautiful interface that integrates well with the system scheme. The application feels native to the Mac OS X and is very easy to use – much like Finder.
This review will give you an in-depth look at the features that Flow offers as well as how it stacks up to various competitors. Flow was developed by the team over at extendmac and sells for the fantastic price of $25. Currently it is available for Mac OSX 10.5 and above.
RapidWeaver is a visual website design application for OS X with a comprehensive range of features and a decent set of themes. Whether you’re a complete beginner or feel fairly confident with HTML, it can go a long way towards making your life easier when designing a website.
We have three copies to give away today, so read on for more information about the app, and to find out how to enter!