Thank you to everyone who entered last week’s competition to win a copy of VoodooPad or Pathfinder. They’re both great applications in their respective fields, and I’m pleased to announce that the winners have been chosen!
The two lucky VoodooPad winners are:
- Wes Crockett
- Francisco Queiroga
And the ten recipients of a Pathfinder license are:
- Bruno Moniz
- Ramon Barrios Lascar
- George Calderon
- Il maistro
- David F
- Lucas Dohmen
We have recently reviewed VoodooPad – a place to dump all your information, no matter how obscure. The application is elastic, and can stretch to meet your needs, and shrink accordingly.
Pathfinder featured in our roundup of Finder alternatives, coming out as the most powerful and full-featured of those on offer.
Entering is simple. All you need to do is:
- Post a link to this competition – either on your website, or via Twitter
- Leave a comment, letting me know where you posted the link!
The competition will run for one week, and we’ll randomly select three winners on Wednesday 9th September. Good luck!
The Finder is an excellent file browser that keeps getting better and better with every new version of OS X. However, many Mac users find OS X’s default file browser to be lacking in a few essential features like tabs, a dual window view, fast loading image previews, etc. As a result, several third party file browsers have sprung up bringing a lot of innovation to the table.
This article will briefly introduce five alternatives to the Finder. I’ll go over each app’s unique features and shortcomings so you can decide which solution works best for you.