If you are looking for a Mac OS X application launcher for quickly accessing recently closed apps, then try AppsBar. Unlike the common apps that can be launched from the Menu Bar or Dock, AppsBar positions itself on top of the screen and lets your desktop slide down to reveal recently closed apps. Closed apps are automatically added to the bar and can be launched with ease.
HotKeys is a free app for iPad and Mac, which allows using an iPad device as a keyboard shortcuts panel for Mac OS X. Considering the fact that many people use iPad as a companion device for OSX, the HotKeys app can further add to increasing productivity for users by making iPad as a tool to execute OS X hotkeys. This app comes with two pre-configured key packs, including one Continue Reading →
After the tremendous success of my compilation of 50 Handy Applications For Ubuntu & Other Linux Operating Systems, I decided to create a similar post for our Mac readers. The below mentioned applications might not be the most famous apps for Mac OS X users however, they are likely to be of good use. These application are not listed in any particular order and the objective of this post is Continue Reading →
App Bar is a Mac OS X application, which operates from both the system dock and Mac menu bar. This makes it easy to access applications from a menu bar or system dock via a comprehensive quick list. The concept behind App Bar is to provide the quickest way possible to find and open any application launched from your Status Bar or Mac Dock.
MenuSearch is a free Mac OS X application which adds a search utility to the Mac Menu Bar. It supports a number of Internet search engines including: Google Yahoo Bing Wikipedia Daum (Korean) Naver (Korean) Baidu (Chinese) Yandex (Russian) The search history can also be displayed and the search field made semi-transparent in the menubar. You can search the web quickly using a hotkey, such as Control-S to speed up Continue Reading →
One of the most inconvenient iOS inspired feature of Mac OS X Lion is reverse scrolling. Which means that when you scroll up to actually move down the page and vice versa. If you want to restore the natural scrolling in Mac OS X Lion, you can disable reverse scrolling from System Preferences. However, you may wish to enable reverse scrolling behavior before using trackpad or magic mouse. Scroll Reverser is Continue Reading →
Docker is a free Mac OS X application which lets you fully customize your dock by accessing hidden dock settings and allows to choose a larger range of dock sizes, extra animation options and much more. Unlike other dock tweaking tools, Docker caters to almost everything related with the dock which includes Dock Style, Icons, Indicator Style, 2D and 3D Dock Style, docked application separator, magnified size of items in Continue Reading →
Tab For Google+ is a Mac application which bring the Google+ web user interface to the Mac desktop. This application is designed to replicate the Google Plus mobile version for a more compact display and therefore, it does not consume too much desktop space. Considering the simplicity of options which it provides, Tab for Google+ is the ultimate Mac client for all your Google+ needs.As one can easily keep an Continue Reading →