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Snapselect, A Photo Sharing App For Quickly Organizing Images to Save on Disk Space

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Snapselect is a new photo sharing app for the Mac created by MacPhun that helps users sort through and quickly organize all of the images they’ve shot. The app automatically groups similar images and duplicates, while offering a quick way to sort through bad pictures and share good ones through social media. Take as many […]

Art+Tech: Sunday MASS art dance party taps Mac apps for 3D projection mapping

San Francisco artist Elliott C. Nathan has been collaborating with visual effects designers and DJs to host an ongoing Sunday Mass dance party throughout 2014. Behind the art, there's a series of Mac and mobile iOS apps working to enhance visuals and organize the event.

This Ex-Apple Engineer's New App Turns Your iPad Into A Second Display For Your Mac

Duet Display is an app designed to get you some extra use out of your iPad. Instead of letting your iPad collect dust when you're not using it, Duet Display turns your iPad into a second display for your Mac, using the iPad's charging chord to connect to your computer. Show More Summary

How to download Apple’s iWork apps on older Macs for free

If you bought a Mac from 2013 on, you can download the iWork suite of apps — Pages, Keynote, and Numbers — from the Mac App Store absolutely free. But what if you bought an older Mac? You have to … Read more ›

Customize Almost Anything On Your Mac With EasySIMBL

EasySIMBL just might be the best free Mac app you’ve never heard of. It lets you run user-submitted extensions to your favourite applications, not to mention OS X itself. From hiding the menubar when certain applications are open toShow More Summary

'Papers, Please' Hits the App Store, Pixel Nudity Not Included

Originally release on PC in late 2013, and Mac/Linux in early 2014, Lucas Pope's Papers, Please [$5.99 (HD)] is an incredibly well received indie game where you play as an officer working at a border checkpoint in the dystopian country of Arstotzka. Gameplay involves checking the documents of people trying to enter the country, and

Apple relents, restores Transmit for iOS’s ‘Send To’ feature

On Monday, we reported that Apple has yanked Transmit from the App Store over a weird iCloud Drive rule. The app, from beloved Mac and iOS developer Panic, allowed you to upload content from iCloud Drive, which is seemingly obvious … Read more ›

Automate your iOS life with Workflow

In the beginning, there was DeskConnect. It was an amazing set of apps that gave the pre-iOS 8/Yosemite world the ability to do AirDrop-style transfers between Macs (and PCs) and iOS devices. It's still around for those who haven't yet upgraded to th...

What's on Peter's Yosemite Mac dock right now!

I recently rounded up all the apps I use on my iPhone 6 regularly, and we periodically give you a peek behind the curtain at what we're using to bring you news, tips and info. So here's my roundup of stuff I use on my Yosemite Dock.Show More Summary

Develop iOS apps with The Name Your Own Price iOS Designer Bundle [Deals]

If you’ve been waiting for the perfect opportunity to learn how to design iOS apps, then congratulations: That perfect opportunity is right here, right now. With The Name Your Own Price iOS Designer Bundle at Cult of Mac Deals, you … Read more ›

'Papers, Please' Comes to the App Store This Friday

If you haven't played Papers, Please, I don't really blame you as it's a PC/Mac game and this is (obviously) an iOS site. It's a real weird game that's hard to describe. The core of it is the incredibly repetitive task of checking passports in a dystopian future. Things happen though, which I'm really reluctant

Most Popular Mac Downloads and Posts of 2014

The Mac saw a new (free!) operating system this year alongside all kinds of great other apps. Let's take a look back at our biggest and best Mac posts of the last year. Read more...

Dashlane password manager can now automatically change your password on 50 top US websites

Password managers are a great way to have strong, unique passwords for each website you access – but vital as it is these days, there’s no denying that it’s a chore to change them. Dashlane, a Mac and Windows password manager app, aims to take away the pain by doing it for you automatically across […]

Panic’s Transmit App no longer allowed to ‘send’ files to other services, developers request reprieve

In a blog post today, Mac/iOS developer Panic explained why a recent version of its venerable Transmit FTP/File transfer app no longer uploads to iCloud, and it turns out, other services: Transmit iOS 1.1.1 is out, fixing a few bugs in our surprisingly powerful file management app for your iPhone or iPad. Also, at Apple’s request, we had […]

Did you know there’s a hidden paint app on your Mac? Here’s how to find it

Apple’s OS X 10.10 Yosemite software introduced so many new features that users will still be trying to learn them several months after installing the update. But OS X also has some old features that you might not know about. In fact,...Show More Summary

Gmail for Mac app promises to unchain Gmail from browser tabs

While Gmail users have a range of great mobile clients to choose from, on the desktop, Gmail still lives primarily in browser windows. But a new startup aims to change that for good with Gmail for Mac, a beautiful Mac client for Gmail. See...Show More Summary

How to open apps from an unidentified developer in Yosemite

Mac OS X has a couple of great safeguards in place to prevent you from accidentally running malicious applications that might infect or otherwise damage your computer. But that can occasionally also prevent perfectly legitimate applications from running. Show More Summary

iPhone Customers Have To Use Apple Pay At McDonald's Secretly In Order To Make It Work

iPhone 6 users are hitting upon a problem when trying to pay for burgers in McDonald's: Staff don't know how to accept payment using Apple Pay, the new mobile payments app. Users of this Mac Rumors forum have been complaining that asking...Show More Summary

Steve Wozniak gets a reality show and Steve Jobs denies our handshakes on The CultCast

This week: warm up the tele—Woz is getting a tech-tastic reality TV show; we divulge our favorite new iPhone and Mac apps; we answer some ridiculous listener questions in an all-new Get To know Your Cultist; and finally, Steve Jobs … Read more ›

Wickr adds a Mac client to its free ultra-secure messaging family

I took a look at Wickr for iOS more than a year ago. It offered free and extremely secure messaging between others with the Wickr app. At the time of the review, I longed for a Mac client, and now one has just been released. It has all the features o...

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