Creators of professional photo editor tools such as Snapheal, Colorstrokes and FX Photo Studio, Macphun got in touch yesterday to give us the heads-up on a new Mac app bundle they’ve put together with the help of several independent developers.
Category: Mac Apps
There’s a new app making the rounds this week. It’s called Beamer – and it claims to allow the sending of video to your Apple TV in any format. Unlike the laggy (and often choppy) streaming experience you would likely see when trying to send a video from your Mac to the television box, using OS X‘s built-in “AirPlay” feature, Beamer claims to provide an overall smoother streaming experience, while giving you full control over the types of video format you can AirPlay to your Apple TV.
Until December 31, you can get your hands on Parallels Desktop 8 For Mac for a fraction of its normal retail price. Primarily designed to allow users to run Microsoft’s Windows 7 operating system, (while also supporting the running of Ubuntu, Windows 8, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 98, Google Chrome OS, and a whole bunch of other alternative OSes), on their Mac without the need to reboot to enter (or use) any of the aforementioned OSes, Parallels Desktop 8 For Mac is today down from its usual price of £64.99, now available for £56.87.
Following its Mac App Store release on October 19, Tapbots just pushed out a small – (but considerable) – update to its Tweetbot for Mac client, adding full support for OS X‘s ‘Reading List’ feature, alongside a number of improvements and fixes.
Nick Moore of Pilotmoon Software, the developer behind the popular Mac app PopClip, has been hard at work on another app that is sure to land a spot in your menu bar. It’s called Dropshelf – a small utility that makes dragging and dropping everything (documents, images, text, etc.) on your Mac simple, intuitive, and drop-dead sexy.