Useful Mac Add-ons.

Thought I’d try and start a Friday water cooler thread.

After my thread yesterday about DockView/HyperDock I was wondering what other tools people were using to make their daily lives easier.

Some of mine for OSX

  • Dash
  • 1Password
  • iClip
  • IP In The Menu Bar
  • OfficeTime
  • SimpleCap
  • Tomahawk

is that the “IP in menu bar” from my website?

Dash +1
1Password +1
Alfred 2
Clarify 2
Swordfish Layout
iShowU HD
SQLiteManager
SQLEditor
Navicat
Magic Number 2
RegExRx
Randomite

Yes - useful little utility that

SQLiteManager http://sqlabs.net
Tincta Pro http://mr-fridge.de/software/tincta/
RePasta https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/repasta/id439496968?mt=12
Grabbit https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/grabbit/id427084249?mt=12
Backup To Go https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/backup-to-go-protect-your/id882272017?mt=12

1Password (+1)
A Better Finder Rename
Bartender
Coda
Espresso
f.lux
Kaleidoscope
Mountain
oXygen XML Editor
Parallels Desktop for Mac
PopClip
SizzlingKeys
SQLite Professional
SQLiteManager
Transloader
TotalSpaces2

Mac OS X

DropZone
QuickSilver
Iconion
Microsoft One Note (Replacing Evernote…)
MySqlWorkbench
TextWrangler
Sketch
Caffeine
Dropbox (Synchronizing Projects…)
itsycal (Calendar on mac menu bar)
Parallels
Transmission
Dash

For Fun:
VLC
Popcorn-time (Fantastic!)
iTunes

@Adelar: re Popcorn-time

It seems that http://get-popcorn.com is the real team of developers working on this app.

It seems the PopcornTime app from http://time4popcorn.eu, the one on the page of Macupdate, is NOT what I would call a trusted source.

There seems to be some explanation of this situation here:
http://popcorntimewar.com

[quote=125659:@Markus Winter]@Adelar: re Popcorn-time

It seems that http://get-popcorn.com is the real team of developers working on this app.

It seems the PopcornTime app from http://time4popcorn.eu, the one on the page of Macupdate, is NOT what I would call a trusted source.

There seems to be some explanation of this situation here:
http://popcorntimewar.com[/quote]

Yeah, I’ve downloaded the two versions, and this link you stated is correct … Or rather, do not know if it’s correct, but it is the best version because it already automatically search subtitles, among other features.

In addition to some others already mentioned…
PTHPasteboard
Find Any File (by Thomas Templeman)

Own Tools:
App Wrapper
Backup To Go

Others:
Arbed
Find Any File
Moon
Smash Tunes
Clipboard History
Photoshop CC (latest version buggers JPEG images btw).
Xcode
Instruments
PNG Mini

Coding requires a lot of tools …

Dev :
Xojo :wink:
Xcode
Coda

Tools:
GitHub
AppWrapper
Retina Kit
JSON Accelerator

Database:
Navicat Premium Essentials
SQLite Professional

Artwork:
Pixelmator
iDraw
Icons8
Prepo
Skitch

Misc:
Mac OS X
Safari
iTunes
1Password
Office/iWork
Evernote
Mailplane
VMWare
CloudStation

Hardware:
iMac, MacBook Pro, iPhone, iPad
Synology NAS (git server, dev cloud, MariaDB, backcups and much more !)
Coffee Machine :slight_smile:

Hard to believe nobody’s mentioned SourceTree.

Also:

  • PCalc
  • QuickSilver
  • Valentina Studio
  • iTerm

And finally, for when it all goes wrong:

  • Time Machine
  • SuperDuper

:slight_smile:

[quote=125855:@Kem Tekinay]Hard to believe nobody’s mentioned SourceTree.
:)[/quote]

Ohhh… i use SourceTree too… wonderful program.