Got a PSP? PspWare from nullriver (now no longer trading) is a great application to sync your music, movies, photos and bookmarks from your PSP to a Mac. It also enables you to backup your game saves with ease. With a clean interface, it is fairly simple to use and takes care of everything for […]
Since 2005, Coconut Battery has been my go-to utility for monitoring laptop battery health – it also does the same for iPhones and iPads! It will show you the age of your devices and their batteries, the battery health, any history you have saved, cycle counts, temperature and so much more… Overall, a very useful […]
Developed by Ensemble Studios and published for Mac OS X by MacSoft back in 2006, Age of Empires III maintains the expected level of involvement for a real-time strategy (RTS), but delivers it in a absolutely superb package; armies begin as simple men killing each other with bows and swords, only to advance to more […]
In the word processing world on the Mac, Apple’s own Pages is a great alternative to MS Word but without all the features and clutter of the Microsoft behemoth. However, even further away from this is the rather well built Bean…and it’s free!
Keka is a free file archiver for macOS and is used for all the files stored on this website. Through a very slick interface and a drag and drop approach (both via the open app or the dock icon), it allows you to compress files in multiple formats; 7z, Zip, Tar, Gzip, Bzip2, DMG, ISO. […]
Thanks to ‘SourceSunTom’ over at http://leopardrebirth.net/, PowerPC enthusiasts now have a package available that skins a Leopard (10.5) mac to appear running MacOS Sierra. There is a thread going on over at MacRumors discussing this and you can download the latest package (1.2) here or the LeopardRebirth homepage. System Requirements Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard PowerPC G4 or […]