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 […]

Say hello to one of the more successful GIMP based open source projects for the Mac. It features layers, merging effects, transparencies, gradients, alpha channel editing and anti-aliasing for both text and brush strokes. Seashore uses GIMP’s native file format, XFD, and has full support for TIFF, PNG, JPEG, JPEG2000 and HEIC, with read-only support […]

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!

iPod games…no, I don’t mean those you can download directly from the app store onto that glorified iPhone sans the phone bit! What I mean is the games that were designed for the ‘real’ iPod with a click wheel. With the release of iTunes 7 in September 2006, Apple put up some third party games […]

Yes, OS X (or MacOS) has in-built functionality for burning CDs or DVDs via the Finder or Disk Utility, but sometimes we all want a little more… In steps Disco, an incredibly polished app sadly discontinued in 2011 but still very useful today. The developers have even made the app free with the license name […]