Category: Mac

Telegram Desktop 1.0 Introduces a New Design, Refined Animations and Custom Theme Support

Qbserve Update Adds Ability to Create Custom Rules and Containers

Qbserve is the wonderfully brilliant time tracking app for Mac that we wrote about back in May. Qbserve is a private time-tracking app for Mac, that automatically studies what you’re spending your time on and shows you pretty charts about how productive you’ve been, or haven’t. The app makes wonderful use of colors and works great. It’s private, so your data stays on your Mac and there’s no cloud service to sync or subscribe to. My biggest quibble about the...

iStat 3 for iOS and Mac Ships with a whole lot of Improvements

The last time we spoke about iStat was back in 2012 when Bjango had just shipped iStat 2, a major update to the remote server monitoring and stats app. It was a fantastic update that introduced a plethora of new features to the app and the fresh coat of paint it had received looked stunning on your screens. I wrote: It’s evident that a ridiculous amount of work has gone into the making of this release by spending just a...

Spark for Mac — The Best iOS Email Trinity is finally Complete

It’s celebration time for us here at Beautiful Pixels. We’ve already given you the lowdown on why Spark is such an amazing app on iOS. It is the best designed, most fully featured, most fluid email client for your portable devices, and its Natural Language Search will change your life. As of today, Spark is also available on the Mac App Store for your downloading pleasure. With pretty much complete feature parity, you’re getting everything the iOS app provides, including,...

Lacona — A Launcher with a Brain

I remember the first time a friend opened my eyes to the world of launchers on Mac, it felt like all my nerdy dreams had finally come true. Who amongst us hasn’t seen the admittedly puerile, yet strangely enticing, scene of a hacker in a Hollywood movie, pounding away on his/her keyboard, and essentially, pwning the world? Who amongst us hasn’t wanted to do the same? Well, thanks to Mac developers like the brilliant people behind Lacona, you can make...

Affinity Photo’s Windows Beta is a Godsend for PC Photographers