Category: Mac

Transmit 4 is a beautiful beautiful FTP client

Hats off to the Panic team for pulling off such a gracious and powerful FTP client for the Mac. Yes, this amazing software company didn’t bite into the App Store game, and has continued producing some quality software. Transmit 4 reeks of amazing pixels, right from its dark favourites manager, right down to the seamless integration with file editors. Check out the SA review of Transmit 4 to find out more. Don’t forget to check out the amazing Javascript effects...

Cloud App – Get it.

CloudApp has been released today, after much hype and anticipation, and first impressions are it definitely lives up to my expectations. CloudApp: CloudApp allows you to share images, links, music, videos and files. Here is how it works: choose a file, drag it to the menubar and let us take care of the rest. We provide you with a short link automatically copied to your clipboard that you can use to share your upload with co-workers and friends. Additionally you...

Rogie King’s HUD Growl Theme

We’ve just found the winner of the best growl theme contest no one organised. It’s simple, not distracting, and is pixel perfect. King: As great as Growl is, I wanted a new theme. Since Growl themes are webkit and CSS2/3 based, I figured what the heck, I’ll make one of my own. Best news is I’m making it publicly available for you too! And we thank you for that. What are you waiting for! Go download!

Showcasing The Best Bowtie Themes So Far

[tweetmeme]If there’s one app that’s making music happen on the Mac, it’s Bowtie. Since day one, Bowtie has supported custom themes using just HTML and CSS, and there has been an explosion of Bowtie themes since then. The beauty of this theming engine, is that it relies a lot on the current version of Webkit that’s running on your Mac, so whenever new browser technologies are made available, the themes can take advantage of them. I’ve covered some themes on...

Rucksack: Unarchiving the pretty way

Seems like developers have tasked themselves with creating new and interesting user interfaces for boring tasks. Unarchiving zips and rars is one common task for any computer user, and the built in app can only take you so far. Rucksack is a simple and efficient unarchiver and compressor, built to replace its predecessor—iArchiver. It’s still in beta, but the user interface is definitely one something for the eye to appreciate. Right from the welcoming drop screen, to the rotating sunburst...

Transmission Pro Dashboard Widget

For all those Transmission users out there (downloading legal torrents of course), here’s a beautiful dashboard widget to keep you company. Designed by Roberto Urso, previously known to do OS X UI mods, has created a dark minimal widget to keep an eye on torrent downloads. Installation requires the enabling of web access, but since it’s a local connection there’s no need to configure proxies and such. Go download.