There’s an extensive review of the app on SA, but I’ll post this here for posterity (I’m never sure what to do about posting something here after an SA review). Alarms is a brand new way of creating time based notifications on your Mac. Drag something to your menubar, and your entire desktop slides down, revealing a [...]
Seems like everyone’s disappointed with the iTunes 10 user interface. It’s neither radically different to be appreciative of new concepts, nor does it maintain its previous aesthetics. Instead of rethinking the user interface to accomodate for the different services that iTunes provides, Apple has merely shoved them into [...]
We’ve already covered Kaleidoscope, the file comparison app from the folks at Sofa, here on Beautiful Pixels. When the app came out, Milind was in awe looking at the app’s webpage and claimed that it was more beautiful than the app itself. But me, on the other hand, was quite impressed by the app’s icon. The unusually [...]
If there ever was a product page that made me lust more than the app, it would be Kaleidoscope. The moment I saw it, I knew I would download the app no matter what its functionality. Turns out, Kaleidoscope is quite a useful one at that. A file comparison utility for the Mac that supports variety of image and text formats, including [...]
As a designer, Adam Betts generally stays under the radar. But come an Adobe CS upgrade, and he’s ready with his replacement icons for Adobe’s clumsy attempts. And here’s his CS5 replacement set which includes “37 application icons, 300 document icons with application folder icons”.
“It’s preview software”, says the app on first launch. The developers obviously aren’t very sure of this app at the moment, but that’s okay. Okay enough for a feature on BP. Instinctiv is much like Ecoute, an iTunes alternative that lives on the iTunes database. It’s small (though not that small), [...]