Tagged: Mac

The Iconfactory Announces Project Phoenix — A Kickstarter Campaign to Revive Twitterrific for macOS

It boggles my mind knowing that I have spent almost ten years on Twitter. I still remember signing up on Twitter on August 15th, 2007, while attending to some tasks I had to finish for Burrp! the next day. Whatever I am today, and whatever I have achieved in the last 10 years, I owe a lot of it to Twitter — the people I have met, the friends I have made, the products and services I have discovered —...

Bjango’s Marc Edwards and his Mac App Icon Design Workflow

Magnet — The Window Manager for Mac [Sponsor]

Every time you move a content from one app to the other, compare data side by side or multitask in any other way, you need all the windows arranged accordingly. Magnet makes this process clean and simple. In one drag to the edge, you size a window into half of your screen. And by dragging windows to the corners, you snap them into quarters. Slide them to the bottom edge of your display to create thirds. Taking advantage of such...

1Blocker 1.1 for Mac Adds Ability to Search and Filter Your Rules

Magnet — The Window Manager for Mac [Sponsor]

Every time you want to copy content from one app to the other, compare files side by side or multitask in any other way, you need all the windows arranged accordingly. Magnet will boost your productivity significantly and makes this process clean and simple. In just one drag to the edge, you snap any window into left, right, top or bottom half of your screen. And by dragging windows to the corners, you snap them into quarters. Taking advantage of...

The Great Mac Dev Survey

fournova Software, the makers of the popular Git desktop app Tower are running this interesting survey for developers who use a Mac. It doesn’t matter if you’re a iOS, Mac, Android or Web developer, as long as you use a Mac to do your work, you can participate in this survey. Then you can help us find out who we are as a community: What technologies do we work with? Which tools do we use? And, maybe most importantly, which...