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Arkanius

I was recommended Vox from www.voxapp.net which was the previous ToolPlayer if I'm not mistaken.

But for some strange reason it seems to have vanished from the Internet...

OSX is lacking good Media (Audio) applications.

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Pam14160

Still holding my breath for the 2010, update; hope it isn't to much longer. . . :yes:

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ian

Not sure if these apps were already mentioned but here it goes:

  1. TerminalColoreopard, change Terminal.app ANSI Color on Leopard/Snow Leopard.
  2. Safari AdBlocker, the only 64-bit ad blocker built for Mac OS X 10.6+ to integrate directly into Safari, for minimum disruption to your browsing experience.
  3. SimpleCap, Quick, easy and powerful Screenshot utility.
  4. muCommander, a lightweight, cross-platform file manager with a dual-pane interface (download the Nightly build).
  5. YoruFukurou (NightOwl), a native Twitter client for Mac OS X (download the beta release). A great and free alternative to Tweetie.
  6. SL-NTFS (Snow Leopard NTFS), a Preference Pane that enables writing on NTFS.
  7. Alfred, a quicklaunch application which aims to save you time in searching your local computer and the web.
  8. XNJB, a graphical user interface for the Creative Nomad range of portable MP3 players and newer MTP players.
  9. Kill Flash Cookies, deletes Flash cookies.

Uff.

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enigma-penguin

May have been posted before, but I find it handy;

Camouflage, Hides your desktop clutter. (free)

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Dane

What about any free anti virus or free adware scanner?

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The Guvnor

WTF happened Acquisition aint working no more ?

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tender_boi

What about any free anti virus or free adware scanner?

you don't need it

but if you must, ClamXav

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S.MULLA

Can someone give me an app to change the themes? I'm new to OS X, so any help appreciated :rolleyes:

Any websites with themes also welcome!

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Trepanation

Are there any other CSS editors that you can recommend :) ?

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John S.

I was recommended Vox from www.voxapp.net which was the previous ToolPlayer if I'm not mistaken.

But for some strange reason it seems to have vanished from the Internet...

OSX is lacking good Media (Audio) applications.

Thanks! Finally a decent lightweight player with an EQ that isn't trying to be a swiss army knife. Love this app

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CyberManifest

Why arn't the Google Apps like Picasa or Google Earth on the list or did I miss them somewhere?

Is Stellarium and Celestia on the list?

I think most if not all of these are covered on the list but if not here is a quick refrence to some of the Best ... http://bestmacsoftware.org/

and here are some more... http://macspecialist.org/content/articles/essential_apps/

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#Michael

Thanks! Finally a decent lightweight player with an EQ that isn't trying to be a swiss army knife. Love this app

IMO vlc player is the best one out there. It plays any type of audio/video file that I have come across.

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craybox

what about video edting/authoring alternatives ?

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j0nnymoe

TweetDeck - www.tweetdeck.com

Grooveshark - www.grooveshark.com

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Skulltrail

iStat Menu is no longer freeware but definitely worth it.

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robertobaggio2k

what is a good P2P app for mac? anything better then frostwire or limewire?

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.Neo

Torrents?

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robertobaggio2k

hmm yea i guess lol

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Ionium

Quazaa should be listed in P2P list, but I can't find a download for it on the net :wacko:

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Brian

I've been looking for a free Toast alternative, any idea if it exists?

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