Wordify is a fun little OSX app that takes any photo from your hard drive and converts it into word art (like in the header image above). It’s a single-purpose app that does what it says, but with a few more features could be really exceptional.
How many times have you been giving a Webex or on-screen presentation, and your laptop screensaver kicks in or your computer goes to sleep? Rather than constantly fiddling with the trackpad to wake it up, give it some Caffeine!
HandBrake is an open-source, multiplatform video transcoder, available for MacOS X, Linux and Windows. Convert DVDs to MPEG, compress videos to smaller filesizes, or convert from one video format to another.
There’s no excuse for crappy passwords anymore, thanks to apps like 1Password. Creating good, hard-to-crack passwords is clumsy and the harder a password is to crack, the harder it is to remember. So what if you didn’t have to remember them?
There are about 900 different options available to automatically back up your Mac, none of which I have been in love with until now.
In my never-ending quest for the perfect Twitter client, I’ve decided to do a side-by-side comparison of features of some of more popular clients. This list is probably not exhaustive, and the current clients continue to add new features frequently. I’ll try to keep it updated as they do, though.