Grab video and music in style {Grappler}

A stylish grab “everything” from web application.


Grappler ($19.99)

If it plays, it probably saves.
Download almost any video or audio track on the web to your Mac with zero effort.

Browse an infinite selection.
Easily find content to download — enter a search term or the address of any website.

No “Save As…” necessary.
Grappler automatically detects and downloads media as you browse your favorite websites.

Inline video previews.
Preview media to download without leaving Grappler’s built-in search engine.

Integration with iTunes.
Music and videos are automatically converted and saved to your library, ready for syncing.



Lock your screen {Airlock}

Small, stylish and useful application.


Airlock ($7.77)

Airlock allows your Mac to lock itself, plain and simple. Using your iPhone, Bluetooth® wireless technology, and a smidgen of pixie dust, Airlock determines whether you’re near your computer. When you leave the room - poof! - your Mac locks itself. “And when I come back?” You guessed it: your Mac unlocks. You can also customize Airlock to perform specific actions as you come and go - have your computer talk to you, log-in or out of iChat, walk the dog, and such.



Organise your desktop {Berokyo}

Desktop organization application.


Berokyo ($18.99)

Berokyo lets you take control over your desktop and organize all your favorite and frequently used applications, documents, files, folders and webpages into one or more customizable multi-shelf cabinets that will keep them out
of sight but yet close at hand and ready to be launched.



Radio at it’s best {Snowtape 2}

The best looking radio recording application out there, with lots of goodies.


Snowtape 2 ($33)

Listen to internet radio.Record the music. Schedule radio
shows. Edit songs and get album artwork. Export to iTunes.




A stylish application to learn music in your iTunes library.


Capo ($49)

Capo is a revolutionary tool that helps you learn the music in your iTunes library. By slowing your music, and presenting a detailed spectrogram, Capo lets you hear and see your music like never before.



Can I have a bill, please {Billings}

A stylish invoice and billing application.


Billings ($39.99)

Your invoices should reflect your professionalism. Billings combines powerful features with stylish designs so you can send elegant invoices right out of the box. Choose from any of the customizable templates, or create your own with the built-in WYSIWYG designer. Either way you’ll send polished professional invoices in seconds.



Check your battery {Watts}

A stylish application for all laptop users.


Watts ($6.95)

The battery needs to be recalibrated from time to time to keep the onscreen battery time and percent display accurate, and to keep the battery operating at maximum efficiency.



Tweet in style {Weet}

After release weet for iphone developers decided to go ahead with a mac version, and whey release a beta version. Its cool and stylish and soon could became a big player in tweeter market, so check this out before everybody will be talking about it!


Weet (beta)

 From what we have seen so far, Weet for Mac looks like an extremely polished and elegant app to access your Twitter timeline. It seems like the developers did a great job in implementing lots of features, too. The app presents a tabbed interface at the top to let you switch between your timeline, mentions, direct messages, lists and search. The search tab contains your saved searches and trending topics. In the Lists tab, you can subscribe to a new list or check on your existing ones.


Easy Twitter {QFeeder}

An easy tweeter client for your mac 


Qfeeder (free)

QFeeder is an OSX 10.6 optimized Twitter client. It has a novel design based on prioritization of messages within your streams based on what you do and who you interact with.



It’s all about fonts {Fontcase}

A font book on our macs are great but реуку is also some room for a stylish and cool application called Fontcase, don’t be afraid try it out , you may like it a lot!


Fontcase (starts from $53)

Fontcase is a font management application that provides an elegant and powerful workflow to help you organize the fonts you have installed on your system. Designed to be an iTunes for your fonts, Fontcase has a powerful tagging system, which is designed to let you control your fonts like you control your music.



Do it in style {The hit list}

A stylish to do list , what make you want to forget to be able to open it more often!


The hit list (beta/pre-order$49.95)

The Hit List is a simple, yet sophisticated application to manage the daily chaos of your modern life. Based on the simple concept of making lists, The Hit List lets you plan, forget, then act when the time is right.

Your life is complicated enough as it is. The tool to manage your life shouldn’t be. The Hit List keeps things simple by not forcing you to learn a system. It can be as simple as just keeping a list of things to do as you would on a piece of paper. However, if you do have a task management system such as Getting Things Done by David Allen, The Hit List is flexible enough to support you.



"DHL" for mac {Courier}

If you want to share files to multiples distentions like Facebook, ftp, Mobileme, etc, and do it in style - there app for that !


Courier ($19.95)

Courier allows you to share files, images, photos, movies, and more with all your favourite online services - including Flickr and Facebook.

Create an Envelope; drag on the stamps for the services you want to send files to; then just drag and drop on the files you want to deliver! Whether you’re uploading files to one destination or three, Courier can handle it.

Courier has a stunningly simple interface that hides all the unnecessary complexities of uploading your files to the internet, and has been built from the ground-up for Mac OS X Snow Leopard.



Wunder child {Wunderlist}

A beautiful task manager for mac. Stylish yet simple and cool. And it Free!


Wunderlist (Free)

We are proud to present our very first product wunderlist, an easy-to-use task management tool with online synchronization. It works on Windows and Mac OS X. You can sync your list and todo items via the internet, so you are always up to date. And the best thing about it - It’s totally free!



Mail in style {Notify}

A beautiful add on for receiving, viewing and ever replying to mail without opening a mail client. Stylish and cool!


Notify (TBA for now)

If you access your email in a browser, you’ll love Notify. Notify is an awesome email notifier for Mac OS X. It fits seamlessly into your menubar, only vying for your attention when you have new mail. Notify supports mutliple accounts, including Gmail/Google Apps, MobileMe, and Rackspace Email. All in a beautiful interface.



To do made right! {Things}

Task management the right way! Stylish and cool with a lots of features!


Things ($49,95)

Task management has never been this easy. Simplicity, however, is not achieved at the expense of powerful features. Download your free trial today and start getting more things done with less effort.


The big picture. A Leopard-style source list lets you easily focus without ever switching view modes or wrapping your head around filter criteria. A magical tag bar automatically appears when needed and adapts to the currently displayed list. It lets you drill down through even the longest list of to-dos. Hierarchical tags? We’ve got you covered! 

Everything in its place. Organize your to-dos with Projects and Areas of Responsibility. Look Ma, no columns! Whether it’s multiple tags, dates, or notes, to-do items display their information on an as needed basis. No more space wasted by empty or irrelevant column cells!

…yet powerful.

Your own agenda

A smart Today list automatically gathers all you need to look at, well… today!

Repeating To-Dos

Every week on Tuesday and Saturday? On the last day each month? We’ve got you covered.

Get started

Have a task that cannot be started until a certain date? Use the Scheduled list to get it out of your head and be reminded when the time is right.

Due Dates

Every list can easily be filtered and sorted by due date.

Notes & References

Include notes and links to files, web sites or email messages. (email links require Mac OS X 10.5)


Quickly search across your entire library.

At your fingertips

Convenient keyboard shortcuts make you even more efficient.


Available in English, French, German, Japanese, Russian, and Spanish.


With tags, you have them all: contexts, priorities, energy, time, and more. It’s up to you.


You can never have too many. Avoid project overload by setting less pressing ones to inactive.

Areas of Responsibility

Things helps you organize life and work according to your responsibilities.


Delegate to-dos to your coworkers and teammates.

iCal Sync

Your to-dos, systemwide. (requires Mac OS X 10.5)

iPhone Sync

Take your to-dos with you using the most popular paid task manager in the entire App Store.

Dock Badge

See what tasks still lie ahead of you. (requires Mac OS X 10.5)

Spotlight and Quick Look

Find your to-dos with Spotlight. Instantly preview them with Quick Look.

Fully scriptable

Unleash the power of Things with custom AppleScripts.

Out of your head, out of your way.

A Quick Entry window lets you enter any idea the moment it hits you. Never let the thought of unfinished business distract you again. The Quick Entry window is just a keystroke away - systemwide from any application.

Even quicker with Autofill.

When you read an email, web page, or document, wouldn’t it be great if you could easily create a new to-do containing all the relevant information with a single keystroke?

Thanks to Things’ amazing Autofill feature, the Quick Entry window can be automatically pre-filled with your selected text, along with a link to the original email, web page, or document. Read more… 

(email links require Mac OS X 10.5)

Things in your pocket.

Take your to-dos with you no matter where you go. And we are not just talking about a simple to-do list. We’ve put the whole application in your pocket. Even better, it syncs seamlessly with Things on your Mac via Wi-Fi.



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