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Old 11-02-2013, 11:44 PM   #31
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I have a macbook. 3 years now. just installed windows 7 via bootcamp. great decision, especially if you have an external HD to save everything to
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I suppose Iím ISHís official Apple embassador AMA.

Iíve been heavy into OS X and apps for years, I havenít been as involved in searching the web as I was in the past, but I can still recommend some good apps.

Thereís also many tips and tricks that Iím still shocked many people donít know about. Not many people know or understand how to use expose, or gestures. Thereís apps that take advantage of gestures to make your workflow easier and more intuitive.

Thereís a shitload of apps that I can recommend but I need to know what oneís needs are. I will leave you guys with these MUST have apps:

http://pilotmoon.com/popclip/

A very useful app that adds functionality to your daily workflow, a MUST try.

http://www.fenrir-inc.com/us/mac/sleipnir/

The web browser that I use 90% of the time because I canít live without itís multi touch gestures. Safari should incorporate some of these.


http://mplayerx.org/

The best player for OS X. Forget VLC, this is created specifically for OS X and it takes advantage of the multi touch gestures. I canít remember the last time I used VLC for anything. VLC has more advanced features, but if you just wanna play shit this is by far the better option.


http://www.macbartender.com/

Simple app that clears the clutter on your menu bar, simple effective but useful.


http://www.globaldelight.com/boom/

You HAVE to install this app!!! it does one thingÖ. it boosts the volume of your laptop, thatís it. But damn does this simple little app useful.


http://www.pixelmator.com/

Perhaps OS Xís most popular image editor. When you need to do basic shit, this will be your go to app, so thereís no need to open up Adobe. This app is quick, sleek, smooth, created specifically for OS X. And the app keeps getting better and better as it continues to add more features that power editors clamor.


There are many great apps for students and proffessionals that need to keep notes, write documents etc.etc. Here are some that come to mind:

http://www.circusponies.com/

Fun interface that helps you keep your work organized.

http://www.literatureandlatte.com/scrivener.php

This is a more powerful word editor created for OS X, like Notebook itís been around for ages and it continues to get better.


Thereís more but I hope these are good for starters.

Once again, if thereís any apps or advice (tips or tricks) that you guys need hit me up via pm.

Speaking of tips and tricks, most people donít know about ĎSpacesí or ĎExposeí, hereís a quick vid:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sHtPv-bgarI
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pDKQZy3kuII

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9wyVwZUuKOw


Hereís an app that some find necessary:

http://www.alfredapp.com/


Wanna play FLAC and other audio formats? this little app is my go to app as of late:

http://coppertino.com/vox/

Imo one of the most essential apps ever is:

https://agilebits.com/onepassword/mac


This is a web site I use to search for new apps:
http://mac.appstorm.net/

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Old 11-07-2013, 04:12 PM   #33
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I suppose Iím ISHís official Apple embassador AMA.

Iíve been heavy into OS X and apps for years, I havenít been as involved in searching the web as I was in the past, but I can still recommend some good apps.

Thereís also many tips and tricks that Iím still shocked many people donít know about. Not many people know or understand how to use expose, or gestures. Thereís apps that take advantage of gestures to make your workflow easier and more intuitive.

Thereís a shitload of apps that I can recommend but I need to know what oneís needs are. I will leave you guys with these MUST have apps:

http://pilotmoon.com/popclip/

A very useful app that adds functionality to your daily workflow, a MUST try.

http://www.fenrir-inc.com/us/mac/sleipnir/

The web browser that I use 90% of the time because I canít live without itís multi touch gestures. Safari should incorporate some of these.


http://mplayerx.org/

The best player for OS X. Forget VLC, this is created specifically for OS X and it takes advantage of the multi touch gestures. I canít remember the last time I used VLC for anything. VLC has more advanced features, but if you just wanna play shit this is by far the better option.


http://www.macbartender.com/

Simple app that clears the clutter on your menu bar, simple effective but useful.


http://www.globaldelight.com/boom/

You HAVE to install this app!!! it does one thingÖ. it boosts the volume of your laptop, thatís it. But damn does this simple little app useful.


http://www.pixelmator.com/

Perhaps OS Xís most popular image editor. When you need to do basic shit, this will be your go to app, so thereís no need to open up Adobe. This app is quick, sleek, smooth, created specifically for OS X. And the app keeps getting better and better as it continues to add more features that power editors clamor.


There are many great apps for students and proffessionals that need to keep notes, write documents etc.etc. Here are some that come to mind:

http://www.circusponies.com/

Fun interface that helps you keep your work organized.

http://www.literatureandlatte.com/scrivener.php

This is a more powerful word editor created for OS X, like Notebook itís been around for ages and it continues to get better.


Thereís more but I hope these are good for starters.

Once again, if thereís any apps or advice (tips or tricks) that you guys need hit me up via pm.

Speaking of tips and tricks, most people donít know about ĎSpacesí or ĎExposeí, hereís a quick vid:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sHtPv-bgarI
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pDKQZy3kuII

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9wyVwZUuKOw


Hereís an app that some find necessary:

http://www.alfredapp.com/


Wanna play FLAC and other audio formats? this little app is my go to app as of late:

http://coppertino.com/vox/

Imo one of the most essential apps ever is:

https://agilebits.com/onepassword/mac


This is a web site I use to search for new apps:
http://mac.appstorm.net/

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Awesome, thanks man!

I just bootcamped my Mac but I find the accessibility of a Mac much more conducive to my work life/habits. Currently installing all these apps.
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Old 11-07-2013, 04:27 PM   #34
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Awesome, thanks man!

I just bootcamped my Mac but I find the accessibility of a Mac much more conducive to my work life/habits. Currently installing all these apps.

Drag and drop is superior than Windows from the last Windows version (haven’t used 8 extensively however).

OS X’s apps for the most part can all be used in unison as they work with each other seamlessly, dragging and dropping sharing files is really easy. Previewing a file with quicklook makes things a breeze, and of course expose and launch center lets you see all of your workspaces.

Speaking of workspaces, it’s the best way to be organized. It creates a great workflow environment by reducing clutter and making it easy to switch back and forth.

The finder has been fixed so tags and and window tabs make it more functional.

There are other apps and tricks that make one’s workflow and use in general more fluid. Shortcuts are customizable and with Mavericks you can create phrases that are added. For instance, if you hate to input your address all you need to do is create shortcut key commands so instead of inputing your entire address all you need to do is type “hh” (just an example).

There’s also actions that you can create templates for with ‘Automator'. If there’s certain tasks that you tend to repeat a workflow template can be created to make it easier for you.

I’m just scratching the surface, let me know if you have any questions.

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Drag and drop is superior than Windows from the last Windows version (havenít used 8 extensively however).

OS Xís apps for the most part can all be used in unison as they work with each other seamlessly, dragging and dropping sharing files is really easy. Previewing a file with quicklook makes things a breeze, and of course expose and launch center lets you see all of your workspaces.

Speaking of workspaces, itís the best way to be organized. It creates a great workflow environment by reducing clutter and making it easy to switch back and forth.

The finder has been fixed so tags and and window tabs make it more functional.

There are other apps and tricks that make oneís workflow and use in general more fluid. Shortcuts are customizable and with Mavericks you can create phrases that are added. For instance, if you hate to input your address all you need to do is create shortcut key commands so instead of inputing your entire address all you need to do is type ďhhĒ (just an example).

Thereís also actions that you can create templates for. If thereís certain tasks that you tend to repeat a workflow template can be created to make it easier for you.

Iím just scratching the surface, let me know if you have any questions.

Haven't updated to Mountain Lion, still on Lion just too used to it. I'm on a MacBook pro late 2011 version, would upgrading to Maverick slow my system down? Tags and tags in finder are such a simple improvement but for that alone I will upgrade. Also the functionality (shortcuts for instance like you mentioned) seems to be much improved, more gestures which I love.

Also, I back up my drive almost every day. If i upgrade will it wipe my HD clean? Not a big issue, but to get my stuff back would I use Time Machine to put it all back once Maverick is installed?
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Haven't updated to Mountain Lion, still on Lion just too used to it. I'm on a MacBook pro late 2011 version, would upgrading to Maverick slow my system down? Tags and tags in finder are such a simple improvement but for that alone I will upgrade. Also the functionality (shortcuts for instance like you mentioned) seems to be much improved, more gestures which I love.

Also, I back up my drive almost every day. If i upgrade will it wipe my HD clean? Not a big issue, but to get my stuff back would I use Time Machine to put it all back once Maverick is installed?

Your Macbook does support Mavericks, itís FREE so you should be able to get it from the App Store. It shouldnít slow down your system.

If you decide not to update thereís apps for OS X that let you tag and organize your files like you can in Mavericks. Thereís also apps that have multi tab capabilities in finder, hellÖ thereís apps that make OS Xís Finder look pathetic, theyíre basically Finder on steroids with tons of custumization and features. The one I used is Pathfinder.

Upgrading to Mavericks doesnít even give you the option to install fresh (that I know of) so thereís no need to worry about losing your data, specially if you back up.

This app is priceless: http://smilesoftware.com/TextExpander/index.html

Watch the video to see what it does. That feature is now built into Mavericks or at least something similar.

Thereís also Quicklook (one of my fav OS X features) plugins that let you preview more files such as MKV, etc.etc. http://www.quicklookplugins.com/
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A new site for app recommendations for both iOS and OS X:
http://thesweetsetup.com

I also recommend one app that will transform the way you browse Safari, this is a MUST!!!

Nextab http://nextab.chicheng.me/

Extremely useful app to use Safari, you'll wonder why you didn't install it sooner. It's multi touch gestures that allow you to do things such as reload an app, open new tab, close current tab, switch between tabs all in one simple and very precise motion... must must get.
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A new site for app recommendations for both iOS and OS X:
http://thesweetsetup.com

I also recommend one app that will transform the way you browse Safari, this is a MUST!!!

Nextab http://nextab.chicheng.me/

Extremely useful app to use Safari, you'll wonder why you didn't install it sooner. It's multi touch gestures that allow you to do things such as reload an app, open new tab, close current tab, switch between tabs all in one simple and very precise motion... must must get.

andgar you use safari? thought chrome was better? i find safari kinda sluggish

do you use a MacBook or an iMac?
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andgar you use safari? thought chrome was better? i find safari kinda sluggish

do you use a MacBook or an iMac?


i think chrome is bit quicker than safari but i haven't used safari in well over a year now.
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I recently got a high end Windows laptop for some things I need to do with work and it only made me appreciate my Macbook more. From the size and functionality touchpad, the uninstall/install methods, the placement of certain keys, the display...everything just flows/fits so much better.

Made the switch to Mac 4.5 years ago and don't intend on switching back.
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andgar you use safari? thought chrome was better? i find safari kinda sluggish

do you use a MacBook or an iMac?

I used to use Chrome, then I switched to Sleipnir but I always kept using Safari on a partial basis. Safari was a mess a few versions ago, rarely opened it but it started to improve. I liked Chrome's speed and plugin options (although I only had 2) but I fell in love with Sleipnir's multi touch gestures, really changed the way I browsed the net. As I mentioned, I always had Safari open on a part time basis because it was 'smooth' as hell. Aside from flash it started to become good again.

I installed Mavericks and Nextab and it was over..... Safari became my main/default browser.

There's enough extensions for Safari (if you need them... I only have 3 installed) but the new Safari is fast, smooth, doesn't crash or give me issues with the auto loading (like in past versions), but combined with the extra extensions and nextab I don't see myself going back to anything else.

it syncs my bookmarks with my iPhone better than before, it uses less RAM, it plays HTML5 files like butter, but it conserves my battery more efficiently than the other browsers do (when not plugged in). It's also perhaps the most elegant behind Sleipnir (close 2nd). And when you're staring at it for hours a day, it tends to matter (at least for me).
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i think chrome is bit quicker than safari but i haven't used safari in well over a year now.

give it another shot, the new Safari for Mavericks is blazing fast. Noticeably faster than any other browser.
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I recently got a high end Windows laptop for some things I need to do with work and it only made me appreciate my Macbook more. From the size and functionality touchpad, the uninstall/install methods, the placement of certain keys, the display...everything just flows/fits so much better.

Made the switch to Mac 4.5 years ago and don't intend on switching back.

Because that's how it was designed, something OEM and WinOS isn't.
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I used to use Chrome, then I switched to Sleipnir but I always kept using Safari on a partial basis. Safari was a mess a few versions ago, rarely opened it but it started to improve. I liked Chrome's speed and plugin options (although I only had 2) but I fell in love with Sleipnir's multi touch gestures, really changed the way I browsed the net. As I mentioned, I always had Safari open on a part time basis because it was 'smooth' as hell. Aside from flash it started to become good again.

I installed Mavericks and Nextab and it was over..... Safari became my main/default browser.

There's enough extensions for Safari (if you need them... I only have 3 installed) but the new Safari is fast, smooth, doesn't crash or give me issues with the auto loading (like in past versions), but combined with the extra extensions and nextab I don't see myself going back to anything else.

it syncs my bookmarks with my iPhone better than before, it uses less RAM, it plays HTML5 files like butter, but it conserves my battery more efficiently than the other browsers do (when not plugged in). It's also perhaps the most elegant behind Sleipnir (close 2nd). And when you're staring at it for hours a day, it tends to matter (at least for me).
I'm curious as to why you chose Sleipnir over Opera. I find Opera to be the best Mac browser. Safari is alright (finally), but Sleipnir doesn't have a lot of things I need or didn't 6-8 months ago.
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I'm curious as to why you chose Sleipnir over Opera. I find Opera to be the best Mac browser. Safari is alright (finally), but Sleipnir doesn't have a lot of things I need or didn't 6-8 months ago.

Once I started to use the multi touch gestures it was over. You can also group tabs into different categories if you want to keep things organized. I also like that you get sort of an RSS update when you open up a tab.

I haven't tried Opera in years, I may go check it out tho.
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