Tweetbot for Mac alpha has been getting a lot of buzz lately among avid Twitter users – and alpha 4, released today (via TheNextWeb), might be the best update yet!
It seems that Apple has nearly caught up on demand for their new MacBook Pro with Retina display, and shipping times at the Apple Online Store have now improved to just 5-7 business days (down from the previous 1-2 week estimate).
With the release of OS X Mountain Lion, a new, more streamlined way of sending messages not only to other Messages users, but also to friends with accounts on AIM, Yahoo!, Google Talk, and Jabber has arrived.
For those of you that still use Dashboard (or would at least consider it), I’ve rounded up a few of the most useful Widgets to help you make the most of the experience! I still use most of these widgets on a daily basis.
While Apple’s Notification Center feature in OS X Mountain Lion is incredibly useful, it doesn’t quite work the same way as the tool that most people used before Mountain Lion arrived: Growl. Fortunately, a new app called Hiss can make up the difference.
Apple has seemingly added more built to order options for the Retina Macbook Pro, however they have been taken down and re added faster than I can even write this, so who knows what’s going on.
Google Chrome users, if you happen to also be one of the proud owners of a Retina Display MacBook Pro, you’ll want to make sure to update Chrome, as it has been updated to take advantage of the gorgeous Retina graphics display on your prized possession.
Announced at WWDC in June, Apple has now started selling the Thunderbolt to Firewire adapter in its online store, after the Gigabit Ethernet adapter went on sale several weeks ago.
When Apple released OS X Lion last year on the Mac App Store, they added an interesting feature that deleted the Lion installer once it had been run. The same is true of Mountain Lion. We’ll tell you how to get that installer back – and keep it this time!
One of the few things that frustrated me with OS X 10.7 Lion was been the removal of the “Save As…” command. We previously noted a couple of different ways to being back the command, but it seems worthwhile to combine them both in one place.
London and the Olympians weren’t the only ones putting on a show yesterday – Apple aired a clever new series of Mac ads as well, focusing on their Genius Bar program, as well as the personal training services offered at Apple Retail Stores.
Over two days after the release of OS X Mountain Lion, Apple has now released an SMC update enabling PowerNap support for the MacBook Pro with Retina display – one of the milestone Mountain Lion features for the device!
14 years ago, the original Baldur’s Gate was released for the Mac. Now, the developer Overhaul games has shed more light on the Enhanced Edition, which is coming out September 18 with a load of new features.
Do you love getting great deals on Mac apps? Do you want to win a free Retina MacBook Pro? If your answer to either of these questions is yes, then we’ve got a deal for you!
Apple’s Power nap feature didn’t work as planned when Mountain Lion was first released, leaving many compatible Macs without the cool new feature. Apple has begun fixing that by releasing updates for compatible Macs.
Apple has build a “do not disturb” mode directly into the Mountain Lion Notification Center, muting all notifications on your Mac until the next day, or until you turn them back on. Here’s how it works!