Density aims to take the pain out of being a developer or designer when it comes to calculating dimensions for screen sizes.
Theres several ways you can speed up your website, use a CDN, get a better host but none of that is going to help unless your images are properly optimised. JpegMini helps do just that, providing the optimum balance between compression, quality and clarity.
CrazyTalk Animator 2 is a fully-featured animation tool designed for quick and easy avatar animation and storytelling thanks to its Universal Character system and its innovative puppeteering tools.
Reallusion Launches CrazyTalk Animator 2 for Mac – A whole new 3D experience in 2D animation. After winning the Best of Show at Macworld/iWorld 2013 with CrazyTalk7’s talking heads, Reallusion now extends its technology to a fully featured story-telling tool; complete with full-body multi-dimensional avatars, props and scenes.
The market is incredibly well catered for when it comes to organising and finding matter data for your audio yet when it comes the video pickings are somewhat slimmer. iVI is an all in one meta data collector and video convertor meaning your iTunes library will show all cover art and show information.
Missing cover art or show information for your movies you’ve backed up? Looking to add program names to video files the easy way? iDentify 2 for Mac looks at your file, goes off to IMDB, TVDB and others to populate that missing information and download cover art.
HideIPVPN is a VPN and SmartDNS service provider that makes your traffic appear to originate from the United States, United Kingdom, Netherlands, Germany or Canada. So if you wanted to watch USA Netflix, Hulu from anywhere but the USA, HideIPVPN does just that. In fact if you face any region blocks at all, HideIPVPN gets around them fuss free
Muzzy is a tiny and gorgeous iTunes companion that lives on your Menu Bar, enabling you to control your iTunes library, view artwork and track names, and scribble, all from a small icon located in a convenient place.
If you’ve used a computer for any length of time you’ll be familiar with partition sizes, partition types during the setup phase but what about later on down the line? I’ve done it myself being overcautious or forgetting to create a spare one just for data. And so the search for Mac Partition manager brings us nicely onto this review.
Skitch used to be the go to app if you wanted to share a screen capture. Now it’s part of evernote with more added features this has unfortunately meant more steps to quickly and snap and share. Now there’s a new contender to the capture and share arena, Glui, instant screen captures and sharing with nothing but of ease of use in mind.
Radium 3 is out now, just buy it if you like listening to radio on your mac. Not convinced, how about more features and impressive boast of improvements over that of its predecessor. Go and buy it.. Still not convinced? It’s brilliant, lightweight, constantly updated and supported with passion. Radium 3 is the best. Go buy it now… If only I could do all reviews as easily but here’s our review of Radium from CatPig Studios.
There comes a time in a mac owners life when you have to deal with a hard disk failure or at least some corruption due to an improper shutdown like if there’s a power cut or accidental unplugging. Apple’s Disk Utility is fine for the basics but when you need something that delves a touch deeper and sorts out more than just basic disk permissions, Stellar Software’s Mac Volume Repair comes to the rescue.
We’ve all been there before I’m sure, arriving at that time where we have some videos / movies / tv shows/ family archives etc etc and we want to simply watch it on an iPad or the iPhone. More often than not this involves the time-consuming and incredibly boring as process of converting a video. So when I got wind of Jaksta video converter for Mac that claims to be able to convert a video in a matter of moments I had to give it the review treatment
The camera in the iPhone range has is best described as adequate at best. Even with statistics pointing to the fact it’s the most used camera phone out there (Flickr for example) pictures taken with the iPhone often need a little bit of a helping hand to look their best. Enter HDRtist a Mac application designed to take the hard work out of getting the best from your photos.
Nothing can make your heart sink more than that dreaded sound of a hard drive failure. It’s a bit like that scene out of speed 3 where you can see the boat coming and the impending disaster thats about to strike from a mile off. Of course you did those backups you were always planning to do… right?