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Beat Music Player is free at the moment and uses a double tap anywhere on screen to start/stop music LeechTunes LT is also free and a single tap starts/stops playback (there is a paid version as well)


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The CarTunes Music Player app does what you need - there are no buttons, just taps and swipes for all music controls. Tapping is play/ pause, swiping is next/ previous track etc. Even volume can be adjusted by holding and dragging up/ down. The app is not free at the moment but does fluctuate in price and is sometimes even free, as can be seen in the App ...


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I was hoping I would get a better answer than what you got, because I'm looking for the same thing. Anyway, I'll contribute my solution because it's closer to bridging that plain-text/rich-text divide. I'm using SubEthaEdit, turn on "Show Modifications" and then clear all modifications. This highlights what I change, so I can delete+undo a word or line to ...


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The problem is the .kdbx-file. The solution is to download and install KeePass Classic 1.27 on your Windows machine, which still saves the database file in the older .kdb format. This .kdb file can be cross-opened in both Keepass Classic and KeePassX on your Mac. To make them synced across devices I would recommed using Dropbox in which you save your .kdb ...


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You can do it by connecting directly via Internet Explorer. You just have to tap in the url : ftp://ftp.yourwebsite.com / Then enter your password and that's it. But it can only be a temporary solution because I don't think it's really safe to do it that way ...


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emu4ios.com...install then find iRec and click install and begin đŸ˜ƒ


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Two that come to mind are : EasyFind -- which is in the Mac App store and Docfetcher which is a java application http://docfetcher.sourceforge.net/en/index.html


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Stellar Partition Manager Stellar Partition Manager allows you to create, delete, resize, hide, and unhide partitions on your Mac. Efficiently manages partitions on Mac hard drives including the BOOT volume without causing data loss. Professional Mac volume manager that allows you to perform basic partitioning operations, such as creating, ...


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If you prefer an email to RSS you can check out Appbot.co. I am in no way affiliated with them but have found it useful. I get a daily email that has a summary and then each of the reviews grouped by store. I also get a weekly email that shows all the apps I've signed up for in one email with a summary of how they are doing week over week in terms of ...


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Any app that plays songs from the device library can read song title, artist, album and a lot more, this is included in the Apple Framework. Lyrics can be read as well, so long as they are included in the meta data of the song file. Most songs don't include this information, so the lyrics meta data is empty. The only other way to get the lyrics is to load ...


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If you have the money, you should give a try at OmniFocus. It might be a bit overwhelming in the beginning, you will need some time to adjust yourself to the application and find the most suitable configuration of the app. But as soon as you get in "autopilot mode" you will be quite satisfied. If you are looking for some free alternatives I would recommend: ...


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I am the same, I am a fan of omniweb and think that it is a good browser, but tenfour fox is good as well but be warned that you wont be able to use flash videos or games.


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As of writing, brew search ftp returns the following FTP servers: pure-ftpd vsftpd proftpd Based on their websites, pure-ftpd appears to be your best choice for easy installation. pure-ftpd Beginners can install a Pure-FTPd server in 5 minutes. It can be as simple as installing the package, typing pure-ftpd & and… that’s all. You already have a ...


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You can make the computer speak the alerts (including low battery alert) by going into 'System Preferences', clicking on 'Dictation & Speech', choosing the 'Text to Speech" tab, and putting a check mark in front of ‘Announce when alerts are displayed’.


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You can install PuTTy on OS X with Homebrew: brew install putty --with-gtk+ And then run it from terminal as putty. If you don't have Homebrew, you can install it from Terminal: ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.github.com/mxcl/homebrew/go/install)" brew doctor


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Apple provides an RSS you can subscribe to. You can find it by doing the following: Go to iTunes Connect and log in Go to Manage your Apps and select the App you're interested in Under Links, in the App Information section, you'll find the Customer Reviews Opening it will display all of the customer reviews, filtered by country. Alongside the combo box to ...


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Of course, the most convenient way to snapshot on Mac is by pressing keyboard shortcuts, however, this traditional method lacks additional features like making annotations, uploading images online for sharing, etc. For this purposes, you can make use of professional Mac screenshot tools that features the same function as Snipping Tool. Grab - A built-in ...


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You could make a Fluid app of Feedly and subscribe to completely random feeds so you're surprised by what turns up and/or even subscribe to the Pocket, Readability, etc. feeds of completely random people and/or the front page of Reddit. If you set Fluid to use Safari you can "flip" through the pages using the regular OS gestures. And Feedly allows you to ...


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ExifTool is a perl script that will give you great power in altering Exif data in images: http://www.sno.phy.queensu.ca/~phil/exiftool/ It's also available through homebrew (http://brew.sh): $ brew install exiftool If you are at all okay with working in the terminal it is fairly easy to use (and very powerful if you are dealing with lots of images). There ...


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Slate is free and very powerful, and it does exactly what you want. I answered this in a previously asked question, but I'll summarize my answer here: When you plug in your secondary monitor, Slate automatically detects the new monitor, and all of your windows will be moved and resized just the way you like them. You can define custom positions and ...


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Try Secure Pipes: http://www.opoet.com It's free software and I'm looking to get more people using it. Thanks!


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OmniGraffle from The Omni Group might be just what you're looking for. It's a commercial application but it's significantly cheaper than Illustrator. I've been using it for a good few years now as a better alternative to Visio, mainly to draw network diagrams, however I did use it a few times also to draw app icons, etc. It supports exporting to PNG, SVG ...


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you should use Imagemini to optimize all photos by 80% ~ 20% comparing to their originals while keeping their original resolution, quality.


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Super Vectorizer enables the conversion from a raster bitmap images like JPEG, BMP and PNG to a scalable vector graphic


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There's a wonderful Mac painting software named MyBrushes is missing in the listing here. The whole drawing process could be saved as drawing video and playback anytime. It is a very good alternative to Paint on Mac


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TestDisk is powerful free data recovery software! It was primarily designed to help recover lost partitions and/or make non-booting disks bootable again when these symptoms are caused by faulty software: certain types of viruses or human error (such as accidentally deleting a Partition Table). Partition table recovery using TestDisk is really easy. ...


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iBooks can read PDFs, although I think evernote is the best.


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Adobe Reader by Adobe for iOS can view PDFs


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IFTTT IF This Then That The app will let you use your built in GPS and it will automatically trigger you have entered your defined work area. Same for if you leave. When it triggers it makes a quick event on a calender of choice. Really handy.


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If you just want to see HTTP traffic, try Cellist.


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I've personally used Sophos (Standalone version) and found that it causes high-memory utilization and some other file-system issues. (Updates on this one will bring your internet speeds to minimum). I find avast! much better. It's free and covers most basic of the environments. The only caveat is the the first scan takes longer (~55 min for me). I've also ...


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Again, not what you want, but I prefer HippoRemote to the other iPhone-as-software-mouse suggestions because it doesn't require a server app to be running on your computer; you are allowed access to the computer via IP address by logging in with your user ID and you can choose to either have the app retain or erase that information. The pay version of the ...


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I highly recommend Keynote for this. Whilst Apple haven't perfected importing all the functionality of PowerPoints yet, the exporting works flawlessly and you can create great presentations on Keynote.


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You could create a Yahoo pipe that filters your RSS feeds for those specific keywords. Then create an RSS feed of the pipe's output. Use that to create a Feed Channel trigger in IFTTT that texts you, emails you, notifies your iphone, etc. It’s a multilayered approach, I admit, but I think it could work for you if you don’t mind using those services.


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I can confirm cyberduck works fine in Yosemite, too. Using Java downloaded from Oracle site. Cyberduck DOES use SCP, i regularly use it. Some problems seem arise on simple PFTP site (port 21) for timeouts.


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Go to Game Center. Select the Games section. You will see the "Find More Games" button there. Or open App Store>Games>Game Center to see a list of Internet based multiplayer games.


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Keystok for iOS An elegant developer tool to manage all your iOS app configs. Helps manage API keys and other secrets in your source code at a central place. PS: I am part of the Keystok team.



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