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I just found the free app Bongiovi DPS. It is free and simple and has some great audio enhancements. http://bongiovidps.com/


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Adf.ly is basically an Ad page which will show the real link after some seconds. That's the direct link for the file you are looking for: http://winebottler.kronenberg.org/combo/builds/WineBottlerCombo_1.8-rc4.dmg


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The camera app that comes with all iOS devices with cameras can magnify images. If you want a live preview, you can also use accessibility on the iPad to zoom the display in many, many ways. http://www.apple.com/accessibility/ios/#vision You probably don't need to invest in any third party apps until you've exhausted all of the built in capabilities of ...


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There's a mac version now via mono. Install Fiddler on Mac OSX About the App App name: Fiddler App description: fiddler (App: Fiddler.app) App website: http://www.telerik.com/fiddler Install the App Press Command+Space and type Terminal and press enter/return key. Run in Terminal app: ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL ...


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I like the look of http://www.sublimetext.com/2 as seen in a Daniel Shiffman tutorial


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A free open source one if you don't want to pay for VolumeMixer is this one: https://github.com/kyleneideck/BackgroundMusic


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Yes, this is possible, and you can set a hard cap on data use. If you are in the USA and have Verizon, you can sign up for their Family Base app. As of 2016, Verizon charge $5/mo ($60/year) for this service. Family Base will let you set alerts and caps for each phone on your account. For instance, I share my account with my data-hogging teenager. After he ...


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If you go to the RealVNC website and choose "Download > Viewer" you get a native OSX app that works nicely for me. I'm not exactly sure about the licensing terms, but going through "Products > Product Selector" on the homepage seems to indicate that the Viewer is free (while the Server is licensed). The built-in Apple Screen Sharing works nicely too, ...


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Get Backup Pro (http://www.belightsoft.com/getbackup/) is an awesome tool. Great value for money, and really great features like bootable and encrypted backups, disk cloning, folder sync, backing up mounted disks, choosing which files to backup and compress folders – Time Machine simply can’t do some of these things! Also, incremental/versioned archives and ...


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I recommend to use following: http://www.x-mirage.com/x-mirage/ That helps a lot during development and testing


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You're looking at FuzzyClock which is free but no longer maintained by the developers. I hosted the app in case someone else needs it. It still works on El Capitan: http://sayzlim.net/reading-time-on-mac-with-fuzzyclock/


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I wrote a script to do this. To show it in the menubar, use BitBar. A small app which creates menubar items from shell script output. Once you download BitBar, save the following code into a file called lingualtime.1s.php then point BitBar to where you saved it. #!/usr/bin/env php <?php # <bitbar.title>Lingual Clock</bitbar.title> # ...


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I believe the app that you're looking for is called World Time. It's a paid app ($1.99 USD) and should do everything that you want it to do. I don't know any free alternatives, though.


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The new Jam Session app I just distributed allows to do exactly that and much more: http://www.jamsession.in It allows to select a number of tunes from the user's library and then play them without gaps of silence between them. The next version shall also allow to handle several playlist and some one in the future also tuen the BPMs of the selected tunes - ...


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If you are using Markdown, you can try WordMark. It supports publishing to Wordpress, Ghost, Evernote, Blogger, and so on..


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After much frustration with this same problem I found a way to actually use Airodump on my Mac terminal. What I realized is that all of the files that I can successfully execute are located in the directory path /usr/local/bin/ And it turns out that Airodump was actually on my computer, it was just stored in the path /usr/local/sbin And I was unable to ...


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BitBar Official site (free, open source) The BitBar app lets you put the output from any script or program right in your Mac OS X menu bar. And it's completely free. An impressive number of plugins have already been contributed by a wide range of developers just like you, and this site makes it easy to find them. The website does indeed list a large ...


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iStat Menus Official Website (single license: $18, "family pack" (5 licenses): $25, FREE trial: 14 days) Features include (but not limited to): CPU usage Process usage breakdown GPU usage (includes FPS) Current uptime Memory usage/pressure app/wired/compressed memory swap memory monitoring Disk IO (external disks supported) Network monitoring ...


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SystemPal AppStore ($1.99) Shows memory/CPU usage status, CPU temperature and fan speed, network status and disk reading/writing status on status bar. provides a tool kit including mini music player, screenshot capture, memory cleaner. size: 1.0 MB Screenshot:


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MenuMeters Official website (FREE), open-source Features: CPU, memory, disk, and network monitoring tools for Mac OS X; are a true SystemUIServer plugins (also known as Menu Extras); Net Meter can display network throughput as arrows, bytes per second, and/or as a graph. minimalism: extremely lightweight and dumb simple; size is ~1Mb; open-source, ...


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I've used the following native command on mac: gunzip filename.xz it works fine!


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I think the app you're referring to is BIMx, our building information viewer app that lets you interact with and explore architectural CAD drawing files on iOS.


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I had a similar requirement when trying to work with files on a remote FTP-Server from several clients. For me the best working solution on OS 10.11.4 is Fuse for OS X together with MacFusion. The first one can be found on sourceforge: https://sourceforge.net/projects/osxfuse/files/ Fuse is the "background-package" which basically extends OS ...



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