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I'm the founder of Mapstr... And I don't know how to describe it better than you did with your requirements. It's just the exact same app you describe: It allows you to save places on a map and group them by categories (e.g. restaurants, bars, clubs, ...). You can change the name of the location and add some comments to remember what the place was. You ...


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I developed a free app to download subtitles on the Mac. You can download it from the following link: https://www.dropbox.com/s/2fryz1u9ox6oaxy/Sub-O-Matic.app.zip?dl=0 It downloads from OpenSubtitles. It is not a signed application (I'm not willing to pay Apple two times, as I develop for iPhone and not for Mac), so you have to allow it to run ...


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Search for mapstr app on apple store.. It helps you to “never forget places” .. This iPhone app lets you pin places you’ve loved in the past or want to try out in the future, and there are both map and list views to help you keep track of your venues.


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Sounds like an opportunity to create an app! Google Maps allows you to save your own maps (My Maps) where you can add locations and place short notes about them. You can not categorize or sort. With Yelp, you can save locations and make notes, but its limited beyond those features. The closest I have seen to what you are seeking is an app and website ...


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Here's a possible workaround, for a subset of use cases, that doesn't require any new software. We use Slack at work, and I like to play iTunes kinda loud (in my headphones). Sometimes I was missing Slack audible "bings". Just fyi that you can set iTunes volume lower in the iTunes UI, and then set the overall system volume in upper right system menu ...


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Spectacle was mentioned in a question that was marked as duplicate of this one, but has not yet appeared here. It is also open source: Spectacle at Github


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Why does nobody mention the excellent diagramming app - ConceptDraw? If you're familiar with Microsoft Visio, this one is absolutely your choice. The only one problem is that it's more expensive than what you expect. Hope you can have a trial and consider my recommendation.


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http://brawersoftware.com/products/ubar I was impressed with this. It is the closest thing to a task bar replacement I found. Some of its behavior annoyed me so I did not purchase it at the end of the trial. You may fare diffently. The DOCK is rather ill conceived for a variety of reasons, but programs leaving the dock when open is a huge one. Finding open ...


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Personally, I like minipedia the best. It is available for both iOS and Android and works completely offline after an initial download.


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Is there any currently available software that can convert a Safari webarchive file into a more standard format? If you are comfortable with command line, there is a tool textutil on Mac OS for converting webarchive file to txt, html, rtf, rtfd, doc, docx, wordml, or odt. Example: textutil -convert html /Users/USERNAME/NAME.webarchive For ...


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Most OS X users don't use "ssh GUIs" because OS X ships with a very good Terminal application. This is unlike Windows where the cmd.exe or even a PowerShell are not friendly command line interfaces to remote servers. In OS X, you can just fire up Terminal.app and ssh from the command line with: ssh <myhost> You can use a more advanced terminal ...


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You may try iTerm2 sudo port install iterm2 or brew cask install iterm2


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Apple only allows building and testing apps on a Mac. There no simulator available for Windows. Installing a virtual machine on your PC with OSX running on it is against Apple's EULA.


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Preview app on 10.6.8 doesn't let you extract images except by selecting then copying and creating a new file from clipboard. Another way is using the free unix xpdf tools. They come with a utility called pdfimages. I just used it on a PDF and it perfectly extracted the images from the file. For example... pdfimages -f 2 -l 2 -j 27487.pdf testname It ...


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A more recent option is to use the newer implementation of Fuse for OSX in combination with SSHFS. This is a better solution because most of the applications mentioned are either outdated or payed (and expensive). Fuse for OSX allows you to use new file systems in user space and SSHFS configures the system to allow you to connect to SSH drives ...


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you should use the PiP2 app on the app store


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Periodic Timer is exactly what you need: https://itunes.apple.com/en/app/id933241656.


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There are web-based IDEs that support Java like IDE One and CodeBox that should work from an iPad. Obviously there are limitations with both but they might suffice. This is my immediate thought, because I believe Apple have rules against people creating apps that include their own runtime. Which I'd assume you'd require if you wanted to compile Java code ...


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CoolROM has a list of Macintosh / Mac OS X Emulators: MacMAME - Arcade Stella - Atari 2600 Jum52 - Atari 5200 Atari800MacX - Atari 5200 SDLMESS - Atari 7800 Virtual Jaguar - Atari Jaguar Handy - Atari Lynx Frodo - Commodore 64 Boycott Advance - Gameboy Advance Visual Boy Advance - Gameboy Advance / Color KiGB - Gameboy Advance / Color OpenEmu - Multiple ...


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I also use Vertabelo and I can recommend it, too. It is 100% web-based. You can work on your models either in Chrome, or in Safari (the support for Safari browser was added a few month ago). Vertabelo's graphical tools for designing database models are simply amazing! Simple and intuitive, and yet very comprehensive and professional. There's no desktop ...


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I use pushbullet to get the iOS notification show up to Mac. This way, you can still use 30/30 app on your iPhone, but get notification on your Mac.


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just stumbled onto your question. I use "Easy Explore", it's on the Mac Store. It fits all your requirements -except the tab feature: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/easy-explore/id789939414?mt=12 you could give it a go (even has picture preview functionality)



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