Don't-Miss Utility Software Stories
NTFS for Mac 14 provides native performance and unlimited read/write access when using Windows-formatted drives on OS X.
Despite new limits in El Capitan, the wholly rewritten Default Folder X 5 not only restores previous functionality, but exceeds it with new options.
A lightweight menu bar application that cleans unwanted junk from storage devices, and can eject all mounted volumes in a single click.
If you need to bundle two or more OS X audio sources to pass as input into another program, Rogue Amoeba's Loopback provides a simple, hack-free method.
SpamSieve learns from the email messages you receive, making it a very accurate spam filter.
Convoto may be just another unit conversion app, but it’s a darned good one, and you’re unlikely to find others that offer a rich set of data in such a fun, customizable way.
A Finder alternative that uses a dual-pane user interface for acting upon files and folders in a more intuitive way than OS X currently allows.
Whenever Kirk McElhearn sets up a new Mac, these are the apps he installs first.
Data Rescue One bundles the Data Rescue software with a storage device for file recovery.
Make custom text snippets for commonly-used phrases and personal data available from anywhere a keyboard can be used on your iPhone.
Using a unique text command interface, Input captures information and takes action on up to 16 different cloud services from a single app.
DaisyDisk 4 scans mounted volumes, making it easy to identify and then eliminate large or unwanted files taking up space there.
If you use this app on a large iTunes library, be prepared to twiddle your thumbs.
Weather forecasts with a generous side of attitude and humor.
A new release of a favorite utility reduces the clutter up top in OS X.