Flying contraptions, exercising muscles, and disk alarms
In this week’s roundup of new Mac apps, you’ll find software that tells you when your disk is full, a great tool for exercising with scientific precision, and a game where putting together your own flying machines is almost as fun as smashing them to bits.
Disk Alarm 2.0.1
The app, which is fully compatible with OS X Yosemite, supports both internal and external storage devices, shows you the total space available on your system in real time, and can even send you alarms via e-mail.
iMuscle 2 3.9.6
The app’s fully-searchable database of more than 650 exercises includes beautiful 3D videos for many different types of activities, allows you to create customized workouts, and can synchronize the latter across multiple devices.
The free app shows you both current and previous conditions and allows you to set a new temperature or control the Nest’s away mode with the click of a mouse.
Labels & Addresses 1.6.9
Akshay Hegde’s $1 Lyrical helps you play your iTunes content without having to deal with iTunes’ heavy user interface.
The app displays artwork and album information directly in your Mac’s Today panel, from where you can also control what’s playing and rate your songs.
The game’s engine supports both horizontal and vertical takeoffs, real-time damage, and the ability to share your plans with your friends over the Internet.
The popular app can be used to manipulate ZIP and StuffIt files, which can be browsed as if they were a directory on your hard disk. Of course, you can compress data as well, with the option of encrypting it and adding self-healing features to the resulting archives.
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