Unclutter brings order to your desktop
In this week’s roundup of new Mac apps, we bring you a way to turn your desktop into an intercom system, tools for uncluttering your desktop, and an old-school Internet chat program.
Acana License Manager 1.2.0
Even though the Mac App Store has made managing the software we buy much easier, having to deal with unlock keys and license files is still a common part of every Mac owner’s life.
Thankfully, CIMSoft’s $9 Acana License Manager (Mac App Store Link) makes this job easier by providing a convenient location in which you can store and save all your registration keys and serial numbers alongside other useful details about every last piece of software you know.
Zevrix’s $15 Deliver makes sharing files over the Internet easy and convenient.
The app allows you to upload all kinds of data and notify its intended recipients with an email once it’s ready for download. You can also set Deliver to automatically compress and encrypt your files—as well as generate low-resolution versions of documents and images for a faster download and upload experience.
Desktop Intercom 2.1.389
Once installed on multiple computers, the app can be used to send voice messages from one system to any other in realtime—functioning like a real-life intercom system, but with all the fidelity of your Mac’s high-end audio.
With this $20 app, you can easily encrypt just about any kind of file using military-grade AES–256 algorithms; the resulting information can then be unlocked with a passphrase of your choosing and accessed directly from within Hider’s convenient interface.
Reference Tracker 2.4
Retina 5K Wallpaper Set 1.0
Waiting on that brand-new iMac? Get ready for some eye-popping graphics with Photo & Video Labs’s $5 Retina 5K Wallpaper Set.
The app brings you a selection of eight different wallpaper themes, allowing you to quickly switch between them. You can even add your own high-resolution images, and use Wallpaper Set as a desktop theming manager.
The app allows you to quickly capture a window or screen selection, add text and shapes to it, and then share it securely with friends and colleagues. A self-destruct feature even makes sure that confidential data doesn’t inadvertently end up in the wrong hands.
Before iMessage, SMS, and Slack, there was IRC—the Internet’s original chatroom that still enjoys a lot of popularity among millions of users worldwide.
This time-saving app organizes all your files, clipboard data, and notes in a convenient app that can be called upon at any time directly from your desktop with a simple mouse gesture.