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Freebie Friday: Freebies on AppStorm  

by posted in Free Files
May 24
2013

Free Adobe products, powerful text tools, a new addictive game, and more. The AppStorm team have been hard at work again. Here are the top free apps they’ve recently reviewed.
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Freebie Friday: Freebies on AppStorm  

by posted in Free Files
Apr 26
2013

Free cloud storage, apps for your text, music and documents, and your own personal driver. The AppStorm team have been hard at work again. Here are the top free apps they’ve recently reviewed.

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Freebie Friday: Freebies on AppStorm  

by posted in Free Files
Mar 22
2013

Sharing apps, note and task managers, personal finance, and more. The AppStorm team have been hard at work again. Here is a huge bunch of great free apps and web services they covered.

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Freebie Friday: Freebies on AppStorm  

by posted in Free Files
Feb 15
2013

Food, fashion, getting things done, learning languages, and of course the latest games. The AppStorm team have been hard at work again. Here is a huge bunch of great free apps and web services they covered.
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Freebie Friday: Freebies on AppStorm  

by posted in Free Files
Jan 25
2013

The AppStorm team have been hard at work again. Here is a huge bunch of great free apps and web services they covered. Check them out over the Australia Day long weekend!

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Freebie Friday: Freebies on AppStorm  

by posted in Free Files
Dec 21
2012

The AppStorm team have been hard at work again. Here is a huge bunch of great free apps and web services they covered.

Mac.AppStorm

Everything in its Place with SorterEverything in its Place with Sorter

I try to automate as much as possible, both in the real world and on my computer, as I find myself staring at my screen for more that ten hours a day. My house lights turn themselves on and off, my outlets power down to save energy, and the files on my MacBook Pro are doing all sorts of things while I’m not looking.

Why, you ask? Because if not, my Downloads folder would take over my hard disk, all of my MP3s would be on my Desktop instead of in iTunes, and my MacBook Pro would be 73% cat gifs. I need something to automatically manage all of my files while I’m doing real work. Sorter is just such an application. It monitors folders for file changes and then takes the actions you want to keep your Mac fighting like a champ.
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The Envato 2012 Holiday Roundup  

by posted in General
Dec 12
2012

Image from PhotoDune

With Christmas just around the corner, many of our sites have been posting on holiday-related topics, from gift guides to illustrations to carol performances to gift wrapping tips. And I’m sure there will be more coming in the next week or two.

So, as it stands today, here is a roundup of Christmas posts from around Envato.
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Freebie Black Friday: Freebies on AppStorm  

by posted in Free Files
Nov 23
2012

The AppStorm team have been hard at work again. Here is a huge bunch of great free apps and web services they covered.

Mac.AppStorm

Evernote 5: Beauty Meets the Old Evernote ClientEvernote 5: Beauty Meets the Old Evernote Client

If you’ve read a few of my articles in Mac.Appstorm then you’ve probably seen how big of a fan I am of Evernote. It’s a wonderful service: not only does it let you create, organize, and share notes easily, but it also lets you keep everything synced up and accessible through many places, like their website, and the iOS, Android and Mac apps.

The Mac app has been around for some time now, and even though it gets continuous support and works just fine, it has been in need of a UI overhaul for a long time. Well, just a few days ago the Evernote team revealed a new update that will bring a complete re-do to the app, and just now we’ve had the opportunity to test out the beta version of the new Evernote 5. Let’s see what’s new!
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Freebie Friday: Freebies on AppStorm  

by posted in Free Files
Nov 11
2012

I know, it’s Sunday. But everything mentioned in this post was free on Friday as well – I promise!

The AppStorm team have been hard at work again. Here is a huge bunch of great free apps and web services they covered.

Mac.AppStorm

Pocket for Mac: Read It Later on Your MacPocket for Mac: Read It Later on Your Mac

Back in April of this year, the popular service Read It Later was revamped and completely renewed, completely with a brand new name, Pocket. Pocket continues to be one of the popular mobile apps that is always featured on roundups of must-have apps for your iPhone or Android device.

Today, the developers of the hit bookmarking service released Pocket for Mac, an official client for the service on OS X, to work alongside and in sync with other platforms. If you’ve been using Read Later on your Mac, the release of Pocket for Mac replaces that too with developer Michael Schneider having worked on the official client. Shall we take a look?
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Freebie Friday: Freebies on AppStorm  

by posted in Free Files
Sep 21
2012

The AppStorm team have been hard at work again. Here is a huge bunch of great free apps and web services they covered.

Mac.AppStorm

Try Organizing Your Images with Pixa BetaTry Organizing Your Images with Pixa Beta

Photographers and digital artists alike always try to keep their images organized neatly. If you’re a designer, this is typically vital to doing your job as well. There are a bunch of different ways to organize these files on your Mac, from Adobe’s Bridge (included with Photoshop and other software) to iPhoto, Apple’s default solution for OS X. I’ve never been a keen user of either of these because the former is too complex in areas and the latter can often dawdle here and there.

To find an app that would suffice for my needs, I took to Google and have been looking around for a few months in vain. A few weeks back, however, a friend recommended Shiny Frog’s Pixa, a new beta app that’s in constant development. The promise is to help you organize images “the easy way”, but does Pixa live up to it? Let’s find out.
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