Today’s Apple event has been much-anticipated by the world and many of us here at Envato. Both Mac.AppStorm and iPhone.AppStorm gave great coverage of the event, and their thoughts of the iPhone 5. Read on for more.
Use a Mac? Love games? Prefer free? Then this bunch of freebies is just for you.
Rodrigo Leon from Mac.Appstorm recently did a great roundup of free-to-play games for Mac OS X. The long list of over 30 new and old games includes racing games, first person shooters, adventure games, social games and a bunch more.
Chances are if you’re a Mac user you’ve already upgraded to Mountain Lion. Though there’s an 18% chance that you’re still holding out or sitting on the fence. Either way, Mactuts+ and Mac.AppStorm have a metric tonne of material to get you up to speed with this incremental upgrade of OS X. Here are 10 posts you shouldn’t miss.
Mac.AppStorm are giving away two BundleHunt Productivity bundles… tomorrow. So it’s time to get moving.
If you’d like to win iStopMotion, LittleSnapper, TotalFinder, Typinator, Default Folder X, Keyboard Maestro 5, PhoneView, the Smashing Magazine Super Bundle, Glyph Ocean Icon Set, 4 ThemeFuse WordPress themes, and Picons Ultimate+, head over to Mac.AppStorm right now and find out how to win.
What are you waiting for?
Although you may be used to regular competitions over at the AppStorm network, we’re doing something a little bit “extra special” for Mac users this week. For the next few days, every Mac.AppStorm reader can get a copy of Wallpaper Wizard completely free (usually $6.99).
This is an application we’ve covered a few times in the past, and our review is a great place to start if you’d like to find out more. The bottom line is that Wallpaper Wizard gives you a great solution for finding and applying thousands of fantastic wallpapers for your Mac desktop.
Mac.AppStorm recently posted an interesting article called 15 Free Alternatives to Popular Mac Software. Although the article is aimed at Mac users, many of the free apps are cross platform, and work on Windows and Linux as well. It’s a great read.
Here is a summary of the alternatives, with a few comments from myself. It’s definitely worth reading the original article, which has lots of screenshots. Which do you use? And which commercial apps are definitely worth the money?
If you’re a Mac user, Mac.Appstorm is one great site to subscribe to. Besides having great software reviews and roundups, you’ll also find advice about switching from that other OS, sensible advice about how to get the most out of your Mac, and some juicy opinion pieces to boot.
It’s true. When it comes to Macs, editor David Appleyard is very opinionated. And I love it! Here are some quotes.