Although I like Apple’s default selection of wallpapers for Mac, I find myself growing bored of them rather quickly. That’s why I was really glad to come across an app called Irvue by developer Igor Savelev. Instead of wasting time browsing through ‘HD Wallpaper’ websites, Irvue pulls photos from Unsplash.com — a website with a […]
Just a few days ago, the general public was able to download Apple’s newest desktop operating system: OS X El Capitan. For those of us wanting to find out the best wireless channel to use for our network, you have to trawl through a few settings just like with OS X Mavericks and Yosemite. In this short guide, we’ll […]
I rely heavily on my web browser to help me get serious work done, so it needs to perform well, offer plenty of functionality (extensions & plugins) and most importantly: it can’t negatively affect battery life. As the guys at BatteryBox found out, the browser you use could have a detrimental effect on your MacBook’s battery life, […]
A while back, we published a short tutorial showing how to archive mail with a keyboard shortcut. This tip in itself is a huge timesaver, but one reader wanted to take things a little further and asked how to use a keyboard shortcut to move messages to specific mailboxes and not only the archive. After […]
In the past couple of days there has been a barrage of apps updated to add support for the Apple Watch. While I’m not much of a watch person, there a couple of apps that make me wish I was. One such example is Clear from Realmac. Clear for iOS was among the apps updated […]
Despite the rapid increase in SSD capacity (and decrease in price), storage is still a precious commodity on most Macs. CleanMyMac, an app I’ve long relied on to help manage said commodity was just updated to version 3 and introduces a wealth of improvements and features all packaged in a stunning new design. Features: Some […]
A big thank you to WiFi Explorer for sponsoring Let’s Talk Tech this month. WiFi Explorer is a popular Mac utility that allows you to scan, monitor, and troubleshoot wireless networks. It gathers configuration and capability information about all the networks it discovers and presents it on an easy-to-use, intuitive user interface. Information includes network name (SSID), […]
Boom 2 is a feature-rich, equaliser & volume-booting app for OS X that significantly improves the sound quality of your Mac’s speakers. Check out our full review here!
To celebrate the launch of Overmac’s PhotoSweeper 2 for Mac, we’re giving away 3 free copies to 3 randomly selected winners! If you’d like a chance of winning, just follow the instructions on the widget below. You’ll need to leave a comment to enter, and for bonus points follow us on Twitter and Tweet about the giveaway […]
Merlin Project is new project management software for Mac — developed by ProjectWizards Inc. — aiming to solve the problems involved with planning complex projects that a simple spreadsheet can’t handle.