Tag / mac apps

add signature pdf document mac

Have you ever had to deal with a company who emails you a form to fill out and sign? Usually the documents they send are in the PDF format, and this is good, because it’s super easy to sign these forms and email them right back, without having a scanner or fax machine.

All you need is a Mac that has an iSight camera built in, or just a regular webcam.

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Any Keylogger Review for Mac

AnyKeylogger hides in the background and records keystrokes, visited website, takes screenshots and then finally secretly emails you the reports.

Sounds kind of scary doesn’t it? It could be a huge breach of privacy if used improperly. Using it to spy on your girlfriend or boyfriend is probably not the best idea. However for parents trying to keep track of their kids activities online it can be useful.

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best window alternative software

When I first switched to Mac, I wasn’t sure which applications would be best suited to replace my Windows programs. Most of the programs that I used on my Windows PC didn’t have a Mac version and this led to trying to find the best alternative.

But how do you go about finding the best Windows alternative application when every company says theirs is the best?

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iflicks version 2

iFlicks, if you’re not already aware, is an awesome app that gets video artwork as well as meta data and then converts and imports your videos to iTunes. Way back when I first started this website, I did a review of iFlicks version 1. If you’ve read that review you know I really like iFlicks.

With the major update to iFlicks 2, we are getting a redesigned interface, better chapter and subtitle support and even faster processing… oh and my favorite new feature, it can now automatically get the squared TV artwork.

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record iphone ipad iPod touch screen on mac video

Airplay is an awesome feature that wirelessly sends the screen of your iOS device onto an Apple TV. The one downfall is that it does not support steaming to your computer. That’s where AirServer comes into play. By simply installing it, you gain the ability to also stream high quality video and audio from your iOS device to your Mac.

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diskmaker x os x mavericks guide

In previous articles I went through a lengthy method of creating a USB drive that could be used to install OS X Mavericks as well as a method that utilizes a simple Terminal command.

This method involves using a free Application called DiskMaker X. And what separates this method from the other methods that I wrote about is that this is incredibly simple.

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easy compress images pictures mac

ImageOptim is an awesome open source (free) image optimizer. I recently started using it and wanted to let all you know about it.

Optimizing your images with ImageOptim will reduce your image file size while maintaining the same quality. What is does is strip off all the unnecessary data that is included with in the image. For instance it compresses by removing unnecessary information, like EXIF tags, file comments and color profiles.

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