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100 Best Mac OS X Apps Of Year 2011 [Editor's Pick] A few days back, we brought you a list of 150 best Windows applications of year 2011. Now, it’s time to take a look at the best Mac OS X applications we covered last year. We’ve consistently been covering Mac apps, and while Mac OS may not be as famous as Windows, it is big enough to justify a roundup at the end of year. vWorker.com: How work gets done. Guaranteed! Freelancer.com is the world's largest freelancing, outsourcing, and crowdsourcing marketplace for small business. With over 10 million users, you can hire a freelancer to do your contract work at a fraction of the cost. Whether you need PHP developers, web designers, or content writers, you can outsource jobs within minutes. Browse through hundreds of skills including copywriting, data entry, and graphic design or more technical areas like coding HTML, programming MySQL, and designing CSS.

The best way to use Gmail and Google Calendar on your iPhone Android users can take advantage of Google’s major services right out of the box, but setting Gmail, Google Contacts, and Google Calendar up on your iPhone isn’t quite so clear. It’s worth doing right, though: with a little elbow grease you can have a setup that’s every bit as good. It’ll let you use the new Gmail app, which is a big improvement over the iPhone’s standard mail app and most other third-party options, and you’ll also get a better, simpler calendar and contacts setup — goodbye, weird duplicated events and endless birthday notifications. Plus, we’d swear that our battery life got a lot better as soon as we left Exchange and turned to our new setup.

OmniPlan 2.0.3 Productivity Software Review Most of us can usually get by with tools such as Cultured Code’s Things ( ) or Hog Bay Software’s TaskPaper ( ) for managing to-do lists or other day-to-day tasks. But large-scale projects that involve the coordination of a multitude of resources over several months or years require something more, like the Omni Group’s OmniPlan. OmniPlan is designed to help you take in the broad view of a project while still keeping you focused on the details necessary to make sure all your resources are in place and the project is completed on time. The concept behind any project management application is pretty simple. First, you create a project with a specific start and end date. Then you create the tasks necessary to take you from the beginning to the end of the project, and you consider the resources you need to complete those tasks.

Overview of Wine What Is Wine? Wine is an implementation of the Windows API running on Unix. You can think of Wine as a translator between the application and the operating system. Perform Lengthy Tasks With One Click Using Click.to For Mac Earlier this year, we featured Click.to app for Windows which significantly saves you tedious mouse clicking to perform lengthy tasks, such as, sharing images and files on social media platforms, searching YouTube videos, sending selected text to default email client’s compose window and more. For those who aren’t familiar with Click.to, it’s a user-centric application that provides a list of actions for text, images, documents and items in clipboard to instantly perform them over the focused item. Click.to has recently released the Mac version which supports both Mac Snow Leopard and Lion.

Mac OS X keyboard shortcuts To use a keyboard shortcut you press a modifier key with a character key. For example, pressing the Command key (it has a symbol) and then the "c" key copies whatever is currently selected (text, graphics, and so forth) into the Clipboard. This is also known as the Command-C keyboard shortcut. Curio - Mind Mapping, Brainstorming, and Project Management Software for Mac OS X Curio is an amazingly flexible digital notebook for storing and managing everything. The Real World You have work projects and home projects, school classes to manage and book reports to research, vacations to plan and novels to write, web sites to design and lab results to organize.

Cached link - Web Search Help When you click Cached, you'll see the webpage as it looked when Google last visited the page. About Cached Links Google crawls the web and takes snapshots of each page as a backup in case the current page is not available. These pages then become part of Google’s “cache.” Keyboard shortcuts From Mac Guides Keyboard shortcuts are combinations of simultaneous key presses that perform certain actions as an alternative to using the mouse. Keyboard shortcuts usually require a combination of modifier keys (command, option, control and shift) and other keys.

PopClip for Mac PopClip appears when you select text with your mouse on your Mac. Instantly copy & paste, and access actions like search, spelling, dictionary and over 100 more. Download Tour When you decided who is responsible for the task, select him/her in the assign to field. So that he/she can check the task in the Inbox. If selected Nobody, you can still find it in your From Me box. Top of Tree - Tree, outliner for Mac OS X. Horizontally expanding outliner. Tree view In tree view, Tree displays your data in a horizontally expandable tree diagram. This offers you a more intuitive way of working with your outlines. You can easily switch between tree view and a traditional list view while editing your documents.

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