iTunes - Saving you from hard drive bloat, one GB at a time.
iTunes 11.0.3 got a new slider.
A telling sign? A nugget of insightful insight into Apple’s direction with skeuomorphic design? Or just a new slider?
via Tom Brearley
Changing the brightness with Macbook keyboard always changes the laptop display. External keyboard always changes external display (if attached). Ctrl + brightness key inverts the behavior for both external and internal.
I wish I had better news for you, but you can’t anymore. There used to be a font option under Preferences > General, but Apple removed it some time ago.
Tweetbot for Mac is filled—literally—to the brim (HAHA GET IT THE ICON IS A DUCK) with power user-y Twitter features, yet it still manages to look this good.
Exhibit # 73: multi-column (and window) mode.
Messages for Mac + App.net + hackathon = a great new ad-free private messaging service right on your Mac with all the polish you’d expect.
Bonus points: this ain’t your typical hack-y setup: it’s built with the plugin API Apple provides and supports.
App Exposé (System Preferences > Trackpad > More Gestures) is a great way to view all the open windows in the current app. Turns out it’s also an easy and quick way to view a visual list of your most recently opened documents.
When you change your alarm time in Fantastical for Mac (as well as Fantastical for iPhone), a truly fantastic replacement for Apple’s calendar app, it sweats the details between whether an alarm is ‘1 hour’ or ‘2 hours’ before an event.
You can get Fantastical in the Mac App Store and App Store
If you plug your iPhone or iPad into iTunes and mouse over the colored storage bar at the bottom of the device details page, you’ll see more information about what and how much stuff is on your device.