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If you’re a snow fan, you can enjoy some snow on your computer or iDevice desktop for Christmas wherever you live, and the great thing about virtual snow is that you don’t have to shovel or plow it! There are more snow applications for Apple devices than you might imagine.
Hard copy greeting cards are now the exception rather than the rule due to the cost of postage and the proliferation of computers, even though surveys indicate most people still prefer receiving greeting cards in the mail over ecards, regarding a physical card as more meaningful than the electronic alternative. Whichever sort of greeting you decide to send, here are some more ways your Mac or iOS device can help.
For me, the fragrant Balsam Fir is the perfect Christmas tree, with its soft dark green needles, symmetrical shape and distinctive aroma. As one Nova Scotia grower puts it, the Balsam Fir is Christmas. And while I’m not a fan of full-size artificial Christmas trees, I do like the virtual ones you can have on your Mac Desktop or iOS device…especially when they’re free.
Pioneer announced today that their popular DDJ-WeGO DJ controller (doesn’t that just roll off the tongue?) now plays well with Algoriddim’s djay LE DJ software for Mac. Additionally, if you buy or already own a DDJ-WeGO controller, you can now download djay LE for free. The djay LE app is basically the same as Algoriddim’s regular djay application for Mac, except you can’t record your mixes and you can’t use the Automix function.
Hard copy greeting cards are now the exception rather than the rule, due to the cost of postage and the proliferation of computers, but surveys indicate most people still prefer receiving greeting cards in the mail hand-delivered in preference over e-cards, regarding a physical card as more meaningful than the electronic alternative. Be that as it may, your Mac or iOS device can be a big help in buying or creating physical greeting cards as well as e-cards.
Advent—which begins this year on the First Sunday in Advent, December 2, 2012, this year—marks New Years on the the historic Christian Church calendar, the beginning of the new liturgical year and the Church season leading up to Christmas Day. Presumably some people actually welcome rollout of Christmas decorations, music, and commercial hype directly after more »
When it comes to making real changes in your life, there are a lot of ways you can go. And sometimes a good piece of software can help you to do it better and get further. That’s why we’re going to take a look at some of the best OS X apps for helping you to make a major life change. I won’t say these bits of software for your Mac will make the transition simple, but they may make it smoother.
It appears MobileMe won’t be the only service to get discontinued, as Apple will also be shutting down the iWork.com web portal by the end of July. Apple sent a reminder to customers warning them of the impeding closing of the service which allowed customers access to documents stored on the iWork.com website.
Skype has announced availability of Skype 5.8 for Mac. Aside from making the app ready for OS X Mountain Lion, which is due for release next month, the update also brings in several new features that will surely please you if you use Skype for Mac constantly.
Although not the significant player it once was, Symantec continues its Mac support with various system utilities. This time around, the company has developed a password manager for OS X and iOS, calling it Identity Safe. Where Identity Safe surely beats out the competition is in price; Symantec is offering Norton Identity Safe as a completely free download all the way until October 1st of this year.