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WorkspacePro for MacOS

WorkspacePro for MacOS
$5  Buy Comment

WorkspacePro lets you launch and close multiple apps at once from the Menu Bar. It lets you create and edit groups of apps, set a group to launch on startup, open another instance of an app, hide or force close launched apps, and more.

HazeOver for Mac

HazeOver for Mac

HazeOver is a great addition for any Mac user who works on a large display, multiple monitors, or just keeps lots of windows open. To reduce distractions and improve focus, it automatically dims all but the front-most window, or all windows on the front-most app.

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The Epic Mac Bundle

The Epic Mac Bundle

Load up your Mac with eight great productivity and utility apps for a one great price. You’ll get Fantastical 2 for managing your calendar, Flux 7 for building websites, PDF Expert for taming documents, and much more. Save more than 90% in The Awesomer Shop.

AirBuddy for MacOS

AirBuddy for MacOS
$5+  Buy Comment

AirBuddy connects your AirPods to Macs in the same manner that the earphones do on iOS devices. It also lets you see the battery status of nearby AirPods, their charging case, and even iPhones, iPads and compatible Beats headphones.

2018 Mac Mini

2018 Mac Mini
$799++  Buy Link Comment

Apple’s littlest Mac gets a much-needed boost. The new Mac Mini can be configured from a 4-core i3 CPU up to a 6-core 8th gen Core i7, 8GB to 64GB RAM, 256GB to 2TB SSD, and has four Thunderbolt 3 ports, two USB-A and an HDMI port. Spec’d out, you can spend over $4000.

OneCast for Mac & iOS

OneCast for Mac & iOS
$20/$12  Buy Link Comment

You can stream and play Xbox One games on a Windows 10 PC. But what if you have a Mac or an iOS device? That’s what OneCast is for. It’s an easy to setup streaming client that supports the Xbox One controller. It costs $20 for Macs and $12 for iOS devices.

CleanShot for Mac

CleanShot for Mac
$15  Buy Link Comment

The built-in screenshot tool in Macs is neat. But CleanShot improves on it in several ways. First off, it can hide your desktop icons – even when you’re done taking shots. It also automatically centers the window you’re shooting. It also has quick actions for saved shots.

Deal: Storyteller’s Mac Bundle

Deal: Storyteller’s Mac Bundle
$25  Buy Comment

Acquire the productivity tools that can help you develop and capture the stories you want to tell. Get six great programs for writers, including Persona, StoryMill, Contour 2, Mariner Write, and more. It’s a $219 value for 88% off the MSRP in The Awesomer Shop.

Reflector 3 Mirroring App

Reflector 3 Mirroring App
$12  Buy Comment

Reflector 3 wirelessly mirrors your iOS or Android device’s screen to a Mac or Windows computer as well as to an Android device, such as Amazon Fire TV or Android-enabled smart TVs. You can take screenshots, record screens and even have audio-only streams.

Deal: Storyteller’s Mac Bundle

Deal: Storyteller’s Mac Bundle
$29  Buy Comment

Whether you’re working on the next great American novel, a blockbuster screenplay, or just like to share short stories with your friends, this bundle of apps will help you organize your thoughts, structure stories, and better develop characters. Save 88% in The Awesomer Shop.

Unclutter for Mac

Unclutter for Mac
$10  Buy Link Comment

Keep your Mac’s desktop clean and more with Unclutter. It has drop-down fields where you can store files and shortcuts, manage your clipboard and make notes. It can also sync your files and notes via Dropbox. If you own DaisyDisk, you can buy Unclutter for just $5.

Pay What You Want: Mac App Bundle

Pay What You Want: Mac App Bundle
$???  Buy Comment

Load up your Mac with this library of excellent, award-winning apps for productivity, utility, creativity, and fun with this epic “pay what you want” bundle in The Awesomer Shop. Get 13 apps for sure, and beat the average price to unlock all 15.

Deal: Creative Mac Bundle

Deal: Creative Mac Bundle
$29  Buy Comment

Mac users, load up your system with a dozen great creative apps, and get access to over 25 hours of photography, video, and web design training in this bargain-priced bundle. There’s more than $1200 worth of software and training here, all for just $29 in The Awesomer Shop.

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Deal: Lifetime Mac Bundle

Deal: Lifetime Mac Bundle
$49  Buy Comment

Load up your Mac with $1200+ worth of great apps, including NetSpot Pro, Sticky Password Premium, CameraGuard Pro, CameraBag Cinema, Hands Off!, Biff, Arq 5, Yummy FTP Pro, PDFManagerUltimate, and CloudMounter. Save an extra $5 w/ coupon code MACBUNDLE5.

TripMode

TripMode

A desktop application that makes it easy to select which programs can connect to the Internet. Very useful when you’re using a mobile hotspot and other cellular connections. It also shows the total data consumed for that session. Available for Windows and OS X.

Screentendo

Screentendo

Aaron Randall’s fun, but ultimately useless Mac OS X application can turn an image on your computer screen into a Super Mario Bros. level. We’d love to see him build this out to be fully playable. Source code here.

Astropad

Astropad
$50  Buy Link Comment

Astropad is a pair of Mac and iPad apps that turn the iPad into a graphics tablet, with up to 60fps mirroring over WiFi or USB. It works with any Mac application as well as with a variety of pressure-sensitive styli.

Parallels Access 2.0

Parallels Access 2.0
$20/yr.  Buy Link Comment

Previously exclusive to the iPad, Parallels’ mobile-friendly remote desktop software is now available for the iPhone as well as Android tablets and smartphones. It’s also more affordable now, down to $20 from $80 per year.

OpenEmu for OS X

OpenEmu for OS X

There are many video game emulators for OS X, but OpenEmu sets itself apart by making it easy to organize and play games from 12 classic systems, including the Game Boy, NES, SNES, Sega Genesis and Nintendo DS.

Parallels Access

Parallels Access
$80/computer/year  Buy Link Comment

An app/subscription service which lets you use your Windows PC or Mac remotely from your iPad, with intuitive touch-based control and a menu that makes them feel like native tablet apps. Even streams desktop video and audio.

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Seamless

Seamless
$2  Buy Comment

This nifty app lets you listen to your iTunes music collection on your Mac, iPhone or iPod Touch without interruption, fading out on one device and back in on the other – exactly where you left off.

The New Mac Mini

The New Mac Mini
$699+  Buy Comment

Amidst all the buzz about the iPhone 4, Apple snuck out an update to the venerable Mac Mini, with all aluminum construction, faster CPU & GPU, HDMI output and user-upgradeable RAM.

Team Fortress 2: Mac OS X

Team Fortress 2: Mac OS X

Just days after us Mac users got our hands on Portal and Half-Life 2, the Valve guys have loaded up Steam with our very own version of TF2. Order by 6/14, and get a free set of in-game earbuds.

Mac Classic iPad Dock

Mac Classic iPad Dock

Got an old Macintosh Classic lying around? One enterprising modder in Japan figured he could use his old Mac as the perfect doc for his iPad, and it just plain works. Don’t you want one now?

Savant Home Automation

Savant Home Automation

Savant creates luxury home theater and home automation solutions using a combination of Linux and Apple hardware. Its TrueImage Control system works through intuitive use of touchscreens.

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