QuickTime 10.0 was first demonstrated at WWDC in 2009. The application ships with Mac OS X 10.6 and higher. This version of QuickTime was rewritten from scratch to include support for 64-bit codecs, which in turn does not allow the player to natively play some legacy codecs, such as MIDI, interractive QuickTime movies, and QTVR. QuickTime 7.7 can be installed alongside for legacy codecs playback.
Mac Informer is a great tool to keep your system always up to date. It scans your computer and finds all the applications that you have installed. Most importantly, it points out the versions of those applications. Mac Informer has an incredibly large web database with tens of thousands of applications and it always seems to know what is the current version of an application is.
Skype is the king of the Voice Over IP (VOIP) world. It is one of those applications that really don't need an introduction. Although the application has changed a lot in the last few years, it still offers the best service for calls both over the Internet, landlines and to mobile phones
VLC media player is a very popular program designed to be used on various platforms like Mac, Windows, Linux, and Unix, and is well known for providing you with a wide range of useful features. This open source application works with almost any multimedia format, gives you access to dozens of video and audio configurations, and comes with a simple interface.
Notes is an application designed to make quick records. It's interface is very simple and highly intuitive. When you launch the application you can create a new note immediately. More importantly, all you write is saved automatically, so you do not have to veer off from your thoughts in any way.
With Mountain Lion, the Game Center social gaming network is now on the Mac, so you can enjoy games with friends who have a Mac, iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. The new Game Center app lets you set up and personalise your gaming experience. Simply use...
A very lightweight program with its easy-breezy installation, in a few clicks of the mouse you are ready to start backing up your documents and pictures with 2GB available for free web space. The company also offers 50GB and 100GB options on a subscription basis.
Adobe Reader is a PDF viewing app for Mac OS X. It allows you to open PDF files and browse them and print them. It doesn't really have any features that allow you to create a PDF file or any content whatsoever. On Windows, Adobe Reader is arguably the most popular PDF reader that there is.
Microsoft Office is a commercial office suite, consisting of a number of interrelated applications and services. It is still one of the best productivity suite for the Mac platform, available on the market. Its range of features and usability are unsurpassed and guarantee the user a smooth and pleasant usage experience.
Keep track of your busy schedule and share it with others using Calendar. Create separate calendars - one for home, another for school, a third for work, and so on. See all your calendars in a single window or choose to see only the calendars you...
The Maps app lets you use every pixel of your display to explore new destinations, and it takes full advantage of the graphics power of your Mac. So zooming is incredibly smooth and responsive. Text and details are crisp and easy to read. And you get gorgeous views such as Flyover, a photo-realistic, interactive 3D experience that lets you soar high above selected cities.
Google Earth is a virtual mapping and topography tool by Google. It is an exceptional piece of software that allows you to roam around the world and watch satellite imagery and maps for every country in the world. When you start it, you will see a virtual globe and it will automatically zoom in on your location.
StuffIt Expander easily expands and decoded all the files you download from the Web or receive in your email. StuffIt Expander can expand over 30 formats including StuffIt, RAR, 7zip, split and segmented archives. Are you getting "Operation Not...
With Windows Media Components for QuickTime by Flip4Mac, you can play Windows Media files (.wma and .wmv) directly in QuickTime Player and view Windows Media content on the Internet using a web browser.