9 Alternatives to Swish
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Beautiful PixelsOn my iPhone, I rely on Due to handle my reminders. It's a lovely little app that quickly lets me create reminders about anything using natural language. Sometimes, for reminders over the next few minutes, I just tell Siri to set a timer for X minutes. And on the Mac, I have Gestimer now.
BGRSometimes things don't have to be very complex to have an impact. In fact, Apple's entire design esthetic focuses on the "less is more" philosophy, and the associated principles clearly have an influence on many iOS and OS X developers.
MacstoriesWhen I think about what makes a great app, I don't think it needs to be packed full of every imaginable feature. It doesn't need to be as precisely and extensively engineered as Editorial or Tweetbot. A great app can just as easily be an app like Pedometer++ or Blink, apps which enable users to [...]
MacworldThe best solutions are often the simplest. Time after time, Apple has unveiled revolutionary new input methods that seem obvious in retrospect but are ingenious in their simplicity; things like the mouse, the click wheel, and multitouch are so deceptively simple they have instantly changed the way we approach the respective interfaces they control, bringing … See more
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ArunI have been a huge fan of Keyboard Maestro all these days, but discovered Alfred now only to find it more powerful. Alfred is probably the best yet.
ArunYes, Alfred is a super useful multitasking app. But then, there's Keyboard Maestro and I love it too! http://producthunt.com/posts/key...
Davidvb - Ld. UI/UXI used Quicksilver for the longest time but once I switched to bartender I wish I did earlier! It keeps surprising me with new useful stuff (certainly also thanks to it's community!) It does make me wish I could program and not just design, because I have some ideas for powerful extensions...
Carl GieringerWhen you find your hand on the mac trackpad, this utility helps ensure that you don't need to leave it. Close the current window by swiping three fingers down. Show the application switcher by tapping four fingers. Open a link in a new browser tab by triple-clicking/tapping. Switch between tabs by "tip-tapping" (holding down one or more fingers and tappi… See more