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53 Twitter Apps for the Mac

The Mac AppStorm has compiled a list of 53 Twitter applications for Mac OS X. Twitter is a well known social network service where you post 140 character updates. Make sure to follow @SaudiMac. The Ultimate List of Twitter Software for Mac (50+ Apps) [Mac.AppStorm]. Arabic version of this post on SaudiMac.net.

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iBooks available at the iPad App Store

Apple has released iBooks, their electronic book reader for the iPad, in the iTunes App Store. iBooks is free and currently available in the US iTunes Store. iBooks currently supports the following languages: English, Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Russian and Spanish. No Arabic support at the moment. Arabic version of this post on SaudiMac.net.

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MacUpdate Spring Bundle 2010 $425 for $50

MacUpdate has announced their latest Bundle. The bundle includes $425 worth of Mac applications for $49.99. The bundle include the following applications: Back-In-Time ($29) access Time Machine files Timeline 3D ($65) timeline generator (for presentations) ForeverSave ($14.95) backup utility Hydra ($79.95) HDR tool for photographers Hyperspaces ($12.95) customize “Spaces” Mac DVDRipper Pro ($9.95) DVD ripping tool MacScan ($29.99) security tool ...

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Alfred, Application Launcher

There are a lot of “launchers” for the Mac. I personally use QuickSilver. There are others such as Butler, LaunchBar and Google Quick Search Box. The following article explains how to use Alfred. Something very impressive about Alfred that is even on the first opening, it doesn’t appear to do any indexing and just works straight away. How To Quickly ...

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MacHeist nanobundle: 7 apps for $20

MacHeist has announced their latest bundle: The MacHeist nanoBundle 2. It includes 7 Mac OS X apps priced at $260. The bundle cost only $19.95. Apps included are: MacJournal – original price $39.95: writing application. RipIt – original price $19.95: DVD ripping app. Clips – original price $27: clipboard manager. CoverScout – original price $39.95: iTunes album art retriever. Flow ...

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Demand Arabic in Microsoft Office for Mac 2011

Microsoft announced Office for Mac 2011 at Macworld 2010 earlier this month. Arabic/Hebrew RTL/BiDi language support is still missing. The admins at the Office for Mac Facebook page responded to my question regarding Arabic support. Their response was “This is the sort of passion we love to see! And please, please, please…have your friends send requests to this form so ...

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Do You Get Your Daily Dose of SPAM?

Almost everyone gets their daily dose of Spam. We get it in our emails, we get it on our blogs, and we get it on our cellphones in the form of SMS messages. But I think this is the first time I get spam from PushMe.to. So if you’re the person who sent me this message, please stop. It’s not ...

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Interactive 3D desktop application

A Mac version of the 3D desktop application BumpTop has been released. The app provides a 3D interface for your desktop where you can move items around, stack and interact with them. This is a video demonstration: The application is free but for $29 you can buy the Pro version which adds more features including multi-touch gestures. Via cnet. Arabic ...

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2Do 1.2 iPhone To Do App released

GuidedWays has released version 1.2 of their iPhone/iPod touch To Do management app, 2Do. Some of the new features in 1.2 include: creation of projects/checklists, Microsoft Outlook support, better batch editing, recurring tasks support, share tasks between 2Do users via email, push notifications improvements and better synchronization. The app is currently being sold for $6.99 on the iTunes App Store. ...

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MobileMe Gallery app for the iPhone

Apple has released “MobileMe Gallery” for the iPhone and iPod touch. The app allows you to browse your published MobileMe photos and videos. You can also view your friends’ MobileMe galleries. The app is now available on the iTunes App Store for free. You can buy a 1 year subscription of MobileMe from Apple directly (single user: $99, family pack: ...

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