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What software would you like to see for your Mac?


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A fellow programmer and I have created a software startup company, and while we have a few ideas and projects underway, we need to hear from you, the users; what software do you want for your Mac? What do you want, that isn't currently on the market? Or maybe there's a product you really like, but is missing something (or simply has too much).

So, post your ideas/comments here. Give us an idea of what you'd like to see come to the Mac, and what pricepoint you'd like to see it at.

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half life 2, grand theft auto, most good other pc games, microsift frontpage
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I wish I'd had Guitar Pro 4.0.. is the best music program)) if smbd converts it to I will be happy )))
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I want a(nother) RSS/Atom reader.

I *really* like NewsFire (http://newsfirerss.com) but the developer is a jerk and I don't want to pay any money to him. I've been thinking of learning to program with the intention of making an exact clone of NewsFire (both interface-wise and useability-wise)

I'd be willing to pay $10 for a NewsFire clone.
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Something like Streambox Ripper (Win only) on the Mac platform. It converts music from one format to another (eg. rm to mp3)
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Look into Proteus.. I love it

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I would like to see a calculator that works pretty much exactly like the TI-89. I had to get on at my school for calculus class...but then two weeks after i got it it was stolen. So know i don't have a calculator to do my homework with...and i really don't have the 150ish dollars to buy a new one right now.

So a really nice calculator would be cool...but i think very difficult!!
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