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    TattooedMac's Avatar
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    What is ypur favourite new App you have got from the MAS ???
    So what have you found in the MAS that you now dont think you will do without ?
    I have found Remote Mouse and im using it at the moment to post this thread.
    Download the Remote Mouse server App for my MBP and pay a couple of bucks for the App for the iPod Touch and now i have a touch pad track pad i use to remotely control my Mac.
    ATM its hooked up to my 46" and im just sitting back comfortably typing this . . .
    Can see my using this quite a lot actually

    Whats yours ??
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    As of now, I've only dl'd one app and that is Angry Birds. Sooo nice to have it on the larger screen as opposed to my iPad or iPhone. Love it!

    TattooedMac: There is an iPhone/iPod Touch app called "Mobile Mouse Free" that does the same thing you mentioned and it's free in the iPhone app store. By R.P.A. Tech. I use it to control my Mac when it's hooked up to the TV for watching shows online. Touch pad and keyboard. Love it!
    64GB iPhone 6, 64GB iPad Air 2.

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    Yea thanks for that ....... Ill download it and try it out since its free. But honestly, if it turns out to be better, im still stoked i only paid a couple $ for it. Where else could you go and buy a mouse (touchpad at that) and pay that little ?? Thats the way i look at it But it is a tiny tiny little buggy in relation to the sensitivity on the touch screen ...
    Will get back with the other one ...

    Mods please move to OS X Applications and Games

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    I like the game "The incident"

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    Evernote, Great for storing all the snippets of text in the internet that could be useful one day.
    Use the reputation system if a post helps you!
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    Chopper 2.app! The only problem with the game is the idiot behind the stick who thinks he's a pilot and keeps running into birds and crashing. Lots of fun though and certainly worth the .99 cents I paid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chscag View Post
    Chopper 2.app! The only problem with the game is the idiot behind the stick who thinks he's a pilot and keeps running into birds and crashing. Lots of fun though and certainly worth the .99 cents I paid.
    Yep this is up there too.Nothing like sitting back playing on my 46". Trouble is getting it off my son......
    Dont forget to use the Reputation System if someone has helped you out !!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TattooedMac View Post
    Yep this is up there too.Nothing like sitting back playing on my 46". Trouble is getting it off my son......
    Glad to hear your son is playing with you

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    Alfred - a great replacement for Quicksilver

    and

    Pomodoro - a great little time management tool.
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    Alfred, Aperture 3, and Sketchbook Pro.

    I was using Gnome Shell on an Ubuntu system for a while and really liked having the ability to start applications by typing a few letters of the name, and the Overview mode is like pressing F8 on a Mac (shows all your desktops / spaces). Well, those are the main things I liked about GS.
    Now Alfred gives me the same functionality on my MacBook.

    Aperture is great for processing RAW files and editing images. I'm sure there are other great solutions for digital photography but with Aperture 3 priced at $79, it's a pretty good deal. And Sketchbook Pro at $29 for a limited time is a good deal too although I'm used to pencil and paper sketching so it's going to take some getting used to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McYukon View Post
    Evernote, Great for storing all the snippets of text in the internet that could be useful one day.
    +1 for Evernote ..... great app.

    Cheers ... McBie
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    Braid is an incredible game. So glad I got it, and only $5 (think it is a promotion right now)

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