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|Mac Remote for Android – While many Mac users tend to stick to what they know and purchase an iPhone, there’s still a significant percentage of Apple computer users who own Android smartphones as well. Apple has released an app that allows you to control your computer from your iPhone, but naturally there is no equivalent Android app from the company. Not to worry, because Mac Remote for Android is virtually the same thing. Read more: Mac Remote for Android: Control OS X From Your Android|
|– follows the exact same principle as Pinterest – collect web snips, images and add your own personal data to the table. Once you’ve started a collection you can choose how to display it before presenting it to a global audience in a format that resembles a digital magazine. This is what really sets it apart from the aforementioned network, which forces its users to use the same format for each pinboard.|
|SwitchUp – If you are looking for an easy way to set up different profiles for different parts of your life, SwitchUp is the program for you. With SwitchUp, you can set up different profiles for almost any program on your Mac. Setting up profiles for the programs is as simple as setting up your settings the first time. Read more: SwitchUp: Create Separate Profiles For Different Programs [Mac]|
|Shady Contacts – Do you have contacts and SMS messages that you don’t want prying eyes seeing? For one reason or another, you may have precious information in your contacts or text messages that you would not like anyone who is messing around with your phone to see. If you are looking for an easy way to make this goal a reality, you need to download Shady Contacts to your Android device. Read more: Shady Contacts: Keep Call Logs & Texts From Prying Eyes [Android]|
|Hexels – Hexels is a unique image creation app for the Mac that pulls elements from both standard paint programs as well as high-end software like Photoshop. However, there’s a catch – it operates entirely using a variety of “pixels” that come in assorted shapes. The app’s name comes from its default hexagonal dot set, but it also offers other shapes like crystals, diagonal lines, circles, and more Read more: Hexels: Go Beyond Square Pixels With This Drawing App (Mac)|
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