DelibarA simple del.icio.us desktop client for Mac OS X, to help collects all of our bookmarks in the menubar. It’s way simpler to access our bookmarks this way.
See that semi-transparent bar that spans across the entire width of your desktop at the top of your screen? That’s the menu bar—a vital component of Mac OS X. The menu bar hosts many functions and commands to complete your tasks at hand. When you need to accomplish a task, you can access just about any(…)
HimmelBarHimmelBar provides an icon in the menu bar to quickly access your installed applications located under standard locations such as local, user, network and developer applications.HimmelBar’s behavior resembles that of our Dock List View, but by installing HimmelBar, we can save our precious Dock space.
Web Services Icon Name Description Cost Amua Control Last.fm radio streams; an alternative to the official player. free BloglinesMenu Display the number of unread items in your Bloglines subscriptions. free Changes Meter Monitor web pages and/or files on your hard drive for changes. free Delibar Quickly access your Delicious bookmarks. free DiggUpdate View a drop-down(…)
Fantastical Price: £14 The Calendar app to rule them all. Fantastical is the easiest way to create new events and reminders straight from your desktop. A single click on its menulet opens up a mini calender view. Type in an event or reminder such as ‘Lunch with Denise on Thursday at 1pm’ and you can consider it a(…)
iStat MenusWith iStat Menus, monitoring our system stats is just a glance away, which is by looking at our menubar. iStat Menus can display various system stats, ranging from CPU Speed and Memory Usage, up to Fans Speed.Many have known and used this, but I believe it’s important to re-emphasize it again.
What is the Menu Bar? It won’t take long to realize that Mac OS X has only one Menu Bar and that it is always positioned at the top of the screen. This is in stark contrast to Windows environments where each application window has its own dedicated menu bar. The single Menu Bar implementation(…)
Temperature MonitorTemperature Monitor is an application to read out all accessible temperature sensors in Macintosh computers. The program can visualize the history graphs of the readings, display measured values in a large variety of fashions, or announce readings by speech output.