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How to download Steam games on Mac

How do you install Steam games on your Mac? It’s simple and once you start, you won’t stop! Steam is one of the most popular online gaming stores for gamers everywhere and it’s not just for PC, you can enjoy Steam on your Mac too! Here’s how to install and download games using Steam for
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Only you can resurrect Twitterific for Mac!

Project Phoenix aims to reignite Twitterrific for Mac — and you can help make it happen! Twitterrific was the first Twitter client for Mac — for anything. It gave us the bird icon and much of the early culture surrounding Twitter, especially in the Apple community. It gave us a start. And now Twitteriffic for
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Best Mac games for kids

What are the best games for kids on Mac? We’ve got that answer right here. Gamers come in all shapes, sizes, and ages now. You no longer have to wait until you are old enough to hold a controller before mom and dad sink money into a console. Kids can game as soon as they
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Best music controller for the Mac

Simplify wins for most versatile music controller for the Mac! Lory Gil has been reviewing Mac apps for years and regularly tests and evaluates new apps as part of her job as app editor at iMore. If you have suggestions for this guide, you can contact her at lory@imore.com or @appaholik on Twitter. Best overall
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Best Menu bar widgets for the Mac

Get the most out of your Mac’s Menu bar with widgets that give you all the info you need at a glance. The Menu bar on the Mac is a nearly forgotten bastion of productivity. With the right widgets, you can have access to some of your most important apps and info without having to
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How to emojify your Mac with Rocket

Have you always wished it were easier to use emojis on your Mac? Today is your lucky day! The Mac does have a universal emoji keyboard. You can access it by hitting command + control + space on your keyboard. You can also set a shortcut to it on your Menu bar. But it doesn’t
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Best Evernote alternatives for Mac

The best: OneNote See on App Store If you are looking for an alternative to Evernote, OneNote is your best option thanks to the wide variety of features, cross-platform compatibility, and cloud syncing. Bottom-line: If you don’t like the way Evernote’s new pricing structure is headed, switch to OneNote instead. The details: Why OneNote is
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1Blocker comes to the Mac to keep web trackers off your back

Content blocking app 1Blocker, which first debuted for iPhone and iPad last fall with the release of iOS 9, has launched on the Mac. 1Blocker offers a wide range of controls, allowing you to block trackers, cookies, social widgets, and more. If you use the app on your iPhone and iPad, you’ll be able to
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Get eight great Mac apps for just $29.99 from X-Mirage

X-Mirage is currently offering a bundle of eight popular Mac apps and utilities for just $29.99. Apps in this bundle, such as Data Rescue, Hype, and iStat Menus, help you in tasks as diverse as data recovery and website construction. Here are the apps that are a part of this bundle: Data Rescue 4 (normally
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Airmail for Mac picks up Smart Folders, VIP contacts, and more

Airmail, the third-party email app for Mac, has received a lot of new features and improvements with version 3.0, and the app is now more in line with its counterpart for iPhone and iPad, adding Smart Folders, VIP contacts and notifications, and “send later” support for Gmail and Exchange accounts. Airmail will now also sync
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