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How to Add Chapters to Your Podcast  How to Add Chapters to Your Podcast 

MacOS: I quit a lot of conversational podcasts early. They get boring for a few minutes, I try hunting for the next good bit with 30-second skips, and I give up and delete the episode. But I don’t quit Scriptnotes—because even though the hosts can go off on tangents or discuss insider topics that don’t matter to me, I…

Reeder 3, Awesome RSS Reader, Is Now Free From the Mac App Store Reeder 3, Awesome RSS Reader, Is Now Free From the Mac App Store

If you’re in the market for a new RSS reader, have we got a deal for you.

Vanilla Is a Cheaper Cleanup Tool for the Mac Menu Bar Vanilla Is a Cheaper Cleanup Tool for the Mac Menu Bar

MacOS: We love Bartender, the $15 app that lets you hide menu bar items of your choice. But there’s a simpler, cheaper app that does the same thing. Vanilla hides your menu bar items for just $5. And you can try it for free.

The Essential Mac Apps for 2018

There are a bunch of great apps you can install on your Mac—no question there. Separating amazing apps from must-have apps is the hard part, and we don’t want you to spend hours analyzing the Mac App Store (or scouring the web) to find the very best and most useful apps. We’ve made a list of champions across four…

The Best Call Recorder for Skype Is Ecamm Call Recorder The Best Call Recorder for Skype Is Ecamm Call Recorder

I’m a journalist. (Kind of.) I have to record calls a lot, to supplement my notes. When I make a call over Skype, I use Ecamm Call Recorder, a simple but full-featured Mac-only Skype extension.

Download Free Stuff From Reddit's Favorite Websites Download Free Stuff From Reddit's Favorite Websites

“What are some cool websites where you can download free stuff?” asked redditor howtoadvanced. He got over 5,000 answers. We’ve gone through and categorized the best ones, identifying each resource. You could spend the rest of your life just entertaining and educating yourself with the free books, music, games, apps,…

RealtimeBoard Is a Simple Virtual Whiteboard RealtimeBoard Is a Simple Virtual Whiteboard

No virtual whiteboard is perfect for everyone—and every virtual whiteboard service seems to shut down after a few years. While we’ve recommended several over the years, the only one still around is Twiddla, which is so feature-rich that it might feel too complicated (and ugly) for some projects. If so, try the simpler…

Bring Your Own Sound Effects With This Soundboard App for Mac Bring Your Own Sound Effects With This Soundboard App for Mac

There are plenty of existing soundboard apps (and sites), but the new app Farrago may be the best. Like most apps from Rogue Amoeba, it’s a fairly powerful tool with a smart and friendly interface, and you can try it out free before you shell out $49 for a license (currently on sale for $39).

Declutter Your Mac Desktop Declutter Your Mac Desktop

MacOS: Some people keep their computer desktop neat. Some people are happy to keep their desktop messy. For those who want a clean desktop but have trouble maintaining it, there’s Declutter.

Hate iTunes? Use Tiny Player for Mac Hate iTunes? Use Tiny Player for Mac

iTunes is bloated. If you just want to play some mp3s like you did in the old days, try Tiny Player for Mac.

What Utility Apps Do You Install on Every New Computer? What Utility Apps Do You Install on Every New Computer?

There are a few programs everyone knows to add to a new computer: Chrome, Spotify, Dropbox, some work apps like Excel or Photoshop. But many of us also have our favorite helper apps and utilities to customize our workflow.

Calm Down With These Stress-Free, Non-Violent Video Games Calm Down With These Stress-Free, Non-Violent Video Games

Inspired by games from the 2016 Self-Care Jam (which Kotaku mined for favorites), MetaFilter users recently named their favorite calming video games. Some will be familiar, but others are deep cuts by independent developers. Most aren’t for winning or losing, just exploring, interacting, and existing. None of them…

Microsoft’s Workspace App Brings Useful Information to Mac Users Microsoft’s Workspace App Brings Useful Information to Mac Users

Microsoft’s experimental projects division has released a toolbar utility for Mac-based Office 365 users that lets you access your OneDrive files, make video calls, and see your next appointments.

iTunes Keeps Auto-Playing? Download This Blank Song iTunes Keeps Auto-Playing? Download This Blank Song

iTunes users all know the aggravating feeling every time you plug your phone into your car, or idly hit play: The first song in your library comes on, feeling less like music and more like an alarm clock, and you rush to turn it back off. And then you never again want to play Adele or Abbey Road or “Ain’t No…

Muzzle Automatically Disables OS X Notifications When You Screen-Share Muzzle Automatically Disables OS X Notifications When You Screen-Share

When you’re sharing your screen for a business or school presentation, you don’t want any notifications popping up, like a sext, a calendar notification for your therapist appointment, or a Slack DM about the problem client you’re currently presenting to. You could hit “Do Not Disturb,” but what if you forget? While…

This is the Best Simple App for Converting Images  This is the Best Simple App for Converting Images 

If you’ve ever needed to upload an image or two, or deal with a scanned document, you know about all the headaches that come with conversion, and how finicky sites get with different file types.

The Best Tools to Archive Web Pages The Best Tools to Archive Web Pages

It seems like a lot of web pages are disappearing from the internet these days. If you feel like taking on archiving duties for yourself, there are a variety of tools for doing so.

Clocker Crams a World Clock into Your Menu Bar Clocker Crams a World Clock into Your Menu Bar

Mac: Your Mac has a world clock built into it, but it’s relegated to the Notification Center and stuck in analog for some reason. Clocker lets you jam that world clock into the menu bar, where’s it’s easily accessible.

This Terminal Dashboard Reminds You to Take a Break When You're Lost Deep Inside the Command Line This Terminal Dashboard Reminds You to Take a Break When You're Lost Deep Inside the Command Line

If you use the terminal a lot to code, then you know it’s easy to get lost deep inside those blinking commands. Tiny-Care-Terminal is a small little dashboard that reminds you to stop and take care of yourself every once in a while.

Collate Is a Privacy-Focused Evernote-Style Notes App Collate Is a Privacy-Focused Evernote-Style Notes App

Windows/Mac/Linux: When it comes to notes apps, you have a seemingly endless trail of options, but it’s rare to find one that’s cross-platform, supports the Evernote-style of rich notes, and works without needing an account somewhere. Collate is just that.

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