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Countdown Adds A Simple Timer To Your Menubar

Mac: Sometimes, you just need a quickly accessible timer. Countdown is a Mac app that does just that.

Lifehacker Pack For Mac 2015: Our List Of The Best Mac Apps

There’s no shortage of useful, interesting apps for the Mac, but some of them you just can’t live without. In this year’s annual Lifehacker Pack for Mac, we’re highlighting the best downloads for better productivity, communication, media management and more.

TaiG Releases iOS 8.4 Jailbreak Tool For Mac

Mac/iOS: Back in June, the TaiG team released their jailbreak tool for Windows. That was followed up by an unofficial (and glitchy) offshoot for Mac by another team in July. Now, the TaiG team has released their Mac version.

This Week's Top Ten Downloads

Every week, we share a number of downloads for all platforms to help you get things done. Here were the top downloads from this week.

Reeder 3 For Mac Is Now Available As A Public Beta

Mac: Reeder is our favourite RSS client for Mac and today a public beta of the new version, Reeder 3 is available for free.

Mail Pilot 2, The Mac Email Client, Enters Free Beta

Mail Pilot is an admirable email app for iOS that turns your emails into to-dos, and if you want to check it out on OS X, you can do so now for free.

Keyboard Maestro Adds New Macro Controls, Palette Design And More

Mac: Keyboard Maestro is a fantastic tool for automating your Mac, but it’s also a bit hard to use. A new update solves some of that with some interface changes that make it a lot easier to use.

Back Up Your Music Before Disabling Apple Music

Apple Music’s deep integration with both iOS and iTunes is handy, but it’s not all rainbows. Over on the Loop, Jim Dalrymple details how disabling Apple Music in iTunes also destroyed about 4700 songs in his iTunes library.

Ghostnote Adds Contextual Notes To Any Program In OS X

Mac: Sticky notes are a common way to keep notes, and Ghostnote takes that idea to the next level. Ghostnote allows you to attach notes directly to applications, folders, files and websites.

Quickly Approve Apps For Your Mac's Gatekeeper From The Command Line

Newer versions of OS X have a Gatekeeper feature that prevents apps from unidentified developers from installing without your OK. Typically, to approve apps you want to install, you have to go into System Preferences, but OS X Daily shows off a slightly quicker route through the Command Line.

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