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A very flexible and intuitive notepad calculator. Of the ones I've tried (Soulver, CalcPad, Calca, Numi) this one is my favourite.
ProType out calculations
ProMultiple lines calculations
ProUse words and numbers together
ProSimple and minimalistic interface
ConStill in beta
It is very easy to use because functions are gathered together.
Textual is the only GUI IRC client I've used on macOS that has a modern-looking & customizable UI (full theming support, etc.), and straightforward configuration options.
ProDesigned with simplicity in mind
ProCan be used for free if you build it yourself
ProFull, native support for IPv6
ProRegularly maintained and updated
ProNative to Mac
Workflowy on steroids. Many many features that make life easier such as automated formatting and dedicated article view to making all the bullets disappear and focus your attention on the writings and structure. Less flexible but easier. In comparison, Dynalist also lets you create a folder structure on top...
ProCreate custom user styles
ProSearch and link to other notes
ProAbility to create documents and organize by folder, and search by title
ConExport options are limited to text, pdf and OPML
I maintain a repo with a lot of submodules and SmartGit simplified my workflow tremendously. Its UI can be intimidating at first, but it's actually quite intuitive and powerful once you get used to it. The log is powerful and allows you to control what branches/remotes to show, as well as show commits...
ProBest submodule workflow on the market
ProThe best multi-repository support
ProExtendable with external tools
ProAllows rearranging views
ProGreat commit tree in log
ProSame license works on OS X, Linux and Windows
ProBuilt-in encrypted master password vault
ProSupport Git, Mercurial and SVN
ProExcellent support and regular updates and improvements
ProAvailable for Windows and Linux as well, with the same interface
ProPortable version for Windows is available
ProGreat commit tree (graph) in log
ProCan be integrated with Github, Bitbucket, and Atlassian Stash
ProCan detect and even pull changes from remote repos automatically
ProLets you see what the command-line would be
ProSmart embedded difference viewer
ProEasy to use
Simple and convenient...
Easy friendly interface. All in one app
ProPlays almost any video file
ProBetter than QuickTime
So regardless having all those options, iTerm2 still is the best option by far. There's Terminator too, but the GTK window decorator stinks when using it on Mac OS - BrunoFunnie :P
ProComplete out of the box
I use this app to planing my tasks and projects. Has a service for budget planning. Can enter monthly expenses, expenses for tasks and individual expenses.
I like this software because it helps Spotify free trial users download their favorite SPotify music track/playlist with ease. It also supports converting Spotify music with fast speed and excellent quality!
ProDownloads Spotify music tracks with one click
ProConverts Spotify music to MP3, AAC, AC3, WMA etc. losslessly
I have used this audiobook converter on my Macbook pro. It works like a charm and help me convert all my iTunes audiobooks and some of audible AA/AAX files to common MP3 flawlessly. It's really cool!
ProSupports the latest Mac OSX and iTunes
ProExcellent output quality, preserves ID3 tags
ProSupports common audio files as output
ProSupport iTunes audiobooks and Audible AA/AAX files
Great tool to convert iTunes purchased or rental movies! It works flawlessly for me!
ProKeep the original quality nearly 100%
ProSupport almost all common video formats
ProWorks very fast
This tool lets me compare and merge anything I ever needed. And it provides a clean and intuitive user interface. Looking back at the free tools that come with TortoiseSVN or TortoiseGit, I can't understand how anybody would want those.
ProCustomer Service is awesome and easy to work with
ProCan be used to compare image files
ProSupports editing files directly
ProPowerful FTP features
ProIntuitive compare UI
Pro3-way text merge
ProSupports binary comparison, both for checking if files are the same, but also in side-by-side hex-editor mode
ProCan compare remote directories
I have this NAS 3 months ago, and I'm very happy with it. Is very configurable and flexible, having a lot of options. It let me share the content using NFS, not only Samba. I can see the media content in my smartphone DLNA player thru its DLNA server. There are a lot of many other options that I'm...
It work fine, it's very configurable and doen't take too much resources. Very well integrated in KDE.
ProIntegration with KDE
ConLess functions than others